Brooks RPM Select LPD Print Manager
|License:||Free to try|
|Op. System:||Windows2000, WinXP, Windows2003, Windows Vista Starter, Windows Vista Home Basic, Windows Vista Home|
|File size:||14.37 MB|
|Publisher:||Brooks Internet Software, Inc.|
Publisher description for Brooks RPM Select LPD Print Manager
The RPM Print Server receives files from a Host System (AS400, iSeries/zSeries, UNIX, Windows, or any host) via TCPIP protocol. Once received, RPM performs the user™s pre-defined transforms. Once the transforms have completed, RPM can email the print file, save to disk, print raw, and much more.The new RPM Print Server software includes native print file to PDF. Now you can send your mainframe print file directly to your Windows system and automatically create a PDF, then archive it within a folder or email it to one or many recipients.RPM expands printing capabilities by giving users more control, formatting options, and file management advantages over traditional network server printing. RPM allows users to customize and control processing of print jobs received on a TCP/IP network from hosts such as mainframes, AS/400s, UNIX and Linux, and other Windows platforms.RPM fully supports SCS formatting instructions. RPM has easy Print to File (write to disk) options. RPM offers many TCP/IP Printing features not normally found with Host over IP printing situations.Features include: SCS to ASCII translation and EBCDIC to ASCII translation, Remove PCL codes and convert LF to CRLF, ASA carriage control and code page support, the ability to insert and append bytes, Character translations and extensive form printing controls.Easy configuration for fitting text output to any size paper. Support all fonts the printer can use. A variety of host data formats enable end-users to print without host system modifications. Automatically create a print queue when a job is received, reducing network administration time by eliminating the need to search for misnamed queues. Provides Multiple-Byte Character Sets (MBCS) for use in international languages such as Japanese, Korean, and Chinese.