display contains many options that make copying page ranges and trasferring
spooled easy. The display is designed to be user friendly and easy to
use. If a user is familiar with either the WRKOUTQ or WRKSPLF command
displays, working with SPLTOOL will seem like second nature.
Along with the
basic options found in the WRKOUTQ and WRKSPLF commands, SPLTOOL has
a few more options defined to perform certain tasks. What also makes
SPLTOOL very versitile is the ability to create user defined options
similar to the way you can create them in PDM. More on creating and
using user defined options is discussed in Chapter
may or may not have all the options shown here. The Spooled File Tools
Configuration (SPLTOOLCFG) command can be used by your system administrator
to limit the options for each user.
available are as follows:
Range - Use this option to create a duplicate of the specified
spooled file. With this option you are able to select a range of pages
to duplicate as well as the target output queue. This option has the
option to be performed interactively or in batch.
to Folder - Use this option to copy a spooled file to a folder.
- Hold - Use this option
to change the status of the spooled file to *HOLD.
- Use this option to delete a spooled file. A verification screen will
be shown before the spooled file is deleted.
- Display - Use this
option to display the contents of the spooled file.
- Release - Use this
option to release a held or saved spooled file to be printed.
to PF - Use this option to copy a spooled file to a physical
to Stream File - Use this option to copy a spooled file to a
stream file that will reside in a directory in the Integrated File System
Spooled File - Use this option to send a spooled file
to another machine using the File Transfer Protocol (FTP) method. The
machine that you send the spooled file to must be running an FTP server.
- Use this option to email the spooled file as an attachement. This
option is a seperate download and requires V4R3 or higher of the operating
Adding the character "S" following the option will allow the user to select lines from each page that will be omitted from the final document created.