The CA Spool Customization Guide documents TCPDRIV=DUMMY.
What is the purpose of defining a destination NODE with TCPDRIV=DUMMY?
What should the NODE definition look like for such a NODE?
The print driver DUMMY is designed to purge from CA Spool any file you queue to it.
A sample definition for a destination with TCPDRIV=DUMMY follows:
DEFNODE EDUMMY,DUMMY-E,PURGE=YES,ACQUIRE=WORK,RELEASE=NOWORK, TCPDRIV=DUMMY,TCPHOST=DUMMY,GROUP=1,SEP=0 NODE DUMMY,EDUMMY,CLASS=A
Such a definition can be used to automatically purge reports that reached the OUTLIM value; this is done in conjunction with setting the ESFPARM file with XEQOPT=1 and adding a USERPARM keyword on the DEFNODE/NODE regular destinations.
When XEQOPT=1 is also specified, USERPARM=DUMMY/STD/6/A makes a report which exceeded the OUTLIM to be redirected to destination DUMMY, with FORM=STD, FCB=6, CLASS=A.