When you created the printer device description on the iSeries side, it contains a place for a seperator file and drawer to use. check that to make sure it does not contain anything. also the printer file used to create the report has a seperator page number from 0 to 9 on the file so check which printer file it is using that is giving you the seperator page. If neither of these are setup on the iSeries, then look at the settings on the printer itself.
Hope that helps.
Bruce Battersby – lovemyi
Used command CHGDEVPRT and the keyword SEPDRAWER would only allow 0-9, *File or *Same. Tried *None under the SEPPGM keyword but this still had no effect.
In the end, needed to use command CHGOUTQ OUTQ(Outq Name) SEPPAGE(*No), having first ended all writers associated with the output queue. Once done, needed to restart the affected writers.