Identifies how the output device that this actual destination represents attaches to the DSS and how InfoPrint communicates with the output device.
Initially settable, single-valued
You can enter one of these fixed values:
|command||InfoPrint communicates with this printer device by forwarding print requests to the remote print system or printer with a command. You might need to create a queue on the remote print system.|
|other-driver||InfoPrint communicates directly with the printer device through an AIX printer backend program, Linux CUPS backend, or a Windows printer port.|
|tcpip||InfoPrint communicates with this TCP/IP LAN-attached printer device directly through the TCP/IP network.|
|upload-tcpip||This printer device is attached to an MVS system. InfoPrint communicates with PSF/MVS through the TCP/IP network.
Note: This value is only supported by the PSF DSS for AIX or Linux.
No default value
- You need to specify a value for this attribute when you create a PSF actual destination.
- Some actual destination attributes apply only to certain attachment types.