As I think about it...

Your signatures are set up as overlays? Are you sure about that?

I'd expect a signature to be a page segment. An overlay is usually
the boxes and lines of a form itself, while page segments are used for
variables like signatures or logos. AFAIK, you can only have one
overlay per page, while you can have multiple page segments.

-Charles

On Fri, Aug 21, 2009 at 2:02 PM, Jack Tucky<jacktucky@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
We put an electronic signature on some Bills of Lading.  The entire printer
file has an overlay, plus we put the signature in a little box at the
bottom.



This has been working well for several years.  We needed to create some new
signatures, so I followed the steps I always do.  Create the jpg, print to
the AFP 300 printer driver (specify medium overlay), put the file in QDLS,
then do the Create OVL



Like this:



CPYFRMPCD  FROMFLR(&FLR) TOFILE(QTEMP/WORKF) +

            FROMDOC(&FILE) +

            TRNTBL(*NONE) TRNFMT(*NOTEXT)



CRTOVL     OVL(&LIB/&OVL) FILE(QTEMP/WORKF) MBR(WORKF)





The overlay prints on a test form.  BUT I can't get it to print in our
application.



Here is the DDS



A          R SIGN                      OVERLAY(&LIB/&OVLS &POSD &POSA)

A            LIB           10A  P

A            OVLS           8A  P

A            POSD           5S 3P

A            POSA           5S 3P



I've confirmed via debug all of these field values are correct.   I don't
mess with overlays much.    Has anyone seen anything like this before?



Jack





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