Max output record length
- Default value
- Parameter type
- Where set
- On user's parameter line; reset by any user
- Related products
- Model 204 V2.1 or earlier
The maximum output line length
The OUTMRL maximum, which depends on the device, is 32767. The minimum value is 1. If you set OUTMRL to 0, Model 204 resets it to 1.
Set OUTMRL at least as large as INMRL, otherwise the echoing of an input line on the terminal might be truncated.
For most devices, Model 204 overrides the initial setting or the default value of OUTMRL and uses the OUTMRL value set by the Model 204 MODEL parameter value. If MODEL is reset to accommodate an alternative screen size within the 3270 terminal family, the value of OUTMRL changes accordingly.
You can specify OUTMRL for the following devices only:
|IODEV||Access Method/Device Type|
|7||SNA Communications Server 3270|
|11||Remote User Language thread (full screen)|
|29||Remote User Language thread (line-at-a-time)|
|37||SNA Communications Server 3767 and NTO (z/OS)|
Note: The IODEV=37 setting is no longer supported as of Model 204 version 7.6.
|39||IUCV User Language thread (line-at-a-time)|
|45||CMS (line-at-a-time) console|