Indicates whether jobs requiring resources that this actual destination does not have ready or does not support should be held or scheduled to print.
Disable on job mismatch
You can use the synonym force-printer-setup.
You can enter one of these fixed values:
|Fixed Value||Input Synonym|
- When the value of force-destination-setup is false, InfoPrint checks that the actual destination can process each job in the queue before scheduling the job to print. If the job requires any resources that are not ready or not supported, the job is RIPped if appropriate, then held. The required-resources-not-ready job attribute indicates what resources are not ready. The required-resources-not-supported job attribute indicates what resources are not supported.
- When the value of force-destination-setup is true, InfoPrint does not check whether the actual destination can process the job until the job is sent to the actual destination. At that time, if any required resources are not ready or not supported, InfoPrint disables the actual destination and sends a message to the operator to change the destination setup. When the operator enables the actual destination, the job is printed or sent.
- The value of the force-destination-setup attribute cannot be set to true if the pull-print-printer actual destination attribute needs to be set to true.