Grizzly Malchow wrote:
> Would that be necessary if the printer was connected to a PC? I thought
> I could just get a printer that's not host-based and is supported by
> host print transform on the System i.
Yes... that should work just fine. Of course, you'll need to run PC
software (such as iSeries Access printer emulation) to get it connected
to the System i, but it should definitely work.
The network printer is nicer in that you don't need a PC to be involved,
you don't have to worry about someone trying to print to it while the PC
is shut off, etc... but the one that's connected via the PC will work
just fine, as long as it's not host-based.
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