Usually if all the images were printed at one time it would be done once a
year.  The box is an 820 and most of the system could be used when this
particular task is necessary.


-----Original Message-----
From: []
Sent: Wednesday, January 02, 2002 10:22 PM
Subject: RE: Creating a page segment


How often is this to be done? How many processors does your system have and
how many are you willing to dedicate to generating images? How much memory
can you dedicate?

I think this isn't done on AS/400s mostly because of the relative expense of
CPU time and memory. It's certainly *possible* but it's bound to be
expensive. 60-100,000 images at a crack?

Tom Liotta

On Wed, 02 January 2002, "Klein, Ron" wrote:

> I guess that is what has me so confused about this printing of images.  I
> want to print images on the fly and not have to go through a half hour of
> gyrations each time an image is changed.  The goal here is to be able to
> print 60,000 to 100,000 different images at a crack in a batch process.
> Am I asking for the impossible?
> Or am I just following the wrong trail?

Tom Liotta
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Kent, WA 98032
Phone  253-872-7788
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