Release timer RLSTMR This value determines when the print driver closes the connection to the printer freeing it up to received spooled output from another source once there are no operating system spooled files left in RDY ready status. This parameter defaults to After the specified time has elapsed, another session start request is issued. This parameter defaults to 90 seconds. The acknowledgment request responses from the printer contain information as to the status of pages sent to the printer. If a spooled file contains fewer pages than specified for ACKFRQ, an acknowledgment is requested after the last page of the spooled file is sent.
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User resource library list. Release timer. Restart timer. The port number is hardware specific, but is typically set to one of the following: o for IBM Network Printer 12, 17 and 24 , and and IBM Infoprint 20, 21, 32 and 40 , , and Note: In some cases, port works better for IBM Infoprint , and Series printers, as well as certain Lexmark laser printers. A font ID is required to create the device description.
Unless special requirement in your operation dictate something different, this should suffice. If another message queue is to be used for this particular printer device, verify that the message queue exists before entering the message queue and library in the MSGQ parameter.
The activation timer refers to the amount of time to wait for the LAN-attached printer device to respond. The printer device is considered not available, and an error message is posted if there is no connection before this timer expires. Set it to match your printer type. All other parameters should be specified like any other printer.
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