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Pre-Built Workstation Customizing Objects (WSCSTs) from IBM System i Remote Technical Support

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Problem

This document contains a save file with pre-built WSCST objects for some of the most requested and most helpful customizations. The save file also contains a source physical file with the WSCST source code.

Resolving The Problem

This document contains a save file with pre-built Workstation Customizing Objects (WSCSTs) for some of the most requested and most helpful customizations. The save file also contains a source physical file with the WSCST source code for each pre-built WSCST object.

This document was last updated on 24 October 2013.

Caution: The Workstation Customizing Objects (WSCSTs) and WSCST source code contained in the attached save file is provided as is by IBM iSeries Remote Technical Support. They are not guaranteed to do everything you might want to do with a modified WSCST object and are not guaranteed to work with any specific printer without further modification or customization. The creation of a custom transform table to your specifications might require working through a consulting agreement.
    • - Pre-Built Workstation Customizing Objects (WSCSTs) for HP PCL5-compatible Printers



      The QWSCST save file contains 13 *WSCST objects for HP PCL5-compatible printers. These *WSCST objects are PCL5, PCL5AUTOSL, PCL5AUTOS2, PCL5RASTER, PCL5RASTR2, PCL5DUPLEX, PCL5SIMPLX, PCL5TUMBLE, PCL5COUR, PCL5GOTHIC, PCL5PORTRT, PCL5UB04A, and PCL5UB04B. All of these *WSCST objects are based on the *HP4, *HP5, *LEXOPTRAT and *INFOPRINT1140 manufacturer types and models (MFRTYPMDLs). The following table describes the changes that are common to all of the *WSCST objects for HP PCL5-compatible printers:

      oThe pre-built WSCST objects for HP PCL5-compatible printers select ASCII Code Page 850 rather than ASCII code page 437 using the Default ASCII Code Page (DFTASCCP) tag. Some system-supplied WSCST objects transform EBCDIC text into ASCII code page 437; however, the newer ASCII Code page 850 is now supported by most current printers. In addition, ASCII code page 850 has more characters in common with the EBCDIC code pages; for example, code pages 37 and 500, and is, therefore, a better match.

      For details on the DFTASCCP change, please refer to the following document:

      N1010136: Customizing the Code Page 37 to 850 Translation Table
      oThe pre-built WSCST objects for HP PCL5-compatible printers use the Euro Symbol (EUROSYMBOL) tag to indicate that the printer is expected to have built-in, or resident, support for the Euro currency symbol ("€").
      oThe pre-built WSCST objects for HP PCL5-compatible printers uses the same Customizing Paper Drawer Selection (DWRSLT) and Additional Drawer Table Entry (ADDDRWTBLE) tags used for *HP4, *HP5, *LEXOPTRAT, *INFOPRINT1140, and several other manufacturer types and models (MFRTYPMDLs). Some of the MFRTYPMDLs have more ADDDRWTBLE tags than others, and the pre-built WSCST objects use a super-set of those used in these MFRTYPMDLs.
      oThe pre-built WSCST objects for HP PCL5-compatible printers have several Additional Drawer Table Entry (ADDDRWTBLE) tags that have been added to map DRAWER(201) to a PCL5 Paper Source command of Ec&l1H (X'1B266C3148'), DRAWER(202) to Ec&l2H, and so on, through DRAWER(239), which is mapped to Ec&l39H.

      As of 8 October 2008, a change was made to also map DRAWER(200) to Ec&l0H (X'1B266C3048') which indicates to print using the current page settings (n other words, no change or use the current paper tray).

      As of 30 September 2011, a change was made to include two new *WSCST objects that involve changes to the drawer selection. The PCL5AUTOSL *WSCST object maps the DWRSLT tags for DRAWER1 and DRAWER, as well as all of the ADDDRWTBLE tags, to Ec&l7H (X'1B266C3748') which is the Paper Source command for auto-select on most newer HP LaserJet printers. The PCL5AUTOS2 *WSCST object does not send any Paper Source commands in the DWRSLT tags for DRAWER1 and DRAWER or in any of the ADDDRWTBLE tags, so the printer should select the default paper tray.

      This provides a relatively easy way to test which value is required to select a specific paper tray. After the correct Paper Source value has been identified, copy the WSCST source member, and specify that Paper Source value in the DWRSLT or ADDDRWTBLE tag that corresponds to the value of the Source drawer (DRAWER) parameter in the attributes of your spooled files.

      Note: Not all Paper Source values specified in the ADDDRWTBLE tags will be supported on any given printer.
      The following table describes the changes that have been made for each of the individual *WSCST objects for HP PCL5-compatible printers:
      *WSCST NameDescription of Workstation customizing object (WSCST) parameter
      PCL5The PCL5 WSCST object contains modified CPI in COR Mode (CPICOR) tags so that:

      10 Characters per Inch (CPI) fonts will be compressed to a 13.3 CPI font rather than a 17.1 CPI font. Therefore, 132-column spooled files will fit in landscape on Letter sized (8.5 x 11 inch) paper without excess white space to the right.

      12 Characters per Inch (CPI) fonts will be compressed to a 15 CPI font.

      15 Characters per Inch (CPI) fonts will be compressed to a 20 CPI font.

      For details on the CPICOR changes, please refer to the following document:

      N1018530: Controlling the Font that Host Print Transform (HPT) Selects when Performing Computer Output Reduction (COR)

      Note: This will be done for all of the other pre-built WSCST objects for HP PCL5-compatible printers with the exception of PCL5COUR, PCL5GOTHIC, and PCL5PORTRT.
      PCL5AUTOSL
      PCL5AUTOS2
      The PCL5AUTOSL and PCL5AUTOS2 WSCST objects contain the same CPICOR changes as the PCL5 WSCST object and also changes to the Customizing Paper Drawer Selection (DWRSLT) and Additional Drawer Table Entry (ADDDRWTBLE) tags for automatic drawer selection. The PCL5AUTOSL WSCST object sends a '1B266C3748'X which is the PCL5 Paper Source command for auto-select on most newer PCL-capable printers, and the PCL5AUTOS2 WSCST sends no PCL5 Paper Source commands at all. The result should typically be that the printer selects the default paper tray.

      For details on the DWRSLT and ADDDRWTBLE changes, please refer to the following document:

      N1011472: Forcing Auto Select for Drawer Selection using Host Print Transform (HPT)
      PCL5RASTERThe PCL5RASTER WSCST object contains the same CPICOR changes as the PCL5 WSCST object, and also contain changes to the Raster Mode (RASTERMODE) tag to print *AFPDS spooled files in Raster Mode. Specifically, this resolve a common problem of overlapping print for *AFPDS spooled files.

      For details on the RASTERMODE change, please refer to the following document:

      N1010127: Raster Imaging for Host Print Transform (HPT)
      PCL5RASTR2The PCL5RASTR2 WSCST object contains the same CPICOR changes as the PCL5 WSCST object, and also changes the Raster Mode (RASTERMODE) tag to print both *SCS and *AFPDS spooled files in Raster Mode. Specifically, this resolves a common problem of overlapping print for *AFPDS spooled files, as well a common problem printing 10 CPI spooled files with Computer Output Reduction (COR) at 13.3 CPI on printers that do not have scalable fonts.

      For details on the RASTERMODE change, please refer to the following document:

      N1010127: Raster Imaging for Host Print Transform (HPT)
      PCL5DUPLEX
      PCL5SIMPLX
      PCL5TUMBLE
      The PCL5DUPLEX, PCL5SIMPLX, and PCL5TUMBLE WSCST objects contain the same CPICOR changes as the PCL5 WSCST object and also changes to the Set Simplex Printing (SMPXPRT), Set Duplex Printing (DUPXPRT), and Set Tumble Duplex Printing (TUMDUPXPRT) tags to force duplex, simplex, or tumble duplex printing. Also, a null Shift Out (SO) tag will be added to tell Host Print Transform (HPT) not to send page formatting controls on successive page boundaries. This causes the printer to continue with simplex, or single-sided printing.

      The PCL5DUPLEX WSCST object is set up so duplex printing (printing on both sides) is done for all spooled files if the printer hardware supports duplex printing. Tumble duplex printing (printing on both sides with a 180-degree rotation on the back side) is still done for spooled files that have the Print on both sides (DUPLEX) parameter set to *TUMBLE.

      The PCL5SIMPLX WSCST object is set up so simplex printing (printing on one side only) is done for all spooled files, even when the Print on both sides (DUPLEX) parameter is set to *YES or *TUMBLE.

      The PCL5TUMBLE WSCST object is set up so tumble duplex printing (printing on both sides with a 180-degree rotation on the back side) is done for all spooled files if the printer hardware supports tumble duplex printing. Duplex printing (printing on both sides without a 180-degree rotation on the back side) is done for spooled files that have the Print on both sides (DUPLEX) parameter set to *YES.

      For details on the SMPXPRT, DUPXPRT, TUMDUPXPRT, and SO changes, please refer to the following document:

      N1019006: Simpler Method for Controlling Duplex Print by Modifying a Workstation Customizing Object (WSCST)
      PCL5COUR
      PCL5GOTHIC
      The PCL5COUR and PCL5GOTHIC WSCST objects contain the same CPICOR changes as the PCL5 WSCST object. The PCL5COUR WSCST object also changes the Set Characters per Inch in COR Mode (CPICOR), Font Group Entry (FNTGRPE), and Individual Font Entry (INDFNTE) tags to send PCL5 Font Selection commands to request a printer-resident Courier font, and the PCL5GOTHIC WSCST object changes the CPICOR, FNTGRPE, and INDFNTE tags to send PCL5 Font Selection commands to request a printer-resident Letter Gothic font.

      For details on the CPICOR, FNTGRPE and INDFNTE changes, please refer to the following documents:

      N1018530: Controlling the Font that Host Print Transform (HPT) Selects when Performing Computer Output Reduction (COR)
      N1010124: Creating a Specific Font (INDFNTE Tag)
      N1010146: Creating a Font Group Definition
      N1010138: Breakdown of HP PCL5 Font Strings

      Note: Proportionally Spaced Mode (PSM) fonts do not print in a printer-resident Courier or Letter Gothic font; instead, it prints in the same fonts used in the PCL5 WSCST object and all of the system-supplied MFRTYPMDL settings for PCL-compatible printers, CG Times. The entire 154 - 200 font range is set up to use a CG Times Medium 12-point font as is individual font ID 186. Font ID 187 is set up to use a CG Times Bold 12-point font, Font ID 188 is set up to use a CG Times Italic Medium 12-point font, and Font ID 189 is set up to use a CG Times Italic Bold 12-point font.
      PCL5PORTRTThe PCL5PORTRT WSCST object contains the same CPICOR changes as the PCL5 WSCST object except that the Paper Orientation (PRTORIENT) tags are set up to force all spooled files to print in portrait and the Set Characters per Inch in COR Mode (CPICOR) tags are set up to compress 10 CPI fonts to 17.1 CPI, compress 12 CPI fonts to 20 CPI, and compress 15 CPI fonts to 25 CPI.

      For details on the PRTORIENT and CPICOR change, please refer to the following document:

      N1010170: Forcing Spooled Files to Print in Portrait instead of COR Using Host Print Transform (HPT)
      PCL5UB04A
      PCL5UB04B
      The PCL5UB04A and PCL5UB04B WSCST objects contains the same CPICOR changes as the PCL5 WSCST object, but also set the NOPRTBDR (No Print Border) tags for LEFT/PORTRAIT and RIGHT/PORTRAIT to 1 pel.

      With the PCL5UB04A WSCST object, HP Printer Job Language (PJL) and HP Printer Control Language (PCL) commands are sent to the printer to activate WHOLEPAGE printing and to send the Left Offset Registration and Skip Perforation PCL commands to start printing at the left unprintable border when using Host Print Transform (HPT). With the PCL5UB04B WSCST object, HP Printer Job Language (PJL) and HP Printer Control Language (PCL) commands are sent to the printer to activate EDGE-TO-EDGE printing and to send the Left Offset Registration and Skip Perforation PCL commands to start printing at the left unprintable border when using Host Print Transform (HPT).

      Both of these were developed specifically for printing UB-04 Forms, but can be for other applications, provided that the printer hardware supports either WHOLEPAGE or EDGE-TO-EDGE printing and activating WHOLEPAGE or EDGE-TO-EDGE mode using PJL commands.

      For details on the Whole Page and Edge-to-Edge (or UB-04 Form) changes, please refer to the following document:

      N1018916: Sending PJL Commands to Activate Whole Page or Edge-to-Edge Printing for Printing UB-04 Forms

      Notes:

      The most recent IBM Infoprint 1xxx printers and Lexmark Optra printers and some printers from Ricoh, Savin, Nashuatec, Rex-Rotary, Gestetner, Lanier and Infotec, support "whole page" printing that allows printing more than 8.0 inches on a line when in HP PCL5e/PCL6 mode. Whole page printing can be activated through the printer hardware settings; however, it should also be able to be activated through HP PJL commands.

      Specific models of HP LaserJet printers support edge-to-edge printing that can be activated with different HP PJL commands; however, this is not supported on all HP printers. According to documentation from HP.com, edge-to-edge printing is supported with the HP LaserJet 5100, 8150, 9000 and 9000mfp series printers. Edge-to-edge printing is not supported on the HP LaserJet 1150, 1200, 1300, 2200, 2300, 4100, 4100mfp, 4200, nor 4300 series printers.

      • - Pre-Built Workstation Customizing Objects (WSCSTs) for IBM and Epson-compatible Dot Matrix/Line Printers



        The QWSCST save file contains 14 *WSCST objects for IBM-compatible and Epson-compatible dot matrix and line printers. These *WSCST objects are EPDFXDRAFT, EPDFXNLQ, EPFXDRAFT, EPFXNLQ, EPLQDRAFT, EPLQNLQ, EPSQDRAFT, EPSQNLQ, IBMDRAFT, IBMNLQ, IBM64DRAFT, IBM64NLQ, IBM64EPDRF, and IBM64EPNLQ. The following table describes the changes that have been made for each of the individual *WSCST objects for IBM-compatible and Epson-compatible dot matrix and line printers:

        *WSCST NameMFRTYPMDLDescription of Workstation customizing object (WSCST) parameter
        EPDFXDRAFT
        EPDFXNLQ
        *EPDFX5000
        *EPDFX8000
        The EPDFXDRAFT and EPDFXNLQ WSCST objects are both based on the *EPDFX5000 and *EPDFX8000 Manufacturer type and model (MFRTYPMDL) settings and contain modified Print Quality (PRTQLTY) tags. The EPDFXDRAFT WSCST object forces all spooled files to print in draft quality and the EPDFXNLQ WSCST object will force all spooled files to print in Near-Letter Quality (NLQ) regardless of the setting of the Print quality (PRTQLTY) parameter in the spooled file attributes.
        EPFXDRAFT
        EPFXNLQ
        *EPFX870
        *EPFX1170
        The EPFXDRAFT and EPFXNLQ WSCST objects are both based on the *EPFX870 and *EPFX1170 Manufacturer type and model (MFRTYPMDL) settings and contain modified Print Quality (PRTQLTY) tags. The EPFXDRAFT WSCST object will force all spooled files to print in draft quality and the EPFXNLQ WSCST object will force all spooled files to print in Near-Letter Quality (NLQ) regardless of the setting of the Print quality (PRTQLTY) parameter in the spooled file attributes.
        EPLQDRAFT
        EPLQNLQ
        *EPLQ570
        *EPLQ870
        *EPLQ1170
        The EPLQDRAFT and EPLQNLQ WSCST objects are both based on the *EPLQ570, *EPLQ870 and *EPLQ1170 Manufacturer type and model (MFRTYPMDL) settings and contain modified Print Quality (PRTQLTY) tags. The EPLQDRAFT WSCST object forces all spooled files to print in draft quality and the EPLQNLQ WSCST object will force all spooled files to print in Near-Letter Quality (NLQ) regardless of the setting of the Print quality (PRTQLTY) parameter in the spooled file attributes.
        EPSQDRAFT
        EPSQNLQ
        *EPSQ870
        *EPSQ1170
        The EPSQDRAFT and EPSQNLQ WSCST objects are both based on the *EPSQ870 and *EPSQ1170 Manufacturer type and model (MFRTYPMDL) settings and contain modified Print Quality (PRTQLTY) tags. The EPSQDRAFT WSCST object will force all spooled files to print in draft quality and the EPSQNLQ WSCST object forces all spooled files to print in Near-Letter Quality (NLQ) regardless of the setting of the Print quality (PRTQLTY) parameter in the spooled file attributes.
        IBMDRAFT
        IBMNLQ
        *IBM42012
        *IBM42013
        *IBM42022
        *IBM42023
        The IBMDRAFT and IBMNLQ WSCST objects are both based on the *IBM42012, *IBM42013, *IBM42022, and *IBM42023 Manufacturer type and model (MFRTYPMDL) settings and contain modified Print Quality (PRTQLTY) tags. The IBMDRAFT WSCST object forces all spooled files to print in draft quality, and the IBMNLQ WSCST object forces all spooled files to print in Near-Letter Quality (NLQ) regardless of the setting of the Print quality (PRTQLTY) parameter in the spooled file attributes.
        IBM64DRAFT
        IBM64NLQ
        *IBM6400
        *IBM6404
        *IBM6408
        *IBM6412
        The IBM64DRAFT and IBM64NLQ WSCST objects are based on the *IBM6400, *IBM6404, *IBM6408, and *IBM6412 Manufacturer type and model (MFRTYPMDL) settings and contain modified Print Quality (PRTQLTY) tags. The IBM64DRAFT WSCST object forces all spooled files to print in draft quality, and the IBM64NLQ WSCST object forces all spooled files to print in Near-Letter Quality (NLQ) regardless of the setting of the Print quality (PRTQLTY) parameter in the spooled file attributes.
        IBM64EPDRF
        IBM64EPNLQ
        *IBM6400EP
        *IBM6404EP
        *IBM6408EP
        *IBM6412EP
        The IBM64EPDRF and IBM64EPNLQ WSCST objects are based on the *IBM6400EP, *IBM6404EP, *IBM6408EP, and *IBM6412EP Manufacturer type and model (MFRTYPMDL) settings and contain modified Print Quality (PRTQLTY) tags. The IBM64EPDRF WSCST object forces all spooled files to print in draft quality, and the IBM64EPNLQ WSCST object will force all spooled files to print in Near-Letter Quality (NLQ) regardless of the setting of the Print quality (PRTQLTY) parameter in the spooled file attributes.

        Note: For details on the PRTQLTY changes made to each of the above WSCST objects, please refer to the following document:

        N1010300: Forcing All Output to Draft Quality or Near-Letter Quality (NLQ) using Host Print Transform (HPT)

        • - Using the Pre-Built Workstation Customizing Objects (WSCSTs)



          After the pre-built Workstation Customizing Objects (WSCSTs) have been restored to the system, the WSCST object of your choice must be specified in the configuration on the IBM System i products so the writer knows to have Host Print Transform (HPT) use the WSCST object rather than using the system-supplied WSCST object that corresponds to the Manufacturer type and model (MFRTYPMDL) setting. How the WSCST object is specified depends on how the printer is configured on the System i.

          For *LCL, *RMT, and *LAN printer device descriptions, the WSCST object can be specified in the printer device description by ending the writer, varying off the printer device description, and using the Change Device Desc (Printer) (CHGDEVPRT) command to set the Workstation customizing object (WSCST) parameter to the name of the modified WSCST object. Then, the printer device description can be varied back on and the printer writer started again.

          For Remote Output Queues, the WSCST object can be specified in the output queue description by ending the writer and using the Change Output Queue (CHGOUTQ) command to set the Workstation customizing object (WSCST) parameter to the name of the WSCST object. Then, start the remote writer again.

          For *VRT device descriptions, it depends on printer emulation software or hardware being used. Some third-party printer emulation software requires you to manually change the WSCST parameter in the printer device description; for example, for a *LCL, *RMT, or *LAN printer device description. However, other printer emulation software (including PC5250) require that any Workstation Customizing Object (WSCST) be specified in the printer session profile. Then, the change is automatically be reflected in the *VRT printer device description the next time the printer session connects to the System i. If the WSCST is manually changed in the printer device description in the case of a PC5250 printer session, it will get set back to *NONE when the printer session connects to the System i.

          For specific instructions on using Host Print Transform (HPT) with your device descriptions or Remote Output Queues (RMTOUTQs), refer to one of the following documents:

          N1010288: Using Host Print Transform (HPT) with a *LAN Device Description
          N1019713: Using Host Print Transform (HPT) with a Remote Output Queue (RMTOUTQ)
          N1019712: Using Host Print Transform (HPT) with a *LCL or *RMT Device Description
          N1019470: Using Host Print Transform (HPT) with a PC5250 Printer Session at V5R1M0 and Above
          N1019670: Using Host Print Transform (HPT) with a Third Party Emulation Package

          • - Restoring the WSCST Objects and WSCST Source Code from the Attached Save File



            The WSCST objects and the WSCST source code can be restored from the attached save file using the following instructions:

            1Create a save file called QWSCST using the following Create Save File (CRTSAVF) command:

            CRTSAVF FILE(QGPL/QWSCST)
                    TEXT('Pre-Built WSCST Objects from iSeries Support')
            2Detach or download the qwscst.savf file to a directory on your PC.

            qwscst.savfqwscst.savf

            Note: After the save file is on your PC, upload it using FTP, in binary mode, using the remainder of these instructions.
            3Bring up a Microsoft Windows Command Prompt on your PC.
            4Use the CD command to connect to the folder that contains the save file (for example, type CD C:\Temp if the save file was saved in the Temp folder).
            5Type FTP <iSeries-system-name> to start an FTP session to the system. Sign on the system using your user profile and password.
            6Type BIN at the FTP prompt to force the data transmission to binary data.
            7Type CD QGPL to change the working directory to the QGPL library (or the library where the save file was generated).

            Note: If this fails with an error that says the library was not found, it could be caused by the FTP attributes on the operating system being set up with the Initial name format (NAMEFMT) parameter set to *PATH rather than *LIB, or in other words FTP might be set up to connect to the Integrated File System rather than to the library structure. Use the Change FTP Attributes (CHGFTPA) command to determine this or to change the setting, or you can try typing CD /QSYS.LIB/QGPL.LIB. Another option is to try typing QUOTE SITE NAMEFMT 0 and then typing CD QGPL.
            8Type SEND QWSCST.SAVF QWSCST to upload the QWSCST.SAVF file to the QWSCST save file.

            Note: If using NAMEFMT 1, type QUOTE SITE NAMEFMT 0 to change to NAMEFMT 0 before typing the above SEND command, or type SEND QWSCST.SAVF QWSCST.FILE.
            9Type QUIT to end the FTP session.
            10Type EXIT to close the Windows Command Prompt.
            11Use the following Display Save File (DSPSAVF) command to verify that the file has been uploaded successfully:

            DSPSAVF FILE(QGPL/QWSCST)

            For a complete list of objects in the QWSCST save file, refer to the Contents of the QWSCST Save File and the QWSCSTSRC Source Physical File section below.

            Note: If unsuccessful, repeat the above steps making sure to follow the instructions exactly. Most important is the steps to type BIN at the FTP prompt to ensure that the qwscst.savf file is uploaded in binary mode.
            12After the PC file has been successfully uploaded to the QWSCST save file, you can restore the objects from the QWSCST save file to the QGPL library using the following Restore Object (RSTOBJ) command:

            RSTOBJ OBJ(*ALL) SAVLIB(QGPL) DEV(*SAVF) OBJTYPE(*ALL)
                   SAVF(QGPL/QWSCST)

            Contents of the QWSCST Save File and the QWSCSTSRC Source Physical File

            The above Display Save File (DSPSAVF) command will show that the QWSCST save file contains the following objects:

            ObjectTypeAttributeOwner
            EPDFXDRAFT*WSCST
            QSYS
            EPDFXNLQ*WSCST
            QSYS
            EPFXDRAFT *WSCST
            QSYS
            EPFXNLQ*WSCST
            QSYS
            EPLQDRAFT *WSCST
            QSYS
            EPLQNLQ*WSCST
            QSYS
            EPSQDRAFT*WSCST
            QSYS
            EPSQNLQ*WSCST
            QSYS
            IBMDRAFT*WSCST
            QSYS
            IBMNLQ*WSCST
            QSYS
            IBM64DRAFT*WSCST
            QSYS
            IBM64EPDRF*WSCST
            QSYS
            IBM64EPNLQ*WSCST
            QSYS
            IBM64NLQ*WSCST
            QSYS
            PCL5*WSCST
            QSYS
            PCL5AUTOSL*WSCST
            QSYS
            PCL5AUTOS2*WSCST
            QSYS
            PCL5COUR*WSCST
            QSYS
            PCL5DUPLEX*WSCST
            QSYS
            PCL5GOTHIC*WSCST
            QSYS
            PCL5PORTRT*WSCST
            QSYS
            PCL5RASTER*WSCST
            QSYS
            PCL5RASTR2*WSCST
            QSYS
            PCL5SIMPLX*WSCST
            QSYS
            PCL5TUMBLE*WSCST
            QSYS
            PCL5UB04A*WSCST
            QSYS
            PCL5UB04B*WSCST
            QSYS
            QWSCSTSRC*FILEPFQSYS

            In addition, selecting Option 5 (Display saved data base file members) on the QWSCSTSRC source physical file will show that it contains the following members:

            FileMemberTypeText
            QWSCSTSRCEPDFXDRAFTWSCSTEpson DFX-5000/8000 with forced Draft Quality
            QWSCSTSRCEPDFXNLQWSCSTEpson DFX-5000/8000 with forced NLQ Quality
            QWSCSTSRCEPFXDRAFT WSCSTEpson FX-870/1170 with forced Draft Quality
            QWSCSTSRCEPFXNLQWSCSTEpson FX-870/1170 with forced NLQ Quality
            QWSCSTSRCEPLQDRAFT WSCSTEpson LQ-570/870/1170 with forced Draft Quality
            QWSCSTSRCEPLQNLQWSCSTEpson LQ-570/870/1170 with forced NLQ Quality
            QWSCSTSRCEPSQDRAFTWSCSTEpson SQ-870/1170 with forced Draft Quality
            QWSCSTSRCEPSQNLQWSCSTEpson SQ-870/1170 with forced NLQ Quality
            QWSCSTSRCIBMDRAFTWSCSTIBM Proprinter with forced Draft Quality
            QWSCSTSRCIBMNLQWSCSTIBM Proprinter with forced NLQ Quality
            QWSCSTSRCIBM64DRAFTWSCSTIBM 6400 with forced Draft Quality
            QWSCSTSRCIBM64EPDRFWSCSTIBM 6400 (Epson Mode) with forced Draft Quality
            QWSCSTSRCIBM64EPNLQWSCSTIBM 6400 (Epson Mode) with forced NLQ Quality
            QWSCSTSRCIBM64NLQWSCSTIBM 6400 with forced NLQ Quality
            QWSCSTSRCPCL5WSCSTPCL5 with modified CPICOR tags for 13.3 CPI
            QWSCSTSRCPCL5AUTOSLWSCSTPCL5 with modified CPICOR and auto-select tray
            QWSCSTSRCPCL5AUTOS2WSCSTPCL5 with modified CPICOR and auto-select tray
            QWSCSTSRCPCL5COURWSCSTPCL5 with modified CPICOR tags for Courier
            QWSCSTSRCPCL5DUPLEXWSCSTPCL5 with modified CPICOR tags and forced duplex
            QWSCSTSRCPCL5GOTHICWSCSTPCL5 with modified CPICOR tags for Letter Gothic
            QWSCSTSRCPCL5PORTRTWSCSTPCL5 with modified CPICOR tags and forced portrait
            QWSCSTSRCPCL5RASTERWSCSTPCL5 with modified CPICOR and RASTERMODE tags
            QWSCSTSRCPCL5RASTR2WSCSTPCL5 with modified CPICOR and RASTERMODE tags #2
            QWSCSTSRCPCL5SIMPLXWSCSTPCL5 with modified CPICOR tags and forced simplex
            QWSCSTSRCPCL5TUMBLEWSCSTPCL5 with modified CPICOR tags and forced tumble
            QWSCSTSRCPCL5UB04AWSCSTSet WHOLEPAGE mode using PJL (for UB-04 forms)
            QWSCSTSRCPCL5UB04BWSCSTSet EDGETOEDGE mode using PJL (for UB-04 forms)

            Note: Selecting Option 5 (Display saved data base file members) on the QWSCSTSRC source physical file shows the names of the members saved to the save file only. The Type and Text fields listed above can be seen by using the following Work with Members Using PDM (WRKMBRPDM) command after the QWSCSTSRC source physical file has been restored to the QGPL library:

            WRKMBRPDM  FILE(QGPL/QWSCSTSRC)  MBR(*ALL)  MBRTYPE(*ALL)




          [{"Product":{"code":"SWG60","label":"IBM i"},"Business Unit":{"code":"BU054","label":"Systems w\/TPS"},"Component":"Print","Platform":[{"code":"PF012","label":"IBM i"}],"Version":"7.1.0;7.1;6.1.1;6.1.0;6.1;5.4.5;5.4.0;5.3.5;5.3.0;5.2.0;5.1.0","Edition":"","Line of Business":{"code":"LOB08","label":"Cognitive Systems"}},{"Product":{"code":"SSC52E","label":"IBM i 7.1"},"Business Unit":{"code":"BU054","label":"Systems w\/TPS"},"Component":" ","Platform":[{"code":"","label":null}],"Version":"","Edition":"","Line of Business":{"code":"","label":""}},{"Product":{"code":"SSC3X7","label":"IBM i 6.1"},"Business Unit":{"code":"BU054","label":"Systems w\/TPS"},"Component":" ","Platform":[{"code":"","label":null}],"Version":"","Edition":"","Line of Business":{"code":"","label":""}}]

          Historical Number

          411818784

          Document Information

          Modified date:
          18 December 2019

          UID

          nas8N1019007