Lets you submit specific DSS (print driver) information along with the document. InfoPrint does not process the information, but passes it directly to the DSS.
AIX, BSD, CUPS, PSF, InfoPrint 2000
Resettable, single-valued, per-job
You can use the synonym printer-pass-through or other-options.
You can enter a text string of up to 255 characters that contains the DSS information.
No default value
- For BSD, InfoPrint appends the contents of this attribute to the contents of the actual destination attribute destination-command after the mapped options.
- For CUPS, InfoPrint Manager passes the content of this attribute to the CUPS printing system.
- When sent to an actual destination with a transform sequence, the information you provide with the destination-pass-through attribute is always passed to the DSS, and this information should not be used to pass transform-unique data (that is, data that the DSS does not understand) to the transform sequence.
- If you use the destination-pass-through attribute when submitting a job to a PSF-other actual destination, you can either direct the options to the PSF DSS or to the backend specified in the value of the destination-command attribute. When you specify -BE in the value for the destination-pass-through attribute, InfoPrint passes all values preceding -BE to the PSF DSS. InfoPrint passes any values following -BE to the backend program.