List All OUTQs

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iSeries AS/400
OUTQ management
How do I list all of the OUTQs from all the libraries on the iSeries? We are at V7R1 and I tried the WRKOUTQ *ALL/*ALL only to receive an error that I can not ask for *all libraries & *all OUTQs at the same time.

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Iseries OS V7R1
ASKED: September 17, 2013  6:38 PM
UPDATED: September 17, 2013  10:53 PM

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DSPOBJD OBJ(*ALL/*ALL) OBJTYPE(*OUTQ)

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  • CharlieBrowne

    If you do WRKOUTQ and press ENTER, you will get a list of all output queues on the system. That is the default.

    To verify, do WRKOUTQ, press F4.then press F1

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  • TomLiotta

    The WRKOUTQ command does not accept *ALL for both OutQ and Library names. AFAIK, it never has. The correct form is simply:

    WRKOUTQ *ALL

    The *ALL value for OutQ name is a 'special value'. It's a value known to the *CMD object, and it's defined in the {help} text as "*ALL provides a list of all output queues in every library on the system."

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