IP PRINTWAY PDF

When you use the IP PrintWay component of Infoprint Server to print the jobs that Infoprint XT generates, you create a second printer definition, in addition to the. The following information applies only to IP PrintWay™ basic mode. IP PrintWay extended mode does not use the same transmission queue as IP PrintWay. Before you use IP PrintWay™ to send print output to remote printers and email destinations, you must create printer definitions. Typically, you create one printer .

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This parameter applies only to documents printed on an AFP printer or transformed to another format with a transform from AFP. IP PrintWay always includes userid domainname to identify the sender. The user ID of the job submitter is userid.

The domain name where Infoprint Server is running is domainname.

This parameter specifies job attributes that do not have corresponding JCL parameters, such as document-codepage or document-format. You can specify any job attribute, but IP PrintWay ignores these attributes: For a list of valid job attributes, see Using job attributes.

A component is an entity in the Printer Inventory. IP PrintWay uses printing options that are specified in these three types of components: If more than one type of component exists with the specified name, IP PrintWay uses options that are specified in all of the components with the specified name.

If a component of one of the three types does not exist, IP PrintWay uses default values for the printing options that can be specified in the missing component. IP PrintWay uses only a subset of all options that can be specified in these components.

IP PrintWay ignores other options that are specified in these components and instead uses the options that are specified in the printer definition. This parameter might be case-sensitive.

IP PrintWay

If the name contains special characters such as a dash or lowercase letters, enclose the name in single quotation marks. Table 1 explains the state of retained data sets. Table 2 explains the state of retained data sets. Specify 1 – 60 characters. If the description contains spaces, special characters, or lowercase characters, enclose the value in quotation marks. If the Print Interface subsystem processes the data set, the class in the printer definition is used. If none is specified, JES determines the default class.

If you specify more than one parameter that can be used to find a printer or email destination, IP PrintWay uses these priorities: However, this work-around cannot be used if the Print Interface subsystem processes the data set because the subsystem ignores all but the first reference to an OUTPUT statement. If the Print Interface subsystem processes the data set, the number of copies in the printer definition is used.

If none is specified, JES determines the default number of copies. If the Print Interface subsystem does not process the data set, JES determines the default number of copies. If the Print Interface subsystem processes the data set, the JES node in the printer definition is used.

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If none is specified, JES determines the default node. The printer’s IP address or host name in the printer definition is used. If you specify more than one parameter that can be used to find the printer or email destination, IP PrintWay uses these priorities: Use the same method to identify the host system, either the host name or the IP address, in all references to the host system.

Also, use the same lowercase and uppercase characters. These tips ensure that data sets transmitted to the same printer are transmitted in the correct order. IP PrintWay basic mode: IP PrintWay extended mode: The fully qualified data set name can be printed on page headers and on separator pages. Whether a header or separator page prints depends on the IP PrintWay options that your administrator selects in the printer definition and how your administrator configures the printer’s separator page.

If the resubmit for filtering function is used, the value you specify in the DSNAME parameter is also the last qualifier of the data set name of the second data set that Infoprint Server dynamically allocates on the JES spool while it processes the data. The last qualifier of the fully qualified data set name is a question mark? If none is specified: If the Print Interface subsystem does not process the data set: If you specify a value that is not allowed, the data set might not print.

If the Print Interface subsystem processes the data set, the form name in the printer definition in the Printer Inventory is used. If none is specified, JES provides a default form name. Enter the printer subparameter in lowercase. Enter the printer definition name with the same uppercase and lowercase letters that are used in the printer definition. The printer definition name is case-sensitive. You can specify 1 – 32 email addresses.

Each email address can be 1 – 60 characters. You can specify any characters, including blanks. If the email address contains special characters or lowercase letters, enclose the entire email address in apostrophes. If you specify only one email address, you can omit the parentheses. You cannot specify null values. IP PrintWay sends the email to any bcc recipients specified in the printer definition.

In this example, user1 xyz. IP PrintWay sends the email to any cc recipients specified in the printer definition. The name can be 1 – 60 characters. If the name contains special characters, blanks, or lowercase letters, enclose the entire name in apostrophes.

IP PrintWay uses the last qualifier of the data set name or file name as the name of the email attachment. If you specify a file name in the mail-file-name job attribute with a suffix that indicates the type of data in the file, ask your administrator to request that Infoprint Server not add another suffix. For example, if the file name is myfile. In this example, the email attachment is February sales report.

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IP PrintWay uses the value that is specified in the printer definition. Puts this information in the email: IP PrintWay sends the email to the email recipients specified in the printer definition. If either the Print Interface subsystem processes the data set or the resubmit for filtering function is used, the notify values in the printer definition apply. Otherwise, no users are notified. The notify values in the printer definition are used. If the printer definition does not specify the direct sockets printing protocol, IP PrintWay ignores this parameter.

The printer’s port number in the printer definition is used. The list of job attributes can be 1 – characters. Attribute names and values are case-sensitive. All attribute names are lowercase. Enclose the entire list of job attributes in single quotation marks.

Separate job attributes with one or more spaces. If an attribute value contains blanks, lowercase letters, or special characters, enclose that attribute value in double quotation marks. The first value that is found for each job attribute, jp this order: IP PrintWay ignores it and il uses options that are specified in the printer definition.

IP PrintWay determines the default printing options: The options that are specified in the printer definition are used. For options not specified in the printer pritway, IP PrintWay uses hardcoded default values. This specification causes IP PrintWay basic mode to add a carriage return at the end of each line when it converts line data to text data. IP PrintWay extended mode adds a carriage return at the end of each line by default.

The print queue name in the printer definition is used.

If the name contains special characters or lowercase letters, enclose the entire name in apostrophes. If none is specified in the printer definition, most email programs use the sender’s email address. The default is userid domainname. Specify the time in the format hhhh: Enclose the entire value in single quotation marks. IP PrintWay determines the default value: The retain value in the printer definition is used.

Basic mode Keeps the acquired data set. Keeps the acquired data set. Extended mode Releases the data set. Puts the data set in the HELD state. Releases the data set.

Planning printer definitions for IP PrintWay

Puts the data set in the KEEP state. The operator can delete a retained data set from the JES spool, print it again on the same printer, or move it to another IP PrintWay printer. Do not specify this parameter so that the value your administrator specifies in the printer definition is used.