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SpoolOrganizer/400
User Manual

SpoolOrganizer

 

Spool Organizer

Adobe PDF

Cover

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Table of Contents

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Section I: Administration

 

Chapter 1 Introduction

Spool Processing Features 1-1
Archiving Features 1-3
Report Distribution (Bundling) Features 1-5
Indexing Features 1-6
Monitoring an Outq 1-8
Processing Options Performed by the Monitor 1-9
Selecting Spool Entries to Display 1-10
Displaying a Spool Entry 1-11
Archiving the Online Database to Tape or Optical 1-13
Displaying Archived Spool Entries from Tape or Optical 1-13
Restore Spool Entries from Tape 1-14
Creating a Microfiche Tape 1-14
Global Search for Text Strings 1-14
Security 1-15
Bundling Output 1-15
Partial Print Bundle Entries 1-17
Bundle Scheduling Features 1-18
Bundle Day of Week Feature 1-19
Bundle Active Class Feature 1-19
Displaying Active Bundles 1-19
SpoolOrganizer Logging Feature 1-20
E-Mail Features 1-21
E-Mail Specification Features 1-22
E-Mail Sent Mail Log 1-23
Move Spool Entries to IFS Directory 1-24
Web Browser Access 1-24
Spool PDF Overlay/400™ Interface 1-25
IASPs and Multiple Spool Organizer Instances 1-25

Acknowledgements 1-25

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Chapter 2 Installation

Prerequisites 2-1
Installation 2-1
Planning Guide 2-3

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Chapter 3 Administration

Define System 3-2
Control System Execution 3-4
Monitor Selections 3-5
Archive Selections 3-6
Display Archive Media Selections 3-6
Report Distribution (Bundling) Selections 3-7
Indexing Selections 3-7
Purge Selections 3-8
Restore Archive Media Selections 3-9
Miscellaneous Selections 3-9
E-Mail Selections 3-10
End User Functions 3-10

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Section II: Define System

 

Chapter 4 Define Users

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Chapter 5 Define Monitors

Default Processing Options 5-4
Damaged Data Queues 5-7

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Chapter 6 Define Selection Criteria

Selection Criteria 6-2
Processing Options 6-2
Testing Selection Specifications 6-5

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Chapter 7 Define Outq Distribution Table

Attribute Changes 7-2 

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Chapter 8 Define Archive or Purge Criteria

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Chapter 9 Define Tailoring Options

System Statistics 9-1
Database File Sizes 9-2
Passwords 9-2
Output Options 9-2
Specify Logging Options 9-3
Logging Monitor Operations 9-4
Logging Bundle Manager Operations 9-6
Logging Index Manager Operations 9-7
Logging Archive and Purge Operations 9-8
Set Database/Catalog Logical Views 9-9
E-Mail Options 9-10
Access the BDS Software Server 9-13

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Chapter 10 Define Banner Page Specifications

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Chapter 11 Define Attribute Change Specifications

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Chapter 12 Define Heading Specifications

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Chapter 13 Define Bundle Specifications

Defining Bundle Entries 13-6
Partial Print Bundle Entries 13-11

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Chapter 14 Define Index Specifications

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Section III: Control System Execution

 

Chapter 15 Monitor Selections

Starting a Monitor 15-1
Stopping a Monitor 15-1
Displaying Monitor Status 15-2

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Chapter 16 Archive Outq to Tape or Optical

Archive Outq to Tape 16-1
Archive Outq to Optical Disk 16-6
User Exit Program 16-11

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Chapter 17 Archive Online Database to Tape or Optical

Archive Online Database to Tape 17-1
Archive Online Database to Optical Disk 17-5
Write ARCFILE to Tape 17-9
Write ARCFILE to Optical Disk 17-11

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Chapter 18 Display and Restore Media Selections

Display Tape or ARCFILE Entries 18-1
Display Optical Disk Entries 18-3
Spool Entries List Display 18-5
Restore an Outq 18-7
Restore to the Online Database 18-10

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Chapter 19 Purge Selections

Purge Online Database 19-1
Purge Optical Catalog 19-1
Purge Archive Catalog 19-2
Purge SpoolOrganizer Log 19-3

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Chapter 20 Control the Bundle Manager

Starting the Bundle Manager 20-1
Ending the Bundle Manager 20-1
Apply Bundle Descriptions to Production 20-2
Display Production Specifications 20-2
Setting Active Classes 20-2

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Chapter 21 Control the Index Manager

Starting the Index Manager 21-1
Ending the Index Manager 21-1
Apply Index Specifications to Production 21-2
Display Production Specifications 21-2

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Chapter 22 Creating a Microfiche Tape

User Exit Programs 22-2

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Chapter 23 Verify Online Database

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Section IV: User's Guide

 

Chapter 24 Display Online Spool Entries

Selecting Spool Entries 24-5
Web Browser Access 24-7

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Chapter 25 Searching Spool Entries for Text

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Chapter 26 Print Spool Entries

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Chapter 27 Work with Active Bundles

Web Browser Access 27-5

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Chapter 28 Display Index Entries

Selecting Index Entries 28-5

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Chapter 29 Display a Spool Entry

Moving Through the Spool Entry 29-1
Searching for Text 29-1
Splitting the Screen 29-1
Printing Part of a Spool Entry 29-3
Sending Part of a Spool Entry via E-mail 29-3

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Chapter 30 Display SpoolOrganizer Log

Querying the SpoolOrganizer Log 30-1
Log File Definitions 30-1
Log Operations and Sup-Operations 30-2
Managing the SpoolOrganizer Log 30-4

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Section V: E-Mail

 

Chapter 31 Define E-Mail Specifications

Logging Parameters 31-5
Attachment File Parameters 31-7
Inline-Unformatted Parameters 31-8

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Chapter 32 Define E-Mail Distribution Table

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Chapter 33 Display/Purge the Sent Mail Log

Displaying Sent Mail 33-1
Purging Sent Mail 33-3

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Chapter 34 Define E-Mail CSV/TSV Specifications

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Chapter 35 E-Mail Spool Entries Command

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Chapter 36 Define HTML Specifications

General Keywords 36-1

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Chapter 37 Define PDF Specifications

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Chapter 38 IFS Directory Commands

Move Spool Entry to IFS Directory 38-1
Move Outq to IFS Directory 38-5

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Chapter 39 Define Encryption Specifications

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Section VI: Appendices

 

Appendix A User Exit Programs

Monitor Exit Programs A-1
Bundle Manager Exit Programs A-4
Archive Exit Program A-5
Banner Page Exit Programs A-5

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Appendix B Tutorial

Example 1: Monitor B-1-1
Example 2: Banner Pages B-2-1
Example 3: Report Distribution (Bundling) B-3-1
Example 4: Indexing B-4-1
Example 5: E-Mail B-5-1
Example 6: Spool PDF Overlay Example B-6-1

 

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Appendix C SpoolOrganizer Commands

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Appendix D Electronic Media Distribution

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Appendix E OS/400 E-Mail Setup

Sending Mail E-1
Preventing Split Messages E-2

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Appendix F Web Browser Considerations

Domain Name/IP Address/Port Number F-1
HTTP Configuration and Server Instance F-2
Validation List F-3
Apache Server Example Configuration F3

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Appendix G Other Functions

Rebuilding Damaged Data Queues G-1
Migrating Archive Tape Considerations G-1
Change Online Entries (CHGSOENT) Command G-2
Online Database Entries Mass Change API G-6
DR/HA (Mirroring) Considerations G-6

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Appendix H Migrating Optical Entries

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Appendix I Tape Library Considerations

With BRMS I-1
Without BRMS I-1

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Appendix J Administrative Files Migration

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Appendix K ASP Considerations

Setup/System Considerations K-1
Operational Considerations K-2
HTTP Server Considerations K-3
Moving Product Libraries to other ASPs K-3
BDS Move Lib Utility K-4
Running Multiple Spool Organizer Instances in an LPAR K-7

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Appendix L Release Compatibility Table

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