Posted by Tom Fulton on July 09, 2013 at 05:37:17:
In Reply to: Remote invoice print posted by Carl Haaser on July 08, 2013 at 15:30:42:
What's an "easy form"? If it's a pre-printed form and you're only sending variable text all should work smoothly. If it's a Windows form (#CForm from Brian's samples) then there are other issues to consider. The first issue is images ( .bmp, .jpg, etc. ) must be loaded up from the remote machine. I use a routine that verifies the existence of the image & transfers it if it's not there. Second issue is print speed, the Windows forms will print slowly. If you have a VPN to the remote location then configure an instance of the remote printer on the CA Host with the VPN address of the printer as the IP port. If you don't have a VPN then you're options are very limited.
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