Printing from AS400 A4/Portrait/132 car

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WHat do we have to do ( WSCT ) in order to be able to print in PORTRAIT a spoolfile that has 132 caracters on an A4 document

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OVRPRTF FILE(yourfile) PAGRTT(0) SECURE(*YES)

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  • DanTheDane
    Changing the QPSUPRTF printerfile will do the trick. To avoid a 'direct' update of the printerfile you can use one of these two solutions: A. Use the OVRPRTF command in your own cl-pgm (see parameters below). or B: 1. Create your own library fx 'companysys' 2. Make a copy of the QPSUPRTF printerfile (which resides in the QSYS library) into your own library 'companysys' 3. Modify your own copy of the printerfile thus: CHGPRTF FILE(companysys/QPSUPRTF) DEVTYPE(*IPDS) PAGESIZE(92 132 *ROWCOL) LPI(8) CPI(16.7) OVRFLW(86) TEXT('SEU-print') FIDELITY(*CONTENT) DRAWER(00001) PAGRTT(*AUTO) MULTIUP(1) REDUCE(*TEXT) UOM(*INCH) 4. Put library 'companysys' into system parameter QSYSLIBL as first library (before QSYS). Talk to your system security officer to have this done. This method can be used for other commands, thus avoiding changes to the IBM-delivered settings.
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  • TomLiotta
    Do not change QPSUPRTF. Actually, it's probably a bad idea to change any printer files that are supplied by IBM; and I don't know why QPSUPRTF was even mentioned for this question. Just create your own *PRTFs or duplicate IBM's. Then make changes to your versions. Tom
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