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iPrint Appliance Know Issues


According to the Novell web site, there are 6 known rendering issues
listed that are keeping us from migrating from our current iPrint
installation on an OES server. Is there any information on when the
issues will be resolved? It seems like they have been there from the
beginning.

TIA
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Re: iPrint Appliance Know Issues

On 04/16/2015 03:13 PM, Randall Diekmeyer wrote:
>
> According to the Novell web site, there are 6 known rendering issues
> listed that are keeping us from migrating from our current iPrint
> installation on an OES server. Is there any information on when the
> issues will be resolved? It seems like they have been there from the
> beginning.
>
> TIA
>



which issues?

patch 1 for appliance 1.1 has just been re released and contains a lot
of fixes for the appliance
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Re: iPrint Appliance Know Issues

In article <%SOXw.675$FS4.105@novprvlin0913.provo.novell.com>,
Mysterious@heaven.com says...
> which issues?
>
> patch 1 for appliance 1.1 has just been re released and contains a lot
> of fixes for the appliance


The ReadMe from the 1.1 Appliance documentation:
If the remote renderer is configured with Adobe for handling PDF jobs,
then the orientation option might not work with PDF documents.

HTML files (or HTML email messages) that include images might not render
correctly when printed.

Email attachments that are converted from one format to another might
not render correctly when printed. For example, documents created in
Open Office and saved to Microsoft Word or Powerpoint formats, or
documents created in MS Office and saved to ODT or ODP formats, might
not render correctly when printed.

When printing a workbook, only the first worksheet is printed.

When trying to print Microsoft Office documents that are restricted for
editing, the orientation and paper size options might not work.

When using the in-built PDF renderer to render large sized PDF files, or
PDF files with large number of pages, printing might take a long time.




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Re: iPrint Appliance Know Issues

Randall Diekmeyer;2384149 wrote:
In article <%SOXw.675$FS4.105@novprvlin0913.provo.novell.com>,
Mysterious@heaven.com says...
> which issues?
>
> patch 1 for appliance 1.1 has just been re released and contains a lot
> of fixes for the appliance


The ReadMe from the 1.1 Appliance documentation:
If the remote renderer is configured with Adobe for handling PDF jobs,
then the orientation option might not work with PDF documents.

HTML files (or HTML email messages) that include images might not render
correctly when printed.

Email attachments that are converted from one format to another might
not render correctly when printed. For example, documents created in
Open Office and saved to Microsoft Word or Powerpoint formats, or
documents created in MS Office and saved to ODT or ODP formats, might
not render correctly when printed.

When printing a workbook, only the first worksheet is printed.

When trying to print Microsoft Office documents that are restricted for
editing, the orientation and paper size options might not work.

When using the in-built PDF renderer to render large sized PDF files, or
PDF files with large number of pages, printing might take a long time.


You are aware that these issues are limit only to mobile printing and not desktop printing?

Thomas
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Re: iPrint Appliance Know Issues

In article <thsundel.6vhzen@no-mx.forums.microfocus.com>, thsundel@no-
mx.forums.microfocus.com says...
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> You are aware that these issues are limit only to mobile printing and
> not desktop printing?
>
> Thomas
>
>

Thomas,

No, I was not aware. Thanks for clearing that up for me!


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