• Subject: Re: AFP Problems.
  • From: "Wayne Achenbaum" <wache@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 23 Jul 1999 08:31:23 -0400

I have done what you are trying to do many times, but I didn't use corel
photopaint. I believe the record length to the physical file has to be
RCDLEN(32766). Also on the CPYFRMPCD the following parameters must be filled
as follows; TRNTBL(*NONE) and TRNFMT(*NOTEXT). One more thing on the CRTOVL
DATATYPE(*AFPDS).

Hope some of this helps.
Wayne Achenbaum
Slomin's Incorporated

----- Original Message -----
From: Richard Baird <rbbaird@premsys.com>
To: <MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com>
Sent: Thursday, July 22, 1999 8:12 PM
Subject: AFP Problems.


> Hey all,
>
> I'm trying to do a simple invoice form overlay.
>
> I found the directions to do this in the midrange-l archives (thanks
> Buck).
>
> I created the form image using corel photopaint, printed it to an afp
> print file (IBM AFP 240), and moved the file to a folder in QDLS,
> created the file, (record length 8201, level check no),  did the
> CPYFRMPCD, which worked fine, but when I try to do a CRTPAGSEG or
> CRTOLY, I get a message:
>
> Message . . . . :   File INVOLY in QGPL not valid for creating a *OVL
> (or *PAGSEG).
> Cause . . . . . :   The file or member cannot be used to create a
> printer
>   resource. *N means that the incoming data was an internal system
> space. No
>   source file or library is specified. The reason code is 02.  The
> reason
>   codes and their meanings are:
> ...
>   2 - The structured field identifier in the incoming data for the
> printer
> resource is not correct or is not supported. The error was detected
> while
> processing record 1, byte number 17. The structured field which is not
> correct may be caused by a length that is not correct on the previous
> structure field. The structured field which was being processed at the
> time
> ...
> Recovery  . . . :   Verify that the names of the file, library, and
> member are
>   specified correctly on the command.  If the data originated on another
>   system, also make sure that the record length of the physical file is
>   correct.
>
>
> Any Ideas?
>
> Thanks in advance,
>
> Rick Baird
> Premium Systems
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