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.


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

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:


            FROMDOC(&FILE) +



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

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?


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