The properties of a job include a wide variety of information, such as what printer
the job is supposed to print on, how big the input file is, whether it is a duplex
job, and much more. You can change some of the job properties as needed.
You can use custom job properties to set values that do not correspond to any other
job properties that are available. You can set default values for these custom job
properties in your workflows and change them just as you can any other editable job
Some values in the JDF job ticket are not shown in the Ricoh ProcessDirector user interface, but the workflow might call an application that uses these values.
Therefore, you might need to view the JDF job ticket.
You can track the progress of jobs as they print from the Printers portlet. If the
print progress bars are visible, each AFP and Ricoh PDF printer shows the number or
name of the job that is printing and the current progress of that job. If you have
the Deadline Tracker feature installed, you can track the progress of the job in its