Chapter 3 - SPLTOOL Display Function Keys

The following figure shows the SPLTOOL display and the function keys that are available.

Your display may or may not have all the function keys shown here. The Spooled File Tools Configuration (SPLTOOLCFG) command can be used by your system administrator to limit the function keys for each user.

  2/26/00                 Spooled File Tools (SPLTOOL)
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Queue . . . . . . PRT01 User Name . . . . . . *CURRENT
Library . . . . *LIBL User Data . . . . . . *ALL
Form Type . . . . . . *ALL
Type options, press Enter.
1=Print Range 2=Copy to PC folder 3=Hold 4=Delete 5=Display
6=Release 7=Copy to file 8=Copy to Stream File 9=FTP Spooled File

Total Device or
Opt File User Pages Queue User Data Form Type Status
__ QPDZDTALOG BSTONE 1 PRT01 *STD *READY
__ INVRPTPT BSTONE 13 PRT01 *STD *READY
__ INVRPT2PT BSTONE 2 PRT01 *STD *READY
__ QPDZDTALOG BSTONE 1 PRT01 *STD *READY
__ SAMPLEPT BSTONE 1 PRT01 *STD *READY



Bottom
F3=Exit F5=Refresh F6=WRKSPLF F7=WRKOUTQ F9=FTP Status F10=Subset
F11=View F16=User Options F17=Top F18=Bottom F23=Change Defaults


  • F3=Exit - Exit the SPLTOOL program.
  • F5=Refresh - Refresh the SPLTOOL display
  • F6=WRKSPLF - Issue the Work with Spooled Files (WRKSPLF) command using the current user.
  • F7=WRKOUTQ - Issue the Work with Output Queue (WRKOUTQ) command using the current output queue.
  • F9=FTP Status - View the FTP status of the last interactive FTP option.
  • F10=Subset - Change the subsettingn parameters of the view. This option includes a date range and all of the other criteria currently on the screen.
  • F11=View - Change the view of SPLTOOL. This will replace the form type and and status columns with creation date and creation time.
  • F16=User Options - Work with your user options. For more on user options, see Chapter 8.
  • F17=Top - Position the display to the top of the list of spooled files.
  • F18=Bottom - Position the display to the bottom of the list of spooled file.
  • F23=Change Defaults - Change user specific defaults for the SPLTOOL operations. The defaults only affect operations performed while using the SPLTOOL display. For more on SPLTOOL defaults, see Chapter 9.
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