Well, I will be taking to anyone who is producing large reports. And often you can look at a report and just "know" that it really has no regular use except for the totals at the end.

We have a capability of converting such reports to a PDF and storing them on a non-iSeries server with a fairly nice web interface. I know some of our accounting folk with a "green" bent are much happier loading and scanning a PDF than looking at a printed report.

Sam

On 6/2/2011 7:59 AM, rob@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
Thanks for the overview at the beginning. The goal was to reduce paper
usage. And, you want to find out what actually prints versus what is
spooled up and nothing happens. I'd like to go into things like: If they
print a 200 page report but only use the last page how do you handle that?

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