Using two Output Queues to send prints to one IPDS 4247 Z03 Printer?

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Are we able to set up two queues pointing to the same IP address in the DEVD? We are worried that the Printer has no Queuing capability and will cause issues? Is this correct or is this just an old fashioned hangover from old Line Feed Printers. Are these newer IPDS printers capable of handling this scenario or not? I cannot find any literature to say one way or the other. Thanks

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  • CharlieBrowne
    You can only have one Writer attached to a Queue.
    So one solution is to have the Print Writer started with the most used Output Queue.
    Then either manually monitor the 2nd queue and just move the SPLFs to the 1st queue or have a program monitoring the 2nd queue to do this automatically. I'm sure there are samples of code to do this on the www. If this does not resolve your issue, or you have other questions, please come back for more assistance.
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