print pdf on i5

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hi @all, i create a pdf with php(fpdf-class) on my i5. The pdf-file is stored in the ifs. the file includes pics and it is nice formated. Now i want to print the pdf-file on my i5. How can i do that ? bye jo
ASKED: July 4, 2008  6:32 AM
UPDATED: September 23, 2008  3:45 PM

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Hello,

Are you trying to print from a printer that is connected to the AS/400? If the file is stored in the IFS, you can map a drive to there and open the file on your PC and print. To do this…

From your PC Desktop, right click on My Network Places, select Map Network Drive, You can select which drive you want to use…Z, Y, X, etc… \\systemname\path\

Once you have this mapped, you would sign in with your system user name and password. You would then just open the file and print to any printer associated.

Hope this helps…

TPinky

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  • Timwarwick
    I am trying to do what I think is a similar thing. I have an scanned image on the IFS, I want to include that scanned image on the end of an Invoice document for proof of delivery. I have been experimenting with the AFPRSC keyword but with no success. Have you been able to get any further with your problem ?
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