Faebei The fieldNo parameters are used to specify which field in the two files is to be used as the join field. This command gives a brief description about command. Specifies a print job title with the Text variable. The first shows the job id, the second shows a plus sign, dash, or space. The -h option can be used to specify a topic for which you are requesting help. Sets the type of input paper handling to one of the following: You can specify the number of copies to be printed after the — option.

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You can specify a 0 or a 1 for the PreviewOption variable. If you specify 0, the qprt command preview displays normal print processing. If you specify a 1, the command returns a list of the flag values and the filter pipeline that would be used to convert the input data type to the data type expected by the printer. These flag values are the default command line flag values from the configuration database, overridden by any flag parameters specified on the command line.

Only flags that are valid for the InputDataType variable specified or defaulted for the -d flag are shown. Flag values related only to the spooling of your print job, instead of the actual printing, are not shown. The default values for the spooling flags are included with the flag descriptions.

The flag values are not checked to verify that they are supported by the printer. The pipeline of filters shows the filter commands and the flag values passed to the filter commands that would process the data from your print files before it is sent to the printer.

You can review the description for each of the filter commands to determine the type of filtering that is performed. Diagnostic output is useful for diagnosing errors encountered by a filter pipeline that is processing a print file, a header page, or a trailer page.

Diagnostic output is mailed to the user who submitted the print job. You can specify one of the following levels: 0 Discards any standard error output produced. If an error is detected, the print job is terminated. A value of 1 is recommended. A value of 0 is useful if a filter in a pipeline produces output to standard error, even if no error is encountered for example, status information.

A value of 2 or 3 is useful for diagnosing a problem, even if the problem does not cause any output to standard error.

The Value variable consists of a two-character string. The first character applies to header pages. The second character applies to trailer pages. The following values are valid: a Always print the header or trailer page for each file in each print job.

For example, the -B ga flag prints a header page at the beginning of each print job and a trailer page after each file in each print job. Note: In a remote print environment, the default is determined by the remote queue on the server. Specify this flag if you plan to modify the print file or files after the qprt command is issued, but before the print job completes. If this flag is not specified and the print job is printed on the same node where it was submitted, copies of the print file or files are not made.

Printing occurs directly from the file or files you specified with the File parameter. By default, the qprt command displays messages on the console. The -C flag only applies to local print jobs. If you want to be notified when a job sent to a remote printer is completed, use the -n flag to receive a mail message. Note: You cannot redirect certain messages from the qdaemon and the printer backend in any way. Based on the input data type and the data type expected by the printer, the print files are passed through filters if necessary before being sent to the printer.

You can specify any of the following input data types: a.



Mezira This command will display the groups for which the specified userid is a member. The -s option will display the total disk usage for the specified files or directories. Alternatively, consult your printer manual to find out what options your printer supports. Starting a Print Job qprt Command You can also view a specific file by typing its jobNumber o the command line, or you can view all your queued files by specifying your userID. If this flag is not specified, the first file name on the qprt command line is used as the print job title. A value of 2 or 3 is useful qpry diagnosing qpdt problem, even if the problem does not cause any output to standard error. This command sends an echo request to the specified address.


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Kajit To rename a file or directoryspecify its name followed by the newname to be used. The only parameter is the aliasedCommand you wish to remove from your list of aliases. You can change the access mode of the directories created by specifying -m and then the access privileges to be given to that subdirectory. Always prints the header or trailer pages. Contains the queue and queue device configuration file. Do not send a form feed command to the printer. This command writes standard input to standard output and the specified file.


qprt Command

Brale Configuring a printer without adding a queue qprt command Thus, the next time you login, you will need to use the new password. This text is displayed on the console when the print job is assigned a printer and is ready to begin printing. The -v option lets you specify the number of line per inch. This command compares the specified text files and displays which lines differ. You can display command line arguments by using aiix dollar sign followed by the argument number.

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