PSF Command printer
A PSF Command actual destination transforms all incoming data streams into either PCL4, PCL5, PCL5C, PCL6, or PPDS before issuing your print command. Your print command must support STDIN (standard input) for receiving data. Before creating a PSF Command actual destination, you should review the special processing considerations for jobs submitted through this type of actual destination that are described in Processing concerns when using the PCL Secondary.
Create a PSF Command printer when you need to transform incoming data streams to PCL or PPDS and the PSF Other-driver printer is not suitable. The PSF Command printer only requeues jobs, so you have no control and cannot receive accurate job status.
If the printer you are defining is not an SNMP printer, you must configure the psf-tray-characteristics attribute to specify the input tray values (paper types) that the printer supports. For more information about the paper type limitations, see the RICOH InfoPrint Manager: Reference.
Before creating a PSF Command printer, complete this worksheet.
PSF Command printer worksheet
|Name||The name for the actual destination object (64-character limit).|
|Server||The InfoPrint server that controls this actual destination.|
|Model||Select the printer model from the pull-down list in the InfoPrint Manager Administration GUI. If the printer you are working with is not in the pull-down list, enter the name as it appears on the printer.|
|SNMP TCP/IP address||The IP address for this printer. This value is used only for SNMP printers.||InfoPrint Manager uses this value only to obtain printer SNMP information from the printer.|
|Printer command||The command string used to send a job to the appropriate AIX printer.
Because this command must support STDIN for receiving data, the AIX backend rembak is not supported.
The data stream created by PSF transforms and expected by the printing device (for example, PCL4, PCL5, PCL5C, PCL6, or PPDS).
|Logical destination||The logical destination that directs jobs to this actual destination.
You can accept the default LD, use another existing LD, or create a new one for this printer.
|Logical destination's server|