$S PRT(nnnnn) and $S R(nnnnn).PR(m) - Start a printer
To start printer activity. The $HASP190 message asks whether the requested setup has been completed for the specified device. Either verify that the setup is complete or issue the $T PRTnnnnn command to override specific setup specifications. Then reissue the $S command to physically start the printer.
- For PRT, the identifier of the local printer (1-32767) to start printing on. For R, the identifier of the remote workstation (1-32767) that is attached to printer m (1-7).
- The identifier of the printer (1-7) that is attached to the remote workstation Rnnnnn (1-32767).
This command requires device authority. The description of the $T RDRnn command explains how to ensure that the authority of the appropriate MVS™ system command group is assigned.
This command requires update security access authority. For a description of assigning command input authority, see z/OS JES2 Initialization and Tuning Guide.
Single member. This command will be in effect for this member only. There is no need to have this command issued to all members of the MAS.
The $HASP000 message indicates the command was accepted.
If work is found, JES2 issues the $HASP150 message indicating that the specified device is starting to process output.
If no work is found, JES2 issues the $HASP160 message indicating that the specified device found no work in the queue(s).
The $HASP626 message indicates that the unit device has not been specified or is invalid.
The $HASP627 message indicates that the unit device has been specified, but is unavailable.
1 $s prt1, r2.pr3 $HASP000 OK
JES2 starts local printer 1 and printer 3 at remote workstation 2.