The Question is:
I'm trying to print to a HP LaserJet 1300 N using a printqueue. The testfile
contains the german special characters "dv|_" and the are printed as some
funny special characters
Printer queue LPBB, idle, on EPRA::"172.18.18.88:9100", mounted form DEFAULT
< HP CERNER BB, on server 172.18.18.88, port 9100 > /BASE_PRIORITY=4
/DEFAULT=FORM=DEFAULT) /NOENABLE_GENERIC /LIBRARY=SYSSETUPHP Lowercase
/PROCESSOR=TCPIP$TELNETSYM /PROTECTION=(S:M,O:D,G:R,W:S) /SCHEDULE=(NOSIZE)
The Answer is :
Please contact the support center, as details of the special characters
and the character set(s) involved will be of interest. The OpenVMS
Wizard does not immediately recognize this error nor this configuration,
but it would appear that the OpenVMS host and/or the printer does not
support the particular character set(s) in use. Obviously.
DCPS (DECprint Services) is the usual path to LaserJet printers.
For additional IP-related printing details, please see topic (1020).