Jan 3, how can I set up the system to delete old splfs? I am new to a company who is manually deleting old splf because they are ‘maxing out the. Software/Hardware used: As Asked: September 10, AM Last updated: October 25, PM. Related Questions. Spool · FILES. Mar 8, CRTPF FILE(NAME/SPLF) RCDLEN(). where: NAME can be your personal library. Record length (RCDLEN) is to allow enough room.
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Get the file from splt iSeries: October 14th, Specifies the name of the spooled file that is to be released so that it can now be written to an output device such as a printer or diskette. This parameter is considered after the job name, user name, job number, spooled file name, spooled file number, and job system name parameter requirements have been met.
The next screen contains the attributes. If not, I can give you some suggestions. Spooled file FILE Specifies the name of the spooled file that is to be released so that it can now be written to an output device such as a printer or diskette. Positional values can be specified to select the files: The QShell catsplf utility works for me for most spooled files.
The file can now be selected for processing by the spooling writer. User name Specify the user name that identifies the user profile under which the job is run. Document information More support for: Use this value when the spooled file create date and time parameter is to take precedence over the job system name when selecting a spooled file. You will see a screen that looks like the following: A user-created output queue is any output queue that is not automatically created by a device.
If you are v6r1 you can try this: Job name JOB Specifies the job that created the spooled file being released for additional processing.
Only files on the device created output queue for that device are selected. Specifies which group of files should be selected to be released.
Contact and feedback Need support? March 7th, Do not press Enter. This is a required parameter. You must remember what your physical file name is. Today’s Posts Member List Calendar. Only files created by that user name are selected.
Element list Optional Element 1: Job name name Specify the name of the job that created the file you want to release. After they have been spooled You will be prompted for your iSeries user ID and password. None of the above, continue with my search.
At the command prompt command line, enter C: Number Specify the system-assigned job number of the job ssplf created the spooled file to be released. Change to that directory: Create a directory to FTP your file to: User Name Qualifier 3: FTP to the iSeries: CPF Duplicate job names found.
Any input would be appreciated. Open a command prompt from your PC. Login or Sign Up. Check here to start a new keyword search. The file being released is always produced from the beginning of the file.
Often times the customer does not have Navigator installed, so it makes as400 difficult to get a spooled file to the PC to e-mail or send to our FTP servers. This parameter is considered after the job name, user name, job number, spooled file xplf, and spooled file number parameter requirements have been met.
The job was run under the user profile named SMITH and was assigned the job number by the system. End your FTP session: Originally posted by tomliotta View Post. The problem with quotes on the internet is that it is hard to verify their authenticity