We do this with a majority of our printers and have seen no issues
On Tue, Mar 25, 2014 at 7:41 AM, Jeff Crosby <jlcrosby@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>wrote:
I had a brainstorm last night and cannot believe I didn't do this years
The message queue for all our printers is QSYSOPR. All the paper out,
change labels, etc, go there. Why don't I set up a message queue
specifically for these messages, say PRTMSGS. Someone can monitor this
queue and it takes the print messages out of QSYSOPR.
Does anyone else already do this? Is there a downside I'm not thinking of?
Years ago we had a printer at the far end of the office away from the
system operator and I had it's messages go to a users message queue without
issue. Never thought of a message queue dedicated to printer messages
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