Printing front and back overlays on a report generated out of AS/400

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Could anyone suggest a way to print a report with overlay of company logo on the front and legal terms on the back on a form generated out of AS/400. OS V5R4. Thanks in advance Jahan

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1. Printfile needs duplex *yes
2. printfile Overlay for front and back
3. If I remember correctly, RPG needs to print at least a blank space on both front and back .. that is print your data on the front, do a form feed and print a blank for the back and another form feed to start the next page.
4. Must be AFPDS

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  • Jahan
    Could you shed more light on point3. Here's the Overprtf command OVRPRTF FILE(BOLP1) DEVTYPE(*AFPDS) PAGESIZE(80 + 160) LPI(8) CPI(16.7) FRONTMGN(0 0) + BACKMGN(0 0) OVRFLW(80) PAGRTT(0) + DUPLEX(*YES) FRONTOVL(QGPL/SSLOGO5) + BACKOVL(QGPL/BOLTERMS 0 0 *CONSTANT) + OUTQ(&OUTQ) COPIES(&COPY) HOLD(&HOLD2) And in the RPG program I tried to write a blank record foramt with skipb(1). It should be a 3 page output and I get 6 pages with no back overlay .
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  • philpl1jb
    Add a line to your printing on back The record with a skipb is good but I think you need to add 1 1 ' ' this causes it to actually put someting on the back page During testing I might put an 'X' in there so I could tell what page is printing. You're "back" should now print with the back overlay and the 'X'
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  • Sankal
    Hi Jahan, I too am caught in the back overlay problem. The front overlay is properly printed , but the back overlay instead of getting printed on the back of each page gets printed on a new page . If you have found a solution to your problem ,can you suggest me a solution to my problem. I have compiled the print file with DUPLEX *YES , AND BACK OVERLAY CONSTANT = *CONSTANT, Gilbert had suggested me to try and give CONSTANT = *NOCONSTANT option, but that too didn't work. With *NOCONSTANT it stopped printing the back overlay. Kindly help me in this regard. Thanks in advance, Sankal
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