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EPY: HCM 8.X to 9.2 How to configure Online-check printer? (Doc ID 617352.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 28, 2020

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise HCM Payroll for North America - Version 8 SP1 to 9.2 [Release 8 to 9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


In PS8, online check process runs on application server.  When setting up online printing, options are to a printer or a file. The printer must be attached to the application server rather than a local printer in the payroll office.  Also, if output is sent to a file, that file will reside on the application server rather than on a local PC, requiring access to directories on the server.

Need some guidance on setting up the printer for online check output for 8.3 upgrade testing? Current product below is 7.51 the current check printer is a network installed printer.  We indicated the default printer in the process scheduler server for the test database but no check.  The online check appears to complete successfully but. There is no output.

Release 8.8  navigation to Online Printing information at:
Setup HRMS > Product Related > North American Payroll > Compensation and Earnings > Configure Online Printing

HRMS 8.8, Once a user has a printer configured for online printing there is not a way to change this configuration.  On trying to access the users printer defined from the Configure Online Printer page, the information is not display.  If I then try to change information, such as choose a dfferent server to print, I receive the error:  "Data being added conflicts with existing data. (18,2)"

How to setup  XML Option for Online Checks?

Online Checks doesn't print to printer.
Error! Failed To Print
Print Command Issued: copy "?á" "\\vae1vwprtp2\16N_Checkprinter_HR" 


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