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Introduction The Tape Client Job Submission Guide provides the information you need to set up and submit jobs from tape, using the Tape Client software. This document is intended for the programmer or user who submits jobs to the printer, and for the operator, who is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the DocuPrint 2000 Series 75/90/100/115/135/155/180 Enterprise Printing System.
<ENTER> (for example, enter y). • Italics: Document and library names are shown in italics (for example, the Xerox DocuPrint NPS/IPS Guide to Managing Print Jobs). • Quotation marks: Keywords you can enter as arguments appear in quotes (for example, “USLetter”).
This section lists related publications and provides information on printing the customer documentation. DocuPrint 2000 Series 100/115/135/155/180 EPS documentation The following documents contain information on the Xerox DocuPrint 2000 Series 100/115/135/155/180 EPS: • Xerox DocuPrint 2000 Series 100/115/135/155/180 EPS Electronic Customer Documentation CD •...
Introduction Printing customer documentation To print the latest version of the customer documentation: 1. Create a queue, specifying ASCII for input and Duplex for output. 2. Insert the DOC CD into the CD drive. 3. Open a UNIX terminal window on the graphical user interface.
You can submit offline jobs from the Xerox 18/36-track cartridge drives tape drive that is offered as an option with the system from a Xerox peripheral cabinet tape drive, or from other 9-track or 36- track serial tape drives of the following supported types: •...
Tape Client overview Tape Client The Tape Client provides the following capabilities: capabilities • Offline printing of LCDS data stream • Data transmission via Socket Gateway • Submission of tape client jobs to other EPS that are running the Socket Gateway •...
• IBMDOS / 360 (HOST=IBMOS/IBMDOS/IBMDBS/IBM3200) • IBMOS / 360 (HOST=IBMOS/IBMDOS/IBMDBS/IBM3200) • UNIVAC SDF (HOST=UNIVAC) • UNDEF (HOST=UNDEF) In addition, the Fuji Xerox (FX) market supports: • FUJITSU (HOST=FUJITSU) • HITACHI (HOST=HITACHI) • (HOST=NEC/ACOS4) • FXEWTR (HOST=FXEWTR) In addition, the following client plug-ins are available: •...
Tape Client overview Functional overview The Tape Client software enables transmission of data from a cartridge or open reel tape to the DP EPS controller via the Socket Gateway. Your Socket Gateway must be set up to interact with the Tape Client software. (Refer to the online help for information on Socket Gateway installation and set up.) To interact with the Tape Client software, open the Tape Client window on the controller user interface by selecting Tape...
Tape Client overview Tape job accounting The Tape Client maintains a job log file, which contains accounting data for each job. You can view and print this log. Information is logged in the accounting file during processing at the following times: •...
Tape Client overview Job recovery If a Tape Client crash occurs during tape processing, it recovers to its last known state at the start of a file. The Tape Client maintains a file that contains all the information needed to recover from a rollover.
Tape Client overview Record structure A record is arbitrarily divided into two portions: operating system and user. • The operating system portion of the record contains information that is supplied by the host operating or spooling system. • The user portion of the record contains information that is provided by the application or the program that is running on the host system.
3. Load the job tape on your tape drive. Make sure that the tape is at BOT (beginning of tape). (For instructions on loading tapes, refer to the Xerox DocuPrint 2000 Series 100/115/135/ 155/180 EPS Operator Guide for information on the Xerox DocuPrint EPS cartridge tape drive, or refer to your tape drive user documentation.)
Managing and printing jobs from the Tape Client Figure 2-1. Tape Client window 5. From the Device menu in the Input Device group box, select the name that is assigned to the tape drive from which the job will be sent. 6.
Managing and printing jobs from the Tape Client 7. From the Printer pulldown menu in the Output Control group box, select the EPS printer to which you are sending the job (for instructions on setting up a printer and the Socket Gateway, refer to the chapter “Managing the tape client”...
Managing and printing jobs from the Tape Client Saving a tape You can save a tape client setup including the following areas of client setup the Tape Client window: • Input Device • Output Control • End of Job • Document To save a tape client setup: •...
Managing and printing jobs from the Tape Client 3. On the Lcds Resources window, select from the Source pull- down menu the medium that contains the files that you want to import for your job. After a few seconds, a list of the directories on the source medium appears in the Directory field.
Managing and printing jobs from the Tape Client • To select all the resource files that are displayed, right- click in the resource list section and select Select All from the pop-up menu. Figure 2-4. Lcds Resources window displaying resource files on tape Tape Client Job Submission Guide...
Managing and printing jobs from the Tape Client 7. After you have selected all the files that you want, right-click in the resource list section again, and select Import from the pop-up menu. Figure 2-5. Popup menu with Import selected A Question prompt window opens, advising you that the importing process could be lengthy.
Managing and printing jobs from the Tape Client 4. If you selected Range, enter in the Range text field the file numbers that you want to print, in the order that you want them to be printed. • Indicate a range by entering the first and last file number, separated by a hyphen (-).
Managing and printing jobs from the Tape Client 1. Obtain the initial JDL, JDE, and (if required) form names if you do not already know them. These resource files must be stored in the “lcds” folder on the printing system internal disk before they can be used for a print job.
Managing and printing jobs from the Tape Client Figure 2-7. Job Descriptor Library window 4. On the resources list, click the name of the JDL, JDE, or form that you want to use for the job. Your selection appears in the read-only Selection field.
Managing and printing jobs from the Tape Client Controlling input for tape jobs While a job tape is processing, you can perform the following tasks to manage the input flow. Ending a job To end a job before it has completed printing, click End on the Tape Client window.
Managing and printing jobs from the Tape Client 1. In the Move field on the Tape Client window, click Tape Mark..The Move Tape Mark window opens. Figure 2-9. Move Tape Mark window 2. On the Move Tape Mark window, enter the number of tape marks (files) that you want to skip;...
Managing and printing jobs from the Tape Client Moving over blocks on a tape You can position a job tape forward or backward to skip one or more of the blocks within a file on the tape. You must initiate the Move command before you start the job; you cannot move over blocks while the job is printing.
Managing and printing jobs from the Tape Client Starting and ending tape dump sessions To print a dump of an offline job that you wish to troubleshoot, follow these steps: 1. Specify the desired JDE and the DUMP JDL on the Tape Client window at the controller.
Managing the Tape Client This chapter describes the management tasks that you may need to perform when using the Tape Client. Accessing the Tape Client To access the windows from which you can operate and manage the Tape Client, follow this procedure: 1.
Managing the Tape Client 3. Click Setup..The Printer Setup window opens. Figure 3-1. Printer setup window 4. Click the appropriate button to initiate one of the setup tasks that are explained in the following sections. Adding a printer To add a printer to the list of printers to which you can submit jobs from tape, follow these steps: 1.
Managing the Tape Client Modifying a printer To change properties of a printer that is on your printer list, follow these steps: 1. On the Printer Setup window, select the name of the printer that you want to change. 2. Click Modify..The Modify Printer window opens. Figure 3-2.
Managing the Tape Client Managing the tape drive In the Input Device group box on the Tape Client window, you can initiate the following tasks to manage the tape drive from which you are sending jobs. Renaming a tape If you have more than one tape drive connected to your printer, drive you must select the drive that you want to use to send the job.
Managing the Tape Client Rewinding or In the Input Device group box, you may rewind or unload the unloading a tape tape in the tape drive. 1. From the Device menu, select the name of the drive in which the tape is loaded. 2.
Managing the Tape Client The following figure shows the Job Log window with no jobs displayed. Figure 3-4. Job Log window From the Job Log window, you can perform the management tasks that are described in the following sections. Viewing the job To open the Job Log window to view the accounting log, click Job Log...
Managing the Tape Client Clearing the job When the accounting log has less than 500 KB of space left, you a message window is displayed, asking you to clear the log. If you do not clear the log at this time, the log is cleared automatically when it is full.