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Printer Configuration

1. Configuring Windows Shared Printer on Linux
1.1. Login as root on Linux Server (Oracle Applications Server),
Linux AS 4 : Applications > System Settings > Printing

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1.2. Click New (button).

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1.4. Enter Queue name in the name field and a short description.
1.5. Click Forward (button).

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1.4. Enter Queue name in the name field and a short description.
1.5. Click Forward (button).

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1.6. Select a queue type by clicking on LOV.

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1.7. Select Networked Windows (SMB).

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Note: For security reasons the Share names are removed from the above window.
1.8. Click Specify (button).

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1.9. Here the Server is the windows XP machine (name / IP address) where printer is installed. In the Share field enter windows XP machine (name / IP address) and the printer share name. The next field is User name here provide domain name ,user name and provided windows domain password in the Password field.
1.10. Click OK (button).

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1.11. Select the Queue and click Forward (button).

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Select the manufacturer.

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1.13. Select HP as the manufacturer.

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1.14. Select or type LaserJet 1200.
Note: The text box will appear when you will start typing.
1.15. Click Forward (button).

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1.16. Confirm the Type, Share and Printer and Click Finish (button).

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1.17. Click Yes if you want to print a test print.

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Note: I f you will not take a test print then on next screen you will have to click Apply (button) to save the settings.

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1.18. I f test print is printed then click Apply (button).

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2. Defining Printer in Oracle Applications
We will use default definitions of Printer Drivers, Print Styles and Printer Types as most of the drivers of common printer are already provided by Oracle in Oracle Applications. In case you have a printer of which drivers are not defined then you will have to provide information on these screens.
2.1. Login as XX_USER and switch to SYSADMIN responsibility,
Sysadmin : Install > Printer > Driver

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2.2. To define Printer Drivers the SRW Driver will be used while defining Print Styles so keep in mind while entering information in this field. The Arguments, Initialization and Reset settings will be available in the printer manual or ask your hardware vendor.
2.3. To define Printer Style open the Style screen,
Sysadmin : Install > Printer > Style
2.4. Provide Style Name, SRW Driver and other required information.

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2.5. The next step is to define Printer Type.
Sysadmin : Install > Printer > Types
2.6. Provide Style defined earlier.

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2.7. Now we will define the printer by providing Printer name which we configured on Linux machine.
Sysadmin : Install > Printer > Register
2.8. Enter HPLaser in the Printer field and select HPLJ4 in the Type field.

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3. Reports Printing using above Defined Printer
3.1. Submit a new request of Active Users Report,

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3.2. Click Options (button).

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3.3. Select HPLaser in the Printer field and enter 1 in the Copies field.
3.4. Click OK (button).
3.5. Report should be printed otherwise verify the above steps.
3.6. We can also assign Printer to Concurrent Programs. Open the Concurrent Programs screen,
Sysadmin : Concurrent > Program > Define
3.7. Search Active Users program.

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3.8. Select HPLaser in the Output Printer.
3.9. Save the information.
3.10. Submit a new request of Active Users and check that HPLaser is the default printer in the Print to field.

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Note: Default is 0 in the Copies field and you can change it by changing system profile Concurrent:Report Copies. Here you can provide by clicking the Options (button).

 

 

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