• Subject: RE: Printing the same spool file in TWO printers in the same time
  • From: "Erickson, Jon" <JonErickson@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 19 Jan 1999 09:15:52 -0800

If you have SNADS up, you can use SNDNETSPLF to send the spool file to
another defined user in the Directory Entry with the desired output queue in
their profile.  You may also want to look into SNDTCPSPLF.  Hope this helps.

Regards,
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Jon A. Erickson
Viking Industries, Inc.
 <http://www.vikingindustries.com> http://www.vikingindustries.com
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
 <<Jon Erickson.vcf>> 


                -----Original Message-----
                From:   Marco Stanghellini [mailto:mstanga@tin.it]
                Sent:   Tuesday, January 19, 1999 7:51 AM
                To:     MIDRANGE-L (E-mail)
                Subject:        Printing the same spool file in TWO printers
in the same time

                Hi,
                I'm from Italy, first of all sorry for my bad ENGLISH.
                In our company usually we have ti print spool files of about
10,000 pages
                and so I need a command to duplicate the same spool file to
another *OUTQ to
                let me print it on another PRINTER.

                Any help will be appreciate

                Thank's in advance

                Marco Stanghellini
                Confartigianato Forli'

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