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Xerox MRP Family
4215/MRP, 4219/MRP, 4220/MRP, 4230/MRP
Coax Command Reference
May 1995
720P12761
XEROX

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  • Page 1 Xerox MRP Family 4215/MRP, 4219/MRP, 4220/MRP, 4230/MRP Coax Command Reference May 1995 720P12761...
  • Page 2 Xerox Corporation 701 S. Aviation Boulevard El Segundo, CA 90245 © 1994 and 1995 by Xerox Corporation. All rights reserved. Copyright protection claimed includes all forms and matters of copyrightable material and information now allowed by statutory or judicial law or hereinafter granted, including without limitation,...
  • Page 3: Installation Caution

    Installation caution Safety XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE Your Xerox 4220/MRP And 4230/MRP printers are not customer installable. Only a Xerox service representative should install the equipment. CAUTION: This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy, and if not installed and used in accordance with the installation requirements, may cause interference to radio communications.
  • Page 4 KÄYTTÖHJEESSA MAINITULLA TAVALLA SAATTAA ALTISTAA KÄYTTÄJÄN TURVALLISUUSLUOKAN 1. YLITTÄVÄLLE LASERSÄTEILYLLE VARNING OM APPARATEN ANVÄNDS PÅ ANNAT SÄTT ÄN I DENNA BRUKSANSVISNING SPECFICERADE, KAN ANVÄNDAREN UTSÄTTAS FÖR O SYNLIG LASERSTRÄLNING, SOM ÖVERSKRIDER GRÄNSEN FÖR LASERKLASS 1. XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE...
  • Page 5 AVOID DIRECT EXPOSURE TO BEAM. Instructions for safe service are in SERVICE MANUAL. Warning labels There are several user accessable Laser Safety Warning labels located on the printer. These are as shown on the next two pages. NOTICES...
  • Page 6 NOTICES 60hz. Configuration These laser warning labels are placed on panels that cover areas that are not operator serviceable. removed. XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE 50hz. Configuration These panels are not to be...
  • Page 7: Operational Safety

    Operational safety XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE Your Xerox equipment and supplies are designed and tested to meet strict safety requirements. These requirements include safety agency examination, approval, and compliance with established environmental standards. Follow these notes to ensure safe operation of your equipment.
  • Page 8 Listed by Underwriters Laboratories (UL), UL1950. Meets CSA standards, C22.2 NO 950. UL classified to IEC 950 The CE marking applied to this product symbolises Rank Xerox Declaration of Conformity with the following applicable Directives of the European Union as of the dates indicated:...
  • Page 9 3. If the red flag does not display, press and release the black Reset button. The red flag displays and power is restored to the system. If power is not restored by this procedure or if the device interrupts power to the machine again, call your Xerox service representative. NOTICES...
  • Page 11: Table Of Contents

    DSC command descriptions XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE Laser safety Operational safety Conventions Printer setup Printing 132 characters by 66 lines landscape with Xerox 3816 font (FONT0204) Page size Print language Printer address and emulation Command summary and comparison...
  • Page 12 Types of FSL escape character Using FSL escape character FSL types General syntax of an FSL command FSL commands ESC—Single Paired Hex Transparent ESC-ESC—Multiple Paired Hex Transparent XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE 2-10 2-10 2-10 2-11 2-12 2-13 2-14...
  • Page 13 XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE T1—Offline Hex Dump (PCIA Dump) T2—Online Hex Dump T3—Online ASCII Hex Dump T4—Printout Settings T5—Printout Character Set T6—Cancel Online ASCII Hex Dump W—Print Bar Code X0—Set Printer in Hold Mode X1—Store Settings in Permanent Storage X2—Restore Settings from Permanent Storage...
  • Page 14 Y119—Enable/disable automatic paper size configuration Y120—Setting Printout at Power Up Y249—Enter Engineering Mode Y253—Allow passwords Z—Send User-defined Strings Placing commands in the data stream Page Orientation algorithm XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE 3-37 3-38 3-39 3-40 3-40 3-41 3-41...
  • Page 15 Recoverable printer errors FSL error messages 6. Configuration and sysgen samples Coax printers line configurations Sysgen samples XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE Logical Page Size Included fonts GFID to PCL font mapping Print density to GFID mapping Font selection using printer resident PCL fonts...
  • Page 16 Saving a Change Configuration Descriiption Handling error messages Listing configuration description Creating configuration descriptions Changing configuration descriptions Loading configuration descriptions Loading fonts Font and code set tables DSC option defaults XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE 7-10 7-10 7-10 7-11 7-11 7-11 7-13 7-14...
  • Page 17 Glossary Index XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE Command summary Coax communications buffer Communications buffer Printer Output Area Contol Unit Output Area Orders IBM GFID to PCL fonts attribute Helpful hints Query Replies Related Publications Forms Utility for the coax environment TABLE OF CONTENTS GLOSSARY–1...
  • Page 19: About This Manual

    About this manual Conventions XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE The Xerox MRP Family Coax Command Reference, intended as a learning tool and as a reference guide, provides the user, host system programmer, and the System Administrator with a comprehensive reference to printing on the Xerox MRP Family coax printers.
  • Page 20 A function key, specified in a numbered step-by-step example, is identified by the icon in the left margin and the associated key name in the text of the numbered step. For example: 1. Press the Reset key. XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE...
  • Page 21 Window messages Keyboard key Key+key FILENAMES XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE Indicates that this key must be pressed three times. Reference to messages displayed at the control panel appear in text like this: PLEASE WAIT... FINISHING CURRENT JOB Procedure conventions—personal computer (PC) A keyboard key name is boldface with downstyle capitalization.
  • Page 23: Emulated Printers

    Emulated printers XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE Overview and printer setup This chapter describes the operation of the Xerox MRP Family printers internal interfaces in a coax environment. Refer to the “Overview” chapter in your Xerox MRP Printer Operator Guide for detailed descriptions of the features, operating environment, hardware and software requirements of your MRP Family printer.
  • Page 24 3, 4, 6, 8 (D12/D20) 1,200/1,400/ 3, 4, 6, 8 2200 lpm (D12/D14/ D22) The following functions are not supported by your Xerox MRP Family coax printers: Compression or compaction • Color • Full IBM A Programming Language (APL) character sets •...
  • Page 25: Features And Compatibilities

    Printer Communication Interface Area (PCIA) dump to aid in the debugging of coax interface problems. The Xerox coax interface is designed to upgrade with an Intelligent Printer Data Stream (IPDS) module. The support for IPDS is done by plugging an IPDS-module on top of the interface.
  • Page 26: Printing 132 Characters By 66 Lines Landscape With Xerox

    OVERVIEW AND PRINTER SETUP Print Language Setup - HP LaserJet Emulation Mode Printing 132 characters by 66 lines landscape with Xerox 3816 font (FONT0204) &&??@@Y96,204@ &&??@@Y62, 104, 1B, 28, 32, 30, 32, 30, 34, 58, 1B, 26, 6C, 31, 6F, 35, 2E, 34 35, 43@ &&??<space>...
  • Page 27 &&??@@Y62, 104, 1B, 28, 32, 30, 32, 30, 34, 58, 1B, 26, 6C, 31, 6F, 35, 2E, 33, 30, 43@ &&??<space> XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE For A4 paper use: This FSL sequence defines the PCL code that selects FONT0204 as the default landscape font and set the vertical motion index to avalue that will allow for 66 lines on the page.
  • Page 28: Configuring The Coax Interface Card

    Figure 1-2. Coax interface card (side view) Test button CU LED (if light is not on, printer is not connected) Parallel share port (reserved for Xerox use) Coax connector XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE...
  • Page 29: Page Size

    Printing the Interface Configuration Report from the Utilities • Menu of the User Interface. (Refer to that section in the “Utilities menu” chapter of the Xerox MRP Family System Administration Guide.) Using the Function Selection via Line (FSL) command T4—...
  • Page 30 OVERVIEW AND PRINTER SETUP section of the “Utilities menu” chapter of the Xerox MRP Family System Administration Guide (refer to Figure 1-3 example). Figure 1-3. Sample of a Coax Interface Configuration Report XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE...
  • Page 31: Fsl Cross Reference For The Coax Configuration Page

    Func # 30 set to (Non-SCS valid FF at end) Func # 31 set to XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE The default settings on the coax configuration page are printed using references to the FSL (Function Select via Line) command numbers.
  • Page 32: Printing Of Blank Pages After Downloading Configuration And Font Data

    If you want to return to the main menu while a job is printing, the user interface provides you with the capability of deleting the current job before doing so (refer to the Xerox MRP Family System Administrator’s Guide). By responding yes, you only delete that portion of the job that was received by the printer.
  • Page 33: Dsc Control Codes

    The data stream commands described in this chapter control the formatting of the printed data. Your Xerox MRP Family coax printers support the following types of commands: Data Stream Compatibility (DSC) •...
  • Page 34: Command Summary And Comparison

    Reserved Reserved Remember Table 2-1 is a summary of DSC commands that the Xerox coax printer handles for the various printers emulated. Refer to the “Function Selection via Line (FSL) commands” chapter to check the commands corresponding to the DSC options.
  • Page 35: Dsc Command Descriptions

    Carriage Return (CR) End of Message (EM) Form Feed (FF) New Line (NL) XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE DSC AND SCS DATA STREAM COMMANDS The descriptions of the DSC commands, shown in hexadecimal, are listed alphabetically. Moves the print position to the left margin of the current line in an unformatted print field.
  • Page 36: Reserved Codes

    Null (NUL) Reserved codes This control code does not cause any printer function. In unformatted mode, the printer treats this code as a space for both print and nonprint fields. In formatted print or nonprinted fields, a null character is printed.
  • Page 37: Scs Data Stream Structure

    SCS data stream structure Command summary XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE DSC AND SCS DATA STREAM COMMANDS The SNA Character String (SCS) has a relatively simple structure consisting of a 1-byte hexadecimal control code followed by the data to be printed. Multiple control codes can be inserted into SCS by printing applications in a specific order to achieve certain types of output.
  • Page 38: Supported Scs Commands

    Table 2-3 shows the commands in hexadecimal, and presented alphabetically, supported by the different emulations for Systems Network Architecture (SNA) Character String (SCS). Table 2-3 shows how your Xerox coax printers handle the SCS commands for the IBM coax printer emulations shown. supported as described in this manual •...
  • Page 39: Command Descriptions

    2BC2nnvvvtmbmvt1...tn Transparent (TRN) 35nn Vertical Channel Select (VCS) 04vv Vertical Tab (VT) Command descriptions Back Space (BS) XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE DSC AND SCS DATA STREAM COMMANDS Table 2-3. SCS coax commands (continued) 3287 3812/16 3262 3268 4214 4028 •...
  • Page 40: Bell (bel)

    Enable Print (ENP) Form Feed (FF) Turns on the attention indicator to show that operator action is required and sounds the alarm if it is not disabled. The printer stops and waits for operator attention. (This command is currently accepted but ignored.) Control sequence of a Bell command Moves the print position to the first position on the same line.
  • Page 41: Graphic Escape (ge)

    Graphic Escape (GE) Horizontal Tab (HT) Inhibit Print (INP) XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE For the 3812 emulation, if the maximum page length is set to • 1, the Form Feed command causes a new line to occur. Any other page length causes the printer to eject the current page on receipt of a form feed.
  • Page 42: Interchange Record Separator (irs)

    The NL command has the same function as the Interchange Record Separator (IRS) command. Since the Set Horizontal Margin (SHM) command is not actually supported in coax, a default is used to set the right and left margins. XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE...
  • Page 43: Page Presentation Media (ppm)

    Page Presentation Media (PPM) Remember XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE DSC AND SCS DATA STREAM COMMANDS 2BD2nn48xxxxxxsddoddxxxxxxxx Specifies the presentation media device settings of the printer. PPM specifies the source paper tray, the output tray offset, and the output tray.
  • Page 44: Set Attribute (sa)

    Character Set definitions: X'00' X'F1' X'40'—X'FE' = Any invalid sequence is reported to the host as an invalid SCS command. XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE Default character set APL character set (supported) Local character set identifier (ignored except for X'F1.')
  • Page 45: Set Graphic Error Action (sgea)

    Set Graphic Error Action (SGEA) Remember XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE DSC AND SCS DATA STREAM COMMANDS 2BC803grop Defines the action to be taken when a character in the data stream is not in the currently selected character set and cannot be printed (an unprintable graphic character).
  • Page 46: Set Horizontal Format (shf)

    If the hh value is not valid, defaults for this and all other parameters are selected and a SCS parameter check occurs. The default value for MPP (hh) is set at the printer. Continuing on next page XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE...
  • Page 47 Remember XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE DSC AND SCS DATA STREAM COMMANDS A one-byte number that specifies the column (continued) value of the left most print position. If lm is a positive number but less than the maximum print position (MPP), the value is adopted as the left margin setting.
  • Page 48: Set Line Density (sld)

    An invalid value for nn or ld causes all emulations to use a default of 6 LPI and an invalid SCS parameter check to occur. The exceptions to this are the 3262, 4245, and 6262 emulations, which use the previously defined LPI value. XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE...
  • Page 49: Set Print Density (spd)

    Set Print Density (SPD) XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE DSC AND SCS DATA STREAM COMMANDS 2BD2nn2900cp Defines the number of characters to print per horizontal inch (CPI) or characters per line (CPL). Control sequence prefix of a Set Print Density...
  • Page 50: Set Vertical Format (svf)

    A value of 00 causes the default values set at the printer to be used. If the vv value is not in range, a SCS parameter check results and default value set at the printer is used. Continuing on next page XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE...
  • Page 51 Remember XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE DSC AND SCS DATA STREAM COMMANDS A one-byte number that specifies the first print (continued) line of the page If tm is a positive number, but less than or equal to the maximum page length (MPL), the value is adopted as the top margin setting.
  • Page 52: Transparent (trn)

    2-20 35nn Indicates the start of a transparent data stream. Since you define the data within a transparent stream, the printer does not scan the SCS data for control codes. A hyphen is substituted, however, for all codes below X'40.'...
  • Page 53: Vertical Tab (vt)

    When using the second 3268 and 4214 emulations, you send the commands below the interface. You can do this by transmitting a file to the printer, or by entering the commands on your screen and making a local copy (print screen). You can also do it using shareport on the interface.
  • Page 55: Function Selection Via Line (fsl) Commands

    The command allows you to set up default interfaces or change default settings. FSL commands access the value-added features (like duplex emulation, paper tray selections, etc.) of the Xerox MRP Family coax printers. When your settings are downloaded to the temporary memory area by means of the FSL functions, you can save the settings for future use.
  • Page 56: Actions At Power Up

    FSL values. If you use the FSL functions to change printer settings, remember to reset the printer so you always start using and changing the printer on the same basis. The FSL function has the following feature: Convenient short functions •...
  • Page 57: Fsl Escape Character

    XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE FUNCTION SELECTION VIA LINE (FSL) COMMANDS The coax interface for the Xerox MRP Family is managed by special escape sequences sent to the printer using the FSL commands. FSL escape sequences are command sequences preceded by a user-defined escape character.
  • Page 58 Follow these steps to remove an escape character: Use the following syntax, &&?? <blank>or &&?? <space>. 1. Set Function Y48 to “00” (no escape character). 2. Define a new temporary escape character ( XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE &&??n...
  • Page 59: Fsl Types

    FSL types General syntax of an FSL command FSL commands XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE FUNCTION SELECTION VIA LINE (FSL) COMMANDS 3. Save the setting using the command <ESC> <X1>. All FSL commands begin with a leading escape character: T—Test functions...
  • Page 60 Non-SCS, Valid FF at End of Print Buffer Non-SCS, FF Valid Non-SCS, Automatic Function at End of Job Last LF on Page Sent as FF Suppress IBM Control Code IBM Printer Emulation Select IBM Communication Feature, (Query, EAB) XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE...
  • Page 61 XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE FUNCTION SELECTION VIA LINE (FSL) COMMANDS Table 3-2. FSL Commands (continued) Command name Suppress CR and SP to Same Position Set IRQ Timer ESC-Mode Selection Set Permanent Escape Restrict Access of Temporary and Permanent...
  • Page 62: Command Descriptions

    Semi-colon is used as a separator (marks next consecutive position) Factory default Trailing escape character All command functions start with a defined leading escape character. Command functions, W and Y, also end with a XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE...
  • Page 63: Esc-single Paired Hex Transparent

    ESC—Single Paired Hex Transparent Example ESC-ESC—Multiple Paired Hex Transparent XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE FUNCTION SELECTION VIA LINE (FSL) COMMANDS defined trailing escape character. Commas are used as delimiters, and are not expressly explained for each command. @<HEX>@<HEX> . . . @<HEX>...
  • Page 64: T1-offline Hex Dump (pcia Dump)

    The Online Hex Dump can also be activated using the test button on the rear panel of the printer. Pressing the button results in a settings printout and the configuration utility LED indicator will start flashing approximately 10 seconds. The dump is terminated by pressing the button again.
  • Page 65: T5-printout Character Set

    The upper left corner of the bar code will be in the position of the leading escape character. When the bar code has been printed, the printer cursor will be located after the trialing escape character, and printing will continue from this point.
  • Page 66: X2-restore Settings From Permanent Storage

    This type of operation is usually done when you want to copy the contents of a terminal screen, or the host computer sends data to the printer and the terminal at the same time. This function also affects the buffer size if it is done in the SCS mode.
  • Page 67: Y2-set Default Lpi

    Example Y2—Set Default LPI Example XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE FUNCTION SELECTION VIA LINE (FSL) COMMANDS For consistent operation, configure your 4220/MRP or 4230/MRP coax interface to match the buffer size required by your host system. This command only takes effect the next time that the printing system is initialized and the settings have been saved in non- volatile memory (NVM).
  • Page 68: Y3-set Default Cpi

    Changes in the default value cause immediate changes in the current value. This function emulates a front panel switch on an IBM printer. In SCS mode, this function is read at power up, or when a system command to read the operator panel value is received.
  • Page 69: Y5-set Default Maximum Page Length (mpl)

    The printer ejects paper, and printing is at TOF on the next page. If the page is empty, FF is suppressed, no paper ejects, and the printer prints at TOF on the current page. Refer to the “Form Feed (FF)” section in the “DSC and SCS data stream commands”...
  • Page 70: Y6-set Default Maximum Print Position (mpp)

    000—255 Set MPP in number of characters Default setting is 132. This function emulates a front panel switch on an IBM printer. It has an immediate effect. MPP and the current position are not changed by changing characters per inch (CPI).
  • Page 71: Y8-set Lu1 Language

    Swiss-French (Use 31 Swiss-German/ Spanish Data Text/Extension If the number is not defined in the printer, it is ignored. The code point for the FSL ESC character is not reset after using this function. This causes problems if the FSL ESC character is national dependent.
  • Page 72: Y9-set Default Print Quality

    Example Y9—Set Default Print Quality Example 3-18 @Y8, 30@ sets the printer language to French 105 character set. @Y9, n@ Selects current and default font under the Page Presentation Media SCS command. Refer to the “qq” parameter of the Page Presentation Media (PPM) command in the “Page Presentation Media (PPM)”...
  • Page 73: Y10—set Page Format

    Y10—Set Page Format XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE FUNCTION SELECTION VIA LINE (FSL) COMMANDS @Y10, <n1>, {n2}@ Selects an exact or scaled page format on page boundary. If no value is entered for n2, the n1 value is used for all trays.
  • Page 74: Y11-set Default Paper Path

    MAN-ENV Manual-Envelope Envelope Feeder ** Cannot be changed. Other printer trays can be remapped at the user interface. If the code is placed as the first printable character on the page, the changed format is effective as soon as the printer receives the command.
  • Page 75 1. You must use the MRP user interface to map the output destination to the command as described in the Xerox MRP Family System Administrator Guide. The diagram on page 3-2 shows you how to access this menu.
  • Page 76: Y12-set Default Paper Size

    The Automatic Papersize Configuration logic enabled by Y119 overwrites any setting you provide to Y12. On the 4215/MRP and 4219/MRP, the size of the manual feed is set to the default paper size. When the manual feed tray is used for other sizes: 1.
  • Page 77: Y13-set Wrap/cut Option At Physical Paper Size

    @Y13, 1@ selects lines exceeding maximum print position to be truncated, or cut off. When using FSL Y13 Set Wrap/Cut Option on the 4219/MRP or the 4215/MRP, first enable the Line Wrap option from the PCL5 Setup User Interface menu. Refer to the Printer Setup Menu in chapter 2 of the Xerox 4219/MRP 4215/MRP Operator Guide for instructions on how to access this menu.
  • Page 78: Y14-enable Graphic Option

    Remember Y19—Set Simplex / Duplex 3-24 @Y14, n@ Enables connection of IBM 3812 Page Printer using the ida 3812 software. It also enables the use of ida 820 Advanced Funtion Printing (AFP) software package. Values for n1 are: Disable Graphics...
  • Page 79: Y25-ff Before Local Copy

    Note: The duplex setting cannot be saved in Permanent Storage with the X1 command. If you share a printer with other users, it is important that you remember to set function 19 to simplex printing again. If you forget this, the documents of the other users will also be printed in duplex, and a page may contain your print job on one side and the print job of another user on the other side.
  • Page 80: Y26-ff After Local Copy

    Form Feed command was the last command received, which means the printer is set to print at position 1 of the first line of the next page. Refer to the illustration given in the example.
  • Page 81 Example XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE FUNCTION SELECTION VIA LINE (FSL) COMMANDS @Y26, 1@ sets Form Feed After Local Copy. Print position 1 2 3 Same print line Next print line Next print line Last print line MPP+1 End of buffer...
  • Page 82: Y27-non-scs Print Image

    • Un-Formatted print in Local Copy • Un-Formatted print in NON SCS print. • This option corresponds with the IBM 3268 RPQ SC9505, the IBM 3287 RPQ SC3741, and the IBM 4214 OPT 18=2. XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE...
  • Page 83: Y28-non-scs, Cr At Mpp + 1

    • IBM 3287 RPQ S30219 • IBM 4214 OPT 15=1. • @Y28, 1@ sets the printer to stay on current line when a Carriage Return (CR) is received at MPP+1. Print position 1 2 3 Same print line Next print line...
  • Page 84: Y29-non-scs, Nl At Mpp + 1

    IBM 3268 RPQ SC9502 • IBM 3287 RPQ S30219 • IBM 4214 OPT 15=1. • @Y29, 0@ sets the printer to advance two lines when a NL is received at MPP+1. Print position 1 2 3 Same print line Next print line...
  • Page 85: Y30-non-scs, Valid Ff Followed By Data

    The default is product dependent. PCL platform has a default of 1. If n = 0 is selected, the printer is set to print at position 2 of the first print line of the next page. If n = 1 is selected, the printer is set to print at position 1 of the first print line of the next page.
  • Page 86: Y31-non-scs, Valid Ff At End Of Print Buffer

    Form Feed command at the end of the print data. The printer is set to print at position 1 of the second line of the next page. If n = 1 is selected, it executes only a Form Feed command.
  • Page 87: Y32-non-scs, Ff Valid

    Y32—Non-SCS, FF Valid Example XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE FUNCTION SELECTION VIA LINE (FSL) COMMANDS @Y32, n@ Implements an IBM RPQ. This function determines when the position of the Form Feed command affects its execution. Values for n are: FF valid only at 1st Print Position in line or at Position MPP+1.
  • Page 88: Y33-non-scs, Automatic Function At End Of Job

    This option only affects NON SCS printing, and corresponds with the IBM 3268 RPQ SC9507, and the IBM 3287 RPQ SC3740. @Y33, 1@ sets the printer to automatically issue a FF at the end of a print buffer. Print position...
  • Page 89: Y34-last Lf On Page Sent As Ff

    Calculations are based on the page length, which can be set at the printer and overridden by the appropriate IBM command when operating in the SCS mode.
  • Page 90: Y37-ibm Printer Emulation Select

    In 3287 emulation, VCS commands are sent as Line Feeds. Unprintable characters appear as spaces. In 3268 emulation, as many LFs as required by the Select Vertical Format (SVF) command in use are sent. Unprintable characters appear as hyphens (-). XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE EBCDIC (Hex)
  • Page 91: Y38-ibm Communication Feature (query, Eab)

    Y38—IBM Communication Feature (Query, EAB) Example Y44—Suppress CR and SP to Same Position Example XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE FUNCTION SELECTION VIA LINE (FSL) COMMANDS @Y37, 0@ sets 3287 VCS emulation. Refer to the “Helpful hints” appendix for recommended settings to obtain a specific IBM printer emulation.
  • Page 92: Y46-set Irq Timer

    IRQ timeout response to the host. The factory default is 12, which is one minute. If the printer is put into a not ready state for more than 10 minutes, an IRQ occurs independent of this setting except when ‘no IRQ’...
  • Page 93: Y47-esc-mode Selection

    Y47—ESC-Mode Selection Example 1 Example 2 Example 3 XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE FUNCTION SELECTION VIA LINE (FSL) COMMANDS @Y47, n @@!ascii ascii@ Sends hexadecimal (HEX) codes transparent to the printer, and selects Tel-a-graf support. This function takes effect as soon as it is received.
  • Page 94: Y48-set Permanent Escape

    @Y49, 1, JET@ locks both the temporary and permanent memory areas with the password “JET” (if it has been installed). @Y249, FOREST@ @Y253, 1@ @Y49, 0, JET@ unlocks the memory areas again. XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE character > permanent escape...
  • Page 95: Y50-ff After Time Elapse

    The user string should not conflict with the IBM setup string • defined in function Y62 The strings are sent in ascending order. • @Y51, 2, 5@ sends user strings 2 and 5 to the printer after FSL Y61 defines the string. 3-41...
  • Page 96: Y57-user-defined String Before Local Copy

    CUT screen terminals, and not from DFT terminals. These strings are defined by Y61—Setup for User-defined Strings. This function is only used due to compatibility with older products. @Y58, 2, 4@ sends user strings 2 and 4 to the printer after local copy. XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE...
  • Page 97: Y59-bar Code Definition

    Y59—Bar Code Definition XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE FUNCTION SELECTION VIA LINE (FSL) COMMANDS @Y59, <Def. no.>, <Bar code type>, <Height> {,<Expansion>}@ Defines the bar code generated by function Wn. Up to eight bar codes are defined and selected for use with function W—Print Bar Code.
  • Page 98 FUNCTION SELECTION VIA LINE (FSL) COMMANDS Remember UPC and EAN (X2) The bar code definition must be sent BEFORE the W—Bar • Code Printout command is used. Many bar codes include checkdigits. • Text under the bar code is printed with the resident font. •...
  • Page 99: Y60-font Link For Gfids

    3 of 9 (X9) Example Y60—Font Link for GFIDs XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE FUNCTION SELECTION VIA LINE (FSL) COMMANDS You must insert the checkdigit for this code as it is not • uniquely specified. Start, stop, and center codes are generated automatically.
  • Page 100 GFID defaults. Special fonts are selected in Computer Output Reduction (COR), depending on the current CPI and font width. Table 3-4 shows original pitch and selected pitch. XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE Pitch 10 CPI 12 CPI...
  • Page 101: Y61-setup For User-defined Strings

    Example 1 Example 2 Y61—Setup for User-defined Strings Remember Example 1 XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE FUNCTION SELECTION VIA LINE (FSL) COMMANDS Table 3-4. Pitch choices Original pitch < / = 8.55 > 8.55—10 > 10—13.3 > 13.3—17.1 > 17.1...
  • Page 102: Y62-setup For Ibm-defined Strings

    The parameter n has two alternative values for some strings, and are included for backwards compatibility with current interface boxes available from the Xerox Connection. entered should be a PCL string that performs the function associated with the particular SCS command.
  • Page 103 XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE FUNCTION SELECTION VIA LINE (FSL) COMMANDS <n> User-string ID number (00—FF) <string> User string contents in Hexadecimal (HEX) or characters with apostrophe notation # String: Choice for: *101 3 LPI *102 4 LPI *103 (1)
  • Page 104 (Legal, 8.5" x 14") (A4, 210mm x 297mm) Default for Europe (Letter, Monarch, 7 3/4, Envelope 3 7/8" x 7 1/2") (Business, Com 10, Envelope 4 1/8" x 9 1/2") International DL, Envelope 110mm x 220mm) XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE...
  • Page 105 XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE FUNCTION SELECTION VIA LINE (FSL) COMMANDS <n> User-string ID number (00—FF) Page (International C5, Envelope 162mm x strings 229mm) cont'd. (Comm Envelope 98.4mm x 257mm) (B5, Envelope 176mm x 250mm) (B5, 182mm x 257mm) (A3, 297mm x 420mm) (U.S.
  • Page 106: Y71-create Translate Table

    A-1 through A-8 in the appendix. The modification done by function Y75 (modify translate table) is performed on the translate table that is selected with Y73. @Y73, 2@ selects the Codepage 500 to PC 8 translate table. XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE...
  • Page 107: Y74-define Symbol Set String

    Y74—Define Symbol Set String Remember Example Y75—Overwrite Translate Table XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE FUNCTION SELECTION VIA LINE (FSL) COMMANDS <table Number that identifies the translate table in number> ranges 1 to 8. Codepage 500 to Roman 8. Codepage 500 to PC 8.
  • Page 108: Y76-create Apl Translate Table

    ASCII values 53 08 7C. Finally, the address 3B is defined to be the ASCII value F7 @Y76,<table number>@ Although all translate tables are created at power up, this function is only included due to compatibility with old products. XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE...
  • Page 109: Y77-reset Apl Translate Table

    Y77—Reset APL Translate Table Example Y78—Select APL Translate Table Example XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE FUNCTION SELECTION VIA LINE (FSL) COMMANDS @Y77,<table number>@ Clears all APL translate table changes, deletes a specified APL translate table, and resets APL translate tables to default.
  • Page 110: Y80-overwrite Apl Translate Table

    3F, and the address 19 to be the ASCII value 21 - followed by the address 1A defined as a multistrike character made up of ASCII values 53 08 7C. Finally, the address 3B is defined to be the ASCII value F7. XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE...
  • Page 111: Y88—define Page Offset

    Remember Example 1 Example 2 Y89—Enable Page Offset XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE FUNCTION SELECTION VIA LINE (FSL) COMMANDS @Y88 <n1>, <n2> {,n3}@ Positions the logical page on the physical page. (Refer to the “Page Orientation algorithm” section in this chapter.) 0 to +/- 32000 horizontal margin compensation in 1/1440 inch.
  • Page 112: Y90—define User Escape String

    The short escape sequence may also be substituted by a text • string to be inserted in the text. However, this method is not recommended, as the result is not always predictable. XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE...
  • Page 113: Y91-gfid/font Select Setup

    Example Y91—GFID/Font Select Setup XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE FUNCTION SELECTION VIA LINE (FSL) COMMANDS Any result achievable by the use of other functions may also be carried out by the use of this function. A colon denotes that the next number is the HEX code number applied to the following escape sequence.
  • Page 114 IBM GFID 512 Typeface: Typeface No. 4 Attributes: Proportional Bold Symbol Set: Symbolset 5 Point Size: Point Size 18 XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE PITCH 10 CPI 12 CPI PROPORTIONAL 13.3 CPI 15 CPI 5 CPI 17.1 CPI 8.55 CPI...
  • Page 115: Y92-point Size Strings

    Y92—Point Size Strings Example Y93—Attribute Strings Example Y94—Typeface Strings XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE FUNCTION SELECTION VIA LINE (FSL) COMMANDS @Y91, 18, 0, 2, 1, 10@ is a syntax example in IBM Proprinter mode with the following settings: IBM GFID No.:...
  • Page 116: Y96-gfid Select

    This function allows you to choose between tray orientations based upon the commands received from the host or based upon the orientation set by the default tray orientation. The factory default is disabled. There are two parameters in this function. XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE...
  • Page 117: X1—store Settings In Permanent Storage

    255. Increments are, approximately, in steps of 1 second duration. Your Xerox MRP Family printer has a default of 20 (approximately 20 seconds). The n1 = 0 enables i/f to always send the share string when entering Centronics mode.
  • Page 118: Y119-enable/disable Automatic Paper Size Configuration

    Do not disable Automatic Papersize Configuration if you have the IPDS option installed. @Y119, 2@ enables Automatic Papersize Configuration logic. @Y120, n1@ Prints out the current settings when the printer is powered up. The valid values are: No printout requested Printout requested Refer also to FSL commands T2—Online Hex Dump, and T4—...
  • Page 119: Y253-allow Passwords

    If you put the function code as the first printable character on a page or as the very last character on the previous page, the changed layout is in effect as soon as the printer receives the command, that is, on the next page to be printed.
  • Page 120: Page Orientation Algorithm

    • If draft or letter quality was selected. • For all coax printer emulations, the print quality is always draft. Draft is the default at power up. Tray orientation can be portrait, landscape, and Computer Output Reduction (COR). COR is a reduced size copy of the printed output.
  • Page 121 Auto Page Orientation enabled? Will logical page fit on physical page? Width >height? Print portrait XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE Figure 3-1. Page orientation algorithm—1 Print landscape FUNCTION SELECTION VIA LINE (FSL) COMMANDS Default orientation of selected tray— landscape?
  • Page 122: Logical Page Size

    Default values for TBM, LBM, CPI, LPI, MPL, and MPP are modified from their factory defaults by using FSL commands set by the LPI, CPI, Page Length, and Page Width parameters. XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE Logical Page Physical Page...
  • Page 123 Remember XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE FUNCTION SELECTION VIA LINE (FSL) COMMANDS When operating in the SCS mode, the Set Horizontal Format commands override the MPP defaults. Set Vertical Format command overrides MPL defaults. • Set Character Density command overrides CPI defaults.
  • Page 125: Font Support And Selection

    The supported fonts are the PCL fonts and the 3816 emulation fonts. In the event the 3816 emulation fonts are not resident on your Xerox MRP Family coax printer, the interface card will use an appropriate PCL resident font. Refer to the “IBM GFID to PCL fonts attribute”...
  • Page 126 FONT0108 0108 FONT0110 0110 FONT0111 0111 This is a fixed pitch font at 16.7 cpi for use with line printer emulation to print at 132 x 66 in landscape. XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE Font name GFID FONT0112 0112...
  • Page 127: Global Font Identifiers (gfids)

    399 and is divided into groups with different pitch. Refer to Table 4-2. GFIDs from 400 and up are typographical fonts. If the printer resident PCL fonts are used in lieu of the Xerox 3812/3816 compatibility fonts, character and line spacing is controlled by the interface, not the font.
  • Page 128 Proportional Spaced Mode (PSM) 201—210 13.3 211—239 240—246 247—257 17.1 258—259 260—273 8.55 274—279 17.1 280—284 285—289 290—299 300—399 Table 4-3. GFID interval and related pitch Print Density/ GFID character per inch (CPI) 16.7 XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE...
  • Page 129: Font Selection Via Fsl In Coax

    There are two methods to select fonts via FSL in coax: the Printer Resident Fonts or the 3812/3816 Compatibility Font Set. The printer defaults to GFID 0011 unless otherwise defined. This GFID is mapped to a 12 point, Courier typeface 3, Roman-8 symbol set.
  • Page 130: Selecting Cor Fonts

    Pitch is selected. • Lineprinter font is selected. • Style is set to upright. • Stroke Weight is set to medium. • HMI is set to match pitch. • XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE...
  • Page 131: Character Sets

    Character sets XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE Table 4-4. COR font mapping Characters per inch (CPI) Selection 10 CPI - > 13.3 CPI 12 CPI - > 15 CPI -> 15 CPI PS fonts is treated as 12 CPI fixed spaced fonts in COR.
  • Page 133: Error Handling

    IBM error types XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE The Xerox MRP Family coax printers support IBM error types, IBM error code actions, and initialization errors. The printers recognize the following error categories: IBM data stream error type 1 •...
  • Page 134: Recoverable Printer Errors

    Although the Xerrox Family MRP coax printer does not support print out of error codes and error codes are not shown in the display, the printer stops during a print operation, for instance, if the paper tray is empty. In such a case, a front panel message appears.
  • Page 135: Nonrecoverable Hardware Errors

    NVRAM error A recovery attempt in connection with nonrecoverable hardware errors is made as follows: Turn switch off for 10 seconds and then on again. If the problem persists, contact your Xerox service representative. Table 5-3. Nonrecoverable hardware errors Code Error...
  • Page 137: Configuration And Sysgen Samples

    Host XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE This chapter provides you with examples of configurations for connecting your Xerox 4220/MRP or 4230/MRP coax printer to an IBM host. Four of the possible line configurations are shown in this section. They are followed by sample sysgen programs.
  • Page 138 Configuration 3 shows the 4220/MRP or 4230/MRP attached to a previously unused port and the IBM 3287 attached to its previous port. See Figure 6-3. Figure 6-3. Configuration 3 37X5 Transmission Control Units XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE 3287 3174 3268 4220/MRP 4230/MRP 4220/MRP 4230/MRP...
  • Page 139: Sysgen Samples

    Host Sysgen samples XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE Configuration 4 shows a 4230/MRP attached to a previously unused port, a 4219/MRP attached to a previously unused port through a communications module, and the IBM 3287 attached to its previous port. See Figure 6-4.
  • Page 140: Sample Vtam Parameter For Local Non-sna 3270 Terminal And Printer

    MODETAB=MODE3270, DLOGMOD=S3270 LOCAL CUADDR=921, TERM=3286, FEATUR2=(MODEL2), ISTATUS=ACTIVE, USSTAB=USSVTAM, MODETAB=MODE3270, DLOGMOD=DSC2K VBUILD TYPE=LOCAL CUADDR=A0D, MAXBFRU=9, PUTYPE=2, USSTAB=USSVTAM, MODETAB=MODE3270, ISTATUS=ACTIVE LOCAL LOCADDR=2, DLOGMOD=T3278M2, ISTATUS=ACTIVE LOCAL LOCADDR=3, DLOGMOD=DSC2K, ISTATUS=ACTIVE XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE 3278-2 TERMINAL 3287 PRINTER 3278-2 TERMINAL 3287 PRINTER...
  • Page 141: Sample Ncp Gen—group, Line, Pu, And Lu Definitions—3274-61c

    Sample NCP Gen —Group, Line, PU, and LU definitions—3274-61C SNAGP01 N05LN039 SOTL039 N05039P0 LAX39L00 LAX39L01 XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE GROUP LNCTL=SDLC, CLOCKING=EXT, DIAL=NO, DUPLEX=FULL, NEWSYNC=NO, NRZI=NO, REPLYTO=1, RETRIES=(1, 1, 2), TYPE=NCP LINE ADDRESS=(039), ANS=CONTINUE, DUPLEX=(FULL), ETRATIO=30, PAUSE=.2, SERVLIM=4,...
  • Page 142: Sample Ncp Gen—group, Line, Pu, And Lu Definitions—3276-c

    'RMT 14 LP921P01' IS A LOCAL, NON-SNA PRINTER 'RMT 15 LPA0DP01' IS A LOCAL, SNA PRINTER 'RMT 16 LAX39L01' IS A REMOTE, 3274 SNA PRINTER 'RMT 17 LAX3BL01' IS A REMOTE, 3276 SNA PRINTER XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE 3278-2 TERMINAL 3287 PRINTER...
  • Page 143 Sample mode table entries for 3278-2 terminals (by control unit type) MODE3270 Sample mode table entries for 3287 printers (all control units) XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE MODETAB MODEENT LOGMODE=S3270, FMPROF=X'02', TSPROF=X'02', PRIPROT=X'71', COS=HICOS, SECPROT=X'40', COMFPROT=X'2000', RUSIZES=X'0000', PSERVIC=X'000000000000185018500200' MODEENT LOGMODE=T3278M2,...
  • Page 145: Configuration And Resource Utility (mvs)

    All resources are stored as members of host partitioned data sets (PDS). The Xerox MRP Family printers have a set of resident PCL5 fonts. A set of IBM 3816 emulations fonts and a utility to download them are provided with the Resource and Configuration Utilities.
  • Page 146 Change the dddddd to the VOLSER of the DASD unit on which the UTILITY data sets are allocated. • Change 3380 to the unit type of the DASD unit on which the UTILITY data sets are allocated. XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE...
  • Page 147 XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE CONFIGURATION AND RESOURCE UTILITY (MVS) You can change the Target XMRP to your High Level Qualifier or anything else, but remember to change the CLISTs accordingly. 2. The XMRP.V1R2M1. Install data set contains a job (LOADINST) to load the Resource Utility to DASD.
  • Page 148 SPACE=(660,(4560,60,20)), 000043 // DCB=(RECFM=FB,BLKSIZE=660,LRECL=132), 000044 // VOL=SER=dddddd 000045 //SYSIN DD * 000046 COPY INDD=CART,OUTDD=TARGET 000047 /* 000048 //LOD4 EXEC PGM=IEBCOPY,REGION=2048K 000049 //SYSPRINT DD SYSOUT=* 000050 //CART DD DISP=SHR,DSN=XMRP.V1R2M1.LNKLB, 000051 // UNIT=CART,LABEL=(5,SL,,,EXPDT=98000), 000052 // VOL=(RETAIN,,,REF=*.LOD1.CART), XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE...
  • Page 149 XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE CONFIGURATION AND RESOURCE UTILITY (MVS) 000053//TARGET DD DSN=XMRP.V1R2M1.LINKLIB, 000054 // DISP=(,CATLG,DELETE),UNIT=3380, 000055 // SPACE=(6144,(539,63,25)), 000056 // DCB=(RECFM=U,BLKSIZE=6144), 000057 // VOL=SER=dddddd 000058 //SYSIN DD * 000059 COPY INDD=CART,OUTDD=TARGET 000060 /* 000061 //LOD5 EXEC PGM=IEBCOPY,REGION=2048K 000062 //SYSPRINT DD SYSOUT=* 000063 //CART DD DISP=SHR,DSN=XMRP.V1R2M1.LOAD,...
  • Page 150: Managing Fonts

    The value of the four # symbols corresponds to the GFID number a job must specify to request the font. You use the Xerox Resource Utility Font List program to manage the IBM 3816 Emulation Fonts on the host. The functions provided are browse, copy, delete, and download.
  • Page 151: Loading Fonts

    Replace <font name> with the name of the font to load. The valid names are listed in Table 7-1. Replace <printer destination> with the JES remote id set up for the Xerox printer. The following is an example for loading font FONT0003 to...
  • Page 152: Accessing The Font List Screen

    55 fonts. It was created in the XMRP.V1R2M1.CLIST Library. • • • CAUTION: Loading all 55 fonts on a 4215/MRP or 4219/MRP configured with 8 MB of RAM reduces printer performance significantly and causes most jobs to abort due to insufficient memory.
  • Page 153: Loading Xerox Forms

    Delete form data allows you to delete a member from the library. Download form data allows you to send a form to a printer. You use the Xerox Resource Utility to manage lists of resources. The members listed are lists of resources (fonts, forms, and configuration descriptions) residing in XMRP.V1R2M1.LSTLIB.
  • Page 154: Loading Lists Of Resources

    PostScript ASCII files on your host system, such as the one used for jam recovery on the desktop. You can modify the CLIST to point to the data set and download your ASCII PostScript file via LDXRXASC: XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE...
  • Page 155: Vps 6.2 Transparency

    2. The parameter in the call statement must be changed from DBLBYT to NODBLBYT. You use the Xerox Resource Utility Configuration Description List to manage the Configuration Descriptions on the host. The functions provided are browse, copy, delete, modify, and download.
  • Page 156 CONFIGURATION AND RESOURCE UTILITY (MVS) DUPLEX configuration, to the printer enter the following on the command line: ==> TSO EXEC ’XMRP.V1R2M1.CLIST(LDXRXCFG)’ ‘DUPLEX <printer destination>’ DUPLEX Configures the 4220/MRP printer for Duplex, long. INTL3262 Configures the 42XX/MRP printer as an international IBM 3262...
  • Page 157: Creating A Configuration File

    Creating a configuration file ==> TSO EXEC ’XMRP.V1R2M1.CLIST(CRTCFGD)’ NAME OF USER-CREATED FSL = = => ’XMRP.V1R2M1.UCRTLIB(MYFSL)’ XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE CONFIGURATION AND RESOURCE UTILITY (MVS) Enter the following command to invoke the create configuration screen: To create a configuration file, enter the values or use the default for each option shown on the screen.
  • Page 158 “User Created FSL” member is entered, an MVS Utility message displays: - “LSCX504 WARNING ERRNO = ENFOUND GENERATED IN FOPEN CALLED FROM LINE XXX OF UCRTOPEN (MAIN), OFFSET 00005A PDS MEMBER NOT FOUND: XXXXXXXX INTERRUPTED WHILE: OPENING FILE ”ddn:UCRT” XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE...
  • Page 159: Deleting Or Copying A Configuration File

    VM environment. It is recommended that the user create a file member with all the necessary FSLs to configure the printer and then send that file to the printer. By creating a file with all of these FSLs, you can configure the printer without the aid of a utility.
  • Page 160: Configuration And Resource Utility Components

    Refer to Table 7-11 for the various downloadable fonts. XMRPV1R2M1LINKLIB—contains executable subroutines • called by the Xerox utility programs. Table 7-2. Function keys Description Exits or returns you to the previous screen—no save. Exits the prompt display and associated display without running the command.
  • Page 161 Accessing the MVS ISPF Primary Option Menu Remember XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE CONFIGURATION AND RESOURCE UTILITY (MVS) After logging on, the MVS ISPF Primary Option Menu screen displays: ISPF Primary Option Menu OPTION = = => ISPF PARMS...
  • Page 162: Invoking The Configuration And Resource Utility

    The main menu for the utility then appears and you can enter one of four options: Work with Xerox Fonts; Work with Xerox Forms; Work with Xerox Lists; and Work with Xerox CFGDS (configuration descriptions). This menu gives you access to...
  • Page 163: Create Configuration Description

    Remember XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE CONFIGURATION AND RESOURCE UTILITY (MVS) The Xerox Resource Utility, Create Configuration Description screen allows you to create configuration descriptions for the internal interface card on the host. The configuration description object or file converts the values selected from the screen to the appropriate Function Selection via Line (FSL).
  • Page 164 CONFIGURATION AND RESOURCE UTILITY (MVS) 2nd screen --------------------XEROX RESOURCE UTILITY ---------------------------- ------------------CREATE CONFIGURATION DESCRIPTION-------------------- LAST LF ON PAGE SENT AS FF = = => FF AFTER TIME ELAPSE USER HORIZONTAL MARGINS INCH USER VERTICAL MARGINS INCH NON-SCS PRINT IMAGE NONE,NLSBOTH,NLS,TSI,TSIBOTH...
  • Page 165: Change Configuration Description

    1. Press F8 or the Enter key to go to the second screen. 2. Press the Enter key. The information on both screens will be saved. The Xerox Resource Utility, Change Configuration Description screen allows you to change configuration descriptions for the internal interface card on the host.
  • Page 166 NONE,0 TO 255 = = => NONE NONE,NUMBER IN 1440ths = = => NONE NONE,NUMBER IN 1440ths = = => NONE =.=.=> NONE NONE,RSTUSR,RSTFCT,SAVUSR Refer to Table 7-2 for a description of the function keys. XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE...
  • Page 167: Handling Error Messages

    “User-created FSL Data Set Not Available” created FSL is not changed. The following listings of Clist codes are provided by Xerox Utility Program. Any of the Clists can be invoked on any TSO command line. TSO provides prompting for the required parameters.
  • Page 168: Creating Configuration Descriptions

    READ &DEST IF &NOALLOC = NOALLOC THEN ELSE ALLOC DA(’XMRPV1R2M1LINKLIB’) REUSE F(CTRANS) SHR ALLOC DA(’XMRPV1R2M1CFGDLIB’(&CFGD)’) F(CFGD) REUSE ALLOC SYSOUT(A) DEST(&DEST) F(PRTR) CALL’XMRPV1R2M1LOAD(LDXRXCFG)’ IF &NOALLOC = NOALLOC THEN ELSE FREE F(CTRANS) FREE F(CFGD) FREE F(PRTR) XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE...
  • Page 169: Loading Fonts

    Loading fonts Command XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE CONFIGURATION AND RESOURCE UTILITY (MVS) XMRPV1R2M1CLIST(LDXRXFNT)PROC 2 FNTNAME DEST ALLOC DA(’XMRPV1R2M1LINKLIB’) REUSE F(CTRANS) SHR ALLOC DA(’XMRPV1R2M1FNTLIB’(&FNTNAME)’) F(FONT) REUSE ALLOC SYSOUT(A) DEST(&DEST) F(PRTR) CALL’XMRPV1R2M1LOAD(LDXRXFNT)’ FREE F(CTRANS) FREE F(FONT) FREE F(PRTR) 7-25...
  • Page 171: A. Font And Code Set Tables

    Code Page 500 character set that is supported. Table 7 is selected, modified, and used as the active translate table. The appendix also contains IBM code set tables applicable to the MRP Family coax interface printers. XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE...
  • Page 172 FONT AND CODE SET TABLES Table A-1. PCL Translate Table 1: Codepage 500 to Roman 8 XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE...
  • Page 173 XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE Table A-2. PCL Translate Table 2: Codepage 500 to PC 8 FONT AND CODE SET TABLES...
  • Page 174 FONT AND CODE SET TABLES Table A-3. PCL Translate Table 3: Codepage 500 to ECMA XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE...
  • Page 175 XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE Table A-4. PCL Translate Table 4: Codepage 259 to PC-8 (Only Box Characters for drawing) FONT AND CODE SET TABLES...
  • Page 176 FONT AND CODE SET TABLES Table A-5. PCL Translate Table 5: Codepage 500 to ASCII 7- XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE...
  • Page 177 XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE Table A-6. PCL Translate Table 6: Codepage 500 to OCR A (Equivalent to PCL translate table 1) FONT AND CODE SET TABLES...
  • Page 178 FONT AND CODE SET TABLES Table A-7. PCL Translate Table 7: Codepage 500 to OCR B (Equivalent to PCL translate table 1) XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE...
  • Page 179 XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE Table A-8. PCL Translate Table 8: Codepage 500 to PC-850 FONT AND CODE SET TABLES...
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  • Page 181 î Ã å ï Å ç ì Ç ñ Ñ Ä Ü ö < > XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE Table A-10. Code Page 273—Austrian/German ø Ø ° µ É ß Ê Ë È Í Î Ï Ì ª...
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  • Page 183 Á î å ï Å ¦ ì ñ ß Ñ É ç Ç < > XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE Table A-12. Code Page 275—Brazilian µ ø Ø ° Ê Ë È Í Î Ï Ì ã ª «...
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  • Page 185 Á ã î Ã ï ç ì Ç ñ ß Ñ ø Å < > XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE Table A-14. Code Page 277—Danish/Norwegian ¦ ° µ É ü Ê Ë È Í Î Ï Ì ª «...
  • Page 186 é « ª ¡ º Ä » ¿ Ö æ ´ ´ ¸ Æ ” ± ® XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE ¢ ä å É £ (NSP) ¥ • ƒ ¶ – ı ¬ ô û Ô ¦...
  • Page 187 ã î Ã å ï Å Ç ñ ß Ñ ° é ò < > XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE Table A-16. Code Page 280—Italian ø Ø µ É ì Ê Ë È Í Î Ï Ì ù «...
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  • Page 189 À á í Á î å ï Å ì ñ ß Ñ õ < > XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE Table A-18. Code Page 282—Portuguese µ ø Ø ° É ç Ê Ë È Í Î Ï Ì ª...
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  • Page 191 Ã å ï Å ç ì Ç ñ ß Ñ ¦ £ < > ¬ XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE Table A-20. Code Page 285—U.K. English µ ø Ø ° É ¯ Ê Ë È Í Î Ï Ì...
  • Page 192 µ « ª ¡ º £ » ¿ à æ ´ ´ ¸ Æ ” ± ® XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE ¢ é è ç (NSP) ¥ • ƒ ¶ – ı ¬ ô û Ô ¯ ö...
  • Page 193 Á ã î Ã å ï Å ç ì Ç ñ ß Ñ ¦ < > XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE Table A-22. Code Page 500—Multinational µ ø Ø ° É Ê Ë È Í Î Ï Ì ª...
  • Page 194 FONT AND CODE SET TABLES Table A-23. APL character assignment in EBCDIC-SNA mode A-24 XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE...
  • Page 195 (SP) ” ¦ < > ß ¢ § £ ¥ XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE Table A-24. DSC code page EBCDIC-DSC modes & à ä À ¯ è ë È ì ï Ì ò ö Ò ù ü Ù...
  • Page 196 FONT AND CODE SET TABLES A-26 Table A-25. DSC APL character assignment An unsupported character prints as a white plus sign in a black box (reverse video effect). XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE...
  • Page 197 FONT AND CODE SET TABLES Table A-26. APL character assignment EBCDIC-DSC An unsupported character prints as a white plus sign in a black box (reverse video effect). XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE A-27...
  • Page 198 FONT AND CODE SET TABLES Table A-27. IBM DSC to Xerox DSC translate table EBCDIC- DSC mode...
  • Page 199: B. Dsc Option Defaults

    DSC option defaults This appendix contains a table showing the default DSC options for the IBM printers emulated and also for the Xerox MRP Family coax printers. For full details of each command, refer to the “DSC and SCS data stream commands”...
  • Page 200 4245 6262 4220/4219/ default default 4215/MRP coax setting setting default settings personalized shipment personalized shipment personalized shipment personalized shipment personalized shipment (chars) personalized shipment personalized shipment available available available available available XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE...
  • Page 201 XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE Command summary This appendix contains tables of the special feature commands and a table of the IBM data stream commands available with your Xerox MRP Family coax printers. For full details of each command, see the “DSC and SCS data stream commands”...
  • Page 202 Set Graphic Error Action (SGEA) 2BC803grop Set Horizontal Format (SHF) 2BC1nnhhlmrmht1...tn Set Line Density (SLD) 2BC6nnld Set Print Density (SPD) 2BD2nn2900cp Set Vertical Format (SVF) 2BC2nnvvvtmbmvt1...tn Transparent (TRN) 35nn Vertical Channel Select (VCS) 04vv Vertical Tab (VT) XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE...
  • Page 203 Y5—Set Default Maximum Page Length (MPL) Y6—Set Default Maximum Print Position (MPP) Y7—Set Case (mono, dual) Y8—Set LU1 Language Y9—Set Default Print Quality XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE Table C-3. FSL commands Command @<Hex>@<Hex> . . .@<Hex> @@<Hex><Hex> . . .<Hex>@...
  • Page 204 @Y30, n@ @Y31, n@ @Y32, n@ @Y33, n@ @Y34, n@ @Y36, n@ @Y37, n@ @Y38, n@ @Y44, n@ XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE Default n1=0 n2 = 2 n1=1 n2 = 2 n1=3 (U.S.) n1=1 (EUR) n2 = all trays...
  • Page 205 Y75—Overwrite Translate Table Y76—Create APL Translate Table Y77—Reset APL Translate Table Y78—Select APL Translate Table Y80—Overwrite APL Translate Table XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE Table C-3. FSL commands (continued) Command @Y46, n1 [, n2] [, n3]@ @Y47, n@ or @@!asciiascii@ @Y48, ‘n1’@ or...
  • Page 206 @Y94, n1@ @Y96, <GFID>@ @Y98, n1 {,n2}@ @Y100, n1 {,n2}@ @Y119, n@ @Y120, n1@ @Y249, n@ @Y253, n1, [n2]@ XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE Default n1 = 0 n2 = 0 n3 = None n1 = 0 None None...
  • Page 207 Communications buffer XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE Coax communications buffer This appendix describes a memory area known as the communications buffer that is used by all coax emulations. The communications buffer (figure D-1) contains a character buffer and an extended attribute buffer. Each of these buffers contains 4KB of storage.
  • Page 208 The Printer Output Area (POA) that occupies locations X'0000' to X'000F' of the Printer Communications Interface Area (PCIA) contains information regarding printer status and configuration. The POA is written by the printer and read by the cluster controller. Table D-2. Printer output area...
  • Page 209 Character Buffer Size X'000E' Extended X'000F' Character- istics XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE Table D-2. Printer output area (continued) Description Bit 0 1—Highlight supported. (Dependent on FSL Y38) Bit 1 1—Reverse video supported (not implemented) Bit 2 1—Blink supported (not implemented) Bit 3 0—Translate table required.
  • Page 210 The Control Unit Output Area (CUOA) that occupies locations X'0010' to X'004F' of the PCIA contains information regarding orders from the control unit and configuration information. The CUOA is written by the cluster controller and read by the printer. Table D-3. Control unit output area Description Bit 0—4...
  • Page 211 Table D-3. Control unit output area (continued) Address Function X'0017' Order Parameters Abort Bit 0—7 System Code X'00' Status Code X'02' Available Code X'03' Bit 0 Mode Print Processing Bit 1 Bit 2 Bit 3 Bit 4—6 Bit 7 Order Parameters Non-LU1 Bit 0...
  • Page 212 “function not supported” response to the control unit and printing stops. Bit 2 Ignored Bit 3—7 Reserved Test message from control unit: AA 32 87 AA (for 3274/3287) AA 32 62 AA (for 3276/3262) XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE...
  • Page 213 ‘Order Reject’ and ‘Order Complete’ responses to the host system. Abort On receipt of an abort order, the Xerox Family MRP coax printers terminate the current order and then respond with an ‘Order Complete’ in the status byte (byte 'X0000').
  • Page 214 When a print order has been completed, the Xerox MRP Family coax printers return an ‘Order Complete’ in the PCIA byte X'0000' and posts the response ‘Printer Status Available.’...
  • Page 215 (EAB). If bit 4 in the PCIA order byte X'0017' is on, the printer uses the attribute data contained in the EAB to determine the appearance of the printed output.
  • Page 216 COAX COMMUNICATIONS BUFFER If the EAB modifies a character byte in the base buffer, it is a character attribute (CA). See table D-6. Table D-6. Character attribute (CA)
  • Page 217 Letter Gothic Letter Gothic Italic Continuing next page XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE IBM GFID to PCL fonts attribute Table E-1 shows PCL fonts and their corresponding IBM GFIDs. Refer to the “Font support and selection” chapter in this manual for detailed explanation of fonts, character sets, and Global Font Identifiers (GFIDs).
  • Page 218 Dutch 601 Medium Swiss 721 Medium Swiss 721 Bold Continuing next page Table E-1. PCL fonts and equivalent IBM GFIDs (continued) Typeface GFID XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE Point Symbol Set Size Roman 8 Roman 8 Roman 8 Roman 8...
  • Page 219 Swiss 721 Medium Swiss 721 Bold Swiss 721 Italic Dutch 601 Medium Dutch 601 Bold Dutch 601 Italic Continuing next page XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE IBM GFID TO PCL FONTS ATTRIBUTE equivalent IBM GFIDs Typeface Symbol Set GFID Roman 8...
  • Page 220 1405 1411 1412 1413 1415 1801 1811 2401 2411 3001 3011 6500 8100 XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE Point Symbol Set Size ASCII Roman 8 Roman 8 Roman 8 ASCII Roman 8 Roman 8 Roman 8 Roman 8 Roman 8...
  • Page 221 IBM 3816. If other fonts, signatures, or logos are used by the customer, they should be obtained from the Xerox Font Center in PCL format. For use on the MRP Family printers, the custom fonts must be mapped to IBM GFIDs using FSL (Function Select via Line) commands.
  • Page 222 You can print a separator page between jobs in coax by using the Y100 function which sets the timeout on the coax line as well as defining an ASCII string which will be sent to the printer before each job.
  • Page 223 This prevents the printer from locking up. On the 4215/MRP and 4219/MRP control panel, the twinax/coax interface is referred to as 'Other I/O.' On the 4220/MRP, the interface is referred to as '4220/MRP Interface.' And on the 4230/MRP, the interface is referred to as '4230/MRP Interface.
  • Page 225 XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE The tables in this appendix describe the query replies available on the interface. These replies are the same for all printer emulations. Differences are restricted only in the support of the Printer Communication Interface Area (PCIA). The restrictions are setup using FSL Y1—Set IBM Buffer Size, FSL Y14—Enable...
  • Page 226 Useable area query supported Character Sets query supported Color query supported Highlight query supported OEM query supported (idata specified) Tables 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 expand on the values summarized in table G-2. XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE...
  • Page 227 XEROX MRP FAMILYCOAX COMMAND REFERENCE Refer to table G-3 for the useable area query reply. Table G-3. Useable area query reply Byte Value (Hex) Description 00—01 00 17 Length of structured field (00 15 in SCS mode) Type = Query reply...
  • Page 228 1-Byte coded Character Set • No LCID compare allowed. • LCID = None Character Set ID: ROS '01' On-loadable Character Set • Single plane • 1-Byte coded Character Set • LCID compare allowed. • LCID = APL XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE...
  • Page 229 Refer to table G-5 for color reply. Table G-5. Color reply Byte Value (Hex) Description 00—01 00 16 Length of structured field Type = Query reply Color indicator supported Monochrome ribbon is loaded. Length of color attribute List 06—07 00 F7 First color: Attribute value (Default) Color printed = Neutral (Black)
  • Page 230 00 16 Length of structured field Type = Query reply OEM indicator 04—05 00 10 Number of parameters 06—15 xx xx xx xx I-data confidential, used for xx ..xx idaAFP/idaPSS only XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE...
  • Page 231 Description 00—01 00 06 Length of structured field Type = Query reply Data chaining indicator Direction supported (To printer only) Flags (Reserved, must be zero) Refer to table G-10 for data streams reply. Table G-10. Data streams reply QUERY REPLIES...
  • Page 232 SLD supported 16—17 0C FF 6 LPI, MPL = 255 18—19 09 FF 8 LPI, MPL = 255 1A—1B 18 FF 3 LPI, MPL = 255 1C—1D 12 FF 4 LPI, MPL = 255 XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE...
  • Page 233: Related Publications

    Xerox Documentation and Software Services (XDSS) (U.S. only). For additional details, see “XDSS ordering information” at the back of this manual. Note: Xerox Canada, Ltd. publications are available through your local sales representative or analyst. The Xerox 4230/MRP and 4220/MRP library sets includes the following manuals.
  • Page 234 720P13731 720P13701 720P13711 * Manuals are shipped with the options. For information about current Xerox training classes and workshops, refer to the Xerox Customer Education: Printing Systems Catalog, 610P30238 (U.S. only). In other locations, see your local representative for details.
  • Page 235 IBM publications Other publications XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE The following IBM manuals were used for references: Publication IBM 3262 Printer Models 3413 Component Description IBM 3268 Printer Models 2 & 2c Description IBM 3816 Page Printer Setup Instructions...
  • Page 236 English as U.S. number 720P12331 English as U.S. number 720P12312 English as U.S. number 720P13721 English as U.S. number 720P13731 English as U.S. number 720P13701 English as U.S. number 720P13711 English as U.S. number XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE...
  • Page 237 For example, the above command was added to the configuration file VPS.R61.CNTL(VPSR156). VPS remote printer 156 will signify sysout class A to start each line with the transparency character hexadecimal 35 followed by a one-byte length field. The transparency character and length will be inserted multiple times by VPS if the data line is longer that 255 bytes.
  • Page 238 FORMS UTILITY FOR THE COAX ENVIRONMENT 42XX/MRP transparency Below is an example of a VPS Remote Configuration file. ****************************************** * LPA0DT20 - REMOTE 156 FOR XEROX CENTRE * ****************************************** *____________________________* * VTAM DEFINITIONS *____________________________* LUNAME = LPA0DT20, PRINTER LUNAME ALOGMODE = SCS,...
  • Page 239 FSL Y37. Sysout class A enables transparency and other sysout classes (B,C,J) do not send hexadecimal 35 with the data. After the printer has been set to transparent mode via FSL Y37, the user can now send a PCL file through a JCL file.
  • Page 240 And finally, FormFixC searches for the conditional page eject commands and deletes them from the form. Insert the diskette titled Xerox 42xx/MRP Forms Utility - Coax into the disk drive (this procedure assumes you are using the 'B' drive.) Its contents should include: •...
  • Page 241 Implementing FormFixC Entering FormFixC Screen Change FormFixC Defaults Running FormFixC XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE FORMS UTILITY FOR THE COAX ENVIRONMENT From the FormFixC directory, type: C:\FORMFIXC>formfixc The FormFixC Utility Menu will appear with these two items: 1) Run FormFixC Utility 2) Change FormFixC Defaults Before running the utility, you need to first change the defaults.
  • Page 242 An ASCII PCL macro residing on the IBM Host can be sent to the printer using a JCL with SYSOUT class A. Below is an example of a JCL file that sends a PCL (ASCII) file/macro named INVOICE to VPS Remote 156.
  • Page 243 1B26663458 (hexadecimal value) This is an example of a variable data file (VARDATA2) on the IBM Host. It sends to the printer the PCL macro ID #1 and the overlay command prior to the data. After the last line of data, the macro ID #1 (Esc&f1Y) and disable macro overlay command...
  • Page 244 1B26663358 (hexadecimal value) This is an example of a variable data file (VARDATA2) on the IBM Host. It sends to the printer the PCL macro ID #1 and the call macro command prior to the data. &&??<SPACE> resets the Escape character to NONE.
  • Page 245 Merging variable data with different forms (macros) XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE FORMS UTILITY FOR THE COAX ENVIRONMENT //SYSPRINT DD SYSOUT = X //SYSIN DD DUMMY //SYSUT2 DD SYSOUT = J //SYSUT1 DD DSN = JK12345.EBCDIC.VARDATA2,DISP = Note: SYSOUT=J is used.
  • Page 246 Note: The cursor position (100,100) is used as an example to place the variable data 1/3 inch down from the top margin plus any extra carriage return and line feeds generated (see “Limitations” section below). XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE 1B266C314F 1B266C3045 1B26663053...
  • Page 247 Limitations XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE FORMS UTILITY FOR THE COAX ENVIRONMENT &&??%%%1B266C314F1B266C30451B26663053% &&??%%%1B266634591B266633581B26663153%&&??<SPAC E>Variable data, line 1. LINE 2. LINE 3. LINE 4. LINE 5. LINE 6. LINE 7. • • • &&??%%%1B266C304F1B266C30451B26663053% &&??%%%1B266633591B266633581B26663153%&&?? <SPACE> & & ? ? % % % 1 B 2 A 7 0 3 1 3 0 3 0 5 9 1 B 2 A 7 0 3 1 3 0 3 0 5 8 % & & ? ? <SPACE>Variable data line 49.
  • Page 249 American National Standard Institute. A Programming Language. Also refers to a symbol set. Fonts for the APL symbol set can be found in the Xerox MRP Family coax printers. ASCII American Standard Code for Information Interchange.
  • Page 250 APL character set. Control character that (unless set to be interpreted as a line end) causes the printer to begin printing at the left margin of the current line. The ASCII or EBCDIC character <CR> is associated with this movement.
  • Page 251 The Clear command is never accompanied by a data stream command. It should always be the first command to a printer after the mode set. If the printer is ready, this ensures that the printer is operational before any data is sent to be printer. The Clear command to an SCS printer causes the following: 1.
  • Page 252 Data-analyzing tool that prints the hexadecimal value of all data received. default Preset value programmed into a printer that it uses unless you change the value with the control panel keys or print language commands. See also factory defaults, power-up defaults.
  • Page 253 Storage Area. EFAs control underlining and use of the base/APL character set. Control codes within the text of a file. The ability of a printer to be set up to behave like another printer in a non-native mode. Message that appears in the display window of the control panel, or is printed, indicating an error condition in the printer.
  • Page 254 Representation on the printed page of the data sent to the printer. It is formed of closely placed dots of dry ink, which are placed on the page electrostatically and fused. Connection between two devices. Interfaces are meant to carry electronic impulses from one place to another.
  • Page 255 Logical Page Width. LPW is determined by the number of characters on a line (MPP), the characters per inch (CPI), and the left margin. See also logical page size, LPL. Logical Unit 1. An SCS device. XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE GLOSSARY-7...
  • Page 256 Light reflected from characters is recognized by optical character recognition equipment. It is also characters printed in a type style that can be read by both machines and people. Also refers to a symbol. XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE...
  • Page 257 State in which the printer is under the control of the user, not the host computer to which the printer is connected. online State in which the printer is under the control of the host computer.
  • Page 258 12 pitch, 12 characters per inch, and so forth.) Printer Output Area. The POA, which occupies locations 0 to X'000F' of the PCIA, contains information regarding printer status and configuration. The POA is written by the printer and read by the cluster controller. point Traditionally type is measured in points.
  • Page 259 Special Features The features accessible when “Full Features“ are selected under the “Special Features“ printer control panel options of the Xerox MRP Family printers. System Status Available. A valid order or operation accepted by a coax printer that controls printing and mode changing. In the...
  • Page 260 Amount of data that can be processed, transmitted, and printed, within a specified unit of time. toggle To switch or alternate the printer status between online (ready to accept data) and offline. Process of identifying the cause of a printer problem. The method used steps through a list of symptoms and suggested remedies until the solution is found.
  • Page 261 A Programming Language, see APL APL, 1-2, 2-9, 2-12, 3-54, 3-55 character assignment EBCDIC-DSC, A-27t assignment EBCDIC-SNA mode, A-24t XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE Translate Table, 3-7t Overwrite, 3-7t Reset, 3-7t apostrophe, 3-4 area, factory default, 3-1...
  • Page 262 Y9—Set Default Print Quality, 2-11, 3-6t, 3-18, C-3t Y10—Set Page Format, 3-6t, 3-19 to 3-20, 3-57, 3-65, 3-69, C-4t Y11—Set Default Paper Path, 3-6t, 3-20 to 3-21, 3 3-65, C-4t Y12—Set Default Paper Size, 3-6t, 3-22 to 3-23, XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE...
  • Page 263 Y72—Reset Translate Table, 3-7t, 3-52, C-5t Y73—Select Translate Table, 3-7t, 3-52 to 3-53, C-5t Y74—Define Symbol Set String, 3-7t, 3-53, C-5t XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE Y75—Overwrite Translate Table, 3-7t, 3-53 to 3-54, C-5t Y76—Create APL Translate Table, 3-7t, 3-54, C-5t Y77—Reset APL Translate Table, 3-7t, 3-55, C-5t...
  • Page 264 LU3, 3-16, 3-29, 3-30, 3-31, 3-33, 6-1 mode, 2-1 option defaults, B-1 to B-2t print order processing, D-8 to D-10 Query, D-6t, D-7 to Xerox DSC translate table EBCDIC-DSC mode, A-28t Dual Case, 3-16 Dump ASCII (T3), 1-3 hexadecimal (HEX), 1-3, 3-5t...
  • Page 265 3-16, 3-33, 3-35t, C-1t, C-2t, GLOSSARY- 5 forms, loading, 7-9 managing, 7-8 list screen, 7-9 XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE French Canadian, Code Page 276, A14t French, Code Page 297, A-22t frequency energy, radio, iii FSL, GLOSSARY-5 commands, 1-3, 2-2, 2-11, 3-1 to 3-65, 4-7, C-3t...
  • Page 266 Communication Feature (Query, EAB), 3-6t, 3-37, C-4t, D-3t, F-1t, G-1 Control Code, Suppress, 3-6t defined strings setup, 3-7t DSC to Xerox DSC translate table EBCDIC-DSC mode, A-28t error types, 5-1 font selection, 4-5 to 4-6 GFID, 3-45to 3-47, 4-3 to 4-4, E-1t to E-4t...
  • Page 267 DSC, 2-1, GLOSSARY-4 Duplex, 3-41 formatted, D-5t SCS, 2-1, 3-12, 3-16, D-7, GLOSSARY-11 table entries, 6-7 XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE Transparent (TRN), 3-36 Mono Case, 3-16 Motion Index, Horizontal, see HMI MPL, 2-18 to 2-19, 3-6t, 3-15, 3-23, 3-65, 3-68,...
  • Page 268 Emulation Select, IBM, 3-6t errors, 5-2 Features, D-3t in Hold Mode, Set, 3-5t, 3-11 Output Area, see POA Share String and Timer, 3-8t, 3-63, C-6t Type and Character Set, 3-24, D-3t Printout at Power Up, setting, 3-8t XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE...
  • Page 269 Request for Price Quotation, IBM, see RPQ Reset, GLOSSARY-10 APL Translate Table, 3-7t, 3-55, C-5t button, viii, ix Translate Table, 3-7t, 3-52, C-5t XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE reserved, D-2t, D-6t codes, 2-2t, 2-4, C-1t resource utility, 7-1 to 7-25 Restore...
  • Page 270 T4—Printout Settings, 1-7, 3-5t, 3-10, 3-64, C-3t T5—Printout Character Set, 3-5t, 3-11, C-3t T6—Cancel Online ASCII Hex Dump, 3-5t, 3-11, C-3t Horizontal (HT), 2-5t, 2-6t, 2-9, 2-19, 3-36t, C-2t Vertical (VT), 2-5t, 2-7t, 2-19, 2-21, C-2t XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE...
  • Page 271 End of Print Buffer, 3-6t Followed by Data, 3-6t SCS codes, 3-36t Vertical XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE Channel Select (VCS), 2-5t, 2-7t, 2-19, 2-20 to 2-21, 3-36t, C-2t Format (SVF), Set, 2-5t, 2-7t, 2-18 to 2-19, 3-35,...
  • Page 272 Y119—Enable/disable automatic paper size configuration, 3-8t, 3-64, C-6t Y120—Setting Printout at Power Up, 3-8t, 3-64, C-6t Y249—Enter Engineering Mode, 3-8t, 3-64, C-6t Y253—Allow Passwords, 3-8t, 3-65, C-6t Z—Send User-defined String, 3-5, 3-8t, 3-65, C-6t XEROX MRP FAMILY COAX COMMAND REFERENCE...
  • Page 273 Alternate Media Order Card Name Title Company Address City (11/94) Please send me the Xerox 42xx/MRP Coax Utility Option Kit - 9-track 1/2“ computer tape on reel P/N 673S00006A (CHG# 0435-8984) Phone Department State...
  • Page 274 BUSINESS REPLY MAIL FIRST CLASS MAIL PERMIT NO. 229 Postage will be paid by addressee Xerox Corporation 701 S. Aviation Blvd C/O: Software Library, ESM4-015 El Segundo, CA 90245 NO POSTAGE NECESSARY IF MAILED IN THE UNITED STATES EL SEGUNDO, CA...

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