Grassy ass, I will try it.

Paul Tykodi wrote:
> Dear Brad,
> IBM suggestions on this topic (available at
> in the Software Knowledge Base under the category Print) are as follows:
> When building your OS/400 OUTQ:
> Select Host Print Transform as *YES
> Select *WSCSTCONT132 for the Manufacturer Type and Model
> Select QWPDEFAULT for the Workstation Customizing Object
> Select QSYS as the library for the Workstation Customization Object
> Best Regards,
> /Paul
> --
> Paul Tykodi
> Director, Printer Connectivity Product Management
> LCI-Intermate US, Inc.
> p: 603.431.0606 x115
> f: 603.436.6432
> >From: "Brad Jensen" <>
> >To: <>
> >Subject: plain vanilla printing thru LPR
> >Date: Thu, 3 Jan 2002 11:20:25 -0600
> >Reply-To:
> >
> >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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