Tot If this member does not exist, a member is created and the copy continues. Job name name Specify the name of the job that created the spooled file. Channel number refers to a method of determining skipping for reports. Convedt FCFC 1-byte print control character is used and takes advantage of the assigned channel values in formatting the output.
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Specifies the name of the file member that receives the copied records. If this member does not exist, a member is created and the copy continues.
This option may be useful for microfiche production. This value is not allowed for spooled files which exist on primary or secondary auxiliary storage pools.
Channel number refers to a method of determining skipping for reports. Each assigned channel must have a corresponding line number to provide the correct positioning on a report. The assigned line number for channel 1 is line 1. Other values up to 12 repetitions Element 1: Channel channel-number Specify which channels are used to control skipping on a report.
The only valid values for this parameter are 1 through Element 2: Line The line number assigned for the channel number in the same list. The range of valid line numbers is 1 through All directories in the path name must exist. New directories are not created. Note: This parameter is Unicode-enabled. Top Workstation customizing object WSCST Specifies the workstation customizing object to use to transform the spooled file output to final form before writing it to a stream file.
For other types of spooled files, the spooled file data will be copied to the stream file using the Control character CTLCHAR parameter to format the data. Lines will be ended with carriage return and line feed controls to indicate record boundaries.
If the stream file does not exist, a CCSID obtained from the spooled file attributes will be associated with the stream file. Qualifier 1: Workstation customizing object name Specify the name of the customizing object. When a named customizing object is used and the stream file does not exist, the CCSID associated with the stream file will be set to If no current library entry exists in the library list, QGPL is used.
If the stream file does not exist, it is created.
Copy Spooled File (CPYSPLF)