Hello all,

Happy holidays! I've got a question I'd like to run by the group. We have a situation where we have a standalone printer (a Toshiba e478s) and a laptop attached to it by USB cable. The laptop has client access on it to connect to the Power i. We set up a printer using the emulation program in Client Access, which creates the device on the i. We attempted to print a document to it that has AFP attributes on it because it prints barcodes, and the writer immediately puts the spooled file on hold. Here's my question......at this point is there a way to know if I should approach the issue from a Print Data Transform angle on the definition of the writer in Client Access, or should I come at it from the Workstation Customization perspective? Is there anything in the info I've provided that would suggest one way or the other? I'm trying to avoid having to just start changing stuff and trying to print, and then changing something else and trying to print, etc., until I stumble on a solution.

As always, any info provided would be great. Thanks!

Bill Howie | Senior ERP Programmer/Analyst Consultant
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