Print Output Parameters

Administrators can display the Print Attribute panel and the CA Deliver Reprint Attributes panels. These panels appear with default data from the print attributes of the archived output. You can delete or modify any of the data in these fields.
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Administrators can display the Print Attribute panel and the CA Deliver Reprint Attributes panels. These panels appear with default data from the print attributes of the archived output. You can delete or modify any of the data in these fields.
To display a complete list of print attributes, enter the O input command ( or OUT or OUTPUT) on the Print Attributes panel or the CA Deliver Reprint Attributes panel and press Enter. The Print Output Parameters panel appears.
CA View ALL -------------- Print Output Parameters --------- Row 00001 of 00105 Command ===> Scroll ===> PAGE ID ---> SALESRPT Job ---> SALESRPT Jobid ---> JOB00144 Name Value ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- ADDRESS-1 ADDRESS-2 ADDRESS-3 ADDRESS-4 BUILDING BURST NO CHARS-1 CHARS-2 CHARS-3 CHARS-4 CKPTLINE CKPTPAGE CKPTSEC CLASS 3 COLORMAP COMPACT COMSETUP
The following print attributes can be changed as needed.
  • Scroll through the list using the scroll command
  • Use the LOCATE command to position the cursor at the targeted entry
  • Enter the END command to use these print attributes
  • Enter the CANCEL command to ignore any changes. When you exit the Print Attribute panel or the CA Deliver Reprint Attributes panel, a confirmation of the print request is displayed.
  • ADDRESS-1 to ADDRESS-4
    Deliver address lines for the SYSOUT.
    You can specify one to four deliver address lines containing up to 60 text characters.
  • BUILDING
    Defines the building identification for the SYSOUT.
    You can specify up to 60 text characters for building identification.
  • BURST
    Specifies whether output is to be burst by a 3800 printer.
    Valid values are YES and NO.
  • CHARS-1 to CHARS-4
    Defines the 3800-printer character arrangement table names.
  • CKPTLINE
    Specifies the maximum lines in a logical page.
    A range of 0 to 32767 can be specified.
  • CKPTPAGE
    Defines the number of logical pages before JES checkpoints the data.
    A range of 1 to 32767 can be specified.
  • CKPTSEC
    Defines the number of sections before JES checkpoints the data.
    A range of 1 to 32767 can be specified.
  • CLASS
    Defines the SYSOUT class.
  • COLORMAP
    Defines the color translation resource object.
  • COMPACT
    Defines the compaction table to use to send SYSOUT to an SNA terminal.
  • COMSETUP
    Defines the microfiche setup resource.
  • CONTROL
    Specifies line spacing.
    Valid values are:
    • PROGRAM
      Indicates that each logical record contains a carriage control character.
    • SINGLE
      Indicates that single spacing is to be used.
    • DOUBLE
      Indicates that double spacing is to be used.
    • TRIPLE
      Indicates that triple spacing is to be used.
  • COPIES
    Defines the number of copies.
    Valid values are 1 to 255.
  • COPYG-1 to COPYG-8
    Defines the 3800-printer copy group values.
    Valid values are 1 to 255.
  • DATACK
    Specifies how the printer errors are to be handled.
    Valid values are:
    • BLOCK
      Indicates that errors are not reported.
    • UNBLOCK
      Indicates that errors are reported.
    • BLKCHAR
      Indicates that print errors are blocked.
    • BLKPOS
      Indicates that data errors are blocked.
  • DEPT
    Defines the department identification for the SYSOUT.
    You can specify up to 60 text characters for department identification.
  • DEST
    Defines the printer destination.
    The following values are valid:
    - JES printer
    - External writer
    - CA Spool printers:
        - CMA printer
        -
    subsysid.dest
    - VTAM printer
    - External Printer
    - Printer synonym
    For explanations of each destination type, see Specify a Printer.
  • DPAGELBL
    Specifies whether the security label is to be output.
    Valid values are YES and NO.
  • DUPLEX
    Specifies whether the report is printed on one or both sides of the paper.
    Valid values are:
    • NO
      Prints on one side only.
    • NORMAL
      Rotates the physical page about the Y axis; this permits binding to occur on the long side of the sheet.
    • TUMBLE
      Rotates the physical page about the X axis; this permits binding to occur on the short side of the sheet.
  • FCB
    Defines the name of the forms control image.
  • FLASH
    Defines an optional forms flash overlay name for the 3800 printer.
  • FLASH COUNT
    Defines an optional flash count for the 3800 printer.
    Valid values are 1 to 255.
  • FORM
    Defines the forms name.
  • FORMDEF
    Defines the name of the form definition to be used to print the SYSOUT with the 3800 printing subsystem.
  • FORMLEN
    Defines the length and unit of measurement of the form.
  • FSSDATA
    Defines the Functional Subsystem data.
    You can specify up to 127 characters for functional subsystem data.
  • HOLD
    Specifies whether output is to be placed on a held queue.
    Valid values are YES and NO.
  • INTRAY
    Defines the printer input tray.
    A range of 1 to 255 can be specified.
  • IPDEST
    Defines the TCP/IP routing designation.
    You can specify up to 124 characters of TCP/IP routing information.
  • LINECT
    Defines the number of lines to print per page.
  • MODIFY
    Defines the 3800 copy modification module name.
  • MODIFY TRC
    Defines the 3800 copy modification module table reference character.
    Valid values are 0 to 3.
  • NAME
    Defines the name that is to be printed on output separator pages.
    You can specify up to 60 text characters for the name.
  • NOTIFY-1 to NOTIFY-4
    Specifies up to four print notification message destinations.
  • OFFSETXB
    Specifies X offset of logical page origin for the back side of the paper.
  • OFFSETXF
    Specifies X offset of logical page origin for the front side of the paper.
  • OFFSETYB
    Specifies Y offset of logical page origin for the back side of the paper.
  • OFFSETYF
    Specifies Y offset of logical page origin for the front side of the paper.
  • OPTCDJ
    Specifies whether the SYSOUT records are to contain table reference characters.
    Valid values are YES and NO.
  • OUTBIN
    Defines the output bin ID.
  • OUTDISP
    A range of 1 to 65535 can be specified.
  • OUTDISPA
    Specifies the normal and abnormal output disposition.
    Valid values are:
    • HOLD
      Indicates that the SYSOUT is not printed until it is released.
    • KEEP
      Indicates that the SYSOUT is printed but not immediately purged.
    • LEAVE
      Indicates that the SYSOUT is not printed until it is released and not immediately purged once it is printed.
    • PURGE
      Indicates that the SYSOUT is deleted and not printed.
    • WRITE
      Indicates that the SYSOUT is printed and purged.
  • OVERLAYB
    Specifies medium overlay for back side of paper.
  • OVERLAYF
    Specifies medium overlay for front side of paper.
  • PAGEDEF
    Defines the name of the page definition to be used to print the SYSOUT with the 3800 printing subsystem.
    Note:
    You cannot use this field if you are printing with the P command.
  • PIMSG
    Specifies whether messages from a functional subsystem should be printed.
    Valid values are YES and NO.
  • PIMSG COUNT
    Specifies the message threshold; this is the point at which the system will cancel printing.
    A range of 1 to 999 can be specified.
  • PORTNO
    Defines the TCP port number where FSS connects to the printer.
    A range of 1 to 65535 can be specified.
  • PRMODE
    Defines the process mode to be used to print the SYSOUT with the 3800 printing subsystem.
  • PRTERROR
    Defines the action to take when there is a print error.
    Valid values are:
    • DEFAULT
      Take a standard action when a terminating error occurs during printing.
    • QUIT
      Release the SYSOUT when a terminating error occurs during printing.
    • HOLD
      Place the SYSOUT in a held status when a terminating error occurs during printing.
  • PRTOPTNS
    Defines the named entity of print options for FSS.
  • PRTQUEUE
    Defines a target print queue for FSS.
    You can specify up to 127 characters for print queue.
  • PRTY
    Assigns a selection priority to the job.
    Valid values are 0 to 255.
  • RESFMT
    Defines the resolution that is used to format the print.
    Valid values are:
    • P240
      Indicates 240 pels per inch resolution.
    • P300
      Indicates 300 pels per inch resolution.
  • RETAINF
    Defines the failed transmission retain time.
    Valid values are hhhh:mm:ss or FOREVER.
  • RETAINS
    Defines the successful transmission retain time.
    Valid values are hhhh:mm:ss or FOREVER.
  • RETRYL
    Defines the maximum number of transmission retries.
  • RETRYT
    Defines the length of time to wait between retries.
  • ROOM
    Defines a room identification.
    You can specify up to 60 text characters for room identification.
  • SYSAREA
    Specifies whether the system should reserve a system area on each page of output.
    Valid values are YES and NO.
  • TITLE
    Defines a title identification.
    You can specify up to 60 text characters for text identification.
  • UCS
    Defines the name of the special character set.
    The valid value is 1.
  • USERDATA1 to USERDATA16
    Defines 1 to 16 user data lines that can contain up to 60 text characters for the SYSOUT.
  • WRITER
    Defines the external writer name.
    This attribute is omitted if an asterisk ("*") is entered in this field.