• Subject: Re: Host Print Transform Work Station Customizing Objects
  • From: Carol.Collins@xxxxxxxxxxx (Carol Collins)
  • Date: Thu, 4 Dec 1997 14:07:45 -0700

 You wrote:

>Is anyone out there familiar with how to create a printer work station 
>customizing object for Host Print Transform?  We had a consultant 
>create one for us awhile back which worked fine until the latest cum 
>tape was applied.  Any printer using this WSCST is now printing the 
>first report with the wrong font.  IBM tells me to review the work 
>station customizing object but I have no idea how this was created.  I 
>tried IBM's Redbooks but must be looking in all the wrong places!  TIA
 By looking at the output queue description (WRKOUTQD), you can find out 
 what workstation cust. object is being used.  You can retrieve the source 
 for this (RTVWSCST), put it in a file, make modifications, and create a 
 new one (CRTWSCST).  I would recommend not overwriting the production 
 version. That is, save the original source and compiled WSCST, in case 
 you get wrapped around the axle.  Of course, save your modified version 
 somewhere other than QSYS.  One problem I had was changing the output 
 queue description to contain the new *WSCST object, except by recreating 
 the description.  I imagine there is a way, but I could not find it.
   -- Carol
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