output-bin

Specifies the name of the output bin to which you want InfoPrint Manager to direct output.

GUI label

Default output bin

DSS

CUPS, InfoPrint 2000, PSF

Type

Resettable, single-valued

Allowed Values

You can enter a text string up to 255 characters long that contains the output bin name.

Default Value

CUPS and PSF
No default value
InfoPrint 2000
stapler

Usage Guidelines

  • For InfoPrint 2000 and PSF

    The name you specify must match the name in one of the values for these attributes:

    InfoPrint 2000
    output-bins-supported
    PSF
    output-bin-numbers
  • InfoPrint Manager only uses the value you specify for the output-bin actual destination attribute if you do not specify a value for the output-bin document attribute and if the form definition InfoPrint Manager uses for the job does not specify an output bin.
  • This attribute is valid for ASCII documents in a job only if it is not changed between documents in the job.
  • With InfoPrint 2000:
    • If a job requests stapling or some other finishing, the job goes to the appropriate finishing output bin regardless of what output bin is specified with the output-bin attribute.
    • If a job specifies a finishing output bin and no finishing is specified, the job is printed and sent to the top bin.
  • With PSF command and PSF other:
    • If a job is requesting Medium Maps with a bin, the job goes to the appropriate bin.
    • If the user sets a default bin, the job goes to the appropriate bin if the bin name is numeric.
  • For CUPS
    • InfoPrint Manager maps the value to an output bin 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.