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IDMS Printer Destination

Discussion created by ca.portal.admin on Jul 25, 2005
Hi all,

I would like to consult the IDMS Gurus on the above-mentioned
subject.

2. Whenever an user logged into IDMS, the print destination will be
defaulted to a specific destination (eg. 'P100').

3. Each time, I have to dynamically dcuf the print destination to my
department printer (eg. 'P200')'.

4. After each session, the earlier print destination (for this case,
'P200') will be gone; 'P100' (defaulted) will take into effect.

5. How could I amend the default print destination permanently?

6. In Security Administration Manual (Chapter 12.0 Syntax for
securing
global resources; Subtopic 12.3 ALTER USER PROFILE),
it enlightens that one can alter the user profile to change it
prtdest attributes but in my environment, we did not specify any user
profile.
See the following:
12.3.6 Example
alter user profile corp_dev
attributes
dept='5621',
prtdest='wwuav';


7. Looking forward to hear from all of you soon.

8. That's all folks!

9. Thank you.


Regards,
Derrick
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Re: IDMS Printer Destination
"Derrik - the easiest thing to do would be to start using User Profiles - I
can't think of any reasons why you wouldn't want to use them - and lots of
reasons why you would. If you don't want to do that for some reason - then
you could add a user written program into your signon sequence that could
look up your ""default printer destination"" from a user profile kept in Queue
or some other database area - and then use IDMSIN01 to do the SET PRINTER
DESTINATION. But it's far easier to start using User Profiles - below is
another example of a User Profile and it being assigned to a User.

HTH - cheers - Gary

DIS USER PROFILE ""JISDICT-LOCK-PROF"";
*+ Status = 0        SQLSTATE = 00000
*+   CREATE USER PROFILE JISDICT-LOCK-PROF
*+       ATTRIBUTE
*+           DICTNA = ' ' OVERRIDE YES ,
*+           PRTDEST = 'JLAN2' OVERRIDE YES ,  <<<<< Specify whether or not
the attribute can be changed with DCUF >>>>>>
*+           MULTISIGN = 'YES' OVERRIDE NO ,
*+           LOCK = 'YES' OVERRIDE YES
*+       DATE CREATED 1999-07-27-15.54.05.225294 BY JDAGPC
*+       DATE LAST UPDATED 2000-10-17-12.20.13.315152 BY JDAGPC
*+       ;

DIS USER JDAGPC;
*+ Status = 0        SQLSTATE = 00000
*+   CREATE USER ""TESTUSER""

*+       USER IS ACTIVE
*+       NAME 'Test User'
*+       PASSWORD ASSIGNED
*+       PROFILE JISDICT-LOCK-PROF    <<<<<<<<<<< how to assign the User
Profile >>>>>>>>
*+       DATE CREATED 1996-04-15-19.14.00.964417 BY JDADEW
*+       DATE LAST UPDATED 2000-03-28-08.10.23.057870 BY PASSWORD-CHNG-USER
*+       WITHIN GROUP DBA
*+       WITHIN GROUP DEV
*+       WITHIN GROUP CULP_USERDB_ACCESS
*+       WITHIN GROUP DEFAULT
*+       HOLDS SIGNON PRIVILEGES ON SYSTEM SYST0015
*+       ;

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