Hi all and thanx for all of your suggestions.
Sorry for being unclear in my problem description.
Let me just explain a few important issues that regards this case.
The user is *not* an i5 user.
All the user does is select a template (.rtf) and selects a dataset to
be merged into the template. The template is .rtf for the users to
easily edit it using their "favourite" word processor.
The process of merging the data with the template is all batch
(/mail-merge/), and may result in hundreds of different documents (so
displaying them all is not an option).
The resulting documents are to be printed on a predefined or selected
network printer. If it helps that this printer is defined on the i5, so
Reid, Deon wrote:
I use I text to read the PDF file into a browser and launch the print to the user's default network printer.
Itext has a sample of this in their documentation.
If this is being done from the as400. Use Client access to launch a PC Start
that launches a URL. This cannot be done on a dumb terminal (please don't tell
me you are still using them).
From: java400-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:java400-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On
Behalf Of Rune Kaus
Sent: Thursday, May 04, 2006 10:10 AM
To: Java Programming on and around the iSeries / AS400
Subject: Re: Printing from java
Thank you for your reply.
In my case, displaying anything is not an option. I need complete the
process including the print without user intervention.
What is that IBM product?
Ashish Kulkarni wrote:
If you are running the process on AS400, there is a
IBM product to do it, other then that i was not able
to tackle the issue, so just gave a web page to
display the PDF file from IFS on AS400
--- Rune Kaus <rune@xxxxxxx> wrote:
I'm sure some of you have had this challenge before
and solved it, so
I'm bravely asking.
Printing (rtf's and pdf's) from a java
web-application running under WAS
5.1 on an i5.
The story is that I'm generating an rtf or a pdf
document based on some
user activity on the web. This document is processed
in batch (the user
will not see it until it is printed) and should be
printed on a
predefined (for the user) network (not i5) printer.
Any hints or suggestions.
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