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Xerox DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX
Laser Printing System
Message Guide
April 1998
721P85650

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  • Page 1 Xerox DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX Laser Printing System Message Guide April 1998 721P85650...
  • Page 2 Printed in the United States of America. Publication number: 721P85650 Xerox® and all Xerox products mentioned in this publication are trademarks of Xerox Corporation. Products and trademarks of other companies are also acknowledged.
  • Page 3: Related Publications

    The entire reference set is listed in the table below. Several other related documents are also listed for your convenience. For a complete list and description of available Xerox documentation, refer to the Xerox Documentation Catalog (Publication number 610P17417) or call the Xerox Documentation and Software Services (XDSS) at 1-800-327-9753.
  • Page 4 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Related publications Notice Introduction About the reference set DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX Laser Printing System document set What the message guide contains How the message guide is organized The conventions used in this guide 1. CP (COMPRESS command) messages 2. DSR (disk save and restore command) messages 3.
  • Page 6 Fatal error messages Informational messages Master error messages Master warning messages System problem messages 15. DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS additional messages Numbered DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS messages A. Xerox support services Xerox Customer Support Center Xerox Customer Service Support Center...
  • Page 7: About The Reference Set

    To help you select the appropriate document for your needs, the following section identifies the documents in the set and describes the information contained in each. The DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS document set includes the following: This reference contains the following information: •...
  • Page 8 Sample form setup command sets • Tips for successful forms creation This reference provides a quick reference of commonly-used commands. Card This reference contains the following information: • OSS and other messages • Meaning and recovery procedures XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 9 LPS Installation Planning Guide Xerox LPS Tape Formats Manual Xerox LPS Standard Font Library Font User Guide Helpful Facts About Paper XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE This reference contains the following information: • LPS basic components and options •...
  • Page 10: Cp (Compress Command) Messages

    Chapter 13: Chapter 14: Chapter 15: Appendix: Glossary The Xerox DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS Message Guide is divided into the following chapters: CP (COMPRESS command) messages DSR (disk save and restore command) messages FD (forms compilation) messages HIP (host interface processor) messages...
  • Page 11 How the message guide is organized XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE • An order card for the Customer Documentation Catalog, which describes other available Xerox documentation • A Reader Comment Form. Please take a few minutes to write...
  • Page 12 <ENTER> or <RETURN> key. restart job = Send or transmit a job again (online) or rewind a tape and start job again (offline). recode job = Rewrite the JSL entry or DJDE, making necessary changes. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 13 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE 1CP (COMPRESS command) These messages may appear during the process of compressing the system disk. (Refer to your DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operations Reference chapter on managing LPS resources for additional information.) Compress now restoring the print file The COMPRESS command was entered.
  • Page 14 COMPRESS task. Action Perform DSR, selecting compressed object mode, to compress the disk. (Refer to your DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operations Reference chapter on managing LPS resources for additional information.) File integrity error. Edit and print CPR000.TMP The system has discovered a multi-allocated sector and is listing it in a special file (CPR000.TMP).
  • Page 15: Dsr (Disk Save And Restore Command) Messages

    DS2020 DS3010 DS3020 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE 2DSR (disk save and restore These messages may appear during the process of saving all disk files on tape or restoring all files to system disk from tape. (Refer to your DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operations Reference chapter on managing LPS resources for additional information.)
  • Page 16 DSR task is aborted. Action 1. Clean the tape drive and retry the task. (Refer to the maintenance chapter in your DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operator Guide. ) 2. If the problem continues, replace the save tape.
  • Page 17 File structure integrity error on xx...DSR aborted The specified disk drive has a corrupt file structure. A format will be required. Action Reformat the system disk. (Refer to your DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operations Reference .) Invalid DSR.SAF detected DSR.SAF is corrupt or incompatible with DSR.
  • Page 18 DSR (DISK SAVE AND RESTORE COMMAND) MESSAGES XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 19 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE 3FD (forms compilation) These messages may appear while forms are being compiled using Forms Description Language (FDL). (Refer to your DocuPrint 96/ DocuPrint 96MX LPS Forms Creation Guide for additional information.) Operator-requested abort The ABORT command was entered.
  • Page 20: Fd (Forms Compilation) Messages

    Action Reenter the command with an allowable number of characters. (Refer to your DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS Forms Creation Guide .) FSL not found or invalid option, check and retry The Forms Source Library (FSL) file specified does not exist on system disk.
  • Page 21 FD9480 FD9485 FD9490 FD9510 FD9520 FD9530 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE Disk/file error messages Error in closing the source-input file. Error in closing the source-input file. Error in closing the listing/summary file. Error in opening the source/output file.
  • Page 22 FD (FORMS COMPILATION) MESSAGES XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 23 These messages may appear on your system controller display if printer communications have been established through the host interface processor (HIP). The HIP chapters in your DocuPrint 96/ DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operator Guide and DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operations Reference provide detailed information on HIP.
  • Page 24: Hip (Host Interface Processor) Messages

    Action None. Log file reset You have entered HIP LOG [RESET]. The system is informing you that the log file has been cleared and all information had been deleted. Action None. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 25 HP1010 HP1020 HP1030 HP1040 HP1100 HP1110 HP1120 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE Transmission aborted: JOB ID xxxx The HIP ABORT command was entered. The job being sent has been cancelled. Action None. Input starting report - jid xx...
  • Page 26 Action 1. Delete unneeded files from system disk to create more space. 2. Compress the disk. (Refer to your DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operations Reference chapter on managing LPS resources for additional information.) 3. Enter SETUP mode to change the HIP buffer file size. (Refer to...
  • Page 27 HP1182 HP1183 HP1184 HP1185 HP1190 HP1200 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE Log file empty, nothing to print. You have entered the HIP SHOW LOG [PRN] command and there are no entries in the log file. Action None. No echo servers on list There are no echo servers on list.
  • Page 28 1. If using Ethernet, verify that the connection is good and that the printer network address and network number are correct. 2. If using XPAF, contact your systems specialist or Xerox Customer Service. 3. If the failure recurs, call for service.
  • Page 29 HP1265 HP1270 HP1280 HP1290 HP1291 HP1298 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE Transmission complete: job id xxxx The host has completed sending the indicated job to the printer. The job will now begin printing. Action None. Interface busy - cannot send file(s) The HIP SEND command was entered.
  • Page 30 Action 1. Log off and then log on at level 2. 2. Refer to the appropriate DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operator Guide . Buffersize=xxx, utilization=yy% zzzz blocks used, uuuu blocks available.
  • Page 31 HP2030 HP2090 HP2100 HP2110 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE End of test 3 analysis The system failed Diagnostic Test 3. HIP has completed analysis of Test 3 results and has identified the data line that has failed. This message follows message HP9431 or HP9432.
  • Page 32 Action 1. Delete files from system disk to provide more space. 2. Compress the system disk. (Refer to your DocuPrint 96/ DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operations Reference chapter on managing LPS resources for additional information.) 3. Enter the SETUP mode to change the HIP buffer file size.
  • Page 33 HP2220 HP2230 HP2240 HP2290 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE Enter ‘HIP show log continue’ for more There are more than 20 entries in the log and you must enter HIP SHOW LOG CONTINUE to view additional screens. Action None.
  • Page 34 Invalid command with no host specified A host must be selected before the command can be carried out. Action 1. Select a host. (Refer to your DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operations Reference chapter on HIP-accessed communicating modes for additional information.) 2.
  • Page 35 HP2344 HP2345 HP2346 HP2400 HP2410 HP2420 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE Cannot change: job does not exist. The jid specified does not exist in the HIP job queue. Action None. Cannot change: output file already exists The file specified is already resident on the disk.
  • Page 36 2. Wait until active and pending jobs have been printed. HIP dynamic memory allocation failure: reload HIP does not have enough memory to continue. Action 1. Enter the HIP END command. 2. Restart HIP or reboot the system. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 37 The job will abort and the interface will go offline. Action 1. Resend the job. 2. If the error continues, contact your systems specialist or Xerox Customer Service. Interface failure: failed to go offline HIP is unable to post the offline status to the XPAF host computer.
  • Page 38 HIP diagnostic failed. Action 1. Reenter the HIP DIAGNOSTIC command to retry the diagnostic test. 2. If the problem recurs, contact your systems specialist or Xerox Customer Service. Line no. n is open The HIP DIAGNOSTIC command was entered. The system failed Test 3 which verifies integrity of 8 parallel data lines.
  • Page 39 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE 5IFU (Interpress font utility) These messages appear when the Interpress font utility program (Refer to your DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operations Reference chapter on HIP-accessed communicating modes for additional information.) The meaning of terms used in this section can be found in the Glossary at the back of the message guide.
  • Page 40: Ifu (Interpress Font Utility) Messages

    Could not find the font file xxxx to delete it This warning is given when an attempt is made to delete a particular font file that does not exist on the system. Action None. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 41 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE IF1410 Start of volume x This message is displayed at the start of listing a medium’s contents via the IFU medium LIST FILE command, when positioned at the beginning of the medium. Action None.
  • Page 42 This message provides font mapping that is currently being inserted into the Interpress font mapping structure. Action None. IF1628 Floppy is not supported The optional floppy drive is not supported as an IFU input device. Action None. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 43 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE IF1629 Parser error There is a problem with parsing the parameters within a command. Action None. IF2000 Aborting ADD The ADD command to add font families to the Interpress or data center font environments has been aborted.
  • Page 44 Invalid number of files have been specified to move An incorrect number of files to be moved has been given. Action Check the number of items on the medium, and enter a valid number of files to move. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 45 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE IF2050 Please mount the next volume, number x This message instructs you to mount the next tape or cartridge volume. A message will then ask if you want to continue or abort the operation.
  • Page 46 1. Mount the correct tape Initialize the medium via the IFU VOLINIT command if the data on the tape is not needed. (Refer to your DocuPrint 96/ DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operations Reference chapter on managing LPS resources for additional information.) 2.
  • Page 47 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE IF2098 Are you sure you want to abort? (enter ‘Y’ or ‘N’) An ABORT command was entered during the IFU COPY READ process. Action Enter N. Note: The font structure on the disk may be corrupted if the process is aborted.
  • Page 48 Interpress fonts stored on the system may not be listed. Action Retry the operation by entering a number of IFU LIST commands with specific parameters. This will allow the system to list all Interpress fonts within each parameter. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 49 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE IF2235 Please confirm deletion of wildcarded Interpress font Upon entering the IFU DELETE command, you are asked by the system to confirm this operation by entering C to continue or A to abort.
  • Page 50 3. If the message reappears, contact your systems specialist or Xerox Customer Support. IF2332 Composite request (character x) requires RIP The composite character requested in the font profile requires RIP (raster image processor), which is not on your system. Action None. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 51 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE IF2336 Map x was not found in IPFNTS.SYS The requested Interpress character mapping is not found in the character mapping tables that are stored in the IPFNTS.SYS file. Action Modify the font profile to refer to an existing map in the IPFNTS.SYS file.
  • Page 52 1. Compile the correct IPFNTS.JSL with the needed mapping structure. 2. Retry the ADD command. IF2426 Point size x was not found in easy values The point size requested is not contained within the FIS font master. Action None. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 53 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE IF2428 Orientation x was not found in easy values Some orientations requested are not contained in the FIS font master. Action None. IF2434 Missing name parameter on fonts statement An Interpress font name is missing from the Interpress fonts statement in the font profile.
  • Page 54 (parameter) in the command sequence. Action Reenter the command to include at least one more parameter. IF2707 Syntax error: unexpected punctuation Incorrect punctuation is present in the command line. Action Reenter the command using acceptable punctuation. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 55 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE IF2708 Syntax error: unexpected token x encountered The character or symbol indicated in the message is incorrectly included in the command line. Action Reenter the command, omitting the incorrect character or symbol. IF2709...
  • Page 56 2. If the message reappears, contact your systems specialist or Xerox Customer Support. IF2851 Invalid default font name The default substitution font requested is incorrect. Action Check and reenter the DEFAULT statement using an acceptable font name. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 57 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE IF2852 Invalid FTYPE parameter The FTYPE parameter in the font profile is incorrect. Action 1. Reenter the FTYPE parameter to include the correct parameter (either STANDARD or EXTENDED). 2. Retry the ADD command.
  • Page 58 JSL syntax err x - invalid hex value An incorrect hexadecimal value exists in the JSL file. Action 1. Correct the JSL file to include a correct hex value. 2. Retry the command. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 59 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE IF2903 JSL syntax err x - unclosed string There is an unclosed string in the JSL file. Action 1. Correct the JSL file to include a string enclosed in single quotes. 2. Retry the command.
  • Page 60 One or more subcharacter component(s) of a rendered character has not been specified within the font profile. Action 1. Add the appropriate character(s) to the font profile CHARS statement. 2. Reenter the ADD command. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 61 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE IF2950 JSL file x will not open The requested JSL file in the IPFNTS statement cannot be opened. Action Verify and reenter the JSL file name correctly. IF2951 JSL statement is too large to be processed The JSL statement in the JSL file is too large for the system to process.
  • Page 62 None. IF4110 FIS master error; aborting ADD Due to an error in the FIS master, the requested ADD command is being aborted. Action 1. Obtain a valid FIS master. 2. Retry the command. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 63 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE IF4111 FIS processing error; aborting ADD Due to an error in the FIS master, the ADD command is being aborted. This error is probably the result of a previous error which should have displayed a message.
  • Page 64 IF7100 Can‘t find IFUFSN.SYS; resysgen and retry ADD The IFUFSN.SYS file, which contains default font information, was not found on the system disk. (Refer to your DocuPrint 96/ DocuPrint 96MX LPS System Generation Guide .) Action 1. If authorized to do so, resysgen.
  • Page 65 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE IF7108 Temporary file x of decomposed FIS will not open There is an IFU temporary access problem, probably due to a disk error or insufficient space. Action 1. Compress the disk and retry the command.
  • Page 66 IF7800 Interpress decomposer initialization error There is insufficient memory to initialize IPD. Action Contact your systems specialist or Xerox Customer Service. IF7801 Interpress mapping file package ADD function failed An error occurred when adding an entry to the IPM (Interpress.
  • Page 67 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE IF7902 CMT package error An error occurred while the system was processing the character mapping table, probably due to a disk error or insufficient space. Action 1. Compress the disk and retry the command.
  • Page 68 SAMPLE command, does not exist because the FOPEN command failed. This is a probable disk error. Action Contact your systems specialist or Xerox Customer Service. IF7910 IPM FDR routine x has failed An error occurred while accessing the file directory (FDR), probably due to a disk error.
  • Page 69 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE IF7914 IPM input from file x, block y, failed The system failed in an attempt to read a block from an IPM file. The file is either corrupted or does not exist on the system.
  • Page 70 There was not enough space in the character mapping table when adding the next symbol. Action Contact your systems specialist or Xerox Customer Service. IF8104 CMT entry table has overflowed by map x There was not enough space in the character mapping table when adding the next entry.
  • Page 71 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE IF8203 Error: from IPF_open ( ) The system is unable to open the IPFNTS.SYS file. Either the file is not on the system or is corrupted or there is a software problem. Action 1.
  • Page 72 1. Check if the IFUFFM.SYS file is on the system. 2. If IFUFFM.SYS is on the system, it is corrupted and should be deleted. 3. Retry the ADD command. 4. If the problem continues, contact your systems specialist or Xerox Customer Service. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 73 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE IF8214 Error: from DLM_ADD ( ) An error occurred when the system attempted to access the IFUDLM.SYS file. Either the file is not on the system or is corrupted, or there is a software problem.
  • Page 74 IPM calling sequence error x The IPM file is being processed out of sequence. Action Contact your systems specialist or Xerox Customer Service. IF8302 IPM disk family x is too big In an IFU IPFNTS command, this IPM name is too large to be added to the IPM file on the system.
  • Page 75 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE IF8401 FIS font request failed with EMT return code x The FIS font request cannot be processed due to the EMT (emulator trap) return code shown. Action Contact your systems specialist or Xerox Customer Service.
  • Page 76 Internal buffer allocation failed, aborting ADD. Memory allocation for a font file has failed. Action Contact your systems specialist or Xerox Customer Service. IF8500 Decomposed FIS file has bad syntax. An error occurred while the system was processing an internal temporary file.
  • Page 77 Action 1. Select the abort option when the display prompts you to choose retry, ignore, or abort. 2. Contact your systems specialist or Xerox Customer Service. IF9007 **- TAPE UNIT IS offline-** The magnetic or cartridge tape is not online.
  • Page 78 An attempt to read from the IPM file has failed, probably due to a disk error. Action 1. Delete the IPM files from your system. 2. Recompile the IPFNTS.JSL file to recreate the IPM files. 3. Retry the command. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 79: Oss (Operating System Software) Messages

    The first digit after “OS” indicates the message level. For example, OS7210 is a Level 7 message. Your DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operator Guide and DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operations Reference provide detailed information about LPS operations and related messages.
  • Page 80 Action None. Bin x selected One of the following commands was entered: -SELECT -SELECT 1 -SELECT AUTO -SELECT 1,SAMPLE Output will be delivered to stacker bin x. Action None. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 81 OS0320 OS0410 OS0411 OS0420 OS0430 OS0500 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE OSS (OPERATING SYSTEM SOFTWARE) MESSAGES Output tray 2 selected One of the following commands was entered: -SELECT -SELECT 2 -SELECT AUTO -SELECT 2,SAMPLE Output will be delivered to stacker tray 2.
  • Page 82 Action Check the cluster and assign a valid feeder tray. (Refer to your DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operations Reference chapter on setting up print jobs for additional information.) XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 83 OS0731 OS0732 OS0731 OS0732 OS0733 OS0734 OS0800 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE OSS (OPERATING SYSTEM SOFTWARE) MESSAGES Finishing exerciser utility: Successful Exit. FEX has successfully completed. Action None. Updating the IOT‘S memory with test profile info FEX is loading into the printer‘s non-volatile memory the new finishing parameters profile you have specified.
  • Page 84 PQA operation and may accompany other related messages. Action None. Cluster: xxxxx Output tray: n This message identifies the cluster name and output tray number involved in the current PQA operation and may accompany other related messages. Action None. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 85 OS0855 OS0856 OS0860 OS0861 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE OSS (OPERATING SYSTEM SOFTWARE) MESSAGES Mode: xxx housing, -plex During PQA, this message identifies the housings being adjusted and whether simplex or duplex printing is specified for the current PQA operation.
  • Page 86 Substituting color for color for all jobs After you enter a SUBSTITUTE INK command, this message tells you which primary color is being substituted for the specified primary color(s) in all of your jobs. Action None. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 87 OS0875 OS0900 OS0950 OS0990 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE OSS (OPERATING SYSTEM SOFTWARE) MESSAGES Substituting color for color for this job After you enter a SUBSTITUTE INK command, this message tells you which primary color is being substituted for the specified color in your current job.
  • Page 88: Os Level 1: Information

    None. Sample not allowed while Sample Tray is selected Intermixing sample sheets with the job output in the sample tray would cause integrity errors. Sample is not allowed at this time. Action None. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 89 OS1006 OS1007 OS1008 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE OSS (OPERATING SYSTEM SOFTWARE) MESSAGES Printer is not available; Printer is being serviced The printer is unable to respond to the entered command because the Xerox service representative is performing diagnostic tests.
  • Page 90 Check command and retry. Action None. NT01 or staple not supported DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX does not support Staple. If Staple is specified in a JDE, JDL or DJDE, then INPUT will ignore it. Action None. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 91 OS1030 OS1031 OS1050 OS1061 OS1062 OS1070 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE OSS (OPERATING SYSTEM SOFTWARE) MESSAGES Physical device %0 substituted for logical device %1. The device substitution specified in the SUB DEV command has taken place. Action None.
  • Page 92 End accounting report The system accounting report has been printed or written to magnetic tape. Action None. Billing report ending The system has completed the display of information required for customer billing. Action None. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 93 If authorized to do so, resysgen the system, entering the serial number (located on a panel inside the printer) when instructions on the display ask for it. (Refer to DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS System Generation Guide , or contact your systems specialist.)
  • Page 94 Action None. FEX: Error, Form: x.x does not exist. Exiting. FEX cannot find the requested .FRM directory in the system. Action Verify the form directory (file-name) and retry the command. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 95 An online only command was entered while the system is offline. Action Place the system online to perform the desired function. (Refer to the online chapter in your DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operator Guide . Command not allowed while **** is active The command entered cannot be processed while the indicated task is in progress.
  • Page 96 Action Follow directions appearing at the system controller display to initiate automatic job recovery and abort the analysis dump. (Refer to the offline chapter in your DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operator Guide .) Automatic recovery initiated Automatic job recovery has been initiated at the system controller display after a system rollover due to software failure.
  • Page 97 OS1240 OS1245 OS1250 OS1255 OS1261 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE OSS (OPERATING SYSTEM SOFTWARE) MESSAGES CLP Commands not allowed while printing A CLP command was entered. CLP commands may not be used while the printer is active. Action None.
  • Page 98 Seq1 - front side, Seq2 - back side. Action None. Bar Align: sheet delivered Sheets were delivered but no sequence numbers were read with the printer operating in the bar align mode. Action None. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 99 The command file entered is formatted incorrectly. It appears to be contained (nested) within another command file Action 1. Correct your command file format. (Refer to your DocuPrint 96/ DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operations Reference chapter on creating and using command files for additional information.) 2.
  • Page 100 1. Document circumstances of the message appearance. 2. Record any additional messages displayed in conjunction with 3. Contact your systems specialist or Xerox Customer Service with the above information. Note: Messages OS1280 and OS1282 should not appear. If one of...
  • Page 101 A command was entered that is invalid for the printer‘s stacker tray configuration. Action Reenter the command, using a stacker bin that your system has. (Refer to the output tray or bin chapter in your DocuPrint 96/ DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operator Guide .) 6-23...
  • Page 102 Action Reenter the command, using a feeder tray that your system has. (Refer to the chapter on feeder trays in your DocuPrint 96/ DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operator Guide .) Number of active forms is nn The maximum number of forms per print job the system will attempt to keep in forms memory is (number 0-64).
  • Page 103 OS1323 OS1324 OS1325 OS1326 OS1329 OS1330 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE OSS (OPERATING SYSTEM SOFTWARE) MESSAGES Action None. Lead edge screen setting is nn This message confirms that your EDGE (lead edge screen) command parameters have been accepted or provides you with the current settings if you have not entered new parameters.
  • Page 104 XPS received a request from the server to disable accounting or HIP was unloaded by entering the HIP END command. Action None. Currently not in Lockout Mode This message informs you that the LOCKOUT mode has not been initiated. Action None. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 105 Action Reenter the ALIGN command with value(s) within the range. (Refer to the problem solving chapter in your DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operator Guide .) Invalid Scan or Dot value. Retry DAlign For Xerox service personnel, this messages indicates that incorrect alignment values have been entered.
  • Page 106 2. If the message reappears, contact your systems specialist or the Xerox Font Center for assistance with replacing the font. Sample not allowed—Printer is busy The SAMPLE request is not allowed at this time.
  • Page 107 OS1421 OS1430 OS1450 OS1460 OS1500 OS1509 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE OSS (OPERATING SYSTEM SOFTWARE) MESSAGES Page spacing not allowed for N-1 report Page spacing is not allowed when printing N-1. Action None. Block spacing not allowed by JDE The SPACE n BLOCKS command was entered.
  • Page 108 One of the following commands was entered: MOVE n BLOCKS MOVE n FILES SPACE n PAGES SPACE n REPORTS The system has reached the beginning of a job and cannot space backward any farther. Action None. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 109 2000 report file. Action 1. Delete files to create more disk space. 2. Compress disk. (Refer to your DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operations Reference chapter on managing LPS resources for additional information.) 3. Reenter the accounting command.
  • Page 110 File ‘nn.nn’ replaceddata loss...enter ‘Continue’ or ‘Abort’ The file indicated has been replaced on the system disk by a file with the same name that was sent from the host. (This message appears if file being sent is in the Xerox label format.) Action None.
  • Page 111 OS1560 OS1561 OS1562 OS1563 OS1570 OS1580 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE OSS (OPERATING SYSTEM SOFTWARE) MESSAGES Tape rewind complete The system has finished rewinding the tape. Action None. Font mapping does not exist for file-name.FNT. There is no font mapping to run the job. Job processing will continue using the font specified in the PDE.
  • Page 112 The system cannot print the error page at the end of the Ethernet- transmitted report because the required message file is missing. Action Contact your systems specialist or Xerox Customer Service. Generating Ethernet error page Errors exist in an Ethernet-transmitted job. The system is compiling error page to be printed at end of the job.
  • Page 113 OS1725 OS1726 OS1727 OS1728 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE OSS (OPERATING SYSTEM SOFTWARE) MESSAGES Output processing has caught up with input processing All completed pages of input data have been printed. Output is waiting for more pages to print.
  • Page 114 “ONLINE” input is waiting for data The START and ONLINE commands were entered. The system is online to a host computer and is waiting for data to be transmitted from the host. Action None. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 115 “ONLINE” JDE/JDL Host and device type mismatch The JDE/JDL in effect is incorrect or contains unsupported options. Action Recode JDE/JDL. (Refer to your DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS PDL Reference .) Input processing aborting The ABORT I command was entered. The input processing task is stopped, and no more data is being sent.
  • Page 116 An invalid diagnostic print request has been generated. Action Respective as simplex and retry. Job queue has been flushed The DRAIN command was entered. All data in queue has printed. Action None. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 117 OS1840 OS1850 OS1860 OS1910 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE OSS (OPERATING SYSTEM SOFTWARE) MESSAGES Printing 1 copy of current report The “PRINT 1” option was selected in response to “Disk saturation” message OS6300 or OS2871. Multiple-copy printing of the current report has discontinued and the system is printing one copy.
  • Page 118 Action Retransmit the FCB with channel assignments. (Refer to your DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operations Reference for additional information.) Partial set delivered to bin before switch occurred. An incomplete set of printed output was sent to the current bin before the system could complete your request to change to another bin.
  • Page 119 The ‘PQA CONTINUE’ parameter is not allowed with the current selections. For the DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS, you have entered the PQA command with the CONTINUE option, but have not met the requirements that allow the CONTINUE keyword with PQA.
  • Page 120 A connection between FCG and the LPS printer has failed three times. This message is followed by message OS1976 PROFILE NOT LOADED. FCG EXITING: UNABLE TO Action Contact your supervisor or systems specialist. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 121 OS1979 OS1980 OS1981 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE OSS (OPERATING SYSTEM SOFTWARE) MESSAGES NVM address . . . (4050/4090/4650) This message either lists a series of four wire management or seven third party device parameters for you to enter or simply gives the current values.
  • Page 122 No test patterns form available for specified source size No test pattern form file is available for the paper size requested. Action Select a different paper size and retry the command. Abort the operation. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 123: Os Level 2: Routine Maintenance

    READY TO PRINT--CHECK PAPER SUPPLY IN TRAY 1 Action 1. Add paper to (feeder) tray 1. (Refer to the chapter on feeder trays in your DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operator Guide .) 2. Press the <CON> key to resume printing.
  • Page 124 -PRESS i Action If tray switching is desired, reset the paper length guides to the same size. (Refer to the chapter on feeder trays in your DocuPrint 96/ DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operator Guide .) Enter ‘CONTINUE I’ to resume input Select ‘CONTINUE I’...
  • Page 125 End of Volume magnetic tape label. Action 1. Load the magnetic tape reel containing the next volume of the report. (Refer to the offline chapter in your DocuPrint 96/ DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operator Guide .) 2. Enter the CONTINUE I command to resume input.
  • Page 126 Action 1. Reload the magnetic tape reel containing the volume number indicated. (Refer to the offline chapter in your DocuPrint 96/ DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operator Guide .) 2. Enter the CONTINUE I command to resume input. Tape at EOV; ‘CONTINUE I’ will rewind tape.
  • Page 127 PRINTER IS WARMING UP--PAPER TRAY 1 IS EMPTY-- PRESS i Add paper to the main feeder tray. (Refer to the chapter on feeder trays in your DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operator Guide.) PRINTING--PAPER TRAY 1 IS EMPTY. BOTH TRAYS SET FOR _._X_._"...
  • Page 128: The Printer Control Console Displays One Of The Following: Both Trays Set For _._X_._" Paper

    DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operator Guide .) 2. Add paper to feeder tray 2. (Refer to the chapter on feeder trays in your DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operator Guide .) 3. Press the <CON> key to resume printing. Paper Tray x is empty.
  • Page 129 OS2100 OS2106 OS2150 OS2210 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE OSS (OPERATING SYSTEM SOFTWARE) MESSAGES No available trays are ready The tray(s) available for your job are not ready to be used. Possible causes may be that they are empty, have the wrong type of stock, are not properly latched, etc.
  • Page 130 READY TO PRINT. OUTPUT TRAY 2 IS FULL. Action 1. Empty stacker tray 2. (Refer to the chapter on output trays in your DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operator Guide .) Send output to stacker tray 1 by entering the SELECT 1 command.
  • Page 131 OUTPUT STOPPED. SEE MESSAGE AT CRT. Action Adjust the length guide and load paper of correct size. (Refer to the chapter on feeder trays in your DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operator Guide .) 1. Enter the CONTINUE O command, press the Continue button, or press the <CON>...
  • Page 132 3. Use the FEED command to override the data-specified clusters. Current feed cluster deleted The current FEED cluster has been deleted. The system will default to MAIN. Use the FEED cluster name command to change from the default, if desired. Action None. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 133 Press the <CON> key to resume printing and let the FEED command override the DJDE. Enter the FEED MAIN command to let the data stream (DJDE) determine the cluster used. (Refer to your DocuPrint 96/ DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operations Reference chapter on setting up print jobs for additional information.) Enter ‘RETURN’...
  • Page 134 An STIMING command has been detected in the datastream. This command is ignored because the printer relies on the operator using FCG to specify finishing-device timing parameters. This message is informational only. Action None. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 135 OS2451 OS2452 OS2453 OS2501 OS2502 OS2510 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE OSS (OPERATING SYSTEM SOFTWARE) MESSAGES Printer misfeed detected. Check paper supply. Paper was improperly fed from the main and/or auxiliary feeder tray, causing a jam condition. Action Release the feeder belt and check both feeder trays, removing any misfed paper.
  • Page 136 Add two tubes of fuser lubricant if authorized to do so, or contact your supervisor. Please clean the tape drive before next tape mount. Clean the magnetic tape drive before mounting the next tape drive. (Refer to the maintenance chapter in your DocuPrint 96/ DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operator Guide .) Action None.
  • Page 137 2. Enter C to initiate the automatic recovery procedure. 3. Follow recovery instructions on the display. (Refer to the online chapter in your DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operator Guid e.) 4. After the recovery procedure is complete, resend any lost data and enter the CONTINUE O command to resume printing.
  • Page 138 Enter Y to create an accounting file for 2000 reports. Enter N to create an accounting file for 100 reports. (Refer to your DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS System Generation Guide .) 0S2669 Enter ‘PQA Start’ to initiate a Print Quality Adjustment.
  • Page 139 OS2672 OS2673 OS2674 OS2675 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE OSS (OPERATING SYSTEM SOFTWARE) MESSAGES Enter PQA or SUB INK Command or Abort Report or Print Job. The color housing is not ready. This message is displayed when the system requires a print quality adjustment (PQA).
  • Page 140 Change housing for printing in requested ink. The printer requires a primary color which is not currently loaded. Action Change the color housing for the requested ink Abort the print job. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 141 OS2691 OS2692 OS2700 OS2705 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE OSS (OPERATING SYSTEM SOFTWARE) MESSAGES Change housing for color printing or This message is displayed when a problem occurs with the current color housing. It is followed by these messages: OS2673 ENTER THE SUB INK COMMAND OR ABORT THE PRINT JOB and OS2000 ENTER ‘CONTINUE O’...
  • Page 142 This command is no longer supported. See -11 The command entered is obsolete; your system cannot respond. Action 1. Refer to your DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS OSS Program Description (“-11”) for the correct command for the desired process. 2. If information cannot be located, contact your systems specialist or Xerox Customer Support.
  • Page 143 OS2732 OS2733 OS2734 OS2737 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE OSS (OPERATING SYSTEM SOFTWARE) MESSAGES Invalid control key. Retry The system cannot respond at this time to the function key that was pressed due to a conflicting process or condition of the printer.
  • Page 144 Action Reenter the START command with the correct JDE. (Refer to the online chapter in your DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operator Guide .) JDL not found. Check and retry. The JDL entered in the START command does not exist on the system disk.
  • Page 145 If JDE/JDL are different than before the spacing function, enter the CONTINUE command followed by a new JDE and JDL ID (CON “jde,” “jdl”). (Refer to the offline chapter in your DocuPrint 96/ DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operator Guide .) Start-up message from Job Tape follows: This message appears in a single report mode.
  • Page 146 Action None. Disk saturated. Input is waiting for disk space. The print file is full. Input has slowed to allow data to print and create more space on the system disk. Action None. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 147 OS2875 OS2880 OS2885 OS2900 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE OSS (OPERATING SYSTEM SOFTWARE) MESSAGES SDI Job saturates shared disk - possible actions: Release SDI Jobs and enter ’CONTINUE I’ Enter ’PRINT 1’ to print 1 copy of current report Enter ’ABORT JOB #’...
  • Page 148 The system will report data in a “NODEPT” file. Action Enter the ACCOUNT command to establish a file for the department. (Refer to your DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operations Reference chapter on tracking system activity for additional information.) Security violation.
  • Page 149 RCU (Restrict Command Usage) command. Action Obtain the correct password and log on at the required level. (Refer to your DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operations Reference chapter on setting LPS parameters for additional information.) Use ‘PROBLEM’ at earliest opportunity.
  • Page 150: Os Level 3: Printer Problem

    3. If the tray does not rise, enter the FEED 2 command to switch to another tray to complete the job. 4. If the problem continues, contact your systems specialist or Xerox Customer Service. Note: CRT refers to the DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS system controller display. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 151 3. Ensure that the length guide is against the paper edge. (Refer to the chapter on feeder trays in your DocuPrint 96/ DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operator Guide .) 4. Pull out feeder tray 2, then push it all the way back in. The feeder tray should rise automatically.
  • Page 152 1. Check printed output. 2. If output is acceptable, press the <CON> key or the Continue button on the printer to resume printing. If print quality is degraded, contact your systems specialist or Xerox Customer Service. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 153 OS3008 OS3009 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE OSS (OPERATING SYSTEM SOFTWARE) MESSAGES Transparencies loaded--print simplex to sample tray. Transparencies were loaded in selected tray. JSL did not specify simplex printing or delivery to the sample tray. The job will not print.
  • Page 154: Tray 1 Is Set For _X_Mm Paper. Tray 2 Is Set For

    TRAY 1 IS SET FOR _X_MM PAPER. TRAY 2 IS SET FOR _X_MM PAPER. WARMING UP. BOTH PAPER TRAYS NOT SET FOR SAME SIZE. PRESS i 3. Wait until READY TO PRINT appears on the printer control console display. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 155 3. Ensure that the length guide is against the paper edge. (Refer to the chapter on feeder trays in your DocuPrint 96/ DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operator Guide .) 4. Pull out feed tray 3, then push it all the way back in. The feed tray should rise automatically.
  • Page 156 1. Press the <CON> key to ignore the first occurrence of the fault. 2. If the fault continues, enter the STITCH OFF command to turn off the stitching option. 3. Contact your systems specialist or Xerox Customer Service. Output offset failure. Set will not be offset A stitcher/stacker offset failure has occurred.
  • Page 157 OS3400 OS3700 OS3705 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE OSS (OPERATING SYSTEM SOFTWARE) MESSAGES Printer jam... see printer message. A paper jam has occurred at the area indicated on the printer control console display. The printer control console displays one of the following: CHECK FOR PAPER IN AREA 6.
  • Page 158 Action 1. Check the output. 2. Press the <CON> key to resume printing. 3. The message may also appear when a printer fault occurs or if the printer is powered off. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 159: Os Level 4: System Or Tape Problem

    1. Enter the ABORT I command to cancel the job. 2. Clean the magnetic tape drive to ensure read was accurate. (Refer to the maintenance chapter in your DocuPrint 96/ DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operator Guide .) 3. Restart the job. If the message reappears, do one of the following: Enter the CONTINUE I command to resume processing.
  • Page 160 A hardware problem exists with the tape drive. The system is unable to complete the operation in progress. Action Contact your systems specialist or the Xerox Customer Service. Irrecoverable tape read error during tape dump. The START n, DUMP command was entered, but software is unable to read tape.
  • Page 161 * If tape input abort job and clean the drive. Then restart job Enter the ABORT I command and clean the tape drive. (Refer to the maintenance chapter in your DocuPrint 96/ DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operator Guide .) * Space 1 report Enter the SPACE 1 REPORTS command to skip over the problem report.
  • Page 162 The system temporarily lost power due to a power outage or a disconnect from its electrical source. Automatic job recovery is being attempted. Action Follow recovery instructions as they appear on the printer control console display. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 163 1. Enter the PROBLEM command to obtain the SAN code numbers. 2. Contact your systems specialist or Xerox Customer Service. Note: CRT refers to the DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS system controller display. Use problem at earliest opportunity. The system Error Log is nearly full.
  • Page 164: Os Level 6: Job Integrity

    The Ethernet tape has apparent data loss. The job will not print. Action Check the tape at the host to determine where the problem exists; recreate the tape ensuring that data is complete. (Refer to Xerox LPS Tape Formats Manual. ) XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 165 <CON> key until the job prints. Enter the ABORT “job” command to cancel the job. Check JSL, making any changes necessary. (Refer to your DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS PDL Reference or DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operations Reference chapter on setting LPS parameters for additional information.)
  • Page 166 If there are no JSL errors, enter the START n, DUMP command to obtain a tape dump for analysis. Recreate the job with correct tape labels. (Refer to your Xerox LPS Tape Formats Manual .) Note: Check output. One or more pages may be formatted incorrectly and parts of the label may print as data on a separate sheet.
  • Page 167 Enter the ABORT job command to cancel the job. 2. Recode the RTEXT statement, reducing the parameters. (Refer to your DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS PDL Reference .) 3. Restart the job. Insufficient memory to process graphics. Not enough dynamic memory remains to process graphics called for by DJDE.
  • Page 168 The system is unable to access the indicated graphic file because the file header is nonexistent or incorrectly formatted. The job will abort. Action 1. Reload the desired file onto disk. (Refer to your DocuPrint 96/ DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operations Reference chapter on using graphics for additional information.) 2.
  • Page 169 OS6195 OS6196 OS6200 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE OSS (OPERATING SYSTEM SOFTWARE) MESSAGES Page interleaved graphic xxxxxx read but not referenced. A graphic interleaved with text is being input but is not referenced by a DJDE. The graphic will not be printed.
  • Page 170 The page log entry with the graphics specified will not fit in the page log sector on the system disk. The job will abort. Action Recreate the job, reducing the amount of graphic data. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 171 Enter the ABORT job# command to cancel the job. 2. Recode the JDL statements. (Refer to the online and offline chapters in your DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operator Guide .) 3. Restart the job. Problem found in block number nn.
  • Page 172 OS6564 6-94 Interpress data extraction error. An error has occurred when the software was decoding information from the Interpress master for use by the DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS. Action 1. Check for additional messages or instructions on the keyboard display.
  • Page 173 The job will abort. Action Recode JSL so that paper dimensions (PAPERSIZE command) agree with the BEGIN statement. (Refer to your DocuPrint 96/ DocuPrint 96MX LPS PDL Reference .) Input has recovered to next report in job.
  • Page 174 Action None. Syntax error in DJDE. A wrong format or word was used in coding a DJDE record. 1. Recode DJDE correctly. (Refer to your DocuPrint 96/ Action DocuPrint 96MX LPS PDL Reference .) 2. Restart the job. DJDE error - illegal page interleaved graphic callout.
  • Page 175 Action 1. Recode DJDE, using a standard interleaved graphic callout instead of an SD callout. (Interleaved graphic parameter should be T instead of D.) (Refer to your DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS PDL Reference .) 2. Restart the job. DJDE processing error: SEF file not found.
  • Page 176 (DJDE is ignored) or ABORT I command to cancel the job. 2. If Error = Abort: Do one of following: Recode DJDE with a different file name. (Refer to your DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS PDL Reference or your DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operations Referenc e chapter on using the editor for additional information.) Load the desired file to disk.
  • Page 177 Action 1. Enter the ABORT command to cancel the job. 2. Recompile PDE correctly. (Refer to your DocuPrint 96/ DocuPrint 96MX LPS PDL Reference .) 3. Reload the PDE file to the system disk. (Refer to your DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS PDL Reference .)
  • Page 178 Action Reenter the DJDE command, specifying a STOCKSET. (Refer to your DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS PDL Reference , chapter 4, “Dynamic Job Descriptor Entries.”) File x processing aborted—data format error. A required nonblank delimiting character is missing from a record in the file being processed or was replaced by a different character in some records.
  • Page 179 The file indicated contains more card-images than specified in DJDE. The extra card-images will not be copied to disk. Action 1. Recode DJDE, specifying the correct number of card-images. (Refer to your DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operations Reference chapter on LPS processing for additional information.) 2. Resend the job.
  • Page 180 5. Action 1. Obtain the correct password and log on at Level 5. (Refer to your DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operations Reference chapter on setting LPS parameters for additional information.) 2. Resend the job. No space on disk for file x.
  • Page 181 CWP jobs. Job is aborting. Action 1. Restart job, using correct font tape. 2. Call Xerox Font Center for information on replacing font. Too many SEF Font mapping errors. An exceedingly large number of Short Edge Feed font mapping errors has occurred.
  • Page 182 CWP,STA[RT] command. Job will abort. Action 1. Reenter CWP,STA[RT] command, including .XCS extension in document name. (Refer to your Xerox LPS Reference Manual, “Ethernet communications interface” chapter.) 2. Resend job. Improper file format. Record size is not 80 bytes.
  • Page 183 Improper host type for XCS file. No host type was specified for “Volume Host =” statement in JDL. Job will abort. 1. Recode JDL with correct host type. (Refer to your DocuPrint 96/ Action DocuPrint 96MX LPS PDL Reference .) 2.
  • Page 184 Action Check printed output. If overflow has occurred, recreate the job using a smaller font or fewer lines per page. (Refer to your DocuPrint 96/ DocuPrint 96MX LPS PDL Reference .) Data origin off page. Check output.
  • Page 185 OS6920 OS6949 OS6950 OS6951 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE OSS (OPERATING SYSTEM SOFTWARE) MESSAGES LINE exceeded page limit. Line truncated. A new margin has taken effect or a new line was started. Current line length is longer than page size. The excess has been cut off.
  • Page 186 PDE list. Action 1. Recode the RTEXT font index statement with an appropriate index number. (Refer to your DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS PDL Reference .) 2. Restart the job. Invalid font index for page numbering.
  • Page 187: Os Level 7: System Problem

    OS7140 OS7150 OS7160 OS7170 OS7190 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE OSS (OPERATING SYSTEM SOFTWARE) MESSAGES Indicates a problem with a specific job. Run the next job and report the problem to your supervisor. PCC or translate table unreadable.
  • Page 188 Action 1. Rerun the job to determine if the failure was an intermittent error. 2. If the failure recurs, contact your systems specialist or Xerox Customer Service. Invalid JDE/JDL for online processing. The system is operating online, but a JDE was specified that cannot be used online.
  • Page 189 Multiple begins in PDE not supported—Job aborted The multiple begins specified in the PDE cannot be completed. The job has been aborted. 1. Recode the PDE. (Refer to your DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX Action LPS PDL Reference .) 2. Restart the job.
  • Page 190 The memory needed by input task to accomplish DJDE/Delimiter processing exceeds the memory available. Action 1. Reduce the complexity of form. (Refer to your DocuPrint 96/ DocuPrint 96MX LPS Forms Creation Guide .) 2. Rerun the job to determine if failure is an intermittent CPU/ memory failure.
  • Page 191 1. Recode PDE with a smaller set of fonts. (Refer to your DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operations Reference chapter on setting LPS parameters for additional information and your DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS PDL Reference .) 2. Restart the job. Job too big for available memory-output.
  • Page 192 A feed stock has been specified that is not contained in the current stockset. Action Restate your cluster command to include that feed stock. (Refer to the chapter on feeder trays in your DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operator Guide . XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 193: Os Level 8: Probable Severe Software Error

    Press the Boot button and enter B. Enter the HIP ONLINE;START command, if desired. Resend the job. If the problem continues, resysgen, if authorized to do so, Contact your systems specialist (refer to your DocuPrint 96/ DocuPrint 96MX LPS System Generation Guide ). 6-115...
  • Page 194 Enter the HIP ONLINE;START command, if desired. Resend the job. If the problem continues, resysgen, if authorized to do so, Contact your systems specialist (refer to your DocuPrint 96/ DocuPrint 96MX LPS System Generation Guide ). IPD dynamic memory; initialization failure.
  • Page 195 The input task encountered a system disk error during a sample print job. Action 1. Restart the job. 2. If the failure recurs, contact your systems specialist or Xerox Customer Service. Input cannot open accounting file. The accounting file on the system disk cannot be accessed.
  • Page 196 1. Restart the job. This message should not reappear if the failure was an intermittent CPU/memory failure or software error. 2. If the message recurs, contact your systems specialist or Xerox Customer Service Bad LBN on disk I/O... input aborting.
  • Page 197 The indicated disk drive cannot be used because it was moved from another system and was not formatted for this one. Action Reformat the disk. (Refer to your DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS System Generation Guide .) Drive xxx not useable: should be drive yyy.
  • Page 198 The input task is unable to read a font file header due to software or system disk/CPU problems. The job will abort. Action 1. Reload the font file. (Refer to your DocuPrint 96/ DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operations Reference chapter on using the font editor for additional information.) 2.
  • Page 199 1. Recompile the form with the correct file header. (Refer to your DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS Forms Creation Guide .) 2. Reload form file to system disk. (Refer to your DocuPrint 96/ DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operations Reference chapter on managing LPS resources for additional information.) 3.
  • Page 200 Boot button and entering B. 4. Restart the job. 5. If the problem continues, resysgen, if authorized to do so (refer to your DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS System Generation Guide ), Contact your systems specialist. Unable to initiate HIP task.
  • Page 201: Os Level 9: Probable Severe Hardware Error

    OS Level 9: Probable severe hardware error OS9050 OS9101 OS9102 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE OSS (OPERATING SYSTEM SOFTWARE) MESSAGES Warns of probable hardware errors. Unexpected error detected by RIP. Enter: A RIP error has occurred. You will be prompted to CONTINUE or ABORT.
  • Page 202 DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS System Generation Guide .) Resend the job. Contact your systems specialist or Xerox Customer Support to log the bad sector and delete the well-known name. Disk error processing Interpress job errors (RTXFIL.SYS). The system has detected a read or write error when logging or printing a job error;...
  • Page 203 Enter the ABORT O command to cancel the report. 2. Recreate the job, reducing the amount of data per page. Note: CRT refers to the DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS System controller display. Duplex set-up error. Page won‘t be printed. ABORT O or...
  • Page 204 2. Restart the job. 3. If the problem continues, contact your systems specialist or Xerox Customer Service. Note: CRT refers to the DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS system controller display. Graphic imaging error. Page won‘t be printed. ABORT O. A graphic is positioned or scaled off the page.
  • Page 205 Memory parity errors: Call for service. A fatal memory parity error has occurred during normal processing. Action 1. Restart the job. 2. If the failure recurs, contact your systems specialist or Xerox Customer Service. 0S9420 Disk error - Input. The input task detected a system disk error. The job is aborted.
  • Page 206 2. If the failure recurs, a problem with the system disk is indicated. Contact your systems specialist or Xerox Customer Service. Note: CRT refers to the DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS system controller display. Unable to recover from disk error. Resetting system.
  • Page 207 A fatal system disk error has occurred in input. Action 1. Restart the job. 2. If the failure recurs, contact your systems specialist or Xerox Customer Service. System cannot go “ONLINE.” The ONLINE command was entered, but a fatal error in online interface prevents it from being processed.
  • Page 208 Action Reboot the system by pressing the Boot button, then entering B. If the message reappears, contact your systems specialist or Xerox Service Support Center. Invalid or destroyed task images: Indicated driver files required for operation of the system appear to have been destroyed on the system disk.
  • Page 209 Action 1. Reboot the system by pressing the Boot button, then entering 2. If the message reappears, resysgen if authorized to do so, (refer to your DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS System Generation Guide ), Contact your systems specialist. System not operational.
  • Page 210 A hardware problem has occurred that is sufficiently severe to prevent operation of the system. Action 1. Reboot the system by pressing the Boot button, then entering 2. If message reappears, contact your systems specialist or Xerox Customer Service. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 211: Pdl (Job Source Library Compilation) Messages

    Level 8—probable severe software errors Level 9—probable severe hardware errors Note: For instructions on compiling JSLs and list of PDL commands, refer to your DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS PDL Reference . Noreplace specified. A JDL object file that already exists was recompiled with NOREPLACE option.
  • Page 212 **JSL CONTAINED ERRORS*** Job Source Library contained some incorrect entries. Action 1. Check the specified feature setting. 2. Edit JSL entries. 3. Recompile JSL. (Refer to your DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS PDL Reference .) XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 213 An attempt was made to access it at a wrong logon level. Action To access the file, obtain the correct password and logon at Level 5. (Refer to your DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operations Reference , chapter 1, “System setup,” “File access and command protection commands” section.) Tape read error.
  • Page 214 UNEXPECTED FILE OVERFLOW ENCOUNTERED DURING I/O A large enough file was not created to allow complete transfer from disk during input or output. 1. Retry compiling JSL. (Refer to your DocuPrint 96/ Action DocuPrint 96MX LPS PDL Reference . 2. If the problem continues, contact your systems specialist or...
  • Page 215 PD9440 PD9450 PD9460 PD9470 PD9480 PD9500 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE PDL (JOB SOURCE LIBRARY COMPILATION) MESSAGES I/O error, processing SEF mapping file. An I/O error occurred while processing the Short Edge Feed font mapping file. Action Recompile the JSL that generated the requested mapping file and retry the operation.
  • Page 216 The requested output file cannot be opened. Action 1. Verify the output file name and reenter the command Close the source file and resend it. 2. If the message reappears, contact your systems specialist or Xerox Customer Service. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 217 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE 8PG (PURGE command) These messages may appear during process of purging disk or print file. Refer to your DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operations Reference for detailed information about the PURGE command. Processing the entire disk.
  • Page 218: Pg (Purge Command) Messages

    A PURGE command was entered while purge was already in progress. The command is ignored. Action None Purge processor aborting The ABORT command was entered. The purge process is being terminated. Action None XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 219: Pr (Hardcopy Graphics Printing Command) Messages

    These messages may appear during the HARDCOPY process (printing copy of graphic .IMG files with comprehensive descriptor page). Refer to your DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operations Reference for information about the HARDCOPY command. All files hardcopied, hardcopy exiting.
  • Page 220 2. Reenter the HARDCOPY command. Scale factor invalid, check and retry. The “n/d” scale parameter of the HARDCOPY command was entered incorrectly. Reenter the command correctly. (Refer to your DocuPrint 96/ Action DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operations Reference chapter on running print jobs.) HPOS value out of range, check and retry.
  • Page 221 File creation is aborted. Action 1. Resend the file. 2. If the problem recurs, contact your systems specialist or Xerox Customer Service. Cannot open RECTSK.SYS. The system is unable to initiate job recovery after a software failure because a hardware error makes the recovery file inaccessible.
  • Page 222 PR (HARDCOPY GRAPHICS PRINTING COMMAND) MESSAGES XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 223: Psc (Printer Subsystem Controller Command) Messages

    10PSC (printer subsystem controller command) messages The PSC command enables the selectable download of a printer controller and RIP software. (Refer to your DocuPrint 96/ DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operations Reference chapter on managing LPS resources for additional information on the PSC command.) Initializing printer.
  • Page 224 CSI download error —CSI not loaded. The CSI board is not functional. Action Contact your systems specialist or the Xerox Customer Service. SCSI download failed—executing from ROM. The firmware downloaded to the SCSI controller failed. The SCSI controller is executing from a ROM chip.
  • Page 225 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE PSC (PRINTER SUBSYSTEM CONTROLLER COMMAND) MESSAGES Download error: SAN nn.nn This message provides the Software Analysis Code (SAN) needed by Xerox Customer Service to correct the download error. Action None Download error: SAN nn.nn This message provides the Software Analysis Code (SAN) needed by Xerox Customer Service to correct the download error.
  • Page 226 PSC (PRINTER SUBSYSTEM CONTROLLER COMMAND) MESSAGES 10-4 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 227: 11. 11Scale Command Messages

    The requested file cannot be scaled. Action Verify the file type and reenter the command. The file type must be FRM, FNT, FN6, LG0, or LG6. (Refer to your DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operations Reference chapter on managing LPS resources for additional information.)
  • Page 228 2. Restore the file from a backup source (e.g., tape, floppy, or host). 3. Recreate the file using FDL if an FRM file. 4. Contact your systems specialist or Xerox Customer Service to log the bad sector and delete the well-known name. File already exists, overwrite xxxx (Yes or No)? The requested file already exists.
  • Page 229 1. If you are not using an Interpress font, add switch “A” (assign escapement) to the SCALE command line. (Refer to your DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS OSS Program Description, - 11.) 2. If the message reappears, contact your systems specialist or Xerox Customer Support.
  • Page 230 **Font scaling resulted in size mismatch** Scaling caused a mismatch between the estimated and actual bitmap sizes. Action Contact your systems specialist or Xerox Customer Support. **Font xxxx is not alpha-numeric** The font or logo is either Kanji or corrupted. Action 1.
  • Page 231 SCALE. Action Reenter the SCALE command, including the input file name. (Refer to your DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operations Reference chapter on managing LPS resources for additional information.) **Only one line per TL supported** A nonstandard FRM file has been used that is not supported by SCALE.
  • Page 232 The requested font is being scaled to the name shown in the message. Action None Scaling form: xxxx The requested form is being scaled. Action None Scaling FST entry. The font or logo specification table is being scaled. Action None XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 233 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE Scaling header. The font or logo header is being scaled. Action None Scaling logo: xxxx The requested logo is being scaled. Action nONE. Scaling TL number: n Text line number n is being scaled.
  • Page 234 SCALE COMMAND MESSAGES 11-8 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 235: Sfs (Status File Services Command) Messages

    The following messages refer to the status file services (SFS) command, which creates, clears, displays, prints, and stores status file information. Refer to your DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operations Reference chapters on tracking system activity and managing system resources for detailed information about the SFS command.
  • Page 236 An SFS command was entered, but Status File had already been cleared and no new file was created. Action 1. Enter the SFS CREATE command to recreate the Status File. 2. Reenter the desired SFS command XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 237 Press the On Line button on the magnetic tape drive. Reload the magnetic tape correctly. (Refer to the offline chapter in your DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operator Guide .) Statement ignored. During the compiling of a user-created form, the system has encountered a command in which incorrect syntax was used.
  • Page 238 The column width value specified in the WIDTH statement for the user-created form is smaller than the actual content of the column. The system will enter only as many characters as will fit, ignoring the rest, and compile the form. Action None. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 239 SF6070 SF6071 SF9500 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE SFS (STATUS FILE SERVICES COMMAND) MESSAGES E - value for ‘Width’ unspecified or exceeds limit. The value entered for the WIDTH statement for a user-created form is larger than that permitted for the column width; or no WIDTH statement was entered.
  • Page 240 SFS (STATUS FILE SERVICES COMMAND) MESSAGES 12-6 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 241: System Verification Error Messages

    XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE 13System verification error These messages appear on the system controller display if problems are detected during the verification self-tests that the system runs at start-up after the Date and Time display is entered or disabled. These messages are not displayed with letter or number codes.
  • Page 242 Main memory missing: Bank(s) xx, xx, xy, xz, ... Message appears if any memory specified during the system configuration phase is either not present or has had data loss. Banks are displayed in 16K sections. Action None. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 243 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE No font memory available. All banks of font memory appear not to be functional or to have suffered data loss. Action None. No graphics memory. All banks of graphics memory appear to be missing or have failed testing.
  • Page 244 SYSTEM VERIFICATION ERROR MESSAGES 13-4 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 245: Summary Sheet Error Messages

    XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE 14Summary sheet error Your DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS communicates Interpress error messages to you on the system controller display and on summary sheets that accompany your printed output. Summary sheets are placed at the end of printed jobs. Errors printed on a summary sheet have three main fields: •...
  • Page 246: Appearance Error Message

    SUMMARY SHEET ERROR MESSAGES Appearance error message 14-2 your DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS Operations Reference chapter on HIP-accessed communicating modes. Note: In the Meaning/action column of this chapter, the term operand refers to that which is acted upon (i.e., data) in an operation or process;...
  • Page 247 None. Form file not found: “fileType>fileName.” When processing an SIF, no file with the name filename.filetype was locally available to the DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS. Action Load the form on the LPS or change the form reference in the document and resend the document.
  • Page 248 1. Download the Raster Image Processor (RIP) software via the PSC RIP command. 2. Resend the document. 3. If the problem continues, contact your systems specialist or Xerox support. Note: In this message, the letter “B” indicates an octal value. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 249: Appearance Warning Messages

    If so, load the correct font on the printer and reprocess the document. Appearance Warning (page n): Invalid packed pixel array data. During the decompression of a Xerox/Packed pixel array, the format of the pixel array is determined to be invalid. Action None.
  • Page 250 SHIFT JSL command. Action None. Invalid packed pixel array data. During the decompression of a Xerox/Packed pixel array, the format of the pixel array is invalid. Action None. Logo off paper on page n at <nn.nnn>,<nn.nnn> [inches];...
  • Page 251 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE Master Error (page n): Problem with insert file; invalid file folder: “file-type”. An SIF requested a file folder (type) not accessible from an interpress master. The valid folders are FRM, IMG, LGO, LIB, SPL, and XCS.
  • Page 252 The line may be entirely off the page and not visible. If the error is the result of a family substitution, the correct family may be loaded on the DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS and the document resent. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 253: Fatal Error Messages

    Fatal error messages XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE Fatal Error: Incorrect size for jobAccount name; the size must be between 1 and 31 characters inclusive. The jobAccount name taken from the document exceeded the length of the allowable range.
  • Page 254 (GVG or GHO). Action None. No resources; insufficient dynamic memory. Virtual memory space was exhausted during Interpress master processing and the job was aborted. Action None. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 255 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE Operator requested job abort. The ABORT I command terminated document processing at the end of the current page. Action None. Page too complicated; too many fonts+forms+operators text+graphics. The page is too complicated to print.
  • Page 256 Note: In this message, the letter “B” indicates an octal value. Unexpected error. Code = n. An error occurred during processing. Action Contact your systems specialist or Xerox Customer Support. Unknown state discovered during attempted MARK Recovery. MARK Recovery failed. Action 1.
  • Page 257: Informational Messages

    Informational messages XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE Informational Messages Character nB is not in font “fileType>localFontName”, set nB. This message identifies character references beyond the last character, highest character code, in an LPS font and follows ...Font problem... The substitute character appears in place of the invalid character.
  • Page 258 This message is preceded by the ... Font Problem ... message. Action None. Note: In this message, the letter “B” indicates an octal value. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 259 Most of the messages are generated by information in the printing instructions. If a particular message is not included, the printing instructions in the document did not define the corresponding entry. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE 14-15...
  • Page 260: Master Error Messages

    Interpress family mapping does not contain the requested point size. Action Invoke the FIS utility to add the desired orientation or allow point size substitution for the Interpress family via the IFU SUBSTITUTE command. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 261 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE Font problem; font “interpressFontName” unknown. The default family name, as specified in the font profile or IPFNTS.JSL, does not have a mapping to LPS fonts defined for the identified family. Action Key in IFU ADD for the desired family or default family.
  • Page 262 In processing an Interpress operator, the required operand type was not found on the stack. Action None. Invalid argument(s) value for operator: <operatorName>. An invalid value for the operator was found. Action None. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 263 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE Master not well-formed; bad document header. The Interpress header, “Interpress/Xerox/n.0...” was not found in a file that required one. The file is either the Interpress master or an SIF. A SIF problem is preceded by the error “Master Warning (page n): Problem with insert file: "fileType>fileName."”...
  • Page 264 COMPOSED operator. An internal error in processing a composed operator was found. Action Contact your systems specialist or Xerox Customer Service. Parse failure; MARK not found during COUNT/UNMARK operation. An UNMARK or UNMARK0 operation failed to find a MARK on the stack.
  • Page 265 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE Parse failure; unrecognized operator: <n> When processing a form, a form file with an invalid format was found. Action Recompile the form’s FSL. Problem with insert file; invalid file folder: “fileType.” An SIF requested a file folder (type) that is not accessible from an Interpress master.
  • Page 266: Master Warning Messages

    Action None. Too many “Page Warnings” on this page. Too many page warnings were found to continue processing the page and a MARK Recovery to the next page was performed. Action None XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 267: System Problem Messages

    System problem messages XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE System Problem: Accounting initialization failure. A problem processing the accounting information was found. Action None. Can not record errors; “SYS>RTXFIL” missing resysgen. The file that stores errors during processing of the Interpress master is not on the LPS.
  • Page 268 An error was found while reading the system disk. The system disk contains one or more bad sectors that are not included in the bad block file. Action 1. Resend the document. 2. If the problem continues, call Xerox Customer Service. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 269 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE Unrecoverable disk error reading “SYS>IPFNTS”; recompile “JSL>IPFNTS.” An error was found while reading the system disk. The system disk contains one or more bad sectors that are not in the bad block file.
  • Page 270 SUMMARY SHEET ERROR MESSAGES 14-26 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 271: Docuprint 96/Docuprint 96Mx Lps Additional Messages

    XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE 15DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS additional messages These messages may appear on your DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS PC User Interface (PC UI). How the messages are organized Messages that appear on your screen with numbers in front of them are listed in the first part of this chapter in numerical order.
  • Page 272 DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS ADDITIONAL MESSAGES 15-2 General action to take As a general rule, when an error message is displayed in a message window on your DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX PC User Interface, the recommended actions are as follows: • Action Follow any specific instructions the message gives you.
  • Page 273: Numbered Docuprint 96/Docuprint 96Mx Lps Messages

    Messages 7 through 36 Messages 7 through 36 appear when serious User Interface software problems occur. For all of these messages, call for Xerox service. Messages 41 and 42 At least one of the main UI windows did not create Microsoft Windows cannot create a window required by the SysUI.
  • Page 274 1. Ensure no other Microsoft Windows applications using the communication ports are running. 2. Ensure COM port is properly configured. 3. Select the OK header button to retry the process. If the problem persists, call Xerox Customer Service. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 275 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS ADDITIONAL MESSAGES Can’t post SM_COMM message Posting of the SM_COMM message to the application’s queue failed. The communication with the system controller has not been initiated. Action 1. Ensure no other Microsoft Windows applications using the communication ports are running.
  • Page 276 Xerox Customer Service. Receive queue overflow The communication driver’s receive queue is full. Action Select the OK header button to retry the process. If the problem persists, call Xerox Customer Service. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 277 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS ADDITIONAL MESSAGES Parity error while receiving The user interface does not use this feature of RS232. Action Select the OK header button to retry the process. If the problem persists, call Xerox Customer Service.
  • Page 278 Xerox Customer Service. 1544 Invalid mouse click rate A double click interval of zero was specified. Action Select the OK header button to retry the process. If the problem persists, call Xerox Customer Service. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 279 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS ADDITIONAL MESSAGES 1545 Invalid mouse speed rate An incorrect mouse speed was specified. Action Select the OK header button to retry the process. If the problem persists, call Xerox Customer Service.
  • Page 280 The sum of the parameter values for the “DATABITS”, “STOPBITS” and “PARITY” statement in the SysUI configuration file is invalid. Action Select the OK header button to retry the process. If the problem persists, call Xerox Customer Service. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 281 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS ADDITIONAL MESSAGES 1561 Cannot create UI Dirty File; UI cannot run MS-DOS cannot create a SysUI dirty file. Action Select the OK header button to retry the process. If the problem persists, call Xerox Customer Service.
  • Page 282 2. Modify CONLOG entry in configuration file to reduce size of console log to be created, or delete unnecessary items on hard disk. 3. Select the OK header button to retry the process. If the problem persists, call Xerox Customer Service. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 283 1. Restart the PC user interface hardware from Power On. 2. Ensure no other Microsoft Windows applications are running. 3. Select the OK header button to retry the process. If the problem persists, call Xerox Customer Service and provide the UI Crash Log, if installed. 3550 Unable to read last Console Log Data record Unable to read last record from console log.
  • Page 284 1. Restart the PC user interface hardware from Power On or DOS command line. 2. Select the OK header button to retry the process. If the problem persists, call Xerox Customer Service and provide the UI Crash Log, if installed. 3564 Invalid client data buffer handle Calling function‘s buffer handle to be used to store data is invalid.
  • Page 285 4087 through 4095 4097 through 4105 4117 through 4125 4127 through 4135 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS ADDITIONAL MESSAGES 3578 A Console Log is being formatted for printing Formatting of a console log in preparation for printing is currently in progress.
  • Page 286 Select the OK header button to retry the process. Action If the problem persists, call Xerox Customer Service. Messages 4500 through 4506 The following messages (4500 through 4506) are the results of problems/warnings/status that could occur when displaying objects.
  • Page 287 Memory controlled by DDB (Dialog Data Base) functions cannot be unlocked. Action 1. Restart the UI from Power On. 2. If the problem persists, call for Xerox Customer Service and provide the UI Crash Log, if available. 9044 Insufficient memory Insufficient memory to allocate DDB (Dialog Data Base) file control table.
  • Page 288 1. Restart the PC user interface hardware from Power On. 2. Ensure no other Microsoft Windows applications are running. 3. Select the OK header button to retry the process. If the problem persists, call Xerox Customer Service and provide the UI Crash Log, if available. 9059 No index file on reopen error Intermediate DDB (Dialog Data Base) index file not found.
  • Page 289 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS ADDITIONAL MESSAGES 9060 No data file on re-open error Intermediate DDB (Dialog Data Base) data file not found. The missing file may represent the results of one or more previous steps in the process of the program (MM, CD or TDB).
  • Page 290 Microsoft Windows GlobalAlloc has (or would have) failed. Action 1. Ensure no other Microsoft Windows applications are running. 2. Restart the PC user interface from Power On. 3. If problem persists, call Xerox Customer Service and provide the UI Crash Log, if available. 9538 Can’t lock memory A NULL or invalid handle has been (or would have been) passed to GlobalLock.
  • Page 291 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS ADDITIONAL MESSAGES A boundary must be selected for 0 reams. The 0 reams option has been selected in the Bin Full Criteria window. Action Select a separation boundary (Set, Report, or Job) in the Bin Full Criteria window to tell the printer to switch bins after one set, one report, or one job.
  • Page 292 Following the end of report printing, the phase manager cannot find a phase record to manage the completion of the audit log. Action If the problem persists, call Xerox Customer Service. Attempting to establish communication with the Printer. The system has been booted or PSC has been entered, so the system controller is trying to establish low level communication with the printer.
  • Page 293 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS ADDITIONAL MESSAGES AUD file Mgr extended file not found. Action If the problem persists, call Xerox Customer Service. AUD File Mgr file access denied due to read only mode or owner name.
  • Page 294 DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS ADDITIONAL MESSAGES 15-24 AUD File Mgr file not found. Action If the problem persists, call Xerox Customer Service. AUD File Mgr file not open. Action If the problem persists, call Xerox Customer Service. AUD File Mgr file table full.
  • Page 295 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS ADDITIONAL MESSAGES AUD File Mgr lock error. Action If the problem persists, call Xerox Customer Service. AUD File Mgr operation not allowed at this time. Action If the problem persists, call Xerox Customer Service.
  • Page 296 15-26 AUD File Mgr rejected # of records specified in reject count for Extended Get/Step. Action If the problem persists, call Xerox Customer Service. AUD File Mgr Supplemental index damaged. Action If the problem persists, call Xerox Customer Service. AUD File Mgr transaction already active.
  • Page 297 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS ADDITIONAL MESSAGES Audit Log formatting - no files selected. The criteria selected in the audit log print options or audit log job options window are not met. This applies to the ’Jobs’ option only.
  • Page 298 Action Check JSL or DJDE in job stream to ensure that all Page Detail BTEXT keywords and parameters are correct. Parameters to check are SEQ, PRA, and TXT. If the problem persist, call Xerox Customer Service BTEXT signal text invalid A BTEXT keyword or parameter is invalid.
  • Page 299 Cannot allocate memory for report display list. Insufficient system memory exists to display a list of Audit Logs. Action Try a filtered list of logs, if the problem persists, call Xerox Customer Service. Cannot allocate memory for report phase record.
  • Page 300 Insufficient system memory available to display a large list of Audit Logs. Action Try a filtered list of logs, if the problem persists, call Xerox Customer Service. Cannot find input phase to match output phase. An output signal has been received that cannot be matched by report number to its corresponding input.
  • Page 301 Action Rename any file that has these terms in the file name. Client-Layer is established The DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS is communicating normally. Action Before printing, check the PC user interface or printer control console for instructions on clearing any existing faults. If you are instructed to...
  • Page 302 PC UI session is restarted. Action If the problem persists, call Xerox Customer Service. Corrupt Master Directory file. The record manager has detected an error while reading the Master Directory file for a list of Audit Logs.
  • Page 303 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS ADDITIONAL MESSAGES Empty delete list. Dialog has requested that an Audit Log be deleted but has not provided a report name or job number. Action If the problem persists, call Xerox Customer Service.
  • Page 304 15-34 Error extending AUD File Mgr file. Action If the problem persists, call Xerox Customer Service. Error opening report format output file. The record manager is unable to open the output file that contains the formatted audit log text. Audit logs cannot be displayed or printed.
  • Page 305 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS ADDITIONAL MESSAGES Expanded Memory Manager reports error to Btreive. Action If the problem persists, call Xerox Customer Service. Extended Get/Step operations have exceeded pre-image buffer. Action If the problem persists, call Xerox Customer Service.
  • Page 306 This could occur during PC UI session startup. Windows has failed to allow the auditor feature to create a window. Action If the problem persists, call Xerox Customer Service. Failure to initialize Btrieve. This may occur during PC UI session startup. The File Manager used for auditing has failed to properly initiate.
  • Page 307 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS ADDITIONAL MESSAGES Failure to stop AUD file Mgr. This may occur when the Exit To DOS option is selected from the System Control or Utilities Menu. The File Manager used for auditing has failed to properly terminate.
  • Page 308 An incorrect file name may have been entered, or the file name does not exist. Action 1. Check the file listing of the window you are working in for the correct file name. 2. If the problem persists, contact your systems specialist. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 309 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS ADDITIONAL MESSAGES File could not be found. Ensure that the file name is valid. An incorrect file name may have been entered, or the file name does not exist.
  • Page 310 15-40 Filter file read / open error. One of the filter files cannot be opened. Action If the problem persists, call Xerox Customer Service. Filter limit reached by Extended Get/Next operation. Action If the problem persists, call Xerox Customer Service.
  • Page 311 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS ADDITIONAL MESSAGES In-process record read is not Log Header. The expected Audit Log header record was not read from the audit log in-process file. Action If the problem persists, call Xerox Customer Service.
  • Page 312 DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS ADDITIONAL MESSAGES 15-42 Invalid AUD File Mgr op code. Action If the problem persists, call Xerox Customer Service. Invalid audit log data request parameter. The auditor is using an invalid parameter to request a data value Action If the problem persists, call Xerox Customer Service.
  • Page 313 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS ADDITIONAL MESSAGES Invalid key type when creating or extending file. Action If the problem persists, call Xerox Customer Service. Invalid mix of single/multiple record locks. Action If the problem persists, call Xerox Customer Service.
  • Page 314 An FPOSL command has an invalid parameter. The report definition file may be corrupt. Action If the problem persists, call Xerox Customer Service. Invalid parameter - FPOSN command. An FPOSN command has an invalid parameter. The report definition file may be corrupt.
  • Page 315 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS ADDITIONAL MESSAGES Invalid parameter - PLINES command. A PLINES command has an invalid parameter. The report definition file may be corrupt. Action If the problem persists, call Xerox Customer Service.
  • Page 316 IP Header record not read while completing Audit Log. The in-process file is corrupted and does not contain a header record for the report that is being audited. Action If the problem persists, call Xerox Customer Service. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 317 Log xxx cannot be created. The console log cannot be saved to the floppy diskette. Action If problem persists, contact your systems specialist or Xerox Customer Service. Log xxx does not exist. The requested console log file name does not exist.
  • Page 318 Action 1. Press the reset button on the PC user interface processor. 2. If the problem persists, call Xerox Customer Service. Log xxx is unreadable and cannot be (emptied/deleted/printed/ displayed/saved). Use a backup log. The saved console log is unreadable and no action can be performed on it.
  • Page 319 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS ADDITIONAL MESSAGES No Master Directory file found. Attempting to list Audit Logs, but no Master Directory is found. This condition exists if no Audit Logging has been performed. Action If the problem persists, call Xerox Customer Service.
  • Page 320 Action None. Printer is ready. Informational message. The DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS is communicating normally and is ready to print. There are no existing faults or hints. Action None. Printer is reinitializing.
  • Page 321 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS ADDITIONAL MESSAGES Read error during save. The record manager has detected a read error during an Audit Log save operation. Action If the problem persists, call Xerox Customer Service.
  • Page 322 End Of Report signal for the preceding job. Action If the problem persists, call Xerox Customer Service. SOR-output received out of sequence - already in output phase. A Start Of Report signal has been received from the ESS before an End Of Report signal for the preceding job.
  • Page 323 The note cannot be saved because of incorrect file format. Action 1. Follow the message instructions. 2. If problem persists, call your systems specialist or Xerox Customer Service. There are no Hints (*) This message is displayed with the “Printer is ready” message. The LPS is ready to print the current job.
  • Page 324 Retry the operation with filters to reduce the number of logs that will be listed. Use the Jobs option to reduce the number of logs that will be listed. If the problem persists, call Xerox Customer Service. Too many audit jobs to list. Try filter.
  • Page 325 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS ADDITIONAL MESSAGES Unable to write the File. Try again. The console log record could not be written to disk due to hardware consideration. The actions need to be repeated.
  • Page 326 DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS ADDITIONAL MESSAGES 15-56 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 327: Xerox Customer Support Center

    XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE AXerox support services Xerox support services are there to help you if your laser printing system should develop a severe hardware, software, or applications problem. If a problem continues after you have tried all remedial actions suggested in this guide, first notify your lead operator or systems specialist (depending on your site’s procedures).
  • Page 328: Xerox Support Services

    Service” throughout this guide. If the problem continues, call the Xerox Customer Service Support Center at the telephone number printed on the printer control console or provided by your Xerox Sales representative, analyst, or Service Representative. Before contacting Xerox Customer Service, note the following: –...
  • Page 329 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE Paper size measuring 297 by 420 mm. Paper size measuring 210 by 297 mm. abort To terminate the printing of a job or execution of a program before it completes.
  • Page 330 (pixel); for example, if a bit is 1, the corresponding pixel is printed. Display image generated bit by bit for each point or dot. A software- driven scanner is used to create characters or graphics. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 331 (, . ! ?) used to represent data. Characters can also be nonprinting, such as space, tab, or carriage return. character cell Digitized space containing a single character within a font set. character code Code representing alphanumeric information, for example, ASCII. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE GLOSSARY-3...
  • Page 332 GLOSSARY-4 Code associated with the universal identifier “Xerox” to indicate the version of the Xerox character code standard used to code Interpress strings. Number of different characters used by a particular device, including alphabetic, numeric, and special characters such as symbols.
  • Page 333 Term used to indicate jobs in which multiple copies of a report will contain different data, as with paychecks and banking statements. characters per inch. Designates the number of characters per inch for a particular typeface. See also pitch. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE GLOSSARY-5...
  • Page 334 The default value of a field may be changed. Portion of alphabetic character that extends below the baseline. See also ascender, x height. device Any piece of hardware other than the central processing unit (CPU). XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 335 Smallest size standard typewriter type: 12 characters per horizontal inch. See also pica. Blank spaces within a command line. Xerox local area network (LAN) that allows data to be transmitted by cable from one device to another, enabling it to share the network. GLOSSARY...
  • Page 336 Page of data that, when preceded by proper commands, is stored on the system disk as a permanent file. It may be merged with variable data by a form start command. See also FDL; FSL. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 337 Feeder tray capable of holding 2500 sheets of 20 pound/75 gsm paper. The high-capacity feeder trays are the primary paper supply for the DocuPrint 96/DocuPrint 96MX LPS. They are located in the bottom half of the feeder/stacker modules.
  • Page 338 General term encompassing the flow of data into and out of a system. Formatting control for the pages of a report. insert To add text or graphics to a document. Device by which two systems connect and communicate with each other. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 339 (2x scaling), except the logical rules result in superior output. Xerox standard that defines digital representation of lines for printing. Interpress documents can be printed on any sufficiently powerful printer equipped with Interpress print software.
  • Page 340 Alphanumeric beginning with a letter, optionally including an asterisk, period, colon, or slash, and not enclosed in single quotes. load To enter data into storage or working registers. Place in which data can be stored. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 341 Collection of messages or message segments placed on an auxiliary storage device for accounting or data collection purposes. In the Xerox printing systems environment, a formatted page that is smaller than the physical page. A logical page is defined by an origin, thus allowing more than one logical page to be placed on a physical page.
  • Page 342 Offline operations are much slower than online operations. See also online. offset To place pages currently being printed in slightly different positions from previous pages. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 343 The operating system is always running when the computer is active. Unlike other types of programs, it does not run to an end point and stop. The operating system of a Xerox LPS is referred to as the operating system software (OSS).
  • Page 344 On systems with XPAF, a job that is sent directly from a host to a Xerox printer using XPAF, without undergoing XPAF processing. Unique word or set of characters that an operator or user must supply to log on to a system.
  • Page 345 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE Position of the system disk memory (up to 4 MB) received for temporary storage of formatted pages for printing. Pages are retained until they are delivered to the output tray.
  • Page 346 (the shorter side of a sheet of paper). For the 4135 LPS, short-edge feed allows larger sizes of paper (up to 11 by 17 inches/279 by 432 mm) to be printed. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 347 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE In numeric sequence, usually in ascending order. As applied to a file organization, describes files in which records are written one after another and cannot be randomly accessed. For example, the first 99 records in a sequential file-access file have to be read before the 100th record is accessible.
  • Page 348 Software programs that support and/or control system functions by governing hardware operation and input/output processes, interpreting source programs and breaking them down into machine language, distributing tasks among various processors, and so on. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 349 The number of characters that can be stored on magnetic media, such as how close together data can be recorded. The Xerox LPS may use either 1600 bpi or 6250 bpi density magnetic media. tape drive Input/output device that controls the movement of magnetic storage tape past the read/write head while data is accessed or stored.
  • Page 350 Variable data is not a part of a form design. It varies from page to page. Text of changing nature, such as various names and addresses combined with a form letter to make a complete document. XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 351 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE Page area selected by a forms designer for printing. System-issued message indicating that an error has been encountered even though the program has not failed. weight Characteristic of type determined by how light or dark it appears.
  • Page 352 (DEC interface for LPS) disk operating system dots per inch DSDD double sided double density digital signal unit disk save and restore DSSD double sided single density XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 353 EBCDIC XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE data terminal equipment Extended Binary Coded Decimal Interchange Code ENET Ethernet network end of tape electronic publishing electronic subsystem, also referred to as the system controller forms control buffer finishing configuration utility...
  • Page 354 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 355 OSEXEC XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE long-edge feed lines per inch Laser Printing System magnetic tape unit (refers to the 9-track magnetic tape drive; also referred to as “magnetic tape drive”) MICR Magnetic Ink Character Recognition optical character recognition...
  • Page 356 TL/DL text line/display list top of form tracks per inch test pattern job total xerographic convergence Universal Character Set UCSB Universal Character Set Buffer user interface XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...
  • Page 357 XPAF, XPF XPMF-VMS XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE virtual memory vpos vertical positioning virtual storage wide area network XCSC Xerox Customer Support Center XDGI Xerox DCF and GDDM Interface XDSS Xerox Documentation and Software Services XICS Xerox Integrated Composition System...
  • Page 358 GLOSSARY GLOSSARY-30 XEROX DOCUPRINT 96/DOCUPRINT 96MX LPS MESSAGE GUIDE...

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