Set Dell 3100CN printer as a AS400 printer
Can anyone help me?
I have many Dell Laser printer 3100CN and I want to use Client Access
emulator. I set ASCII conversion as *HP5.
The printer prints correctly, but it add a blank page with some
the end of every spool. I dont'know how to solve this problem.
Looking forward to hear someone soon.
Try *HPCOLORLJ in stead of *HP5 or else see http://tinyurl.com/r99dq
for more information
> Can anyone help me?
> I have many Dell Laser printer 3100CN and I want to use Client Access
> emulator. I set ASCII conversion as *HP5.
> The printer prints correctly, but it add a blank page with some
> caracters at
> the end of every spool. I dont'know how to solve this problem.
> Looking forward to hear someone soon.
Here is how we defined ours:
CRTDEVPRT DEVD(DZ) DEVCLS(*LAN) TYPE(3812) MODEL(1) LANATTACH(*IP) +
PORT(9100) ATTACH(*DIRECT) ONLINE(*YES) FONT(11 *NONE) +
FORMFEED(*AUTOCUT) SEPDRAWER(*FILE) PRTERRMSG(*INQ) +
MSGQ(*LIBL/I4) ACTTMR(170) INACTTMR(30) LINESPEED(19200) +
WORDLEN(8) PARITY(*NONE) STOPBITS(1) TRANSFORM(*YES) +
MFRTYPMDL(*HP5SI) PPRSRC1(*LETTER) PPRSRC2(*NONE) +
ENVELOPE(*NONE) ASCII899(*NO) IMGCFG(*NONE) CHRID(*SYSVAL) +
RMTLOCNAME('22.214.171.124') SYSDRVPGM(*HPPJLDRV) TEXT('DZ -
FSC - DE - Printer Dell at Denison') PUBLISHINF(*UNKNOWN +
*UNKNOWN *UNKNOWN *UNKNOWN *BLANK (*...Auction: IBM 5360 Mainframe and IBM 5225 Printer
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Folks, we are not in Kansas anymore... Has a pile of manuels, 3
monitors, three keyboards.
Louis Ohland wrote:
> Folks, we are not in Kansas anymore... Has a pile of manuels, 3
> monitors, three keyboards.
As you would expect, each keyboard mates with one of the 5251 displays.
It's easy to tell which display was the system console (the badly
burned-in one on top) and which was the primary application console (the
pretty badly burned-in one on the bottom). The one in the middle that
has no visible burn-in probably saw very little use. I don't think that
the value of the system will improve very much in another 10 to 20 years
like the seller hopes, but everyone is entitled to dream.
If anyone was interested in a set of S/36 manuals, this auction looks
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bid will probably win, then you have the seller ship you all of the
manuals via Media Mail, and then the seller could do as he liked with
the "heavy metal" (of course, you'd have to make sure that the seller
would go along with this scheme in advance).
"Louis Ohland" <firstname.lastname@example.org> schreef in bericht
> >http://cgi.eba...Printing on AS400 via IBM AS400 Java Toolkit
I'm working on a program that needs to send a print job to a printer
connected to an AS/400. I've tried using the SpooledFileOutputStream
and I've also tried using one of the SCS Writer classes. Neither
solution is working. With the SpooledFileOutputStream I am at least
able to create my print file, but when my program ends, the file is
still not being printed.
This program does not run on the AS400, it runs on a PC and connects to
the AS400 via the toolkit classes. I know this part works as I am able
to use the toolkit to access Data Queues, Files and Data Areas without
Is there anyplace anyone can point me to see some examples of how to
print a file using the AS400 Java Toolkit?
Thanks in advance,
What printer data stream is used? or how was the printer data generated?
I am wondering if the data stream being generated matches the data
stream of the printer connected to the iSeries? What printer is attached
to the iSeries and how is it configured?
The iSeries info center has some Toolbox examples:
Programming>Java>IBM Toolbox for Java>IBM Toolbox for Java Classes>
> Hello all,
> I'm working on a program that needs to send a print job to a printer
> connected to an AS/400. I've tried using the SpooledFileOutputStream
> and I've also tried using one of the SCS Writer classes. Neither
> solution is working. With the Sp...SATO printer
Is there someone with an experience of printing labels to network SATO CX400
printer using it's commands?
I can't use general extentions [printer, hdc and so on], because the labels
(stickers) are small (~25x7mm) and it is necessary to adjust the printing
exactly to the sticker's size.
I've transfered a Dos label program from a ps/2 to a compaq deskpro.
the ps/2 was running win 3.1 for workgroup
the compaq is running win95.
I can not get the label printer to communicate with the compaq.
setting on both systems are basicly identical, except that the ps/2 is
a 25db serial port while the compaq is your standard 9db...
I've use an adaptor to no avail.
Is ther something else I should try?
Look at the BIOS and be sure your serial port is enabled. Be sure the printer
properties in W/95 has the speed, stop bits and bit count right for the
printer. If this doesn't go through the print spooler as a defined printer YMMV
about whether the W/95 will ever talk to a DOS serial device. I have a serial
scanner (3118) that has never worked under W/95.
Does anyone have some notes, documentation or helful
pointers about navigating, command language and DB2 on
an AS400 for a guy who has done HP3000, Windows
2k/2k3, MS SQL, HP9000, IBM ES9000/UNIX, SCO UNIX?
Ideally a commands cross reference qaulivalent would
be terrific - I.E. HP3000 to AS400.
P.S. I'm taking a role in a shop that runs its ERP
system on this platform.
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them on ebay?
Is this some new form of subliminal advertising? If so, it isn't too
As you well have figured out, this is NOT a for sale newsgroup. If you
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Art...RP2 and Labels.sys
I am using the RP2 Linkable Designer to edit a report with a Label/Column
When I select Column/Label Properties I get a File Open Error "Cannot open
file C:\ProgDir\Labels.sys". The Properties window defaults to a standard
report and the user cannot select from label types.
This occurs on VO2.5/RP210 to VO2.7/RP212 with the associated builds of
When I use the (non-distributable) Rp2_32.exe to edit the same report form I
am able to open Labels.sys and configure the properties.
Labels.sys is just a dbf format file which I can open and browse using ...single-label printers
A client wants to use a dedicated label printer, the kind that prints
out on a roll of single label width.
How do I set this up with filemaker? It seems like I'd need to be able
to pick a page setup from the printer dialog box that was appropriate
for single-label printing. Would that come with the printer driver? I
want to be able to tell my client whether he should go ahead and buy the
dedicated label printer.... then we can figure it out.
It isn't too difficult to create the layout. You need to use PageSetup
to set the printer for the label printer when you are creating ...Label Printers #2
I am looking for a label printer. Something a bit more robust than the
"Dymo" line (I've burnt up too many of these). I have been looking at the
Zebra line (Like a LP 2844) But I'm having a hard time finding a local
supplier. Here's what I would like-
Print labels 4" wide
I will be putting this on a Windows server centric network and print from a
variety of windows workstations (XP, 2000, 98), mainly from MS Access.
Anybody have any suggestions?
The cost and availability of updated drivers alway put me off when it came
to special purpose label printers.
"Mark" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>I am looking for a label printer. Something a bit more robust than the
>"Dymo" line (I've burnt up too many of these). I have been looking at the
>Zebra line (Like a LP 2844) But I'm having a hard time finding a local
>supplier. Here's what I would like-
> Print labels 4" wide
> Direct thermal
> Ethernet connection
> I will be putting this on a Windows server centric network and print from
> a variety of windows workstations (XP, 2000, 98), mainly from MS Access.
> Anybody have any suggestions?
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...IBM 6400 printer
We have a twinax attached IBM 6400 printer. When you have a outq with
multiple "RDY" spoolfiles and the printer is printing. If you press
Stop to remove some paper work from the back. When you press Ready the
print never restarts printing.
The current print spoolfile with show "WTR" in the outq but never
prints. You can Hold the current spoolfile and the next spoolfile will
Has anyone else had a similiar problem with a 6400 printer.
On Jun 24, 8:44=A0am, eb <emc...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> We have a twinax attached IBM 6400 printer. When you h...IBM 6400 Printers
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...IBM 6400 Printers
I am new to configuring and setting up printers on the AS400(power7).
Can some one help me with the different ways the 6400 printer can be set up?
The one i am familiar with it the client access set up(this is where the a connection is made with the printer and the icon is created on the user computer, which allows them to manage the printer and their print jobs.)
I would like to know what other ways this printer can be set up so that it can still print from the AS400 by any user.
On Tue, 29 ...Network label printer
Has anyone any experience of trying to network one of the small label
printers? I need to print ad-hoc labels from a W2K terminal server, so
the printer would have to be directly on the network (maybe via a print
Any advice/comments/experience appreciated!
"Robert" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Has anyone any experience of trying to network one of the small label
> printers? I need to print ad-hoc labels from a W2K terminal server, so
> the printer would have to be directly on the network (maybe via a print
> Any advice/comments/experience appreciated!
Look at the Zebra line of small label printers. I have several model
TLP2844, some hooked up to desktop with USB and some using the network
adapter module from Zebra to connect to the network directly. Work great.
Bonus- you can print from anything, you don't need a proprietary printing
program, in fact most ad hoc labels are printed from Word. Previously I was
trying to use the DYMO line of label printers and would burn out the heater
in about 3 months!.
...Label Printer recommendations
Does anyone know if there is a Linux compatible label printer available?
I have an old Seiko but it's never worked with Linux. I see a Dymo driver
listed in CUPS, does anyone know the Dymo 450 works with this driver?
General Schvantzkoph schreef:
> Does anyone know if there is a Linux compatible label printer available?
> I have an old Seiko but it's never worked with Linux. I see a Dymo driver
> listed in CUPS, does anyone know the Dymo 450 works with this driver?
Do you mean "work with linux" or "work with cups" ? I've driven all kind
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> Printer Ink, Printer Ink Cartridge, and Printer Ink ...Printing to a Zebra Label printer
I am having trouble trying to send a print job to a Zebra label
printer using TCL in windows. I have a text file containing Zebra
formatted data for the label I am trying to print. If I open the text
file from a normal windows based text editor and select "File|Print",
I select the printer, and I get my label. When I try to send the
file (or a variable containing the formatted data) from my
application, no label is printed. The print queue shows the job, but
nothing happens on the actual printer.
Here is what my code looks like:
set prtHdl [printer dialog select]
printer job start
printer send -hDC $ptrHdl -postscript -data $zebraFormatStringWithData
( also tried using
printer send -hDC $ptrHdl -postscript -file [file join c:/
printer job end
printer close $ptrHdl
Neither prints the label.
After I submit the file to the printer from notepad, the size of the
print job is 7.7Kb, but when I send it to the printer from the TCL
app, the size is 1.56Kb.
I think I am close on this, but probably just missing a setting or a
Any help is appreciated,
On Aug 1, 2:24=A0pm, Kevin <kevin.year...@visiprise.com> wrote:
> I am having trouble trying to send a print job to a Zebra label
> printer using TCL in windows.
> Any help is appreciated,
I don't know if this is helpful or not, but...
I've successfully driven a Zebra label printer via Tcl and Windows
using a ZPL file. In my case...Sato Barcode Printer DT300
Try to look for the user manual for this old barcode printer. ANyone?
...print to a label printer directly
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I'm wondering what would be the best method to print to a label printer? I
need to print many labels from a rails application, and I need to do it on a
windows box (until we get a linux server up and running). It's been horrid
so far, the printer doesn't seem to want to respond to commands like
system("print /d:\\name\printer file_to_print") or even the command itself
run in the command line (applications like notepad print out their contents
fine, though). Is there a better way?
...Printer for printing microfiche labels
I am looking into buying a new printer for printing labels for microfiche.
Currently we use a very old dot-matrix printer (Epson 3250) and print on
tractor-feed labels. Each page contains 24 5" x 7/16" opaque labels on a
12" x 5-1/2" backing and we print approximately 25,000 labels per year,
usually about 1,000 labels at a time. The printing is black ink text and a
bar-code and I use Excel and Word Perfect to merge a file to the printer.
Does anyone have any suggestions for replacing the 3250? I know that there
are new dot-matrix printers available but I want to investigate all
possibilities before I commit any money. Should I be looking at an inkjet
to do this job?
We did experiment with a laser printer a few years ago but we had questions
about the durability and longevity of the toner.
Gary Vocks wrote:
> I am looking into buying a new printer for printing labels for microfiche.
> Currently we use a very old dot-matrix printer (Epson 3250) and print on
> tractor-feed labels. Each page contains 24 5" x 7/16" opaque labels on a
> 12" x 5-1/2" backing and we print approximately 25,000 labels per year,
> usually about 1,000 labels at a time. The printing is black ink text and a
> bar-code and I use Excel and Word Perfect to merge a file to the printer.
> Does anyone have any suggestions for replacing the 3250? I know that there
> are new dot-matri...Output from web to label printer
I need to take text from a database, turn it into a barcode from the
Web and print to a Zebra Z4M barcode printer. I am stuck at two
1. Use ZPL II (Zebra's proprietary language to command the printer)
which is executed at a DOS Prompt with "COPY BarCode.txt LPT1" Is
there any way to run that from the web. Also, is there any other
method of sending the information in the text file to the printer?
2. Use some sort of ActiveX object to compile a barcode label image,
then use another ActiveX object to remove the Header/Footer and
Margins from the IE printout....OT: Serial Label Printer
My employer just gave me a barely used CoStar (Dymo) LabelWriter XL
Plus with a nearly full roll of labels.
I'd like to use this thing, but it has an Apple 8-pin serial cable with
it...not what I'd need for use with a PS/2.
I do, however, have this:
with what would appear to be an 8-pin serial port on board. (It is a
serial port. That much I know. The pinout is unclear, but could be
Is there any chance of such an arrangement working, or might anyone
have the proper PC version of the cable for this printer in their
> My employer just gave me a barely used CoStar (Dymo) LabelWriter
> XL Plus with a nearly full roll of labels. I'd like to use this thing, but it
> has an Apple 8-pin serial cable with it...not what I'd need for use with
> a PS/2. I do, however, have this:
> with what would appear to be an 8-pin serial port on board. (It is a
> serial port. That much I know. The pinout is unclear, but could be
> determined.). Is there any chance of such an arrangement working,
> or might anyone have the proper PC version of the cable for this
> printer in their "cable stash"?
There is also this:
http://www.gilanet.com/ohlandl/misc/ramquest.html. The pinouts are
standard Apple serial (I have a few other boards this ...!Printers: How do I open Printer:$ ?
A long time ago (RO 3.1), I sometimes used the printer:$ window (IIRC)
to directly send a specific sequence of bytes to a printer.
Lately, I wanted to do the same thing under RISC OS 3.7 and printers
However *filer_opendir printer:$ gives:
��#:devices#buffer3:$.Parallel$ - the name was not recognised
The error is also displayed when I click CTRL-Print in Zap
*Show print* gives:
Printer$ : PoScript2
Printer$Path : AD...