OUTQ: Move PF file to SPLF or printer

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How can I move a PF file to SPLF or to printer?

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You can use RUNQRY command for writing the PF to Printer.
You will need to select Report Output type as <b>*Printer</b>
<pre>Report output type . . . . . . . > *PRINTER *RUNOPT, *DISPLAY… </pre>

Pradeep.

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  • TomLiotta
    Pradeep's answer is the only reasonable one that seems possible. That is, you cannot "move a pf file to splf or to printer". A PF cannot exist on an *OUTQ nor as a printer file. You can, however, use any available query tool that can copy the data in a PF to a spooled file. The RUNQRY command might be the easiest one. Tom
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  • philpl1jb
    The CPYF from physical file to QSYSPRT might work for trival files.
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  • TomLiotta
    ...CPYF from physical file to QSYSPRT... I assume the means "to *PRINT", just to make sure the OP is clear. That's not a bad choice either. Tom
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