How to control where QPJOBLOG print file goes

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Recently, we have had several jobs-joblogs begin going to various outqs they have never gone to. They had always gone to outq joblogs. We have been slowly deleting old wrkstation devices, now in TCPIP the workstation names are not needed. One of the jobs where it was sent wrong has a JOBD setup for prtdev(*USRPRF). I am not sure if this is what is controlling where the joblogs go, but I believe it is one of hte parameters in the jobdescription. Could someone please help in where and how I might fix our joblog problem.

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Look at the printer file QPJOBLOG. The OUTQ parameter may have been changed. Sometimes that happens when a new release is installed.

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First, see this document on <a href=”http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=nas1527bb8e9027222da862573640046ef4d”>Job Logs, Job Dumps, and Service Dumps No Longer in QEZJOBLOG or QEZDEBUG Output Queue after Operating System Installation or Upgrade</a> for a general discussion.

But note that actions such as setting/enabling/disabling system cleanup options may also affect system printer file routing. See the GO CLEANUP command to review current settings.

Tom

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