Copy spool file partially

20 pts.
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AS/400
CPYSPLF
Spool files copy
Hi,

I want to copy only the last 10 lines of a spool file. Can Anyone tell me how I can do it?

 



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Here’s a start on one way of doing it:<pre>
DLTF FILE(QTEMP/SPOOLFILE)
MONMSG CPF0000
DLTF FILE(QTEMP/LAST10RCD)
MONMSG CPF0000

CRTPF FILE(QTEMP/SPOOLFILE) RCDLEN(132)

CPYSPLF FILE(&FILE) TOFILE(QTEMP/SPOOLFILE) +
JOB(&NBR/&USR/&JOB) SPLNBR(&NUM) MBROPT(*ADD)

RTVMBRD FILE(QTEMP/SPOOLFILE) NBRCURRCD(&NbrRecords)

CHGVAR &StartRRN ( &NbrRecords – 9 )

CPYF FROMFILE(QTEMP/SPOOLFILE) +
TOFILE(QTEMP/LAST10RCD) FROMMBR(*FIRST) +
TOMBR(*FROMMBR) MBROPT(*REPLACE) +
CRTFILE(*YES) FROMRCD( &StartRRN )</pre>

I wouldn’t do it that way, but I suspect that it’s pretty close to the best way for you. The QTEMP/LAST10RCD file will have the last 10 spooled records.

If the spooled file is not compatible with CPYSPLF, you’ll have to do it the ‘right’ way. Much more complex, but much more flexible.

Tom

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  • TomLiotta
    "Copy" to where? Tom
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  • MathewGeorge
    Thanks for the solution. I am writing to flat PF.
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