Printing Documents

40 pts.
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COBOL
DOC1
JCL
I am printing documents that I have designed in DOC1. The data comes from COBOL programs that I have written that gather information from DB2. The pages are not printing in the center of the page, so it is cutting off some information at the bottom and the right. I got a lead that this is due to formlibs and/or page defs in the JCL since the formatting in the document was at first not handled by DOC1. Now DOC1 is handling the layout, but the JCL still assumes that is the reason for the overcompensation, hence my cut off, non-centered document. I need to strip out the formlibs and page defs, but I am not sure yet if we still have those in the JCL or not and we may very well not. So any other idea about how to control this or why this is happening?
ASKED: August 6, 2008  5:00 PM
UPDATED: August 13, 2009  11:08 AM

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Well, thsi looks like a problem happening to look of the final document so i think you need to check the page/Document properties coded in DOC1 tool. For instance, if the page orientation set in DOC1 tool is landscape and size is A4 and you are trying to print in a potrait A3 sheet, results might be unexpected. You could try checking this.

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