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SNDNETSPLF
Is there any way to change prt01 outq, when you use this command. In my system files I sent automatically go to PRT01.I want it to go to QPRINT. Thnak you.

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The destination outq is determined by the user profile. Update the OUTQ parm in the user profile to QPRINT or in the jobd where the output queue is specified.

Where OUTQ goes to was determined in JOBD on which spool file created, or in USRPRF who create the spool file.
If you can’t change those two, there is a tricky methode to move the spool file from an OUTQ to another. Change the outq (OUTQ1) and fill in RMTSYS to localhost server and the OUTQ destination (OUTQ2). When a spool file comes to OUTQ1 it will delivered to OUTQ2.

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  • Larisagas
    Thanks!
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  • TomLiotta
    Alternatively, use SNDTCPSPLF instead. It can send to a target *OUTQ. Tom
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  • Abigail
    In addition to modifying the profiles/jobd's, you may also want to check your system value for your default printer - WRKSYSVAL QPRTDEV.
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