Xerox 4219 MRP Intelligent Printer Data Stream Software Reference Guide PDF

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The REN is useful to determine the quantity of devices you may connect to your telephone line and still have all of those devices ring when your telephone number is called... In most, but not all, areas, the sum of the RENs of all devices connected to one line should not exceed five (5... 0)... To be certain of the number of devices you may connect to your telephone line, as determined by the REN, you should contact your local telephone company to determine the maximum REN for your calling area... The REN for this device is 0... 8B...

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Your printer complies with appropriate safety standards... Specifically regarding lasers, the equipment complies with laser product performance standards set by governmental, international, and national agencies as a Class 1 laser product... It does not emit hazardous light; the beam is totally enclosed during all phases of customer operation and maintenance...

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XEROX MRP FAMILY INTELLIGENT PRINTER DATA STREAM (IPDS) v CONFIGURATION AND REFERENCE GUIDE

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Your Xerox equipment and supplies are designed and tested to meet strict safety requirements... These include safety agency examination, approval, and compliance with established environmental standards...

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U... S... only: If you need any additional safety information concerning the equipment or if you need Xerox supplied materials, call the following toll-free number: 1-800-828-6571...

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If power is not restored by this procedure or if the device interrupts power to the machine again, call your service representative...

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XEROX MRP FAMILY INTELLIGENT PRINTER DATA STREAM (IPDS) ix CONFIGURATION AND REFERENCE GUIDE

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x XEROX MRP FAMILY INTELLIGENT PRINTER DATA STREAM (IPDS) CONFIGURATION AND REFERENCE GUIDE

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This guide is for system administrators as well as individuals who are developing or adapting a program using the IPDS system architecture... Before using this guide, become familiar with its contents and conventions...

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The Xerox Intelligent Printer Data Stream (IPDS) interface allows your Xerox printer to receive and print using IPDS commands... The IPDS interface allows your printer to emulate any of the following IBM printers:

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IM images are image objects that are resolutiondependent, bilevel, and cannot be scaled or compressed... IO images are image objects containing Image Object Content Architecture (IOCA) constructs... IO images are resolutionindependent, bilevel, and can be scaled or compressed...

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XEROX MRP FAMILY INTELLIGENT PRINTER DATA STREAM (IPDS) 1-3 CONFIGURATION AND REFERENCE GUIDE

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The valid printable area (VPA) is the intersection of the current logical page with the printable area of the physical page... Text may be printed at any location in the valid printable area... Printing cannot occur outside of the VPA... Positioning outside of the VPA is possible but generates exceptions...

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If you are producing many similar documents, such as a marketing letter where only the customer name and address change, you need to find a quick way to print on letterhead, merge the variable information into the text of the letter, and sign each one... You can use IPDS to do the following functions:

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Letterheads and business forms are typical applications of overlays... You can merge variable data, such as the customers name and address, with the overlay during printing and you can include other overlays and page segments within an overlay... You can nest overlays, which means you can include several levels of overlays within an overlay, depending on their size...

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IO images are based on Image Object Content Architecture (IOCA)... IO images are raster data images you can compress... Compressed images reduce the amount of data sent to the printer to create them and speed up transmission time... You can scale IO images to correct differences that may occur in the resolution of the scanner as compared to the printer...

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3 of 9 code MSI UPC/CGPC Version A UP/CGPC Version E UPC TwoCharacter Supplemental UPC FiveCharacter Supplemental EAN8 EAN13 2 of 5 Industrial 2 of 5 Matrix 2 of 5 Interleaved Codabar Code 128 EAN TwoDigit Addon EAN FiveDigit Addon Postal Barcode (POSTNET)

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IPDS uses orthogonal coordinate systems to define any point on a page... The distances within these systems are measured in logical units (Lunits) instead of physical picture elements... The coordinate systems are listed in this section... For greater detail, refer to the IBM Intelligent Printer Data Stream Reference, publication number S544341704...

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2... Install a Centronics cable from the parallel port of the PC to the miniCentronics port on the interface card using the adaptor cable included in the option kit...

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If you are working in a twinax environment, you can set the twinax interface to respond only as an IPDS printer... This procedure may have been completed by your service representative during the installation of the IPDS card... This section provides the steps if you need to complete the process...

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The interface card reads the address switch and stores the corresponding printer emulation setting in permanent memory on the interface card... This setting remains in permanent memory until you change it...

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If you are using IPDS in a twinax environment, you can set the twinax interface to respond as both an SCS printer (which must be the primary device) and an IPDS printer (as the secondary device)...

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The interface card reads the address switch and stores the corresponding printer emulation setting in permanent memory on the interface card... This setting remains in permanent memory until you change it...

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ITDS provides a mechanism for communicating actions and resident resources between a host and the Xerox MRP family of printers... You can download the generated AFPDS/ITDS output file to any Xerox MRP family IPDS printer using a personal computer (PC), an IBM AS/400 system, or an IBM host...

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MAKEVB... EXEIBM mainframe utility and sample JCL that allows you to upload the IPDS font set and configuration files from a PC to the host, and then send them from the host to the printer...

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/O Output Filename for the ASCII or binary output file... The filename may include the drive, pathname, filename, and extension... The default drive and pathname is the current directory... The default extension is ... ITX for the ASCII output file and ... IDA for the binary output file... If you do not specify /O, the input filename and default extension is used...

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The printer outputs the IPDS ITDS LOG PRINTOUT... The first sheet of the log indicates the ITDS download is in progress... The second sheet indicates the number of resources received and defined, any resources that were deleted, and the number of errors or warnings that occurred during the download... The download process takes a few minutes...

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The printer outputs the IPDS ITDS LOG PRINTOUT... The first sheet of the log indicates the ITDS download is in progress... The second sheet indicates the number of resources received and defined, any resources that were deleted, and the number of errors or warnings that occurred during the download...

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You must generate resource files each time you change the resource specifications, but you only need to upload the file to the host once... The next time you want to upload a SETPRN... IDA file to the host, just copy the file to the assigned LPT port...

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You can download any configuration file or fontset file (such as an ... IDA or ... B92 file) from an IBM host computer to the printer, as long as your PC is configured to upload files to the host computer (such as IRMA, EXTRA, 3270 emulation)... However, these files must be transferred to the host into a variable blocked machine (VBM) dataset and then reblocked using the MakeVB Utility... Since the file is an AFPDS file, it can be submitted as a job to PSF with the output being routed to your Xerox MRP family IPDS printer...

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//BS36919L JOB (D478), LINKAGE2,CLASS=A,MSGCLASS=X,NOTIFY=BS36919 //* //LKED EXEC PGM=IEWL,PARM=MAP,LIST,XREF,REGION=2048K //SYSLIB DD DSN=SYS1... LINKLIB,DISP=SHR //OBJLIB DD DSN=BS36919... XEROX... OBJ,DISP=SHR //SYSUT1 DD SPACE=(1024,(120,120),,,ROUND),UNIT=VIO //SYSPRINT DD SYSOUT=* //SYSLMOD DD DISP=SHR,DSN=BS36919... XEROX... LOADLIB, // VOL=SER=IRCU06,UNIT=DISK,SPACE=(CYL,(1,2,1)), // DCB=(DSORG=PO,RECFM=U,LRECL=0,BLKSIZE=23200) //SYSLIN DD * INCLUDE OBJLIB(MAKEVB) NAME MAKEVB(R) //*

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//BS36919L JOB (D478), MAKEVB,CLASS=A,MSGCLASS=X,NOTIFY=BS36919 //* //DOIT PROC //S1 EXEC PGM=IEBGENER,REGION=2048K //* //SYSUT1 DD DSN=BS36919... XEROX... ITDSFLS(FONT812),DISP=SHR //SYSUT2 DD DSN=&&TEMP,DISP=(NE,PASS),UNIT=VIO //SYSIN DD DUMMY //SYSOUT DD SYSOUT=* //SYSPRINT DD SYSOUT=* //* S2 EXEC PGM=MAKEVB,REGION=4096K //STEPLIB DD DISP=SHR,DSN=BS36919... XEROX... LOADLIB //SYSIN DD DSN=&&TEMP,DISP=(OLD,DELETE) //SYSOUT DD DISP=SHR,DSN=BS36919... XEROX... ITDSFLS(FONT812) //SYSPRINT DD SYSOUT=* // PEND //* //BS36919 EXEC PROC=DOIT //*

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//BS36919L JOB (D478), IPDS,MSGLEVEL=(1,1),CLASS=A, // MSGCLASS=R,NOTIFY=BS36919 //* /*JOBPARM LINECT=0,ROOM=3456 //* //* THE IPDS PRINTER IS MSGCLASS R AND PRINTER 194 //* // EXEC PGM=IEBGENER //SYSPRINT DD SYSOUT=* //SYSIN DD DUMMY //SYSUT2 DD SYSOUT=*,DEST=PRNTR194 //* //SYSUT1 DD DSN=BS36919... XEROX... ITDSFLS(FONT812),DISP=SHR //*

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Figure 34 shows a sample resource specification file... This sample changes the IPDS settings according to the commands listed SETPRN... ITX, creates a substitution for FGID 27 (substituting FGID 19), saves the settings, and prints the new resource list... Table 32 provides a list of the available resource commands...

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WEIGHT Optional parameter that defines the weight of the FGID... Valid range is as follows: NORMAL (1) BOLD (2) LIGHT (8) The weight of the FGID is used if not specified otherwise in this command... If a font substitution with a weight of BOLD is defined to use a weight of NORMAL or LIGHT, then algorithmic bolding is used, which may impact throughput...

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DELETE_FONT Allows you to delete a font that was stored in the printers nonvolatile memory... FGID The FGID number of the font to delete... WIDTH Defines the width of the font to delete... This value should be in

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DEFINE_IPDS_SHARE Allows you to specify an ASCII string to be sent to the printer at the beginning of each IPDS job... STRING The string to be sent to the printer at the start of the job... END End of the DEFINE_IPDS_SHARE resource...

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Configuration files (... ITX files) define the options that appear in the IPDS Setup section of the IPDS Settings Printout (figure 3- 8)... An example of a configuration file (figure 35) is a copy of the SET4028... ITX file provided on the MakeITDS floppy disk... The Resource Specification (... IRS) file calls out the ... ITX file to create a configuration (... IDA) file, which is downloaded to the printer...

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Table 33 describes the IPDS settings you can modify with the configuration file... All other settings that appear on the IPDS Settings printout are set automatically by the printer... Refer to this table to modify the configuration file... The default settings shown in table 33 are used if you do not change them through the configuration file...

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VPALOGICAL = Use IPDS logical page for VPA check... The valid printable area is the area of the IPDS logical page... The printer returns an error if you try to print outside of the logical page... The printer does not return an error if you try to print within the logical page when the logical page extends beyond the printable area...

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Your IPDS printer will perform an automatic configuration to indicate the Printer Select and Printer Setup parameters of the printer... These parameters identify the model of the printer, how much memory is available on the controller for resources, and whether a stacker and duplex printing are available... In addition, the IPDS interface will recognize the number of trays that are present and the size of paper loaded in each tray... These parameters are listed on the IPDS Settings Printout (figure 38)...

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N Note: When you disable the Autoconfiguration feature, you must send a new MakeITDS file to reconfigure the IPDS interface each time you change the size of paper in a paper tray or change the BIN ID... Failure to correctly define the paper size will produce unpredictable results when auto configuration is disabled...

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Figure 37 shows a sample of the first page of the report... This sample describes the functions and parameters of the twinax interface...

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The following example of the IPDS Settings Printout describes the installed memory and interface, the defined settings for IPDS and the printer, and the type of printer in use...

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The following listings of IPDS Resident Fonts for the 4028 emulation lists the FGID, with attribute, name, and a print sample for all fonts resident on the printer...

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Figure 310 shows the IPDS Resident Codepages for the 4028 emulation, which lists all code pages resident on the printer...

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The following example shows the IPDS Resource List Printout for the 4028 emulation listing the available storage devices and amount of available memory... The printout also lists the current resources, such as fonts, code pages, and the code page version number... The amount of memory each resource uses is displayed...

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This chapter describes how the IBM Intelligent Printer Data Stream (IPDS) is supported on your Xerox MRP printer... The command sets include the following:

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XD6E4 Sense Type and Model This command instructs the printer to report information identifying its printer type and model and its capabilities in the form command set vectors... The command set vectors consist of general information about the command set followed by twobyte pairs identifying individual properties... The coax printer model number is reported as IBM model X02... The twinax printer model number is reported as IBM model X01... If a printer supports duplex, the printer model number is reported as IBM model X12...

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X002C Length <variable> XC4C3 Device Control Function Set XFF10 Device Control/1 subset X6001 Multiple Copies support X702E Load Resource Equivalence XF001 End persistent NACK without leaving IPDS X8008 Mark Form support X800A Alternate Offset Stacker X80F2 Discard Buffered Data support X80F4 Request Resource List support X80F6 Exception Handling Control support X9001 Print Buffered Data support X9003 Specify Group Operation X9005 Erase Residual Print Data support X9007 Erase Residual Font Data support X90F3 Obtain Printer Characteristics support X90F5 Page Counters Control support X9015 Select Input Media Source support X9016 Set Media Origin X9017 Set Media Size X9004 Define Group boundary X9013 Eject to Front Facing

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X0014 Length <variable> XC9D6 IO Image Function Set (optional vector) XFF10 Image/1 subset X1001 Unordered image support X5001 MMR Compression algorithm supported X5003 Uncompressed image support X5081 G3 Facsimile Coding Scheme X5082 G4 Facsimile Coding Scheme X5101 Bit allocation algorithm XA004 Four orthogonal image rotation support

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XD633 Execute Order Anystate X0A00 (Alternate Offset Stacker) Supported... X0C00 (Control Edge Marks) Not supported... XF200 (Discard Buffered Data) Supported... This command returns the printer to the home state regardless of its current position... The IBM 3812/3816 printers flush the buffer (printing the information) before returning to the home state; the IBM 4028 does not... The Xerox IPDS emulation performs as the IBM 4028 does even if you are using the 3812/3816 emulation... When the system encounters the Discard Buffered Data command, the Mark Form is carried forward to the next page... XF600 (Exception Handling Control) Bits 0, 1, and 6 are supported for offset location 2... Bit 6 only supports the value 0, which means exception highlighting is not supported... Bit 7 is supported for offset location 3... Bits 6 and 7 are supported for offset location 4... X0800 (Mark Form) The printer marks the current or next sheet at the top and bottom margins with a 1/2inch (approximate) form... The actual size depends on the current paper size... Even if you are using the 3812/3816 emulation, the mark is identical to the IBM 4028... Under some circumstances, IBM printers discard the Mark Form sequence when an exception occurs on the page... The Xerox IPDS printer will print it... XF800 (Print Quality Control) Not supported... XF400 (Request Resource List) Resource Types X01, X04 through X08, and X10 are supported...

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XF500 (Page Counters Control) The Received Page Counter, Committed Page Counter, and Committed Copy Counter are directly implemented... The other counters are simulated... X0100 (Print Buffered Data) The End Page command always sends all data for that page to the printer and updates the Committed, Operator, Jam, and Stacked counters... X1500 (Select Input Media Source) Bin selection is determined by the configuration file... X1600 (Set Media Origin) Supported... The effective media origin is the selected corner of the physical paper... X1700 (Set Media Size) This order specifies the size of the media... If the printer can determine the dimensions, it may ignore one or both of the physical dimensions specified in this order if a conflict is encountered... If both the SMS and the valid sensor and operator input exist, the printer determines the media size by using the smaller of the SMS and valid sensor or operator input in each dimension... An exception exists if you try to print outside of the valid printable area (VPA)... X0300 (Specify Group Operation) Treated as a No Operation (NOP) command... X0D00 (Stack Received Pages) Not supported...

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The Write Text command controls the presentation of text information on a page, page segment, or overlay... The command supports the PTOCA PT1 and PTOCA PT2 subsets of PTOCA data with the following restrictions or differences:

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XD65E Write Image 2 Support for X95 (Image Encoding Parameter) is limited to X01 (IBM Modified CCITT Modified Read algorithm), X03 (no compression), X81 (CCITT T... 4 G3 facsimile twodimensional coding scheme), and X82 (CCITT T... 6 G4 facsimile two dimensional coding scheme)... Support for X96 (Image Data Element Size Parameter) is limited to 1 or 8 bits per image data point... Support for X97 (Image LookUp Table ID Parameter) is limited to the standard lookup table...

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The command set allows you to store and name data on the printer for repeated use... An overlay is a resource object containing text, image, graphics, or bar code data... Because overlays define their own environment, they are typically used as forms... During printing, IPDS merges the overlay with the logical page...

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XD61F Load Font Control Only singlebyte coded fonts are supported for offset location 2... Only singlebyte coded fonts are supported for bits 23 of offset location 5... Only 3000 units per unit base are supported for offset locations 1213 and 1415... Offset location 21 is not used... Only X00 (ten inches) is supported for offset location 26... Only 3000 pel units per unit base are supported for offset locations 2829 and 3031...

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The printer has predetermined defaults mapping the Input Media Source ID to the paper trays... The ID parameter of the tray information on the Settings Printout corresponds to the IPDS Input Media Source ID... The PRINTERID parameter defines the PCL5 tray command that is generated for the input media source... If an Input Media Source ID is received but not defined on the Settings Printout, it is ignored...

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Note that Input Media Source ID 64 is not defined on the 4215 and 4219 printers... If you want to pull from the manual feed tray by selecting *E1 from the printer file, you must create an additional tray definition as described in the Reconfiguring BIN IDs appendix... This is done by creating a tray definition with an ID of 64 and a PRINTERID of 2... You must also define the size of paper to be fed from the manual feed tray as described in the appendix...

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If a power failure occurs, there may be pages in the controller that were not imaged... There may also be pages in the paper path being printed that were acknowledged to the host, but not actually printed... The number of pages depends on the complexity of the job, as well as the speed of the line sending the job... It is recommended that you run with page checkpointing turned off or set to a high number (such as 100)... This causes the host to resend the whole job or a large number of pages, which should guarantee that no pages are lost...

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PRT(220) CLASS=R, /* IPDS printer simulates a 3812/16*/ MODE=FSS,FSS=FSSE, 3812/3816, A&E rm... 3541 */ ROUTECDE=U220, /* Vtam LU: N15018LO */ PRMODE=(PAGE,LINE,SOSI1),Applid: PSFFSB9 */ UCS=0,SEP=YES,SEPDS=YES,MARK=YES, FCB=STD1,START=NO,CKPTPAGE=100,FLASH=FL

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Once you generate the IBM report, refer to Appendix B of the IBM manual to determine the FGID associated with the font file in the report... PSF font files have names, such as COL00B0A, that must be looked up in the font table to determine the FGID... Next, obtain an IPDS Settings printout and match the FGIDs listed in the Resident Fonts section to the ones that match the fonts in the report generated by ASPRMARK... This allows you to determine whether you have marked the correct fonts at the host... Fonts marked PUBLIC in the ASPRMARK report have been marked properly as printer resident fonts...

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Content fidelity enables the printer to print as much of the document as possible and to highlight the offending portions of the job by entering a description of the problem in the error log on the operators screen at the AS/400... These exceptions are normally caused because the printer does not implement the IPDS ColorOfMedium commands, but the exceptions do not have any noticeable impact on your output...

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Your Xerox IPDS printer has a 50pixel nonprintable area surrounding the IPDS page... This requires that you consider the types of applications you are running on the printer and the valid printable area (VPA) of the page...

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PRINTX and PRINTY parameters The PRINTX and PRINTY parameters define in pels the X and Y offset values, which shift the starting point for printing in the X and Y directions... You can use these parameters with either setting of ADDMARGINS... Each parameter shifts the starting point for printing from the position determined by ADDMARGINS... Positive values move the starting point to the right; negative values move it to the left...

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Table 55 shows the values to program for the 4028 emulation... In the 4028 emulation, some values for CODEPAGEID are not valid for all fonts... CODEPAGEIDs in 4028 emulation are divided into code page groups defined at the bottom of the table... Refer to the Resident code pages appendix for a description of the code points available for each code page...

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Code page Group B consists of Version 0 code page 256 and 289... Code page Group C consists of Version 0 code page 259... Code page Group D consists of Version 0 code page 293 and 310... Code page Group E consists of Version 0 code page 892... Code page Group F consists of Version 0 code page 893... Code page Group G consists of Version 0 code page 1002... Code page Group H consists of Version 0 code page 424... Code page Group I consists of Version 0 code page 420... Code page Group J consists of Version 0 code page 290... Code page Group K consists of Version 0 code page 340... Code page Group L consists of Version 0 code page 437...

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Table 56 shows the values for the 3816/3812 emulation... There are no restrictions regarding code page groups in the 3816/3812 emulation... Although all assignments are recognized, some assignments cause problems, such as assigning an OCR code page to an APL font... No error checking is done in 3816/3812 mode to prevent the user from making these assignments... Refer to the Resident code pages appendix for a description of the code points available for each code page...

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Table 56... 3812/3816 font and code page parameters (continued)

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Your Xerox printer is configured to provide a predetermined set of font substitutions... You may change any of these substitutions or add to them by using the resource commands described in the Configuring IPDS chapter...

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The following table lists the default font substitutions that are provided with the 3816/3812 font set...

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There are a number of font substitutions available on the IBM printers that are not present in the 3812/16 font set... IBM has a number of alternative font sets available for the IBM 3812 and 3816 printers to meet special requirements...

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The 3812/16 font set contains 48 code pages, which is more than available on the IBM 3812 or 3816 printer... In addition, all code pages supported by the two IBM printers operating in a coax environment are present in the font set...

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page with OCR A or OCR B selects either Code page 892 or 893, respectively... 3 Only available on a font card for the IBM 4028...

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A command reject exception indicates the printer rejected an IPDS command without examining the data within the command... There are no alternate exception actions (AEAs) for command reject exceptions... Table A1 lists the supported exceptions IDs for this exception class...

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A specification checkIO image exceptions indicated the printer received an IO image command containing an invalid data parameter or value... For more information, refer to the IBM Data Stream and Object Architecture Image Object Content Architecture (IOCA) Reference, publication number SC316805... Table A4 lists the supported exceptions IDs for this exception class...

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A specification checkbar code exception indicates the printer received a bar code command with an invalid data parameter or value... For more information, refer to the IBM Data Stream and Object Architecture Bar Code Object Content Architecture (BCOCA) Reference, publication number S5443766... Table A5 lists the supported exceptions IDs for this exception class...

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A specification checkgraphics data exception indicates the printer received a graphics command with an invalid data parameter or value... For more information, refer to the IBM Data Stream and Object Architecture Graphics Object Content Architecture (GOCA) Reference, publication number SC316804... Table A6 lists the supported exceptions IDs for this exception class...

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A specification checkgeneral exception indicates the printer received a command with an invalid parameter or value... Table A7 lists the supported exceptions IDs for this exception class...

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A condition requiring host notification indicates the printer detected a condition that should be reported to the host... There are no AEAs for conditions requiring host notification... Table A8 lists the supported exceptions IDs for this exception class...

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This appendix provides examples of the resident code pages... Within each illustration, the top row indicates the high nibble of the code to be looked up and the vertical column on the left indicates the low nibble of the code to be looked up...

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B-28 XEROX MRP FAMILY INTELLIGENT PRINTER DATA STREAM (IPDS) CONFIGURATION AND REFERENCE GUIDE

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XEROX MRP FAMILY INTELLIGENT PRINTER DATA STREAM (IPDS) B-29 CONFIGURATION AND REFERENCE GUIDE

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B-30 XEROX MRP FAMILY INTELLIGENT PRINTER DATA STREAM (IPDS) CONFIGURATION AND REFERENCE GUIDE

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XEROX MRP FAMILY INTELLIGENT PRINTER DATA STREAM (IPDS) B-31 CONFIGURATION AND REFERENCE GUIDE

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B-32 XEROX MRP FAMILY INTELLIGENT PRINTER DATA STREAM (IPDS) CONFIGURATION AND REFERENCE GUIDE

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XEROX MRP FAMILY INTELLIGENT PRINTER DATA STREAM (IPDS) B-33 CONFIGURATION AND REFERENCE GUIDE

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B-34 XEROX MRP FAMILY INTELLIGENT PRINTER DATA STREAM (IPDS) CONFIGURATION AND REFERENCE GUIDE

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XEROX MRP FAMILY INTELLIGENT PRINTER DATA STREAM (IPDS) B-35 CONFIGURATION AND REFERENCE GUIDE

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B-36 XEROX MRP FAMILY INTELLIGENT PRINTER DATA STREAM (IPDS) CONFIGURATION AND REFERENCE GUIDE

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XEROX MRP FAMILY INTELLIGENT PRINTER DATA STREAM (IPDS) B-37 CONFIGURATION AND REFERENCE GUIDE

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B-38 XEROX MRP FAMILY INTELLIGENT PRINTER DATA STREAM (IPDS) CONFIGURATION AND REFERENCE GUIDE

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XEROX MRP FAMILY INTELLIGENT PRINTER DATA STREAM (IPDS) B-39 CONFIGURATION AND REFERENCE GUIDE

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B-40 XEROX MRP FAMILY INTELLIGENT PRINTER DATA STREAM (IPDS) CONFIGURATION AND REFERENCE GUIDE

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XEROX MRP FAMILY INTELLIGENT PRINTER DATA STREAM (IPDS) B-41 CONFIGURATION AND REFERENCE GUIDE

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B-42 XEROX MRP FAMILY INTELLIGENT PRINTER DATA STREAM (IPDS) CONFIGURATION AND REFERENCE GUIDE

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XEROX MRP FAMILY INTELLIGENT PRINTER DATA STREAM (IPDS) B-43 CONFIGURATION AND REFERENCE GUIDE

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B-44 XEROX MRP FAMILY INTELLIGENT PRINTER DATA STREAM (IPDS) CONFIGURATION AND REFERENCE GUIDE

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XEROX MRP FAMILY INTELLIGENT PRINTER DATA STREAM (IPDS) B-45 CONFIGURATION AND REFERENCE GUIDE

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B-46 XEROX MRP FAMILY INTELLIGENT PRINTER DATA STREAM (IPDS) CONFIGURATION AND REFERENCE GUIDE

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XEROX MRP FAMILY INTELLIGENT PRINTER DATA STREAM (IPDS) B-47 CONFIGURATION AND REFERENCE GUIDE

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B-48 XEROX MRP FAMILY INTELLIGENT PRINTER DATA STREAM (IPDS) CONFIGURATION AND REFERENCE GUIDE

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XEROX MRP FAMILY INTELLIGENT PRINTER DATA STREAM (IPDS) B-49 CONFIGURATION AND REFERENCE GUIDE

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B-50 XEROX MRP FAMILY INTELLIGENT PRINTER DATA STREAM (IPDS) CONFIGURATION AND REFERENCE GUIDE

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XEROX MRP FAMILY INTELLIGENT PRINTER DATA STREAM (IPDS) B-51 CONFIGURATION AND REFERENCE GUIDE

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B-52 XEROX MRP FAMILY INTELLIGENT PRINTER DATA STREAM (IPDS) CONFIGURATION AND REFERENCE GUIDE

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XEROX MRP FAMILY INTELLIGENT PRINTER DATA STREAM (IPDS) B-53 CONFIGURATION AND REFERENCE GUIDE

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After specifying the BIN and paper size with the TRAY and ENDTRAY MakeITDS commands, the paper sizes must also be defined if they differ from the sizes shown in the following figures... Since the IPDS interface will convert the datastream to PCL5, you must define the PCL papersize for each of the different paper sizes you intend to use...

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PAPER LEGAL PRINTAREAX 50 PRINTAREAY 50 PRINTAREAWIDTH 2450 PRINTAREAHEIGHT 4100 LOGICALPAGEX 75 LOGICALPAGEY 0 LOGICALPAGEWIDTH 2400 LOGICALPAGEHEIGHT 4200

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PAPER A5 PRINTAREAX 50 PRINTAREAY 50 PRINTAREAWIDTH 1654 PRINTAREAHEIGHT 2380 LOGICALPAGEX 71 LOGICALPAGEY 0 LOGICALPAGEWIDTH 1612 LOGICALPAGEHEIGHT 2480

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PAPER EXECUTIVE PRINTAREAX 50 PRINTAREAY 50 PRINTAREAWIDTH 2075 PRINTAREAHEIGHT 3050 LOGICALPAGEX 75 LOGICALPAGEY 0 LOGICALPAGEWIDTH 2025 LOGICALPAGEHEIGHT 3150

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PAPER ENV_MONARCH PRINTAREAX 50 PRINTAREAY 50 PRINTAREAWIDTH 1062 PRINTAREAHEIGHT 2150 LOGICALPAGEX 75 LOGICALPAGEY 0 LOGICALPAGEWIDTH 1012 LOGICALPAGEHEIGHT 2250

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PAPER ENV_COM_10 PRINTAREAX 50 PRINTAREAY 50 PRINTAREAWIDTH 1137 PRINTAREAHEIGHT 2750 LOGICALPAGEX 75 LOGICALPAGEY 0 LOGICALPAGEWIDTH 1087 LOGICALPAGEHEIGHT 2850

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PAPER ENV_C5 PRINTAREAX 50 PRINTAREAY 50 PRINTAREAWIDTH 1813 PRINTAREAHEIGHT 2604 LOGICALPAGEX 71 LOGICALPAGEY 0 LOGICALPAGEWIDTH 1771 LOGICALPAGEHEIGHT 2704

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** In the U... S... , the Printer Language Reference for PCL 5 and PostScript is not shipped with the printer... To order this document, fill out and mail the Printer Language Reference Order Card found at the back of the System Administrator Guide... The manual is shipped at no charge to you...

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For information about current Xerox training classes and workshops, refer to the Xerox Customer Education: Printing Systems Catalog, 610P30238 (U... S... only)... In other locations, see your local representative for details...

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This section lists the IBM publications that provide greater detail about the IPDS system architecture and related architectures...

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ASCII American Standard Code for Information Interchange... It is a 7 bit (or 8bit) coding scheme used for the computer representation of letters, numbers, punctuation marks, and other symbols commonly found on a standard typewriter... It also represents special unprintable characters used by computer devices, that is, carriage return, line feed, form feed, escape, and so forth...

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HPGL/2 HewlettPackard Graphics Language Level 2... Industry standard language for pen plotters that is integrated into the PCL 5 printer language... Allows drawing of vector (line) drawings, such as circles and rectangles...

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IPDS Intelligent Printer Data Stream... IBMs Systems Application Architecture hosttoprinter data stream for advanced function printing subsystems... It provides an interface to allpoints addressable (APA) printers that make possible the presentation of pages containing an architecturally unlimited mixture of different data types: highquality text, raster image, vector graphics, and bar code...

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SCS SNA Character String... One logical record that is physically sent to the printer in several parts, each of which is exactly 256 bytes long with the exception of the last part... The SCS data stream consists of a 1byte printer control code followed by the data to be printed...

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Write Text command IPDS command used to control the presentation of text information on a page, page segment, or overlay...

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C C22... 2 NO 950 (CSA), vii Canada resident code page, B-1 Canada (French) resident code page, B-9 Canadian department of communications, iv Canadian French resident code page, B-5, B-32 CCITT, 1-1 to 1-2 Centronics parallel cable, 3-3 checkpoint capability, IBM host, 5-3 Class 1 laser, iv Class A device, iii to iv coax interface, 2-1, 3-20 Codabar, 1-1, 1-8, 4-9 Code 128, 1-1, 1-8, 4-9 CODEPAGEVERSION setting, 3-16 code page

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IBMEMULATION setting, 3-16 Iceland resident code page, B-49 IEC950, vii IM Image command set, 4-7 IM images, 1-2, 1-7 Image Object Content Architecture, see IOCA IMSMOOTHING setting, 4-7 Include

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physical page, 1-2 to 1-3, 1-9 Philippines resident code page, B-39 port timeouts, 5-6 Portugal resident code page, B-14, B-38 Postal Barcode, see POSTNET POSTNET, 1-1, 1-8, 4-9 power, resetting, viii primary device, setting, 2-4 to 2-5 printable area, 1-4, 5-7 to 5-8 printer

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S safety information, additional, vii SCS data stream, 2-2 secondary device, identifying, 2-5 Sense Type and Model command, 4-2 to 4-4 Set Home State command, 4-2 settings, configuration, 3-16 to 3-18 Spain resident code page, B-16, B-21, B-39 Spanish resident code page, B-15 Spanish Speaking resident code page, B-40 Sweden resident code page, B-11, B-20, B-34 Symbol Set 7 resident code page, B-4 SYNC LED, 2-2, 2-4

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