PostScript and PDF data

If you are printing PostScript or PDF data:

  • Specify -odatatype=ps or -odatatype=pdf with the enq, lp, qprt, or lprafp command; or allow InfoPrint to identify the data type.
  • InfoPrint automatically runs the ps2afp transform command. (The pdf2afp command is another name for ps2afp.)
  • You can use these ps2afp flags on the command line with enq, lp, qprt, or lprafp. For those flags that accept a value, do not put a blank between the flag and the value.
    • -o-aOutputType
    • -o-c
    • -o-cmrcolorResourceName
    • -o-CConfigurationFile (the configuration file must be specified as a full path name)
    • -o-FFontMapFile[,…] (the font map files must be specified as full path names)
    • -o-gPageRange
    • -o-jnnnn
    • -o-lnnnn.nnnu
    • -o-Mnnnnn
    • -o-pPageRange
    • -o-Pnnnnn
    • -o-q
    • -o-rnnn
    • -o-SServerName
    • -o-snnnn
    • -o-tag{none | normal | passthru}
    • -o-wnnnn.nnnu
    • -o-xnnnn.nnnu
    • -o-ynnnn.nnnu

    For information about these flags, see pdf2afp and ps2afp commands: transform PDF or PostScript data to AFP.

    You cannot use the ps2afp -o flag to specify an output file.

    Note: The ps2afp transform must be installed on the workstation where InfoPrint is installed.