• Subject: French characters on IP outq's
  • From: "S.A. Centea" <acentea@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 7 Sep 1999 11:43:16 -0700 (PDT)

Hi all

Here is my problem.

I have TCP/IP OUTQ's (remote writers) that point to
network printers.

When used from the network or clients, special
characters (french ones, in this case) are OK.

When used from the AS/400, same special characters are
skipped (replaced by a space), even if spool files are
well generated and all characters are there. Probably
I have to add a parm on the OUTQ definition.

Which is this parm?

Where can I find out a table with the equivalent code
pages for every language and how to use it on printers
?



Any help would be appreciated.

Thx

===
Andrei Centea
Canadelle Inc - Sara Lee Corp.
Montreal
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