For vanilla text, I do something like this:

    LPR RMTSYS(your-lpd) PRTQ(your-prtq) FILE(your-splf) TRANSFORM(*YES) +
           MFRTYPMDL(*WSCST) WSCST(QWPDEFAULT)

The QWPDEFAULT workstation customization object came with my copy of
OS/400, and is in the QSYS library, so I didn't have to create one
myself.

Good luck!

On Thu, 3 Jan 2002, Brad Jensen wrote:

> I want to print an AS/400 file to ASCII thru LPR, using a printer
> defintion that will put in cr/lf and ff (13/10 and 12) and nothing
> else.
>
> Is there a printer definiton I can use for this? I  think we have
> had to use works station codepages or some such thing in the past.
>
> I've been using HP5, but we have to strip the pcl from it on the
> pc side.
>



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