Use the Copy Spooled File (CPYSPLF) command. Use the TOFILE(*TOSTMF) parameter to indicate that you want to copy the spooled file to a stream file. OSP-CLPRV-CMPL-MSGCPD CPYSPLF COMMAND IN QSYSV7R1M0 LIBRARY ON OS R AND R SYSTEMS DOES NOT. The Copy to Tape (CPYTOTAP), and the Copy from Tape (CPYFRMTAP) commands access remote VSAM data sets defined to a CICS system.
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The spooled file can optionally be converted using a workstation customizing object. This allows the spooled file to be converted to other formats.
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Copy Spooled File (CPYSPLF)
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. Specifically, the carriage return is a hexadecimal x’0D’ and a line feed is a x’25’. If the stream file does not exist, a CCSID obtained from the spooled file attributes will be associated with the stream file.
Workstation customizing object name 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 cpyspplf will be set to If no current library entry exists in the library list, QGPL is used. Stream file option STMFOPT Specifies whether the copy operation replaces or fails to copy the records to the stream file if a stream file with the specified name already exists.
If the stream file does not exist, it is created. Document information More support for: IBM i Print Software version: Contact and feedback Need support?