default-printer-resolution

For PSF, specifies the resolution, in pels, at which the printer device should print this document.

For CUPS, specifies the resolution, usually in dpi, at which the printer device should print this document. InfoPrint Manager does not transform the data, it passes the corresponding driver option to the underlying printing system. For more information, see "Mapping driver (PPD) print options using the configuration file" in the InfoPrint Manager for Linux: Getting Started.

GUI label

Printer resolution requested

DSS

CUPS, InfoPrint 2000, PSF

Type

Resettable, single-valued, per-job

Allowed Values

You can enter one of these fixed values:

Fixed Value DSS
240 PSF, CUPS
300 PSF, CUPS
360 PSF, CUPS
480 PSF, CUPS
600 PSF, InfoPrint 2000, CUPS
720 PSF, CUPS
1200 PSF, CUPS

Usage Guidelines

  • For Email and PSF
    • This attribute is valid only for GIF, JPEG, PCL, PDF, PostScript, and TIFF documents.
    • This attribute applies only to image data. It has no effect on font resolutions.
    • The InfoPrint 5000 series printers only support 360 and 720 resolutions. All other printer models do not support these resolutions.
    • If a default-printer-document attribute is not set, the first value specified on the actual destination's printer-resolution-ready attribute will be used.
    • If the printer-resolution-ready attribute is not set, the image transform uses the value specified in the transform configuration file, while the other transforms use the 300 resolution.
  • For CUPS
    • InfoPrint Manager maps the value to a resolution using the corresponding driver option set in the printer model configuration file. For more information, see "Mapping Attributes and Values to PPD Options" in the InfoPrint Manager for Linux: Getting Started.
    • InfoPrint Manager does not transform the data, it passes the corresponding driver option to the underlying printing system.