How to see the records of a PF which are updated in batch job

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AS/400
Batch file
QTEMP
RPGLE Program
In a batch job, a PF will be created in QTEMP library, and the values are inserted into that PF by an RPGLE program. My doubt is...is there any way to see the contents of that file while the batch job is running?

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V5R4
ASKED: July 9, 2013  10:56 AM
UPDATED: July 9, 2013  11:17 AM

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  • TomLiotta
    At V5R4? No, there is no good way unless the batch job shows you what's in the file. It could execute a RUNQRY for example to generate a printout. . Tom
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  • aceofdelts
    Similar to Tom's idea, you could change your batch program to do a CPYF from the QTEMP file to another library. Using *Replace, you could even to this multiple times within the jobstream to allow you to monitor progress.
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