Changing outqueue of all spool files of a job

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iSeries V6R1
Spool files
Hi, I need to change outqueue of all spool files of a specific job. Is there any command or steps available ?

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iseries version V6R1M0

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Add the statement OVRPRTF *PRTF outq(yourqueue) at the beginning of your program

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  • deepu9321
    If it for a Specific Job, You can change the OUTQ in JOBD. Pradeep.
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  • TomLiotta
    I need to change outqueue of all spool files of a specific job. What do you mean by "specific job"? A "specific job" is only known after it is created. By then, it's too late to change its job description or to issue any overrides. You'll need to run a CHGSPLFA command against each spooled file (perhaps from a program that you write). But if you mean that you have a scheduled job or a job that you know will be submitted, then there are various possibilities. Two of them have been mentioned already. Other possibilities exist. You need to describe the circumstances more fuloly. Tom
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