Steve,

The default printer for the user is defined a 4214 *RMT. It is actually a
Lexmark 2491 attached to a I/O Sys Model 5450. It is configured as an
*ANYNET printer, so it may do non-standard print sizes. TN5250E print cannot
'do' non-standard print sizes. It is possible the *RMT device is doing some
strange stuff, but the output is actually going to an OUTQUEUE that is not
attached to a printer. What is odd is the print file and program for both
examples are the *SAME.

Thanks,

Jay

> Message: 5
> Subject: Re: Spool file being converted to *AFPDS
> To: midrange-l@midrange.com
> From: "Steve McKay" <Steve.McKay@SouthTrust.com>
> Date: Wed, 23 Jan 2002 16:50:27 -0600
> Reply-To: midrange-l@midrange.com
>
>
> Jay Peasley wrote:
> "Has anyone ever had an instance where a spool file, that was generated
> from
> a *SCS print file is converted by the system to a device type of *AFPDS?
>
> I have a customer who runs a invoice print program that does this, yet if
I
> run it, it stays a *SCS device type."
>
> Jay -
>
> It may be that the customer has an overlay which is merged with the *SCS
> stream to create an *AFPDS stream.
>
> I have seen a *SCS spool file changed to *USERASCII when using a RMTOUTQ
> (as opposed to a *LAN printer).  Is that a possibility?
>
> HTH,
>
> Steve





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