Re: Delete a spool by mistake

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Posted by Robert G Laurin on May 26, 2014 at 10:22:13:

In Reply to: Delete a spool by mistake posted by Yves Ste-Marie on May 26, 2014 at 08:41:52:

If it is a legacy spool, then you need the file splJOBS and I00 where 'spl' is the spool name. You mand to rename the file to something else to avoid erasing your current SPLJOBS

The individual jobs are named 12345678.spl where 12345678 is a sequence starting at 00000001 and 'spl' is the spool name.

example 00000012.SPL would be job 12 in spool 'SPL'

If it is the new spooler aka Document Manager (DocMgr), the spool control file is a keyed file names after the spooler. ex SPOOLER1 and I00 would be for a spool called 'SPOOLER1'

In the job's file name you have the spool ID and job # example:

CML (123) [SPOOL1-0000000012].TXT would be spool 'SPOOL1' Job # 12 from program CLM on terminal 123

Hope this helps a bit

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