Spooled files management includes tasks such as holding a spooled file, releasing a spooled file, and moving a spooled file. For the spool files for your current session use WRKJOB option 4. You can find spool files created by different users using the WRKSPLF. AS/ Spool Files Physical files don’t convert to spooled files. The RUNQRY command can print records from a physical file with very little.
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Valid values for mm and ss range from 00 through The number of jobs on the system and the number of spooled files known to the system increase the amount of time needed to perform IPL and internal searches, and increase the amount of temporary storage required.
Number Specify the system-assigned job number. Select jobs generic-name Spooled files created by jobs with the generic name specified are to be included. Qualified job name Optional Qualifier 1: Specifies the auxiliary storage pool device from which spooled files are to be selected.
Positional values can be specified to select the files: If this file does not exist at the time of the copy, the copy fkle fail. If this member does not exist, a member is created and the copy continues.
The time is specified in hour format and can be specified with or without a time separator: Sooled time One of the following is used to specify the ending time before which the spooled files were created. Graphics data is lost.
Work with Spooled Files (WRKSPLF)
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. Holding a spooled file To temporarily prevent the spooled file printer output that you selected from printing, use either of these methods.
Changing attributes of a spooled file To change a spooled file’s printer output’s attributes, use either of these methods. Spooled files management includes tasks such as holding a spooled file, releasing a spooled file, and moving a spooled file. Moving a spooled file To move the spooled file printer output from one output queue to another output queue, use either of these methods.
Job name JOB Specifies the name of the job or jobs that created the spooled files to be selected. This is the creation date and time of the spooled files. To data base file name Specify the file name of the physical file to receive the copy.
The asterisk substitutes for any valid characters. Each assigned channel must have a corresponding line number to provide the correct positioning on a report. If the output is displayed, it is sent to the work station that entered the command.
Copy Spooled File (CPYSPLF)
All other values result in this system’s terminology being spoole. Line 3 assigned to channel 1 Line 15 assigned to channel 4. Beginning date One of the following is used to specify the starting date on which or after which the spooled files were created. Ending date One of the following is used to specify the ending date before which or on which the spooled files were created.
Work with Spooled Files (WRKSPLF)
The assigned channel values as specified on the command are as follows:. 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. CPF Duplicate job names found. CPF Necessary resource not available.
Managing spooled files
This option may be useful for microfiche production. Print lines that are all blank are not copied.
Controlling the number of spooled files The number of spooled files on your system should be limited. When a job is completed, spooled files and internal job control information are kept until the spooled files are printed or canceled.