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E1: PRINT: Comprehensive Document on Printer Setup and Configuration (Doc ID 1267916.1)

Last updated on MAY 14, 2021

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version SP23 and Prior and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Purpose

Output management refers to managing the different output options available for viewing a report. You can view reports in different file types, send them to different printers, and create output in different forms or paper sizes. JD Edwards EnterpriseOne accommodates simple output processes such as viewing the PDF of a report online or sending it to a network printer. You can also use more complex processes such as sending versions of a report to different printer drawers or defining versions to print to different printers across the enterprise or country. Some output options are defined in initialization files. For the Microsoft Windows client, the jde.ini is read at runtime by the Microsoft Windows client. For the web client, the jas.ini is read at runtime by the JAS server.

This document provides an overview on setting up and configuring printers within the EnterpriseOne software. 

Scope

This document is intended for the System Administrator who will be defining, configuring and troubleshooting printers and printing of reports within the EnterpriseOne environment. 

Details

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In this Document
Purpose
Scope
Details
 Overview
 Tables Associated with Printer Application and Configuration
 Printer Application (P98616)
 Adding a Printer
 Details Needed when Adding a Printer
 Selection of Paper Type
 Adding a Custom Printer Definition Language
 Understanding Null Pass-Through Print Filters
 Updating Printer Definitions Through SQL
 To Correct the Printer Name using a SQL Statement:
 Adding a Default Printer
 Understanding Designated Printers
 Printer Information at Runtime
 To Override Printer in Report Event Rules
 Further Reference
References

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