woo-woo.  THANKS! That did it Paul.  Quite a sleuth, eh?

I did a simple test to print to file.  I opened up WordPad, typed in some
stuff, clicked on "Print to File", tabbed over to select tray 3, clicked on
Print.  I opened up the text file (copied below) that was "printed to", and
saw nothing that resembled the x'1B266C'.  Probably converted to symbols.
What do you use to interrogate this file?

Also, do you have a Savin 9935 mfp?  If not, how where you able to specify
it as your printer?

Now all I have to do is get rid of the stapling.


%-12345X@PJL JOB NAME="Document"
@PJL SET TIME="14:51:51"
@PJL SET DATE="2004/10/22"
@PJL ENTER LANGUAGE=PCLXL) HP-PCL XL;1;1;Comment Copyright (c) 1998 Software
2000 Limited
NXXo?Ao?A o?AA o^Ao,HAo&A o4A o(A o%CO  ??  ??o+wOf f o*uAojA o-xA
o-|Ayo  cA?o,{A oya^o~OoB A o      cAuo,{EA Arial           o?A  
??  ??o$eD  oYfA    o?}A  o!dO^=oLkEA$ Testing to print to tray 1 on Savin
o<EA$ 3.*.......*...7.*.Ho??A o1DIB%-12345X@PJL EOJ

Obviously, not all of the symbols survive the cut & paste to this post.


> -----Original Message-----
> From: midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx / Paul Tykodi
> Sent: Friday, October 22, 2004 1:53 PM
> Hi Dan,
> As you have mentioned in one of your postings, many of
> the MFP devices frequently have web site based manuals
> that do not list the drawer selection codes in them.
> What I typically do is to create a document in Wordpad
> on an MS Windows enabled PC that says "This is a
> test." I then print it through the appropriate
> Manufacturer's PCL 5e Windows driver to a file. I
> perform this process as many times as necessary to
> specify printing to each individual drawer on the MFP
> device, which I need to setup on the IBM host.
> Following this procedure, I obtained the following
> information for your Savin 9935DPE.
> Savin Tray 1 is activated by printer code 8
> Command in HEX is 1B 26 6C 38 48
> Savin Tray 2 is activated by printer code 1
> Command in HEX is 1B 26 6C 31 48
> Savin Tray 3 is activated by printer code 4
> Command in HEX is 1B 26 6C 34 48
> Savin Tray 4 is activated by printer code 30
> Command in HEX is 1B 26 6C 33 30 48
> You don't enter any spaces between the HEX bytes when
> you place them into a WSCST parameter.
> As Dave mentioned in his posting to you, you could
> just change the hex information in the drawer 1 tag of
> the WSCST to call for the Savin Tray 3 and then all
> output destined for IBM host Source Drawer 1 would end
> up being printed on paper stored in the Savin MFP's
> tray 3.
> Best Regards,
> /Paul
> --
> Paul Tykodi
> E-mail: ptykodi@xxxxxxxxx

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