*SPLF. Spooled File URL-paths are followed by information that uniquely identifies the spooled file that is requested. This includes all or some of the following: Job Name, User Profile, Job Number, and Spooled File Name.
In addition, the Spooled File Name can have a valid content type as an extension. If it does, the content type extension is not considered part of the Spooled File Name. A valid content type will be used to set the content type of the result of the request.
Spooled Files can contain HTML markup. If these files have hyperlinks to
other documents, the references can still be relative to the current URL.
For example, assume that
/SPLF/ is setup as a spooled file
alias and the URL-path
/splf/job/george/123456/report has a
../654321/report2. If the first URL-path is
requested and the user selects the hyperlink that it contains, the browser