TAA Tools

The Print  ASP libraries command  prints all of  the libraries by  ASP.
One line per library is printed.  A single ASP can be printed.

A typical command would be:


This would list the libraries in alphabetic sequence by ASP.

You must have or adopt *ALLOBJ authority to use PRTASPLIB.

Prior to  V1R3, certain objects (SAVF, JRN,  JRNRCV) could be specified
to  be  in an  ASP by  use of  the  ASP parameter  when the  object was
created.  As  of V1R3, most  objects including a library  can be in  an
ASP.   If  the old  style ASP  was used,  it is  possible  that certain
objects  exist in the  ASP, but no  library objects exist.   If this is
the case,  you will  need  to check  further to  determine all  of  the
objects in an ASP.  See the TAA tool CHKASPOBJ.

Command parameters                                    *CMD

   ASP           The ASP  number to  be printed.   *ALL is  the default
                 to print  by ASP.  If a number  is entered, it must be
                 between 1 and 32.   *ASPDEV may be entered to  specify
                 the device in the ASPDEV parameter.

   ASPDEV        The ASP device  to be printed.   The default  value is
                 blanks  which  must  be  used unless  ASP(*ASPDEV)  is

   PRTFILE       The  qualified name of  the printer file  to use.  The
                 default is  QPRINT in  *LIBL.  The  spooled file  name
                 will always be ASPLIBS.




The following TAA Tools must exist on your system:

     CHKALLOBJ    Check all object authority
     SNDCOMPMSG   Send completion message
     SNDESCMSG    Send escape message


None, the tool is ready to use.

Objects used by the tool

   Object        Type        Attribute      Src member    Src file
   ------        ----        ---------      ----------    ----------

   PRTASPLIB     *CMD                       TAALIBH       QATTCMD
   TAALIBHC      *PGM           CLP         TAALIBHC      QATTCL
   TAALIBHR      *PGM           RPG         TAALIBHR      QATTRPG

Added to TAA Productivity tools April 1, 1995

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