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how to setup a print spool in UNIX

Hi support, i am new to basis and to sdn..

could you please help me with how to setup a print spool in UNIX.

Thank you

Martin

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    Posted on Nov 09, 2011 at 04:23 PM

    Message 1 :

    On UNIX:

    1. Login as sidadm

    2. Su - root

    3. Execute "jetadmin" (or use u201Csamu201D if you are familiar with it).

    4. Select option 1

    5. Select option 3

    6. Enter the IP address of the printer

    7. Select option 1 again and assign an appropriate queue name

    8. Follow the instructions to complete

    9. "lpstat -t" to confirm the printer is enabled

    10. Setup on R3

    Message 2:

    On SAP

    1. Transaction u201CSPADu201D

    2. Switch to change mode

    3. Chose Output Device

    4. Select Printer you want to create/copy/change

    5. To use or by pass DAZEL:

    1. use Dazel:

    a. Host Spool Access Method: E

    b. Host Printer: 1_usbprint03_xxxxxx

    c. Logical OMS: R3 SID Dazel LOMS

    2. by pass Dazel:

    a. Host Spool Access Method: L

    b. Host Printer: (queue name on UNIX Spool)

    To test printing, try to print something (i.e. spool server list) and go to Transaction u201CSP01u201D to change the result.

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