Barcode problems on IPDS laser printer connected to iSeries

15 pts.
Tags:
AFPDS
AS/400 printing
barcodes
HP LaserJet
IPDS printer
PCOMM
Personal Communications
RPGLE
I have an *AFPDS spool file with a vertical barcode. The program and printer file have not changed and were working correctly previously. Data still prints correctly on a network printer, but the barcode is printed in an incorrect position (overlaying other data) when printed on an HP LaserJet 1100 printer connected to a PC workstation with Personal Communications 5.7. Apparently something in PComm has changed. Does anyone know how to correct this?

Software/Hardware used:
RPGLE, iSeries Access for Windows Personal Communications Version 5.7, HP LaserJet 1100

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  • RacewDonna
    Since I posted this question, I have upgraded my System i Access for Windows to V6.1 and the most current Service Pack. The barcode position still prints incorrectly. I am using the BARCODE keyword successfully in other print files. The only difference is the length of the data for the barcode. The incorrect print file has a barcode length of 20, while the correctly positioned barcode has a length of only 14. I believe the host print transform function is probably the issue, but I don't know how to "fix it".
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