comp.lang.pascal.delphi.misc - General issues with Borland Delphi.
Is there some kind of adapter I can buy which will allow me to take my USB printer and use it as a network printer? (A chickenhawk has been sacrificed to Allah) -- -- borland.public.off-topic exists as a runoff for unwanted posts in the technical groups. Enforcement of rules is deliberately minimal but Borland reserves the right to cancel posts at any time, for any reason, without notice.
I'm a newbie to .NET and Google. I am trying to write a C# application that prints a barcode label to a Zebra (thermal) printer. I am using the PrintDocument class (System.Drawing.Printing namespace). Though it prints to the printer, it only prints the actual ZPL code (e.g. "^XA^LH05,...). I've tried to switch to the Generic /Text Only driver, but before it gets to my ZPL code, it displays the error "The data area passed to a system call is too small." I noticed that I cannot even print a test page using this driver. I have W2K SP3. I retrieved a pre-sp3 Driver.cab file and tried swapping out the driver files that begin with TTY and UNI, but that didn't work, either. Can anyone help?? Thanks
Hello, I want to use a printer currently attached to a DTC for network printing attached to a print server like another one in our LAN. I added device 203 to npconfig.pub.sys (the others are already running): 206 (network_address=10.0.0.142 pjl_supported=TRUE banner_header=FALSE banner_trailer=FALSE jam_recovery=FALSE setup_file=A4.HPENV.SYS) 205 (network_address=10.0.0.142 pjl_supported=TRUE banner_header=FALSE banner_trailer=FALSE jam_recovery=FALSE setup_file=A4.HPENV.SYS) 203 (network_address=10.0.0.140 pjl_supported=TRUE banner_header=FALSE banner_trailer=FALSE jam_recovery=FALSE setup_file=A4.HPENV.SYS) I suppose I still must add another class via IOCONFIG, but I don know how to handle this tool. showdev gives this result: . . . 201 J AVAIL 202 J AVAIL 203 J AVAIL 204 SPOOLED SPOOLER OUT 205 SPOOLED SPOOLER OUT 206 SPOOLED SPOOLER OUT . . . Can you give me some advice? Thanks n advance Armin Schwager