Preparing the host systems

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For preparing the host systems, please see the following examples:

Example for AIX

  • In the /etc/qconfig file, add a printer that prints to the Host Integration Service:

lphis:

device = @hisServer

up = TRUE

host = xenapp01

s_statfilter = /usr/lib/lpd/bsdshort

l_statfilter = /usr/lib/lpd/bsdlong

rq = optra

@xenapp01:

backend = /usr/lib/lpd/rembak

With host, you are specifying the Host Integration Service address. It must be possi­ble to resolve the name of the computer on which the Host Integration Service is installed – here, xenapp01. Check the entries in /etc/hosts.

For the local printer (lphis) and the remote printer’s queue name (rq) you can spec­ify any name.

Example for Linux

  • In the /etc/printcap file, add a printer that prints to the Host Integration Service:

lphis:\

:lp=:\

:rm=192.168.201.139:\

:rp=optra:\

:sd=/var/spool/lpd/remote:\

:mx#0:\

:sh:

With :rm (remote machine), you are specifying the Host Integration Service address. For the local printer (lphis) and the remote printer’s queue name (:rp) you can specify any name.

 

Example for Windows

  • Add a printer that prints to the Host Integration Service; connect it to an LPR or Standard TCP/IP Port.

With Printer Name or IP Address, you are specifying the Host Integration Ser­vice address. Enable LPR Byte Counting for Standard TCP/IP Ports.

For the local printer and the remote printer’s Queue Name you can specify any name (exception: using the queue name for user name transmission; for this see JobInfo.

Standard-TCP/IP-Port auf Host-Server unter Windows: IP-Adresse des Host Integration Services angeben, LPR wählen und LPR-Bytezählung aktivieren

Standard-TCP/IP-Port auf Host-Server unter Windows: IP-Adresse des Host Integration Services angeben, LPR wählen und LPR-Bytezählung aktivieren

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