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Re: Sending PJL comands



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----- Original Message ----- From: "Boling, David E." <David.Boling@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <midrange-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Tuesday, March 04, 2014 10:47 AM
Subject: Sending PJL comands


It's been a while since I've gotten "down and dirty" with printers, but
I did have a couple questions.



We have several Toshiba printers that I've been trying to change the
outbin for. Currently they are set up as rmtoutq's.



I tried using WSCST and the Outbintble option to change all the outbin
comands to 0,1,2,3 but nothing happened. I even used wordpad to print
out a test to a file to look for the right Hex code but didn't even see
any that started with "1b26" which is what the default WSCST had for
outbin.



I haven't found the hex codes for the Toshiba, so I thought I might try
PJL (the IBM guide has "?" for PJL but I thought it might work). I know
I would have to set up a PJL device, but my question is how do I then
send the PJL commands to the printer or better yet set the device to
always use outbin 1 (for example) based on PJL.



Thanks in advance for the help.



David Boling

Rowan County Information Systems Department

130 W Innes Street

Salisbury, NC 28144

704-216-8114 (Voice)

704-216-8126 (Fax)



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