• Subject: Re: BPCS printing to remote location.
  • From: Boris Goldenberg <bpcsguru@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 31 Jul 1999 05:48:49 -0700 (PDT)

Even though you mentioned your users do not want laser printers, I think its
another viable option.  At several of my clients I recommended the purchase of
a Forms-generating software package (EZPrint).  By using EZPrint, you will
avoid the expense and hassle of pre-printed forms.  A single laser printer
could be used to print multiple forms.  Its a lot easier to change a form in
EZprint.  If you're printing checks, its also more secure.  No need to keep
blank checks lying around - EZPrint will generate them on the fly.

Regards,
Boris Goldenberg

--- Forwiw@aol.com wrote:
>     
> We have an AS400 version V4R2.  Our remote location is connected
> using frame relay and I believe using TCP/IP (I'm just learning all this).
> 
> Our remote location has Windows NT version 4.0, and all their pc's have
> IBM Client Access installed.  They can print to their pc's while running
> the BPCS software.  They do not have a controller.  They have a frad,
> router, (whatever it's called).
> 
> What they are looking for is a tractor fed printer to print their forms
> in BPCS (Invoices and Pick Lists).  
> 
> I had suggested using their current laser printer and using just 8 1/2 
> x 11 paper for this, but they DON'T want to do this.
> 
> Is their a tractor fed printer that can be attached to their network, or pc, 
> so
> they can print out their BPCS forms?  How should this be connected?
> Can this be done?
> 
> Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated.
> 
> Thank you,
> Sandy
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