As I remember the use of barcode in dds would be a method during the CimPath era and I am sure with an ipds printer of some sort it would work fine. Be wary that dds barcode keywords will be finicy with OS/400 spooling rough a network to a "printer with a mind of its own" ....ho! ho!

Look at SFC2XX shop floor. I believe that there was a "PRINT SHOP PACKET WITH BAR CODES option there. You can look at it to see how they were doing it.

Charlie
Richmond,Va.

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We show CIM module installed. Are there DDS printer files using BARCODE
keywords as part of the CIM installation? Trying to unravel "the
mystery".

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We are revisiting our CIMPATH installed product. I see that it writes
transactions to the NFB file. Then, it must require some PC based
system to receive a download of transactions from the NFB file, and then
print out the bar-coded transactions on a PC based printer.

That solution does not seem like a modern way to do this. Does anyone
have or know of a method to take the various NFB transactions (or
directly from BPCS programs - bypassing NFB) and get the same or similar
looking bar-coded documents on a RMTOUTQ printer?

TIA,
Don

Don F. Cavaiani
IT Manager
Amerequip Corp.
920-894-7063

"It's amazing what you can accomplish if you don't care who gets the
credit." Harry S. Truman



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