Printer Problem AS/400

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We have a client using AS/400 model 150 using Machine 36. We have connected a network printer through OS. EVery time they go to print a document the printer ends with message CPF1164 and ending code of 20. This cause with job ending code of 20 is 'The job exceeded end severity (ENDSEV job attribute). You can restart the printer and the document will print but as soon as the next print is spooled the printer ends again. Any one help.

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Sounds like <a href=”http://forums.systeminetwork.com/isnetforums/showthread.php?t=24441″>this </a>answer may be helpful to you. Basically, they are saying to check if they are using something other than the normal print processor in their profile and/or increase the user’s end severity.

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  • djac
    Check to see if a joblog is being produced when this printer ends. There is probably a error message in the log just before the CPF1164 which will hopefully give the true cause of the termination. DSPJOB 'printername' should list all jobs on the system for that printer if there are joblogs.
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