Carsten’s Corner – New Work with Remote Output Queue Command

In many IBM i shops, remote output queues offer a simple yet effective mechanism to access printers and printing facilities on other servers or i systems in a TCP/IP network. A remote output queue is simply an extended output queue description allowing you to specify a number of configuration parameters defining the location and type of the printer being connected to.

For example, it’s quite simple to create a remote output queue accomplishing the move of spooled files from one system to another, if the two machines are connected on your TCP/IP network.

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