Physical file

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AS/400
Physical File
While compiling physical file, it is submitted to Batch. I don't want to submit to Batch. Please give me a solution.

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ASKED: January 24, 2013  6:37 AM
UPDATED: January 24, 2013  1:57 PM

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  • TomLiotta
    It isn't the compile that submits the job; it's the tool you're using, probably PDM. You have your PDM session attributes to submit compiles to batch, and that's the way they should be done. If you want a PF compile to run interactively, then run the CRTPF command on a command line. If you change the PDM option to run interactively, it will run all compiles that way. -- Tom
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  • chalenger
    in STRPDM, you can use F18 to change Defaults...Hassan  
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