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Re: LINUX5250 digest, Vol 1 #207 - 2 msgs



fixed

In a more o less similar problem, I'm trying to use the browser, with NetData I 
make
a page with the data to be printed and just hit the print option in the 
browser.  I
have't finish the application yet, but I'm missing small adjusts.

I think it is important to use "style sheets" to align the printer if yuo need 
to use
pre-printed forms, and I have no experience with CCS yet.  If you don't need
pre-printed forms, you can do a very nice output.
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> Message: 1
> Date: Tue, 20 Aug 2002 18:27:01 -0200
> From: loribas@zipmail.com.br
> To: linux5250@midrange.com
> Subject: [LINUX5250] =?iso-8859-1?Q?Start=20/=20End=20Writer=20Problem?=
> Reply-To: linux5250@midrange.com
>
> I am using FreeBSD with a minimal install for use only as terminals to
> our AS/400.  I have installed TN5250 and it works great, but I'm having
> some problems with the lp5250d server.
>
> We use a system to sell bus tickets that need to have the writer (printer)
> "ended" to work. The printing operations works like that: Start writer /
> send report / End writer.
> Aparently AS/400 x lp5250d can't do Start / End Writer correctly. This is
> the only report that can not be printed... (Probably because this Start/End
> operation)...
>
> Any sugestion ? I just can not get used to the idea of using M$ Windows
> / Client Access again... :-)
>
> Thanks in advance for the help.
>
> Luis Otavio Da Ros Ribas
> IT Manager
> Sulamericana Transportes Ltda
> Curitiba - Parana - Brazil
>







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