Printing Electronic Signature that is Printer Resident

45 pts.
Tags:
AFPDS
AS/400 - DDS
AS/400 printing
DDS
iSeries V6R1
HELP!!!   I am trying to print an electronic signature that is printer resident on an HP printer attached trough the LAN.  I have the PCL Escape sequence from the manufacturer.  So far, I have retrieved the WSCST source, modified it to include an INDFNTE tage with a unique font id (used to passs the PCL Escape sequence to the printer).   The printer file is AFPDS with an overlay.

What do I need to code in the DDS?  

 



Software/Hardware used:
iSeries 520 with V6R1
ASKED: June 20, 2011  2:47 PM
UPDATED: June 24, 2011  12:38 PM

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  • Tsladden
    Somebody MUST have done this before and found a solution. please share !!!!!
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