Problem printing multiple copies

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Philippe is having a problem with multiple copies of remote outques on all his iSeries systems -- V5R3M0, V5R2M0, and V5R1M0. He says, "I've created remote outqs on my iSeries that are attached on a Windows server. When i try to print a spool that is in few copies, only one copy writes." Can you help Philippe? -- Michelle Davidson, editor, Search400.com
ASKED: October 11, 2005  10:15 AM
UPDATED: October 17, 2005  11:49 AM

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you are facing an argument not transmitted : the windows print server don’t understand (or take care) of the request.

Ask your printer vendor for a tested 400 configuration (probably a customised *WSCST)

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  • MichelleDavidson
    Phillipe ended up turning to IBM support for help. Here's what they said: In a remote outq (with an IP Adress), for printers like HP* for exemple, you must change the parameter with value 'XAIX' (in big caracters), like that: Options de destination . . . . .DESTOPT('XAIX') -- Michelle Davidson, editor, Search400.com
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