AS400 SPOOLED FILE TO PDF

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You can choose to change, hold, delete, display, or release any or all of the entries that are displayed. Performance Considerations: The amount of time needed to show the list of spooled files depends on the selection criteria used and the number of spooled files in the list.

On a system with a large number of spooled files, it may be necessary to view a selected list of the system's spooled files. Specifies which group of files is selected to be displayed. Positional values can be specified to select the files: the user that created the file, the device that the file is queued for, the form type specified, the user data tag associated with the file, the auxiliary storage pool the file is in, or the spooled file name. Only files that meet each of the values are selected.

Specifies the period of time for selecting which spooled files are shown. This is the creation date and time of the spooled files. This parameter contains two element lists of two elements each. One of the following is used to specify the starting time at which or after which the spooled files were created.

Spooled files created before the specified time and date are not shown. One of the following is used to specify the starting date on which or after which the spooled files were created. Spooled files created before the specified date are not shown.

One of the following is used to specify the ending time before which the spooled files were created. One of the following is used to specify the ending date before which or on which the spooled files were created.

Specifies the auxiliary storage pool device from which spooled files are to be selected. Specifies whether the output is displayed at a display station or printed.

If the output is displayed, it is sent to the work station that entered the command. If the command is run interactively, the output will be displayed but not printed. If the command is run in batch, an error message will be sent and no output will be produced. Specifies the format and terminology to be used on the displays that result from running this command. Spooled files which exist on primary or secondary auxiliary storage pools will not be shown when using the Operational Assistant user interface.

This command displays the Work with Spooled Files panel, showing a list of all of the spooled files on the system. The information goes to the display by default. This command allows you to work with all of the spooled files on the system that have a create date and time between AM and PM on January 12, The asterisk substitutes for any valid characters. If an asterisk is not specified with the name, the system assumes that the name is a complete user name.

Only files created by that user name are selected. A user-created output queue is any output queue that is not automatically created by a device. Only files on the device-created output queue for that device are selected. Unless it already exists, it will automatically be created by the system when the device is created. A device-created output queue cannot be deleted. If an asterisk is not specified with the name, the system assumes that the name is a complete spooled file name.

Job name JOB Specifies the name of the job or jobs that created the spooled files to be selected. Qualifier 1: Select jobs generic-name Spooled files created by jobs with the generic name specified are to be included. A generic job name specifies all jobs with job names that begin with the generic prefix.

Element 1: Start time and date Element 1: Beginning time One of the following is used to specify the starting time at which or after which the spooled files were created. Hours, minutes, and seconds must each be exactly 2 digits. Use leading zeros if necessary. Valid values for hh range from 00 through Valid values for mm and ss range from 00 through With a time separator, specify a string of 5 or 8 characters where the time separator specified for your job is used to separate the hours, minutes, and seconds.

If you enter this command from the command line, the string must be enclosed in apostrophes. If a time separator other than the separator specified for your job is used, this command will fail. Element 2: Beginning date One of the following is used to specify the starting date on which or after which the spooled files were created. Element 2: End time and date Element 1: Ending time One of the following is used to specify the ending time before which the spooled files were created.

Element 2: Ending date One of the following is used to specify the ending date before which or on which the spooled files were created. If no ASP group is associated with the thread, an error will be issued.

Files which are found in the specified primary or secondary ASP are selected. All other values result in this system's terminology being used. CPF1E99 Unexpected error occurred. CPF Necessary resource not available. CPF7D41 Error occurred while logging order assistance request. CPF7D42 Error occurred while performing database operation.

CPF Error occurred while processing. Parameters Examples Error messages.

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Managing spooled files

The spooling function places spooled files also known as printer output in an output queue. This allows you to manage your printing operations more effectively. Spooled files and output queues The spooling function places spooled files also known as printer output in an output queue. Spooling overview Spooling functions are performed by the system without requiring any special operations by the program that creates the output. When a program opens a printer file, the operating system determines if the output is to be spooled by looking at the printer file SPOOL parameter. Spooled file Spooling is a system function that saves data in a database file for later processing or printing. This data, which is saved and eventually printed, is called a spooled file or printer output file.

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Exporting a spooled file to your PC

Spooled files management includes tasks such as holding a spooled file, releasing a spooled file, and moving a spooled file. Managing spooled files Spooled files management includes tasks such as holding a spooled file, releasing a spooled file, and moving a spooled file. Displaying a list of spooled files To display a list of spooled files printer output , use either of these methods. Displaying the contents of a spooled file To display the contents of a spooled file printer output , use either of these methods. Displaying messages associated with a spooled file To display messages associated with a spooled file printer output , use either of these methods.

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Work with Spooled Files (WRKSPLF)

So what do you call yours? The machine itself has retained its core, single-level storage architecture which is underlined by the fact that, providing observable information is available, code written in the early days still functions today. Irrespective of what yours is called and what code you run on it, I would hazard a guess that at some stage spool files or to give them their correct grammatical name spooled files have caused you a headache in that the way they appear to multiply seemingly without any rhyme or reason. Where on earth did they all come from, are they still required and more importantly can I delete them?

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Spooled files and output queues

You can choose to change, hold, delete, display, or release any or all of the entries that are displayed. Performance Considerations: The amount of time needed to show the list of spooled files depends on the selection criteria used and the number of spooled files in the list. On a system with a large number of spooled files, it may be necessary to view a selected list of the system's spooled files. Specifies which group of files is selected to be displayed. Positional values can be specified to select the files: the user that created the file, the device that the file is queued for, the form type specified, the user data tag associated with the file, the auxiliary storage pool the file is in, or the spooled file name. Only files that meet each of the values are selected.

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