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printer to be used in DSD application

Hi,

My client is using HP printers right now with an legacy application instaled on Palm Devices.

They print using Bluetooth.

We are developing MDSD application for them and want to know about the devices which we can use.

We are at MI 7.0 sp16.

Will we be able to use the old HP printers which they are using right now for printing using Bluetooth.

Suppose we go for Intermec devices , will it be possible for intermec devices to give print command to HP A4 size printer using bluetooth.If yes how can this be achieved.Please give a brief for the same.

Regards,

Akhil

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    Posted on Apr 07, 2009 at 05:13 AM

    Hello Akhil,

    The mentioned HP printer is not supported by MI as part of STD offering and for that reason you will not be able use it with any device running STD MI and SAP MDSD. If your client needs to use this printer against SAP MI/MDSD to save his investment, its still possible - You will have to develop a printer driver (native and java component). Further as you mentioned as an other requirement of A4 size, its a matter of adapting the reports to A4 size etc. in MDSD. Your client has an option to use any device which can run SAP MI.

    To develop this driver your client needs to contact companies like us who does this as one our our core areas. Please see. - http://www.indience.com/index.php/services/peripheral-devices-integration.html. If you need any further info please contact me.

    Best Regards

    - Anup

    http://www.indience.com

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    Posted on May 25, 2011 at 04:38 PM

    Got drivers from Anup.

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