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Most (all?) business class printers will have a print server built in with
the ethernet connectivity.


On Wed, Aug 10, 2022 at 3:33 PM Scott Klement <rpg400-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

Pretty much any printer should work for that. Just make sure it's not
"host based", those typically only work on Windows. Anything else is
good -- provided you can find an appropriate print server.

On 8/10/22 4:24 PM, Christopher Bipes wrote:
We generate the labels via an RPGLE program written in house. We use IP
connected Kyocera laser printer for the most part. It is configured as an
*IPDS *LAN printer using port 5001. Our modern AS400, whatever you want
to call it today., if not iSeries. It is a power 9 server running V7.3 of
OS400 or whatever you want to call it today. How does one print standard 1
inch high by 4 inch long labels from an RPGLE program.

We just create a standard print file to be sent to the printer. No bar
codes, nothing fancy.

Chris Bipes
Director of Information Services
CrossCheck, Inc.

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