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iPrint error bad status code (0x406)

Situation

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Recently a couple iPrint printers are displaying this message in iManager when you view them.

Request (CLIENT_ERROR) - bad status code (0x406)
IPP Error: 0x406

Already tried solution from here https://www.novell.com/support/kb/doc.php?id=7002613 but that didn't work.

In ndpsmmon.log this error appears: Error: 506D000C - object not found.

Printer is missing from padbtxt.xml but it exists in older file padbtxt2.xml.

Print object exists in eDir

Question

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Can I safely copy and paste printer info from padbtxt2.xml to current padbtxt.xml or do I need to delete the print object and recreate it?

Environment

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iPrint server OS: SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 SP3
iPrint server version: 6.3.20130712-0.7

Thanks in advance for the help.
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Re: iPrint error bad status code (0x406)

timatmillikin;2298367 wrote:
Situation

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Recently a couple iPrint printers are displaying this message in iManager when you view them.

Request (CLIENT_ERROR) - bad status code (0x406)
IPP Error: 0x406

Already tried solution from here https://www.novell.com/support/kb/doc.php?id=7002613 but that didn't work.

In ndpsmmon.log this error appears: Error: 506D000C - object not found.

Printer is missing from padbtxt.xml but it exists in older file padbtxt2.xml.

Print object exists in eDir

Question

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Can I safely copy and paste printer info from padbtxt2.xml to current padbtxt.xml or do I need to delete the print object and recreate it?

Environment

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iPrint server OS: SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 SP3
iPrint server version: 6.3.20130712-0.7

Thanks in advance for the help.


i'd really doubt that such a restore would be the way to go here, but if you like to do it anyway, this one covers basically everything...

https://www.novell.com/support/kb/doc.php?id=3006957
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