Our AFPTOOL (http://www.bvstools.com/afptool.html) will convert AFPDS to
PDF. I think it may even come bundled as an option for MMAIL for

The problem there may be it could be an old version, so we always suggest
downloading from our website.

I'm not sure I understand your last question about structuring a print file
that looks like WRKSPLF (option 5 I am guessing).


On Wed, Aug 12, 2015 at 4:09 PM, James H. H. Lampert <
jamesl@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Following this thread with interest, since I'm doing another one of these
myself, would like to do a fairly sophisticated one, and the customer
doesn't currently have the 5xxxTS1 licensed program installed.

Refresh my memory:

5xxxTS1 base and option 1 are bundled free with the OS, and simply have to
be installed, right?

Anybody know if there's anything out there that can do full AFP to PDF
without 5xxxTS1 being installed? I note that if I run an AFP spool file
through MMAIL, the PDF looks like I'm viewing it in WRKSPLF.

For that matter, is there a way to structure a print file so that it
produces AFP spool files that look like more than a bunch of fields strung
together if you view them in WRKSPLF?

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