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restricting spool request creation in background job

Hi All,

We want to restrict spool request creation in background job (step 1) with standard program.

Our work around : (Still issue persists)

1) Removed output device under printer specification of job step definition. But issue persists

2) Set to LOCL under printer specification of job step. But issue persists

3) Under Spool request Attributes, we tried some changes ...but no luck 😔

Please suggest proper way to achieve it.



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    Posted on Dec 14, 2010 at 10:34 AM

    What exactly do you want to restrict as your question is not clear?

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    • Former Member

      Hi all,

      A standard program display's output in ALV, but im calling this standard program from a Z program inside a loop and get the standard program output and append it to the final internal table and display the final itab data in alv. But when im executing the z program in background mode, the number of times z program will call the standard program, a spool request is created for std program ALV. I want to restrict this spool request created in background for std program alv. As in the production many spool requests are being created.

      Please suggest a solution which will solve my problem.

      Thank you



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