>At 07:39 AM 10/6/97 -0500, you wrote:
>>Are you sure about your statement that "..., if you're only putting
>>overlays on existing data, you can specify the overlay on an SCS
>>printer, too-no need for AFP/IPDS printer."? If so, what type of SCS
>>printer are you talking about. It would have to be one that supports
>>IPDS, because I'm fairly certain that printers such as line printers
>>would not handle overlays.
>I think I should have said 'SCS printer file', not 'SCS printer'. And I
>agree, line printers probably can't handle overlays. But there are some SCS
>fullpage types, aren't there? I'm home on vacation so don't have access to
>our 400, and the Online Library web site is so busy I can't get on.
I've definitely been confused here. Finally got to the online library—you're absolutely right—according to Printer Device Programming
The merged document can be printed on any IPDS printer configured with AFP(*YES) in the printer's device description.
The overlays can only be merged with a spooled file that was created using a device type (DEVTYPE) of *SCS, *IPDS, or *AFPDS. The *AFPDS must have been created on an AS/400 system.
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