Most likely it was a job submitted to batch that produced a report. You can check his job log using:
Check his active jobs job log for any clues. You may also see jobs that are ended have have reports (spooled files) listed as well.
Now, if the job completed, but didn't print, there are a few things that could have happened:
I feel for you getting thrown into this job and needing to learn on the fly. There are many resources all over the internet that can help, but it's going to be a little slow going at first.
My advice... ask for a raise and training. :)
Thanks for the help! I finally got it figured out. As your your suggestion about a raise and training - well we're "supposed" to be moving away from AS400 "soon". If it doesn't happen within a month though, I might just ask for those things.
Good to hear you got it figured out.
Bad to hear you're moving away from the system. It's quite a nice system. What I'm finding, though, is that companies just aren't putting the time into learning it and providing a system operator anymore and that can cause frustration. They expect the programmers to wear too many hats.
Anyhow, glad to hear from you.