Our Canon printers use PJL for that kind of thing. If you can figure out how to send PJL, there is a staple command. something like
Our forms package sends PJL and we can set parameters there. I would think there would be a way to do that with a regular spool file as well.
I did a wireshark trace to find the parameter I wanted from the PC driver and then put that in the PJL string in the forms package.
Looks like you can use a custom work station customizing object to do it.
On Tuesday, April 8, 2014 8:57 AM, Justin Taylor <JUSTIN@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I have a Canon iR5070 set up as a remote outq. I've been asked to staple and hole punch some print jobs. There's an option to staple, but I can't get it to work. I tried both printer types recommended by IBM (*HP4 & *LEXOPTRAT) and all four staple positions. The document prints but doesn't staple. Any ideas what to try next?
As for the hole punching, I don't even see an option for that. Is that something a Workstation customizing object or User defined option might solve?