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Print File Truncation?

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The Question is:

I have setup a TCP print queue on DEC 700-08 on port 16.  Whenever a print job
 goes to the printer, it prints the job but all on one line.
This printer is a HP Laserjet 5si.  This printer works fine on PORT 1 as a LTA
Here's the command I used for setting up this queue and was wondering if
 there's something missing?
n="" calg$print:
Here's the settings for the PORT 16;
Character Size:            8           Input Speed:               9600
Flow Control:            XON           Output Speed:              9600
Parity:                 None           Signal Control:        Disabled
Stop Bits:                 1           Signal Select:  CTS-DSR-RTS-DTR
Access:               Remote           Local Switch:              None
Backwards Switch:       None           Name:                   PORT_16
Break:              Disabled           Session Limit:                4
Forwards Switch:        None           Type:                      Hard
Default Protocol:     Telnet           Default Menu:              None
Preferred Service: None
Authorized Groups:   0
(Current)  Groups:   0
Enabled Characteristics:
Autoprompt,  Broadcast,  Failover,  Inactivity Logout,  Input Flow Control,
Lock,  Loss Notification,  Message Codes,  Output Flow Control,
Any ideas???

The Answer is :

  Please upgrade to TCP/IP Services V4.2 with the current ECO.
  Please check that the version of the software loaded into the
  DECserver 700 is the most current available.
  Please check that the file(s) involved actually have a valid last
  line -- use the ANALYZE/RMS tool to check for a valid RMS file
  structure for the particular file(s).
  If the problem persists with the current versions, please contact
  the Compaq Customer Support Center directly for assistance.

answer written or last revised on ( 30-MAY-2000 )

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