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I am looking at using either Iseries Report Downloader or SpoolIt to convert spool files into an Excel format. Has anyone used these tools? Is there another tool I should look at using? What I want to accomplish is to take a spool file, strip out the page headers, breaks and pick and choose...
I would like put some string into spool attribute USRDEFOPT for my tailor made program processing indicator. But I not sure any other side effect if this attribute for my own used.
Is it possible to change the options available on the CHGSPLFA command. I would like to have more restrictions on what a user can do with a spooled file after printing it. Currently they can SAVE the file after printing and this includes invoice files, dispatch notes etc. which could possibly be...