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Use outq in user profile in OVRPRTF command

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How do you specify the outq in a user profile when using the OVRPRTF command? I want the outq in the user profile to be used.
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Real simple use the command RTVUSRPRF

example: RTVUSRPF USRPRD(*CURRENT) OUTQ(&OUTQ)
Where &OUTQ is a *CHAR 10 position field.
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