Xerox 4850/4890 Highlight Color Laser Printing Systems Command

Xerox 4850/4890 Highlight Color Laser Printing Systems Command
XEROX
Xerox 4850/4890 HighLight Color
Laser Printing Systems
Command Reference
Version 5.0
November 1994
720P93600
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Table of contents
Introduction
ix
Conventions
ix
1. System commands
1-1
Command summary
1-1
Entering commands
1-4
Commands
1-5
ABORT
1-5
ACCOUNT
1-8
ALIGN
1-11
B
1-12
BC
1-12
BD
1-12
BF
1-12
BT
1-12
BX
1-13
BLADE
1-13
CANCEL
1-13
CANCEL ENTRY
1-14
CLEAR QUEUE
1-15
CLP and CLUSTER
1-16
COMPRESS
1-18
CONTINUE
1-19
COPY
1-20
DARKNESS
1-24
DCU
1-24
DELETE
1-28
DRAIN
1-29
DSR
1-29
EDIT
1-30
ENDJOB
1-31
FCG
1-31
FCHECK
1-31
FCU
1-32
FEDIT
1-34
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FEED
1-34
FEX
1-36
FID
1-36
FILE
1-37
FIX
1-39
FLF
1-40
FLOPPY
1-43
FONTS
1-47
FORMS
1-47
GRAPHIC
1-48
HARDCOPY
1-49
HIP
1-50
HOSTCOPY
1-61
IFU
1-63
IMAGE
1-69
INITIALIZE QUEUE
1-70
JOBS
1-71
LIGHT
1-76
LIST
1-77
LOGON
1-80
MOVE n [FILES/BLOCKS]
1-81
MOVE #entry-string
1-81
OCS
1-83
OFFLINE
1-83
ONLINE
1-83
PQA
1-83
PROBLEM
1-84
PSC
1-85
PSTATUS
1-85
PURGE
1-89
RCU
1-90
REALLOCATE
1-92
REPORT
1-94
RESET
1-95
REVIEW
1-96
REWIND
1-97
RNAME
1-97
SAMPLE
1-97
SCALE
1-102
SCHEDULE
1-102
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SECURE
1-103
SELECT
1-104
SEPARATE
1-105
SET QUEUE DISPLAY
1-105
SETTIME
1-106
@SETTMO
1-106
SFC
1-107
SFS
1-111
SFT
1-115
SHOW QUEUE STATUS
1-116
SPACE
1-116
SST
1-118
START [print-job]
1-119
STITCH
1-122
STOP
1-122
SUBSTITUTE DEVICE
1-123
SUBSTITUTE INK
1-125
TAPE[CARTRIDGE]
[FIND|LIST|NEXT|REWIND|SKIP|UNLOAD|VOLINIT]
1-126
TIME
1-129
TYPE
1-129
XPS
1-130
2. Editor commands
2-1
Conventions
2-1
Command summary
2-2
Commands
2-3
C
2-3
CE
2-4
CLEAR
2-4
CONVERT
2-4
COPY
2-4
D
2-5
DELETE
2-5
DISPLAY
2-6
DUPLICATE
2-6
EDIT
2-6
END
2-7
F
2-7
FID
2-8
FILE
2-8
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FIND
2-8
FIX
2-8
FLOPPY
2-8
GET
2-9
GPCE
2-9
INSERT
2-10
KEYS
2-10
LIST
2-10
MERGE
2-10
MODIFY
2-11
MOVE
2-12
NOCONVERT
2-12
O
2-12
P
2-13
PCE
2-13
PRINT
2-14
REMOVE
2-15
RENUMBER
2-15
REPLACE
2-16
REVIEW
2-17
RNAME
2-17
S
2-17
SAVE
2-18
SCE
2-18
SORT
2-19
STEP
2-20
TAPE [CARTRIDGE] EOF or NOEOF or ENDFILE
2-20
TYPE
2-22
3. Font editor commands
vi
3-1
Font editor
3-1
Command summary
3-2
Commands
3-2
CHARACTER
3-3
CLOSE
3-3
END
3-3
FEDIT
3-3
FIX
3-4
HEXADECIMAL
3-4
INCLUDE
3-4
INPUT
3-5
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OCTAL
3-5
OPEN
3-5
OUTPUT
3-6
RECODE
3-6
REORDER
3-7
SUBSTITUTE
3-7
4. Command file commands
4-1
Command summary
4-1
Commands
4-2
*
4-2
;
4-2
@command-file.[CMD]
4-2
.ASK
4-3
.ASKS
4-3
.ASKV
4-3
.BCP
4-4
.BEZ
4-5
.BF
4-6
.BNZ
4-6
.BR
4-7
.BT
4-7
.BX
4-8
.CHAIN
4-9
.DEC
4-9
.DELAY
4-9
.EXIT
4-9
.HOME
4-10
.INC
4-10
.NO SHOW
4-10
.PAUSE
4-10
.QWAIT
4-11
.SETC
4-11
.SETD
4-12
.SETF
4-12
.SETT
4-12
.SETV
4-13
.SHOW
4-13
.WAIT
4-13
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5. HSPP or SDI commands
Glossary
viii
5-1
GLOSSARY-1
XEROX 4850/4890 HIGHLIGHT COLOR LPS COMMAND REFERENCE
Introduction
The Xerox 4850/4890 HighLight Color Laser Printing System
Command Reference provides a description of all the available
commands, including the logon levels, syntax, parameters,
examples, and restrictions, if any.
This reference is intended for users who have some experience
using Xerox Laser Printing Systems (LPS).
Conventions
This reference uses the following conventions:
<>
Angle brackets are used for keys on the system controller
keyboard.
[]
Square brackets are used for optional command characters.
...
Ellipses indicate that you can repeat a parameter or list a series of
parameters.
|
{}
italics
TERMINAL FONT
underline
UPPERCASE
Vertical bars are used to separate parameters in a series. The
vertical bar stands for “or.”
Curly brackets are used for required choices.
Italics is used for variable information.
Terminal or monospace font is used to display system responses.
System default parameters are underlined.
Uppercase letters are used for command names.
CAUTION: Cautions alert you to an action that could damage
hardware or software.
WARNING: Warnings alert you to conditions that may affect
the safety of people.
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1.
Command
ABORT
System commands
This section describes the system commands available for the
Xerox 4850 and 4890 Highlight Color Laser Printing Systems
(LPS).
Command summary
Table 1-1 provides a summary of the system commands. It
includes printer status requirements and the lowest logon level
(by system default) from which a command is functional.
•
An asterisk (*) means the command is not functional when
HIP or SDI is running.
•
“NR” in the “Lowest logon level” column means you cannot
restrict the command using the RCU command.
Table 1-1.
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Function
Printer
Offline
ABORT ENTRY
ACCOUNT
ALIGN
B
Aborts current job, report activity, queue entries, or
processes.
Aborts entries in the queue
Creates and updates accounting file.
Aligns laser image with paper.
Boots the operating system.
BC, BD, BF, BT, BX
BLADE
CANCEL
CANCEL ENTRY
CLEAR QUEUE
CLP
Boots the SAFES system.
Protects the LPS and prevents edge smearing.
Same as the ABORT command.
Same as the ABORT ENTRY command.
Erases all entries in the print queue database.
Assigns preferred trays to a cluster.
CLUSTER
COMPRESS*
CONTINUE
COPY
DARKNESS
DCU
DELETE
Assigns current trays to a cluster.
Compresses file directories and disk files.
Resumes input/output activities.
Copies files from one device to another.
Adjusts the contrast of black and color inks.
Controls and processes logging activity.
Deletes files from the system disk.
DRAIN
Prints all completed online pages.
Online
•
•
1/NR
•
•
•
•
•
1/NR
1
1
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
1
1/NR
1/NR
2
1
•
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•
•
•
•
•
•
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logon
level
1
2
1/NR
1
1
1
1
1
1-1
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SYSTEM COMMANDS
Table 1-1.
Command
FID
FILE
FIX
FLF
FLOPPY
FONTS
FORMS
GRAPHIC
HARDCOPY
HIP
HOSTCOPY
1-2
System commands (continued)
Function
Printer
Offline
DSR*
EDIT
ENDJOB
Saves/restores disks.
Begins an editing session.
Print all unimaged online pages.
•
FCG
FCHECK
FCU
FEDIT
FEED
FEX
Loads third-party communications profile.
Displays data about disk file allocations.
Converts files to monochrome color format.
Invokes the font editor.
Selects the active paper tray.
Generates a test case using Xerox or third-party
devices
Creates a prototype command file.
Lists file directories on the LPS display.
Modifies fonts and logos.
Invokes non-file-specific floppy commands
•
•
•
•
1
1
1
1
Invokes floppy commands at the system or editor
level.
Sets the maximum number of active fonts.
Sets the maximum number of active forms.
•
1
•
•
1
1
•
•
•
1
1
1
1
IFU
IMAGE
INITIALIZE QUEUE
JOBS
LIGHT
LIST
Sets the maximum number of active graphics.
Prints a hardcopy of identified graphics.
Initiates host interface processor commands.
Accepts/stores files transmitted from the host
computer.
Invokes the Interpress font utility commands.
Displays, fixes, or prints the content of IMG files.
Initializes and sets up a new print queue database.
Displays job status information.
Enables and disables the attention light.
Prints a hardcopy list of file directories.
LOGON
MOVE
MOVE #
OCS
OFFLINE
ONLINE
Determines access privileges.
Positions tape by blocks or files.
Reorders documents for printing.
Displays key version numbers.
Sets the LPS offline.
Sets the LPS online.
PQA
PROBLEM
PSC
PSTATUS
Prepares the loaded inks for printing.
Logs problem information for the site representative.
Prepares ESS hardware for printing.
Displays the status of the printer.
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SYSTEM COMMANDS
Table 1-1.
Command
PURGE*
RCU
REALLOCATE
REPORT
RESET
REVIEW
REWIND
RNAME
SAMPLE
SCALE
SCHEDULE
SECURE
SELECT
SEPARATE
SET QUEUE
DISPLAY
SETTIME
@SETTMO
SFC
SFS
SFT
SHOW QUEUE
STATUS
SPACE
SST
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System commands (continued)
Function
Printer
Offline
Online
Clears data in unused disk sectors of the print file.
Restricts command usage.
Sets the size of the print file on the system disk.
Reports customer billing, system activity, user
accounting.
Forces all system activities to cease.
Reviews file directories with optional delete.
Rewinds tape.
Renames a file from one filename to another.
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Prints samples and test patterns.
Converts files from 300 spi to 600 spi.
Checks or switches the QM modes.
Secures a file against unauthorized access.
Selects an active output tray.
Sends an output report to the other output bin.
Sets the information in the print queue display.
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1
1
5
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1
1
Sets the current date and time.
Changes the maximum period the system waits
before sending the DEVICE END status to the host.
Converts the QUE.SYS data file to STAFIL.SYS.
Converts the print queue database.
Transfers a single file from a DSR tape to a disk drive.
Displays the status of the queue.
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Positions tape by logical reports.
Creates a system software tape or cartridge.
Initiates a print job or prints a tape dump.
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4
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STITCH
STOP
SUBSTITUTE
DEVICE
SUBSTITUTE INK
Staples a printed document.
Suspends input and output activities.
Identifies the tape or cartridge drive.
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Replaces ink for a job with a similar ink.
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TAPE|
CARTRIDGE
TIME
TYPE
Manipulates an LPS-labeled tape or cartridge.
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Displays the current time and status.
Displays a source file.
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XPS
Reset XPSM accounting.
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SYSTEM COMMANDS
Entering commands
You can enter all system commands and options from the
keyboard. The system accepts commands whenever the
following prompt displays:
READY FOR COMMANDS
To enter a command:
1. Enter the command in the format specified.
2. Press <ENTER>.
The <ENTER> and the <RETURN> references are
interchangeable.
The command syntax is made up of two elements: the keyword
and the parameters. All commands begin with a keyword, for
example, SAMPLE (some commands have more than one
keyword, for example, SUBSTITUTE INK). You may abbreviate
the keyword using three or more characters, for example, SAM,
SAMP or SAMPL for the SAMPLE command, or SUB INK, SUBS
INK, etc. for the SUBSTITUTE INK command.
Parameters follow the keyword. Parameters are either required
or optional. Follow these guidelines when entering parameters:
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Separate parameters by commas.
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Do not use spaces around the commas.
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Enter the parameters in the order specified.
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If you want to omit an optional parameter, you must enter a
comma in its place in the command string, for example, PQA
CONTINUE,,S.
If you encounter an error message after entering a command,
verify the syntax or refer to the Xerox 4850/4890 Highlight Color
LPS Message Guide.
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Commands
The following system commands are available for the 4850 and
4890 Highlight Color LPS.
ABORT
Use this command to accomplish the following:
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Abort operation of nonprint utilities
Remove jobs from the queue
Discontinue input or output system processing.
The system handles the ABORT command differently, depending
on the task currently in process:
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If the system is running a nonprint utility (such as DCU, FDL,
or IFU), the ABORT command terminates operation of the
utility, if the task can properly handle an ABORT command.
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If you issue an ABORT command while a nonprint utility is
active, the system ignores any parameters you enter.
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If you issue an ABORT command while no utility is active, the
system aborts the print processing.
Use this command to stop processing of a specific job or report.
You can specify input or output processing.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
ABORT [job-id|I|O]
job-id
Stops processing of the job identified by the job
identification number.
I
Aborts input print processing.
O
Aborts the report currently printing. When output
processing resumes, it begins with the next complete report.
The system handles job aborts as follows:
Restrictions
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A job received and queued for report preparation is stopped
after the next data read and is removed from the queue, but
data from previously processed jobs is printed.
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An offline job in the print queue is deleted. An online job in
the print queue has been partially prepared for printing and
every page prepared for printing is printed.
•
A job being printed is truncated, but remaining jobs in the
queue are printed.
•
A job is not deleted if it has one report in the input queue
and other reports in the output queue: only the report in
the input queue is deleted when the next print job starts.
If you abort a tape or cartridge job, the system does not rewind
the tape or cartridge. Issue REWIND before entering the next
START command.
Entering ABORT O to abort a short report (20 pages or less) may
not prevent the report from printing, and in some cases, if
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SYSTEM COMMANDS
entered late enough in the printing of the report, may abort the
following report instead of the report intended.
To abort SAMPLE printing of files specified by a mask, enter
ABORT job-id to abort the job completely.
If two jobs have been started, one after the other, and you want
to stop the first while it is being prepared for printing, enter
ABORT I. After the following message appears for the first job:
OS1020 Job jid has completed input phase
Enter ABORT job-id. Or you can enter ABORT I and allow output
processing to finish processing what it received of the first job
before input processing aborted. Processing of the second job
continues as expected.
Examples
ABORT 5
QM0900 JOB 5 ABORTED
ABORT
OSO950 TASK ABORTED
The system accounting file is updated for the aborted job. User
accounting pages print if output has been initiated for the job.
They are delivered for each report that input has read. If output
has not been initiated, no accounting page is delivered.
ABORT ENTRY
Use this command to abort entries in the queue. This command
is the same as the CANCEL ENTRY command.
Syntax
Parameters
ABORT ENTRY [ALL|resource attribute|#entry-string]
ALL
Aborts all entries in the queue.
resource attributes
PRIMARY COLOR
Aborts reports that contain the specified primary color.
STITCH
Aborts reports that require stitching.
You can combine attributes using and (&) and or (!)
operators in the command. Refer to the examples below.
#entry-string
Aborts information on specified entries in the queue which
are specified by the #n, #n-m, or #(n-m,o,p-r) format.
#n
Specifies a single entry (integer between 1 and 65,535).
#n-m
Specifies one set of multiple entries (integers between 1
and 65,535).
#(n-m,o,p-r)
Specifies multiple sets of entries. n, m,o,p, and r must
be integers between 1 and 65535. All entries n through
m inclusive, o, and p through r inclusive are passed to
output. Parenthesis are required around the string.
Commas without spaces are required between elements.
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Example:
ABORT ENTRY #65,#78,#81
ABORT ENTRY #(65-71)
ABORT ENTRY RED
All entries requiring red dry ink.
ABORT ENTRY BLUE&-STITCH
All entries requiring blue dry ink and not requiring stitching.
ABORT ENTRY MAGENTA!STITCH
All entries requiring magenta dry ink or stitching.
ABORT ENTRY (GREEN&CYAN)!-RED
All entries requiring green and cyan dry ink or not requiring
red dry ink.
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ACCOUNT
Use both the PDL ACCT command and this command to create
and update the list of user (usually department) names for which
accounting information is maintained. Refer to your Xerox
4850/4890 Highlight Color LPS Print Description Language
Reference for information on the PDL ACCT command. You can
also invoke the ACCOUNT command from an editor command
file.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
ACCOUNT [ADD|DELETE],[department][LIST|WRITE]
[,EBCDIC|,ASCII] [,1600|,6250][,CLEAR]
ADD
Adds a department name to the list of departments under
which accounting information is maintained.
DELETE
Removes a department name from the list of department
names.
department
One to 31 alphanumeric characters (A to Z, 0 to 9, :),
specifying the department. Must be the name specified in
the DEPT command of the PDL ACCT command.
LIST
Displays all the current departments.
WRITE
Copies the user and system activity data printed by the
REPORT command to an unlabeled tape. The 80-byte,
unblocked record file starts at BOT and is terminated by two
EOFs.
EBCDIC|ASCII
Specifies the data format as EBCDIC or ASCII.
1600|6250
Specifies the tape recording density in bits per inch.
CLEAR
Erases the accounting data after copying it to tape.
Restrictions
A department name cannot be deleted if data associated with the
department exists in the SFS file.
You can copy the ACCOUNT data only to an unlabeled tape.
Tape format of data written by ACCOUNT
The system usage accounting data copied to unlabeled tape
consists of 80-byte records. Each record is identified in its first
two bytes by a value indicating the information contained in that
record. These 2-byte identifiers are 10, 11, 12, 13, 16, 17, and
18. Records with identifier 14 are written to tape but contain no
currently useful information.
The first four records are record types 10, 11, 12, and 13, which
have the format structure shown in Tables 1-2 through 1-5. You
can print the information using the REPORT ACTIVITY command.
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SYSTEM COMMANDS
Table 1-2.
Table 1-3.
Table 1-4.
Table 1-5.
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Date in format DD-MM-YY
Time in format HH:MM:SS
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60-69
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Minutes (input)
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Minutes (output)
Unused
Mounts
Blocks read
Blocks skipped
Paper path holes
Fourth ACCOUNT record
Bytes
Record contents
0-1
2-26
27-31
32-41
42-79
Identifier (13)
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Number of blocks with CRC error
Blocks received
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SYSTEM COMMANDS
The remaining records on the tape are sets of type 16, type 17,
and type 18 records. Each set records the data for a departmentname/JDL entry in the accounting log. You can print information
in the sixth through eighth records using the REPORT USER
command. These records have the format structure shown in
Tables 1-6 through 1-9.
Table 1-6.
Table 1-7.
Table 1-8.
Bytes
0-1
2-69
70-79
Table 1-9.
1-10
Fifth ACCOUNT record
Bytes
Record contents
0-1
2-79
Identifier (14)
Unused
Sixth ACCOUNT record
Bytes
Record contents
0-1
2-32
33-34
35-39
40-79
Identifier (16)
Department name
Unused
Pages to tray
Same as in second record
Seventh ACCOUNT record
Record contents
Identifier (17)
Same as in third record
Lines
Eighth ACCOUNT record
Bytes
Record contents
0-1
2-79
Identifier (18)
Same as in second record
XEROX 4850/4890 HIGHLIGHT COLOR LPS COMMAND REFERENCE
SYSTEM COMMANDS
ALIGN
Use the ALIGN command to align the laser image with the paper.
The alignment values for each printer must be set at least once,
but they remain relatively constant. The alignment values you
enter are retained by the system until you change them.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 6.
ALIGN [[/300|/600][scans],[dots],[TEST]]
/300
Specifies 300 dpi.
/600
Specifies 600 dpi printer resolution (does not apply to the
4850 or 4890 Highlight Color LPS).
scans
The number of scan lines across a portrait page or down a
landscape page, in dots. The range is 1 to 296 inclusive. The
default value is 36.
dots
The number of dots along each scan line (up a portrait page
or across a landscape page) in dots. The range is 0 to 11995
inclusive. The default value is 0.
TEST
Prints a TEST form.
Default
Examples
The default alignment is 36 scans and 0 dots.
ALIGN 80,24,TEST
The system responds:
ALIGNMENT IS 80 SCAN LINES AND 24 DOTS
ALIGN
The system responds:
ALIGNMENT IS 80 SCAN LINES AND 24 DOTS
ALIGN ,16
The system responds:
ALIGNMENT IS 80 SCAN LINES AND 16 DOTS
Restrictions
Do not use the TEST parameter when the system is online. The
system responds with an error message.
Do not request an alignment sample when a print job is in
progress since the system resets the alignment without printing
the test form.
Although any scan line increment can be used, the dots
increment can only be in steps of 8 dots.
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SYSTEM COMMANDS
B
Use this command to boot the operating system.
Logon level
Syntax
n/a
B
After powering on, the system delays up to 80 seconds before
the READY$ prompt appears. When the system completes the
booting process, it is automatically at logon level 1.
BC
Use these command to boot your system from a 1/4 inch
cartridge after powering on or pressing the Boot button.
Logon level
Syntax
n/a
BC
The system delays up to 80 seconds before the $READY prompt
appears. When the system completes the booting process, it is
automatically at logon level 1.
BD
Use this command to boot your system from the disk after
powering on or pressing the Boot button.
Logon level
Syntax
n/a
BD
After powering on, the system delays up to 80 seconds before
the READY$ prompt appears. When the system completes the
booting process, it is automatically at logon level 1.
BF
Use this command to boot your SAFES system from a floppy disk
after powering on or pressing the Boot button.
Logon level
Syntax
n/a
BF
After powering on, the system delays up to 80 seconds before
the READY$ prompt appears. When the system completes the
booting process, it is automatically at logon level 1.
BT
Use this command to boot your SAFES system from an open-reel
tape after powering on or pressing the Boot button.
Logon level
Syntax
n/a
BT
After powering on, the system delays up to 80 seconds before
the READY$ prompt appears. When the system completes the
booting process, it is automatically at logon level 1.
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SYSTEM COMMANDS
BX
Use this command to boot your SAFES system from a 1/2 inch
cartridge tape after powering on or pressing the Boot button.
Logon level
Syntax
n/a
BX
After powering on, the system delays up to 80 seconds before
the READY$ prompt appears. When the system completes the
booting process, it is automatically at logon level 1.
BLADE
Use this command to enable or disable the printer blade. You
can disable the blade to improve edge smearing caused by the
blade or to reduce printer wear caused by certain types of paper
stock. Your service representative can identify which paper stock
to use.
The blade setting remains in effect until changed by command or
an LPS service representative. If you do not enter a parameter,
the current status of the blade displays.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
BLADE [ENABLE|DISABLE]
ENABLE
Activates the blade.
DISABLE
Deactivates the blade.
Restrictions
The system accepts this command when the printer is not
running.
CANCEL
Use this command to remove a job from the system, cancel a
report, or discontinue certain system processing (input, output,
or both).
Ensure correct job status tracking for subsequent jobs by issuing
the RESET command after canceling a job being printed.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
CANCEL [job-id|I|O]
job-id
Stops processing of the job identified by the job
identification number.
I
Cancels input print processing.
O
Cancels the report currently being printed. Data processed
by output is deleted; data processed only by input or QM is
not affected. When output processing resumes, it begins
with the next complete report.
This command is the same as the ABORT command. Refer to the
“ABORT” section earlier in this manual for more information.
XEROX 4850/4890 HIGHLIGHT COLOR LPS COMMAND REFERENCE
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SYSTEM COMMANDS
CANCEL ENTRY
Use this command to cancel entries in the queue. This
command is the same as the ABORT ENTRY command.
Syntax
Parameters
CANCEL ENTRY [ALL|resource attributes|#entry-string]
ALL
Cancels all entries in the queue.
resource attributes
PRIMARY COLOR
Cancels reports that require the specified primary color.
STITCH
Cancels reports that require stitching.
You can combine attributes using and (&) and or (!)
operators in the command. Refer to the examples below.
#entry-string
Cancels specified entries in the queue which are specified by
the #n, #n-m, or #(n-m,o,p-r) format.
#n
Single entry (integer between 1 and 65535).
#n-m
One set of multiple entries (integers between 1 and
65535), n to m inclusive.
#(n-m,o,p-r)
Multiple sets of entries (integers between 1 and 65535),
n to m inclusive, o, and p to r inclusive.
Example:
CANCEL ENTRY #65,#78,#81
CANCEL ENTRY #(65-71)
CANCEL ENTRY MAGENTA
All entries requiring magenta dry ink.
CANCEL ENTRY BLUE&-STITCH
All entries requiring blue dry ink and not requiring stitching.
CANCEL ENTRY BLUE!STITCH
All entries requiring blue dry ink or stitching.
CANCEL ENTRY (GREEN&BLUE)!-RED
All entries requiring green and blue dry ink or not requiring
red.
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SYSTEM COMMANDS
CLEAR QUEUE
Use this command to erase all entries in the print queue
database and reset warning and frequency flags by reinitializing
the database. Warning flags indicate that the beginning of the
file is about to be overwritten. Frequency flags determine how
often warning messages display.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 2 through 5.
CLEAR QUEUE [NOF|OWF|DWF|NWF:n.m]
NOF
Deactivates the warning and frequency flags.
OWF
Activates previous warning and frequency flags.
DWF
Activates default warning and frequency flags. The default
values are: warning flags, 40, frequency flags, 3.
NWF:n.m
Sets and activates new warning and frequency flags. The n
value indicates the threshold at which warnings begin. The
m value indicates the frequency of warning message display.
Restriction
Example
CLEAR QUEUE executes only when the system is not active.
If n=25 and m=3, warnings are displayed when 25, 22, 19, 16,
etc., entries can be made before the end of the print queue
database is reached.
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SYSTEM COMMANDS
CLP and CLUSTER
Use CLP to define or delete preferred trays for a cluster, or to
display all clusters with all their associated information.
Use CLUSTER to establish or delete current trays for a cluster, or
to display all information for all clusters with current trays.
A cluster exists permanently in the database if it has at least one
preferred tray. If you delete an active cluster’s preferred trays by
assigning them to another cluster with the CLP command, you
can use the cluster until you delete its current trays by assigning
them to another cluster with the CLU command.
Refer to the Xerox 4850/4890 Highlight Color LPS System
Programming and Administration Guide for more information.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
CLP [clu-name][/[-]A][+| - ] [[n] | [n11,...nn]] [SET] [ALL][/NR]
or
CLUSTER [clu-name] [+| - ] [[n] | [n11,...nn]] [SET] [ALL][/NR]
No parameters entered
Displays tray information (see examples). The command is
available whether or not current clusters are defined.
clu-name
Specifies a cluster by name (not tray number). The name
must be 1 to 6 alpha characters beginning with a letter.
/A
Sets the autosize flag to True. Available with the CLP
command only.
/-A
Sets the autosize flag to False. Available with the CLP
command only.
n
Denotes a feeder tray on the printer by a number within the
range 1 to 2 or 1 to 4.
n1,...nn
Denotes feeder trays on the printer by their numbers within
the range 1 to 2 or 1 to 4.
+
Adds trays as specified by the other parameters.
–
Deletes trays as specified by the other parameters.
SET
Assigns current tray status to all the preferred trays in the
cluster.
ALL
Specifies all the trays on the printer. Not available with SET.
/NR
Specifies that the assigned current trays are not removed
from other clusters.
Examples
1-16
CLUSTER
Displays all tray information for all clusters with current trays.
XEROX 4850/4890 HIGHLIGHT COLOR LPS COMMAND REFERENCE
SYSTEM COMMANDS
CLP
Displays all tray information for all clusters.
CLUSTER cl-name
Displays all tray information for the specified cluster.
CLUSTER n
Displays all tray information for all clusters which have the
specified tray as a current tray.
CLP n
Displays all tray information for all clusters which have the
specified tray as a preferred tray.
CLUSTER cl-name n1[,...nn][/NR], CLUSTER cl-name ALL[/NR]
Assigns current trays to the specified cluster. ALL specifies all
the trays on the printer. NR (not remove) specifies that the
assigned current trays are not deleted from other active
clusters. SET assigns current tray status to all the preferred
trays in the specified cluster.
CLP cl-name[/[-]A]n1[,...nn], CLP cl-name[/[-]A]ALL
Replaces the preferred trays of the specified cluster with the
specified trays.
CLUSTER cl-name + n1[,...nn][/NR]
Adds the specified trays as current trays to the specified
cluster. NR specifies that the assigned current trays are not
deleted from other active clusters.
CLP cl-name[/[-]A] + n1[,...nn]
Assigns the specified trays as preferred trays to the specified
cluster.
CLUSTER cl-name -n1[,...nn], CLUSTER cl-name -ALL
Removes the specified current trays from the specified
cluster.
CLP cl-name[/A] -n1[,...nn], CLP cl-name[/[-]A] -ALL
Removes the specified preferred trays from the specified
cluster.
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SYSTEM COMMANDS
COMPRESS
Use this command to help identify corrupted files, and to
compress files and directories. It is more efficient to identify
corrupted files with the verification option of COMPRESS, delete
the corrupted files, and then compress files.
A file may be corrupted when sectors allocated to it have been
allocated to another file or are also “bad block” areas. The V
option of COMPRESS generates the CPR000.TMP file to identify
the first multi-allocated sectors found.
If the multi-allocated sectors are associated with bad block areas
and a file, delete the file. If the sectors are associated with two
files, use SAMPLE to print them in order to determine which file
has been corrupted.
During the verification process that no sectors have been
allocated to multiple files or to a file and a “bad block” area, the
system displays the following message:
VERIFYING SYSTEM FILES
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 2 through 5.
COMPRESS [disk-id, [disk-id,...]][V]
disk-id
Specifies the disks (DP0:, DP1:, DP2:, or DP3:) to check for
corrupted files or specifies the disks on which files and
directories are to be compressed. DP0: is the default.
V
Verifies the integrity of the specified disk without
compressing files.
COMPRESS displays the entered command syntax while it is
running.
COMPRESS without the V option copies each file into one
contiguous area, leaving one large free area. The system displays
the following messages during processing.
COMPRESSING FILES **CRITICAL OPERATIONS UNDERWAY. DO NOT
DISTURB** **DISK WILL BE UNUSABLE IF PROCESS INTERRUPTED**
After files in a directory are compressed, the directory is
compressed if possible. During this process phase, the system
displays the following message:
COMPRESSING DIRECTORY SECTORS
Restrictions
The system must be idle and the host interface processor (HIP)
must be unloaded; HIP EXIT or HIP UNLOAD is required.
Do not abort COMPRESS.
If the system was not rebooted after turning Data Capture on
after the last system generation, the system may hang during
COMPRESS and require a reboot. Prevent this situation by
rebooting the system immediately after turning Data Capture on
or by turning Data Capture off before running COMPRESS, and
by turning Data Capture back on when COMPRESS has
completed.
Example
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Figure 1-1 shows a sample disk compress error report.
XEROX 4850/4890 HIGHLIGHT COLOR LPS COMMAND REFERENCE
SYSTEM COMMANDS
Figure 1-1.
Disk compress error report
DISK COMPRESS ERROR REPORT
12 JUL 89
10:35:14
000010
000020
FILE IN ERROR
UNIT
START LBN
SIZE
000030
000040
FDL.TSK
0
2032
178
000050
BAD BLOCK GROUP
0
2189
1388
000060
CONTINUE
Use this command to resume input, Queue Management (QM),
or output processing suspended by the STOP command or by
the system report of an error condition. Since the system
controls input, QM, and output activities separately, continuing
input allows input data to process and spool to disk even if the
QM and output are stopped. Restarting the QM does not affect
input.
If you do not enter a parameter, this command resumes input
and output processing and QM scheduling.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
CONTINUE [ I|O|Q]
I
Resumes input processing.
O
Resumes output processing.
Q
Restarts QM scheduling.
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SYSTEM COMMANDS
COPY
Use this commands to copy files from:
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System disk to system disk, floppy disk, cartridge, or tape
Floppy disk, cartridge, or tape to system disk.
The 4890 Highlight Color LPS may use open-reel magnetic tape,
1/2 inch cartridge or 1/4 inch cartridge tape.
When using the input-file-id and output-file-id to rename a
labeled file, only the RAD50 portion of the tape label changes;
the ASCII portion of the label does not change.
The file-id is recorded in ASCII in the 128-byte LPS label. The six
character ASCII file name begins in byte position 18. The three
character ASCII file-type begins in byte position 27.
Although OSS supports multiple volume writes, the editor and
IFU tasks do not support them. Do not issue a multiple volume
write from EDI or from IFU. It may fail, corrupting the volume by
jeopardizing the volume's file integrity and Interpress file and
font integrity. Avoid this problem by writing files to a single
volume and selectively including files or font families.
COPY–disk to disk
Use this command to copy a disk file on the system disk.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
COPY [disk-id]input-file-id [disk-id]output file-id
disk-id
Specifies the disk (DP0:, DP1:, DP2:, or DP3:) that contains
the file to be copied and the disk to which disk the file is to
be copied.
file-id
Specifies the input or output file identified by filename.filetype. If you do not specify the file-type, it defaults to the
file-type of the input file. You cannot use masking.
Restriction
Example
The output file name must be different from the input file name.
If the output file name is the name of an existing file, then the
contents of the existing file are replaced by the contents of the
input file.
COPY FORMA.FSL FORMX
COPY–disk to labeled tape or cartridge
Use this command to add new files after the existing files on a
tape. If there are no other files, the new files are written starting
at BOT.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
1-20
Levels 1 through 5.
COPY [TAPE|CARTRIDGE] WRITE[/BF:n] LABEL{input-fileid|output-file-id|file-id|file-type|ALL}
TAPE|CARTRIDGE
Specifies that the file must be written to the labeled tape or
cartridge assigned to the TAPE or CAR keyword using the
SUB DEV command.
XEROX 4850/4890 HIGHLIGHT COLOR LPS COMMAND REFERENCE
SYSTEM COMMANDS
/BF:n
Groups disk blocks into one tape block. The variable n can
have a value of 1 to 16, and the size of the tape block, in
bytes, resides in the tape label. The default blocking factor is
1, and the label indicates the blocking factor.
file-id
Name of an input disk file and the name to be given the
output tape file, in the form filename.file-type. (Masking
cannot be used.) If no output file-id is specified, the disk
filename is used for the tape file. (Masking can be used.)
file-type
Specifies the directory (CMD, CME, FNT, FRN, FR6, FRM, FSL,
ICT, IDR, ISL, IMG, JDL, JSL, LGO, MSC, PDE, TMP, TST, XCS,
IPM, LIB, STK, TSK, SYS, PCH, LOG, SAF, OSD, DAT, TPF, IPF,
or FIS) whose files are written to tape.
ALL
Copies all user files with the file extensions CMD, CME, FNT,
FRM, FR6, FN6, FSL, ICT, IDR, ISL, JDL, JSL, LGO, LG6, PDE,
TMP, TST, IPM, MSC, IMG, LIB, STK, and IM6 to tape.
Restrictions
Do not use COPY TAPE WRITE LABEL ALL to copy user files
between printers running different operating system software
versions. This may result in incompatible user files on the disk.
When using the input-file-id and output-file-id to rename a
labeled file, only the RAD50 portion of the tape label changes.
The ASCII portion of the label does not change.
Do not issue a multiple volume write from EDI or from IFU. It
may fail, corrupting the volume by jeopardizing the volume's file
integrity and Interpress file and font integrity. Instead write files
to a single volume and selectively include files or font families.
COPY–disk to unlabeled tape or cartridge
Use this command to copy source files, such as .FSL or .JSL files,
to tape. Tape initialization (TAPE VOLINIT) is not necessary for
an unlabeled tape.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
COPY [TAPE|CARTRIDGE] WRITE [EBCDIC|ASCII] file-id
TAPE|CARTRIDGE
Specifies that the file must be written to the unlabeled tape
or cartridge assigned to the TAPE or CAR keyword using the
SUB DEV command.
EBCDIC|ASCII
Specifies the format of the tape to be written.
file-id
Specifies the disk file to be copied to tape. (Masking cannot
be used.)
Restrictions
When you copy files to an unlabeled tape, the system does not
check the tape's position checking. The tape write always starts
at the current tape position and is terminated by writing two
EOFs, backspacing over one of them when another file is written.
This results in one EOF between each file, with a double EOF at
the end of all the files.
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SYSTEM COMMANDS
COPY–labeled tape or cartridge to disk
Use this command to restore tape files to disk.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
COPY [TAPE|CARTRIDGE] [READ] LABEL [REVIEW] {input-file-id
[output file-id]|file-id|NEXT|ALL|file-type} [disk-id]
TAPE|CARTRIDGE
Specifies that the input files or files come from the labeled
tape or cartridge file assigned to the TAPE or CAR keyword
using the SUB DEV command.
REVIEW
Prompts the user when the file on the tape would replace an
existing file of the same name on the disk and requests
whether to replace the file. If the operator responds with Y,
the file on tape replaces the disk file. If the response is N,
the tape skips to the next file. Entering X aborts the entire
copy process.
file-id
Specifies the name of the input file to be copied and the
name to be given to the output disk file, in the form
filename.file-type. (Masking cannot be used with this
application.) If the output-file-id is omitted, the file written
to disk has the same name as the file tape. (Masking can be
used.)
NEXT
Specifies that the next file on the tape will be copied to disk.
ALL
Specifies copying all the files on the tape or cartridge to disk,
including all CMD, CME, FNT, FN6, FRM, FR6, FSL, IMG, IM6,
JDL, JSL, LGO, LG6, MSC, PDE, TMP, TST, ICT, IDL, ISL, IPF,
IPM, LIB, STK, TSK, SYS, PCH, FIS, LOG, SAF, OSD, DAT, TPF,
and XCS files.
file-type
Specifies the name of a directory on tape to be written to
disk.
Examples
COPY TAPE LABEL OCRA.FNT
If the file does not exist on the disk, the system displays the
following message:
CREATING FILE OCRA.FNT
If the file does exist on the disk and is being overwritten, the
system displays the following message:
REPLACING FILE OCRA.FNT
The preceding command finds and copies the file OCRA .FNT
from the tape to disk.
If another file exists on this tape (after the one just copied), use
the command COPY TAPE LABEL NEXT to copy the next file from
tape and store it in a filename.file-type as specified in the tape
label information.
The command COPY TAPE [LABEL] ALL copies all the files from
the Xerox-labeled tape, stores them with the same file name as
on tape and catalogs them by file-type. After copying the files
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SYSTEM COMMANDS
from an LPS-labeled file tape to disk, use the TAPE REWIND or
TAPE UNLOAD command to rewind the tape.
COPY–unlabeled tape or cartridge to disk
Use this command to copy an unlabeled, unblocked, EBCDIC or
ASCII, 9-track, and 1600 (or 6250) bpi tape. The maximum
record length is 150 characters, although only the first 72
characters of each record are entered into the disk file. A
sequence number generates in bytes 75 to 80 of the disk file
record. Records shorter than 72 bytes are blank filled to 72
bytes. The largest file that can be created is 5,000 records.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
COPY [TAPE|CARTRIDGE] [READ] [EBCDIC|ASCII] file-id
TAPE|CARTRIDGE
Specifies that the input file or files come from the unlabeled
tape or cartridge file assigned to the TAPE or CAR keyword
using the SUB DEV command.
EBCDIC|ASCII
Specifies the recording format of the input tape. EBCDIC is
the default.
READ
Specifies that READ operation is occurring. If not entered, it
defaults to READ.
file-id
Specifies the new filename as filename.file-type. You cannot
use masking.
Example
Restrictions
COPY TAPE UNSYS.JSL copies a file from an unblocked,
unlabeled tape to disk. The disk file is named UNSYS and
cataloged in the JSL file directory.
The maximum record length is 150 characters.
The copy operation truncates each record to its first 72
characters.
Files with more than 5,000 records are truncated to the first
5,000 records.
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DARKNESS
Use this command to increase or decrease the contrast of the
black and color ink printed on documents. The specified print
darkness remains in effect until you change it using the
DARKNESS command. Your LPS service personnel can also reset
the darkness value.
If you do not enter a parameter, this command displays the
current darkness settings for both the black and color inks.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
DARKNESS [n,[COLOR|BLACK]]
n
Specifies an integer between 1 and 7, inclusive. The lightest
print results from setting 1; the darkest print results from
setting 7. Default for n is 4.
COLOR
Changes the default setting for the loaded color housing to
the specified n value.
BLACK
Changes the default setting for the black ink housing to the
specified n value.
Restrictions
The LPS accepts new DARKNESS values when the printer is not
running.
A new DARKNESS value resets the specified color housing to
“Not Ready.” Thus, PQA is required before printing continues.
The system retains a DARKNESS setting for each unique color
housing. The first time each color ink is loaded (e.g., cyan, red,
green, etc.), a print darkness must be established for that color.
The print darkness for each color can be changed only when that
ink is loaded. The darkness setting does not transfer from one
loaded color to a different loaded color (for example, Red to
Green), but will transfer between like for like colors if another
housing is loaded (for example, Blue to Blue).
DCU
The following commands are used with the Data Capture Utility
(DCU).
DCU CAPTURE
Use this command to start or stop logging of all LPS console
entries and system console messages. This command creates the
log file which automatically records all LPS console entries and
system console messages for the specified number of days. You
can specify that a message display at the selected interval to
indicate logging of console entries. You can also display or print
the log file you create.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
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Levels 1 through 5.
DCU CAPTURE [CONSOLE] [ON|OFF] [FOR [n] [days]]
[REMINDER [ON|OFF|m]]
CONSOLE
Records all console activity.
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ON
Begins logging of console data.
OFF
Ends logging of console data. Does not delete the data
captured.
FOR n DAYS
Specifies the number of days to save console data. The
variable n must be an integer between 0 and 40. The default
is 14 days. The default takes effect only after a sysgen,
otherwise, the last specified value remains in effect.
•
The day ends at midnight. If DCU is turned on at six
p.m. and set to log for one day, the system captures only
six hours of console activity (until midnight of that day).
•
DCU logging is affected by the SETTIME command.
Changing the date and time using SETTIME can cause
unpredictable results.
REMINDER ON
Activates the reminder message. If you specify m, you do
not have to specify this parameter.
REMINDER OFF
Deactivates the reminder message.
m
Specifies the length of the interval in minutes between each
reminder message. Must be an integer between 1 and 254
(4 hours and 14 minutes). The default is 60 minutes.
DCU DELETE
Use this command to delete all data logged in the file or to
delete all data through the specified date.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
DCU DELETE [ALL|ending date]
ALL
Deletes all data recorded in the log file.
ending date
Specifies the ending date in one of these formats: mm/dd/yy,
mmm-dd-yy, or dd-mmm-yy. The date delimiter is either a
slash (/) or a hyphen (-).
mm
Specifies the month with a number between 1 and 12.
mmm
Specifies the month with a three character abbreviation.
dd
Specifies the day of the month with a one or two digit
number.
yy
Specifies the last two digits of the year. If you do not
specify a number, the default is the current year.
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DCU EXIT
Use this command to stop DCU and unload the DCU processing
task from the system. This frees up the memory used by DCU.
To begin logging console data again, you must recreate the log
file using the DCU CAPTURE CONSOLE command.
Logon level
Syntax
Levels 1 through 5.
DCU EXIT
DCU FORMAT DISPLAY
Use this command to display the data logged in the file.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
DCU FORMAT [CONSOLE] [DISPLAY] [starting date [time]|LAST
[15|n]] [ending date [time]]
starting date, ending date
Specifies the starting and ending dates in one of these
formats: mm/dd/yy, mmm-dd-yy, or dd-mmm-yy. The date
delimiter is a slash (/) or a hyphen (-).
mm
Specifies the month with a number between 1 and 12.
mmm
Specifies the month with a three character abbreviation.
dd
Specifies the day of the month with a one or two digit
number.
yy
Specifies the last two digits of the year. If you do not
specify a number, the default is the current year.
time
Specifies the hours, minutes, and seconds in the format,
hh:mm:ss.
Time is optional. If specified, it should be separated
from the date by a space.
LAST
Specifies the last n minutes of captured data to be displayed.
You can specify up to 32,767 minutes. The default is 15.
DCU FORMAT PRINT
Use this command to print the data logged in the file.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
DCU FORMAT [CONSOLE] PRINT [SIMPLE|COMPLEX] [starting
date [time]|LAST [15|n]] [ending date [time]
SIMPLE|COMPLEX
Specifies the detail of the printed report. SIMPLE is the
default. COMPLEX is used more by programmers for
debugging problems.
starting date|ending date
Specifies the starting and ending dates in one of these
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formats: mm/dd/yy, mmm-dd-yy, or dd-mmm-yy. The date
delimiter is a slash (/) or hyphen (-).
mm
Specifies the month with a number between 1 and 12.
mmm
Specifies the month with a three character abbreviation.
dd
Specifies the day of the month with a one or two digit
number.
yy
Specifies the last two digits of the year. If you do not
specify a number, the default is the current year.
time
Specifies the hours, minutes, and seconds in the format,
hh:mm:ss.
Time is optional. If specified, it should be separated
from the date by a space.
LAST
Specifies the last n minutes of captured data to be displayed.
You can specify up to 32,767 minutes. The default is 15.
Examples
To print the log from May 4, 1994, from 1:00pm to 3:30pm:
Fully specified syntax:
DCU FORMAT PRINT 05/04/94 13:00:00 05/04/94 15:30
Or using alternate date format:
DCU FORMAT PRINT 4-May-94 13:00 4-May-94 15:30
Minimum valid abbreviated syntax:
DCU FOR PRI 5/4 13:00 5/4 15:30
DCU HELP
Use this command to check DCU syntax for the action you want
to execute. It displays a list of all DCU commands and
parameters.
Logon level
Syntax
Levels 1 through 5.
DCU HELP
DCU REMINDER
Use this command to set and display the current setting of the
reminder message device and time interval between messages.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
DCU REMINDER [ALL|CONSOLE] [ON|OFF|n]
ALL
Device setting for other than console capture. Currently, this
setting selects console only.
CONSOLE
Device name identifying that the captured data message will
be for console data.
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ON
Activates the reminder message.
OFF
Deactivates the reminder message.
n
Specifies the length of the interval in minutes between each
reminder message. You can specify from 1 to 254 minutes (4
hours and 14 minutes). The default is 60 minutes.
DCU RESET
Use this command to delete all the data logged in the file and to
stop DCU logging.
Logon level
Syntax
Levels 1 through 5.
DCU RESET
DCU SHOW
Use this command to check whether LPS console entries and
system console messages are being logged.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
DCU SHOW [STATUS|DATES|LOGS|VERSIONS]
STATUS
Displays the on or off status of console logging.
DATES
Displays the time period (to and from) of the captured data.
LOGS
Displays the first data file for every day that is captured.
VERSION
Displays console log version information.
DELETE
Use this command to delete a file from a system disk.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
This command can be restricted to logon level 2 and 3, or 3 with
the RCU command.
DELETE [disk-id]file-id[,file-id,...]
disk-id
Specifies the system disk (DP0:, DP1:, DP2:, or DP3:) which
contains the file to be deleted.
file-id
Specifies the file as filename.file-type.
Example
DELETE UNIVAC.JSL, FORMX.FSL
The system responds:
UNIVAC.JS. DELETED
FORMX.FSL DELETED
Restriction
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Never delete system (.SYS) files, in particular PRFIL1SYS.
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DRAIN
Use this command to print all completed pages without ending
the job in progress.
This command has an Automatic Drain feature that initiates the
drain process after 5 minutes of inactivity on the online channel.
To change the time interval, use the @DRAIN command.
Logon level
Syntax
Restriction
Levels 1 through 5.
DRAIN
If the print file has 5 or fewer pages, these pages may not print.
When entering this command, you may receive a message
indicating that there are no pages waiting to be drained. This
indicates that all the data received by the system has been
formatted for output. Any pages formatted previous to the
DRAIN command are printed. This message may appear without
entering the command if the autodrain feature is enabled.
There are situations where the customer looks at the system and
sees that there are pages in the output queue, but the system
says there are no pages waiting to be drained. The DRAIN
processing logic is performed from the INPUT point of view.
The job has completed the INPUT phase, but the output queue
may not yet have realized that there is data yet available.
AUTODRAIN will ‘wake up‘ and drain the system after a specific
interval.
@DRAIN
@DRAIN is the filename for a command file. Use this command
file to change the timeout interval for the Automatic Drain
feature for online printing. If you need to change the timeout
interval, contact your site representative.
Logon level
Syntax
Levels 3 and 4.
@DRAIN
Once the command file has been started, a prompt will display
asking for the new time, in minutes (between 1 and 255). Once
the new time has been entered, the system will apply the time
and return to the “READY FOR COMMANDS“ message.
DSR
Use the DSR (Disk Save and Restore) command after system
generation (sysgen) and software updates to back up the entire
system on tape or cartridge. The DSR command is the save
portion of the Disk Save and Restore (DSR) utility.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Level 2.
DSR [CARTRIDGE|TAPE][1600][,disk-id[,disk-id,...]][,L]
CARTRIDGE
Device assigned to the CAR keyword using SUB DEV.
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TAPE
Device assigned to the TAPE keyword using SUB DEV.
1600
Specifies a tape recording density of 1600 bpi. The default is
always 6250 bpi, even though the tape has been initialized at
1600 with the TAPE VOLINIT command.
disk-id
Indicates the disk (DP0:, DP1:, DP2:, or DP3:) whose
contents are written to tape. If a DPn: is omitted, all disks
are backed up.
L
Lists file information on the display as the system files are
copied to tape. When several disks are backed up, this list
can be extensive. No list is the default.
Restrictions
You can run the DSR command only when no print jobs are in
the queue.
You cannot run DRS if HIP is loaded.
DSR command can save all files on any disk drive or any
combination of the disk drives, but cannot save individual files.
DSR preserves the machine-specific file (MCHID$.SYS) to prevent
billing problems when you move files between systems.
Make sure that the destination tape or cartridge drive is online
before you enter the DSR command.
Refer to the Xerox 4850/4890 Highlight Color LPS System
Programming and Administration Guide for more information
about the DSR utility.
EDIT
Use the EDIT command to create a source file, access a source
file, or execute a file. When you invoke the editor, it prompts
you by displaying EDIT>. If you do not enter a parameter, this
command creates an empty source file ready for input.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
EDIT [disk-id][filename.file-type | @filename[file-type]]
disk-id
Refers to the system disk (DP0:, DP1:, DP2:, or DP3:) on
which the file resides.
filename
Identifies a one- to six-character disk file.
file-type
Specifies the file directory under which the filename is
cataloged.
@filename
Specifies that the editor is to retrieve commands from an
editor command file. If no file type is entered, the system
defaults to CMD.
You specify the filename (without the @) if the file is put into
working storage.
Example
OS1000 READY FOR COMMANDS (TIME) HH:MM:
Operator keys in
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EDIT SYSPDL.JSL
System prompt
EDIT>
ENDJOB
Use this command to free the system to execute a START
command. ENDJOB marks the current LPS job as terminated and
prints all the remaining pages in the print file. The ENDJOB
command allows you to:
Logon level
Syntax
•
Print a trailer banner to mark the end of a report.
•
Print a second trailer banner when the first is incompletely
sent.
•
Work around multicopy disk saturation.
•
Respond to a MOUNT FORM message from an IBM host
terminal.
•
Print the job’s accounting sheet.
Levels 1 through 5.
ENDJOB
FCG
Use this command to load the personality profile (text file
FCG.LIB) into printer memory. The LPS uses the personality
profile to communicate with the third party finishing device being
configured. Once you create this file, it is preserved across
sysgens.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameter
Levels 1 through 5.
FCG [profile-label|SHOW]
No parameters entered
Displays the profile labels in FCG.LIB.
profile-label
Specifies the entry in the FCG.LIB file to be recorded in the
printer NVM (nonvolatile memory)
SHOW
Displays the current device settings (derived from the values
currently in IOT NVM).
Restriction
Each of the parameter values coded in the FCG.LIB file must be
within the range specified for that parameter. Refer to the Xerox
4850/4890 Highlight Color LPS System Programming and
Administration Guide for more information.
FCHECK
Use this command to display or print data about file
fragmentation on a disk. It lists unusable sectors identified by
the sector check process during a full system generation. When
bad sectors and fragmented files accumulate, you should purge
and then compress the disk.
Logon level
Level 3.
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Syntax
Parameters
FCHECK [/PR] [/EXP|/EXG] [disk-id]
/PR
Prints the information.
/EXP
Displays the primary defect list (PList). Service
representatives use /EXP for disk diagnostic purposes only.
/EXG
Displays the grown defect list (GList). Service representatives
use /EXG for disk diagnostic purposes only.
disk-id
Specifies the individual disk drive (DP0:, DP1:, DP2:, or DP3:).
DP0: is the default.
FCU
Use the FCU (file conversion utility) command to easily convert
form, logo, and image (.FRM, .LGO, .IMG) files not in color
format to monochrome color format. For example, if you specify
'XEROX.PICTORIAL.MODERATE BLUE' in the FCU command, the
file prints in solid saturated blue instead of in a light blue tint.
When FCU converts files, the ink catalog and palette default to
XEROX.SIMPLE.
When the defined ink is a shade, the file converted with FCU
prints monochrome in black if the percentage of black in the
defined ink is higher than the percentage of the other color. If
the percentage of the other color is higher, then the file
converted with FCU prints monochrome in the other color (e.g.,
magenta, cyan, red, green, or blue). For example, if you specify
‘XEROX.PICTORIAL.PALE BLUE’ in the FCU command, the file
prints in solid black instead of in solid blue.
As a precaution, you can use the IMAGE command to verify the
integrity of the image file before converting it.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
FCU file-id.file-type,‘ink-name’ [,NOSUBSTITUTION]
file-id
Specifies the file to be converted.
file-type
Specifies the file-type of the file to be converted. Must be
.FRM, .LGO, or .IMG.
‘ink-name’
Specifies the defined ink to be used to print the form, logo,
or image. Must be specified within single quotes. May
consist of the ink catalog name, palette name, and ink name.
The default ink catalog and palette are XEROX.SIMPLE.
NOSUBSTITUTION
Specifies that FSL, JSL, DJDE, and SAMPLE ink overrides are
ignored. The file can be printed only with the specified
defined ink as rendered in monochrome.
The NOSUBSTITUTION option does not change how the
SUBSTITUTE INK operator command functions. When you
specify NOSUBSTITUTION, you can use the SUBSTITUTE INK
command to change the specified color if the programmer has
permitted operator ink substitution in the PDL ABNORMAL
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command ISUBSTITUTE parameter coding. Operator ink
substitution options are explained in the ABNORMAL command
ISUBSTITUTE section of the Xerox 4850/4890 HighLight Color
LPS Print Description Language Reference.
Restrictions
You cannot abort FCU. FCU terminates only when it has finished
converting all the specified files. If you need to keep image and
logo files in the original no-color format for printing on other
printers, back them up before converting them to color format.
FCU is unable to convert forms created under some older
versions (pre-V10, specifically) of the LPS operating system
software. If FCU returns an error message, you may need to
recompile the form prior to converting it.
XEROX.SIMPLE is required for .IMG files and recommended for
.LGO and .FRM files.
You can use the wildcard character * only in the file-id and only
without other characters. For example, the command string FCU
KOALA*.IMG,‘RED’ is invalid. The wildcard indicates that all files
of the specified file-type are converted to color format using the
specified ink-name. You cannot abort the wildcard option using
the ABORT command.
Converting all the form files, image files, or logo files can be time
consuming if many files are converted.
The system may override the color you specified when you
converted the file. The bullets below and table 1-10 describe the
hierarchy of ink overrides.
•
The form or logo does not print in the defined ink. It prints
in monochrome using the color which is used in highest
percentage to create the defined ink.
•
The image or logo files in a job print in their own internally
defined color (rather than in the form's color), unless the FSL,
JSL, or DJDE statement invoking the image or logo file
includes an ink override, and the defined inks are specified in
the .IMG or .LGO file without the NOSUB parameter.
•
The SAMPLE command with the INK parameter does not
print an .FRM or .LGO file in the specified ink unless the file
is already in color format. (The SAMPLE command with the
INK parameter always prints an .IMG file in color regardless
of whether it is in color format.)
•
If the .FSL file codes ink overrides for the .LGO or .IMG files
it calls, then the SAMPLE command also overrides the
internally specified inks for the logos and images in the form,
provided that the defined inks are specified without the
NOSUB parameter.
•
Conversely, if the .FSL file does not code ink overrides for
the .LGO or .IMG files it calls, then the SAMPLE command
does not override the internally specified inks for the logos
and images in the form. Table 1-10 shows the ink override
hierarchy for color format files.
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Table 1-10.
Logon level
Syntax
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
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Ink override hierarchy for color format files
Without NOSUB specified
Result
DJDE IDFAULT
IDFAULT of PDL OUTPUT
DJDE ILIST (first ink)
PDL IDR (first ink in ILIST)
.JSL files
Overrides all else
DJDE overrides
IDFAULT overrides
DJDE ILIST overrides
DJDE overrides
.FSL files, .IMG files
.LGO files called by an .FSL file
.IMG files called by an .FSL file
DJDE overrides
.FSL file overrides
.FSL file overrides
With NOSUB specified
Result
No overrides of .LGO files
No overrides of .IMG files
No overrides of .FRM files
Prints as specified
internally or aborts job
Prints as specified
internally or aborts job
Prints as specified
internally or aborts job
FEDIT
Use this command to invoke the font editor. For information
about the available font editor commands, refer to the “Font
editor commands” chapter in this manual.
Levels 1 through 5.
FEDIT
FEED
Use this command to select the input paper trays or make
selection automatic. The command options specify how the four
input paper trays will feed stock to the job. FEED controls the
primary source of paper.
If you do not select parameters, this command has no effect
unless the current mode is FEED MAIN or FEED AUX. If the
current mode is set to one of these, it switches to the other
mode (such as FEED MAIN becomes FEED AUX, and FEED AUX
becomes FEED MAIN).
Levels 1 through 5.
FEED [MAIN|AUX|AUTO|tray-number|cluster-name]
MAIN
Assigns control over the source of the paper to the input
data. Ensures that all sheets designated with a stock name
will be fed from the cluster associated with page.
AUX
Feeds all the following sheets from the AUX cluster. This
command overrides any job-specified feed source.
AUTO
The AUTO cluster is predefined to be all trays physically
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present in the printer. You can redefine AUTO as any tray on
the printer.
tray-number
Feeds all the following sheets from the specified tray,
regardless of the stock specifications in the FEED= JDL/DJDE
options. This command overrides any job-specified feed
source.
cluster-name
Feeds all the sheets from the specified cluster, regardless of
the stock specifications in the FEED= JDL/DJDE options. This
command overrides any job-specified feed source.
Override sequence
FEED commands override each other as shown below:
FEED MAIN
Gives the application control and feeds from the MAIN
cluster unless the application overrides this command. This is
the normal operating mode.
FEED n
Overrides all application FEED instructions and feeds from the
tray number specified, for example, FEED 1 or FEED 2.
FEED AUX
Overrides all application FEED instructions. All sheets feed
from the trays in the AUX cluster. If the AUX cluster
definition is not modified, this command is equivalent to
FEED 2.
FEED cluster-name
Overrides all the application’s FEED instructions except pages
to be fed from the AUX cluster. These pages are fed from
the AUX cluster specified by the application.
FEED AUTO
Same as FEED cluster-name. AUTO is a predefined cluster.
Restrictions
The MAIN cluster is predefined as tray 1 and the AUX cluster is
predefined as tray 2. One or both of these clusters may be
redefined by the user.
FEED 1 and FEED MAIN are not the same, even if the MAIN
cluster consists of only tray 1. FEED 2 and FEED AUX are
synonymous if the AUX cluster consists of only tray 2.
Under certain circumstances, the automatic switching between
two current FEED CLUSTER trays (for example, FEED MAIN,
where MAIN =1,2) may not take place. Specifically, if one tray
feeds empty and lowers at the same time as the other is being
readied to feed, the printer may cycle down and display the
following message:
OS2050 ALL APPROPRIATE TRAYS ARE EMPTY.
Load one of the trays to correct this condition.
If your system does not use English, you must rename the MAIN,
AUX, and AUTO clusters.
The cluster options now available change the execution of the
local language commands for FEED MAIN, FEED AUX, and FEED
AUTO.
FEED AUX or FEED cluster-name affects paper feeding in jobs.
Only the English command “FEED MAIN” is overridden by the
job’s .JSL file or DJDE records.
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You may set up clusters using the local language keywords for
MAIN, AUX, and AUTO so that the system processes print jobs
with the same results as produced by OSS version 2 and earlier
versions.
FEX
Use this command to generate multiple data set test cases
through a third-party finishing device connected to the printer.
Logon level
Syntax
Restrictions
Levels 1 through 5.
FEX
FEX cannot run during a print job.
FID
Use this command to generate a command file listing all disk files
with the specified file-type. It contains one record for each file
of the specified file-type.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
FID [disk-id]file-id file-type
disk-id
Refers to the system disk (DP0:, DP1:, DP2:, or DP3:) on
which the file resides.
file-id
Names the file to be created. Specifies the file as
filename.file-type. The filename must be specified. The
default extension is .CMD.
file-type
Specifies the file directory type to be recorded into the
created command file. DO NOT PRECEDE THE file-type
WITH A PERIOD (.).
Each record of the command file consists of a semicolon, a file
name, a file-type, and an asterisk (for example, ;GBAR.FSL*).
Then you can edit these records to produce a command file that
manipulates a subset of a file-type (for example, deleting a
subset of the current fonts in the FNT directory).
Example:
FID DP0: TEMP TMP
This command generates a command file named TEMP.CMD
which will contain a record for each file in DP0 having a file-type
of TMP.
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FILE
Use this command to display the filenames in the specified disk
file directory. You can display specific file-ids within the disk file
directory or groups of files, such as all of a specific file-type. You
can also specify a file into which the displayed information,
defined by file-id, can be stored.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
FILE [disk-id] [file-id][/filename[.file-type],[leading string],[trailing
string]]
disk-id
Identifies which system disk (DP0:, DP1:, DP2:, or DP3:)
contains the file-ids to be printed.
file-id
Specifies the file as filename.file-type. If you do not specify
one, the default is all the files in the directory. You can use
masking.
/filename[.file-type]
Specifies a disk file into which is stored a record for each file
listed in the following order: leading string, file-id, trailing
string. The default file-type is .TMP.
leading string
Character string (except commas) that is added before each
file name in the list that is created. No more than 50 leading
characters can be appended.
trailing string
Character string (except commas) appended to each file
name in the list that is created. No more than 50 trailing
characters can be appended.
Using the /filename[.file-type], leading string, and trailing string
parameters, will display the specified file-id and will also store it
in the file specified by the /filename[.file-type]. If no file exists
which matches the filename[.file-type], a file of that name will be
created. If it does exist, it will be written over.
File data can be stored and displayed without the leading string
and trailing string.
To display only the specified file-id, enter the disk-id and file-id
parameters.
Example
FILE DP0: *.CMD
This command will display all .CMD file-types in DP0:.
Example
FILE DP0: *.CMD/ED.CMD
This command will display all .CMD file-types and will store those
in a file named ED.CMD.
File data can be stored and displayed with the leading string and
trailing string.
Example
FILE DP0: *.CMD/ED.CMD,...,///
This command will display all .CMD file-types and will store those
in a file named ED.CMD. Each displayed file will be preceded
with “...“, as specified by the leading string parameter. Also,
each displayed file will be followed by “///“, as specified by the
trailing string parameter.
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FILE/EX
Use this command to display an extended list of all the file
characteristics of a given file-id.
Syntax
Parameters
FILE/EX [disk-id][file-id][,file-id,...]
disk-id
Identifies which system disk (DP0:, DP1:, DP2:, or DP3:)
contains the file-ids to be displayed.
file-id
Specifies the file as filename.file-type. If you do not specify
one, the default is all the files in the directory. You can use
masking.
The display format includes a title line identifying the information
in each column. The leading and trailing strings do not display.
If you do not enter the /EX option, only the file-ids display. Refer
to figure 1-2.
Example
Figure 1-2 shows a sample screen display when you enter /EX.
Figure 1-2.
/EX parameter sample display
FILE NAME
XRX.IMG
KI1.IMG
UNIT
2
2
FSIZE
6
8
RSIZE
512
512
FFBY
512
0
EOF
6
8
DISK ADDR
472522
472530
KI2.IMG
2
21
512
0
21
472540
FILE NAME
A one- to ten-character entry specifying the filename and
type.
UNIT
System disk unit number (DP0:, DP1:, DP2:, DP3:) on which
the file resides.
FSIZE
A one- to ten-character decimal entry indicating the number
of blocks allocated to the file.
RSIZE
A one- to six-character decimal entry indicating the number
of bytes in a record.
FFBY
A one- to six-character decimal entry indicating the first free
byte in the last block of the file.
EOF
A one- to ten-character decimal entry indicating the end of
file block number.
DISK ADDR
A one- to ten-character octal entry indicating the starting
address of the file on the disk.
The total number of files displayed, as well as the total number
of disk sectors used by these files, is accumulated and displayed
by file-type.
n
Sum of the FSIZE field for all the files of a file-type requested
by a parameter of the FILE command.
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m
Decimal number that represents the total number of files
requested by a parameter of the FILE command.
If, during the search of the system file directories, file catalogs
are found to contain no files, this information is saved until all
the parameters of the FILE command have been completed.
Restriction
You cannot display /EX file information for licensed fonts, logos,
or secured files.
FILE /SORT
Use this command to sort a list of files by file-type to print or
display. Sorts up to 3,600 filenames. On large disk volumes,
sort files by their file-type.
Syntax
Parameters
FILE [disk-id][file-id]/SORT, filename[.file-type]
disk-id
Identifies which system disk (DP0:, DP1:, DP2:, or DP3:)
contains the file-id(s) to be displayed.
file-id
Specifies the file as filename.file-type. If you do not specify
one, the default is all the files in the directory. You can use
masking.
filename[.file-type]
Specifies a disk file which contains the alphabetically sorted
list of files. The default file-type is .TMP.
Example
FILE DP0: *.SYS/SORT, SYSFIL.TMP
This command creates a file called “SYSFIL.TMP” on the DP0:
disk. The filenames in SYSFIL.TMP are sorted in alphabetical
order, and SYSFIL.TMP is displayed on the screen. If the screen
display of the sorted records is interrupted, then the file
SYSFIL.TMP lists only the displayed filenames.
FIX
Use this command to modify licensed and standard fonts and
logos, and to format the font or logo matrix so it can be printed
by your printer’s IG version.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
FIX [file-type|file-id[,file-id,...]]
file-type
Specifies the file directory. Must be .FNT or .LGO.
file-id
Specifies particular files as filename.file-type. Must include
the file type which must be .FNT or .LGO.
Restriction
Do not fix two color logo files because they cannot be printed
correctly if processed by FIX.
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FLF
Use the FLF commands to perform floppy disk related functions
at non-print time. You can perform these functions at either high
density (1.2 MB) or low density (720 KB).
Printers without the SCSI disk subsystem support floppy disks
formatted to LOW density only. When compatibility with nonSCSI disk controllers is important, the default, LOW, density
format option must be used. The 4850 only supports the LOW
density. The 4890 is the only current system with the new SCSI
disk subsystem.
You can invoke the FLF task by entering FLF. The system then
displays the FLF> prompt. Once you are in the FLF task, you can
enter multiple commands at the FLF> prompt. When you have
finished entering FLF commands in the FLF task, you must enter
FLF END to return to the system prompt:
OS1000 READY FOR COMMANDS
If you are entering FLF commands from within the FLF task, do
not precede the keyword with FLF. For example:
FLF>CLEAR
You can also enter a single FLF command at the system prompt.
If you enter an FLF command at the system prompt, FLF must
precede the command, for example:
FLF CLEAR
FLF CLEAR or ERASE
Use one of these commands to erase all files on a floppy disk
(except $Y$ files). You can also change the floppy disk label.
Syntax
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FLF CLEAR | ERASE
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FLF CREATE
Use this command to create a bootable floppy. This command
formats and initializes (if necessary) and copies the mini-loader
and .SAF files to one floppy disk. If the floppy disk was
previously unformatted or formatted at the incorrect density, the
DENSITY and SECTORCHECK switches are applied using the
same definition as in the FORMAT command.
If the floppy disk is formatted and contains data, a warning
message displays.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 3, 4, and 7.
FLF CREATE [[DENSITY=LOW|HIGH]
[, SECTORCHECK=YES|NO]]
DENSITY = LOW|HIGH
Specifies the density of the diskette being formatted.
LOW
Double density, double-sided. Formats a 5.25-inch floppy
disk to 720KB.
HIGH
High density. Formats a 5.25-inch, high density floppy
disk to 1.2MB.
SECTORCHECK = YES|NO
Select the option to check the floppy disk for integrity.
Floppy disks formatted using this option may be more
reliable but the process requires more time.
FLF DUPLICATE or FLD
Use one of these commands to duplicate a bootable or nonbootable floppy disk. This command automatically formats and
initializes the target floppy disk to the same density as the source
floppy disk (if required).
Syntax
FLF DUPLICATE|FLD
FLF END
Use this command to terminate an FLF session.
Syntax
FLF END
FLF FLB or SSF
Use this command to build a System Software Floppy set from a
System Software Tape.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
FLF {FLB|SSF} [[DENSITY=LOW|HIGH][,PRINT|
NOPRINT][,UNLOAD]]
LOW
Specifies double density, double-sided. Formats a 5-1/4 inch
floppy disk to 720K.
HIGH
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Specifies high density. Formats a 5.25-inch high density
floppy disk to 1.2MB.
PRINT
Spools a listing of each floppy disk to the printer.
NO PRINT
Does not spool a listing of each floppy disk to the printer.
UNLOAD
Dismounts the SST when the task is complete.
FLF FORMAT
Use this command to format and initialize a floppy disk for your
LPS. You must format and initialize a floppy disk the first time
you use it.
CAUTION: You must specify the correct density for your
floppy disk; otherwise, you may cause unrecoverable bad block
errors resulting in an unusable floppy disk.
Table 1-11 shows the correct floppy disk configuration.
Table 1-11. Floppy disk configuration
Components
Sectors per track
Tracks per cylinder
Cylinders per floppy
Sectors per floppy
(One sector = 512 bytes)
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
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Low density
High density
9
2
78
1,404
15
2
78
2,340
Levels 1 through 5.
FLF FORMAT
[[DENSITY=LOW|HIGH][,SECTORCHECK=YES|NO]]
DENSITY = LOW|HIGH
Specifies the density of the diskette being formatted.
LOW
Double density, double-sided. Formats a 5.25-inch
floppy disk to 720KB.
HIGH
High density. Formats a 5.25-inch, high density floppy
disk to 1.2MB.
SECTORCHECK = YES|NO
Select the option to check the diskette for integrity. Floppy
diskettes formatted using this option may be more reliable
but the process requires more time.
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FLF HELP or FLF ?
Use this command to display a summary of the console
commands.
Syntax
Example
FLF HELP
The FLF HELP display is shown in figure 1-3.
Figure 1-3. FLF HELP display
FLF: Floppy Utility Help
Available Commands:
CREATE [DENSITY=LOW|HIGH][,SECTORCHECK=YES|NO]
Create a bootable floppy
DUPLICATE or FLD
Duplicate a floppy
END
Exit to operating system
ERASE or CLEAR
Clear all user files from a floppy
FLB or SSF [DENSITY=LOW|HIGH][,PRINT|NOPRINT][,UNLOAD]
Build a System Software Floppy set from a System Software
Tape
FORMAT [DENSITY=LOW|HIGH][,SECTORCHECK=YES|NO]
Format and initialize a floppy
HELP or ?
This screen
LABEL [“NEW LABEL”]
Label or relabel a floppy
FLF LABEL
Use this command to change the volume label on a floppy disk.
Syntax
Parameter
FLF LABEL [“label name”]
label name
Specifies the name of the floppy disk. The system truncates
all characters over 30.
FLOPPY
You can initiate FLOPPY commands at the system level or from
the editor. Unless otherwise noted, you can copy user files to
the floppy disk from any of the following directories on the
system disks: CMD, CME, FNT, FN6, FRM, FR6, FSL, IMG, IM6,
JDL, JSL, LGO, LG6, MSC, PCH, PDE, TMP, TST, XCS, LOG, ICT,
IDR, IPF, IPM, ISL, FIS, TPF, DAT, OSD, SAF, LIB, STK, SYS, and
TSK.
The floppy disk drives can format, read, and write to low density
floppy disks (720 KB: double-sided, 80 tracks, 9 sectors per
track) and high density floppy disks (1.2 MB: double-sided, 80
tracks, 15 sectors per track).
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The system default is set to low density but changes to high
density when:
•
The LPS formats a floppy disk at high density.
•
The LPS reads a file from, or copies a file to, a loaded highdensity floppy disk.
FLOPPY CLEAR
Use this command to delete all files (except .$Y$ files) from the
floppy disk.
Logon level
Syntax
Restriction
Levels 1 through 5.
FLOPPY CLEAR
FLOPPY CLEAR functions correctly only if the LPS has initialized
the floppy disk.
FLOPPY DELETE
Use this command to erase a file on the floppy disk.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
FLOPPY DELETE file-id
file-id
Specifies the file to be erased. Masking is permitted.
FLOPPY FCHECK
Use this command to determine the number of unusable sectors
on the floppy disk. You can check:
Logon level
Syntax
•
The number of sectors available for each group of
contiguous, available sectors.
•
The number of available sectors on the floppy disk. This is
the total amount of floppy disk space available for files.
•
The largest available space on the floppy disk. This is the
size of the largest file that can currently be copied to the
floppy disk.
•
A list of the sectors that were logged as bad by the sector
check process during initialization of the floppy disk.
Level 3.
FLOPPY FCHECK
FLOPPY FILE
Use this command to display a list of the files on the floppy disk.
You can display all the files or a specific file-type. If you do not
specify a file-type, a list of all the files in each directory displays.
You can use masking.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
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Levels 1 through 5.
FLOPPY FILE [file-type]
file-type
Checks whether any of these files are on the floppy disk.
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FLOPPY FORMAT
Use this command to format and initialize a floppy disk. You
must format and initialize a floppy disk the first time you use it.
The functionality is the same as the FLF FORMAT command
CAUTION: You must specify the correct density for your
floppy disk; otherwise, you may cause unrecoverable bad block
errors resulting in an unusable floppy disk.
Table 1-12 shows the floppy configuration.
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Components
Sectors per track
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Cylinders per floppy
Sectors per floppy
(One sector = 512 bytes)
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Low density
9
2
78
1404
High density
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Levels 1 through 5.
FLOPPY FORMAT [[DENSITY=LOW|HIGH][,SECTORCHECK=YES
|NO]]
DENSITY=LOW|HIGH
Specifies the density to which the floppy disk will be
formatted.
SECTORCHECK=YES |NO
Specifies whether a SECTORCHECK will occur.
FLOPPY LIST
Use this command to print a list of the files in each directory. It
also provides file-related information. If you do not enter a
parameter, this command lists all the files in each directory. You
can use masking for this application.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
FLOPPY LIST [file-id]
file-id
Specifies the file as filename.file-type.
The total number of files listed and the total number of disk
sectors used by these files is accumulated and listed by file-type.
The following message appears as each parameter on the FILE
command is processed:
TOTAL of n SECTORS IN m FILES
•
n represents the sum of the FSIZE field for all the files of a
file-type requested by a parameter on the FILE command.
•
m represents a decimal number that represents the number
of files for the given file-type.
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The following message appears when all parameters on the FILE
command are satisfied:
GRAND TOTAL n SECTORS IN m FILES
•
n represents the sum total of the FSIZE field for all the files
requested by the parameter string of the FILE command.
•
m represents a decimal number that represents the total
number of files requested by the parameter string of the FILE
command.
If, during the search of the system file directories, file catalogs
are found to contain no files, this information is saved until all
the parameters on the FILE command have been completed. The
system prints the following message on the output page:
NO FILES IN TYPE file-types
FLOPPY RESTORE
Use this command to copy files from the floppy disk to a system
disk.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
1 through 5.
FLOPPY RESTORE [REVIEW] [disk-id] {input-file-id|output-fileid|file-id|file-type|ALL}
REVIEW
Prompts you to confirm or stop restoration of a floppy file
that will overwrite a disk file.
disk-id
Identifies to which system disk (DP0:, DP1:, DP2:, or DP3:)
the file is copied.
file-id, input-file-id, output-file-id
Copies the specified file. Filename and extension can be
specified. (Masking can be used when the output filename
will be the same as the input filename.)
file-type
Copies all files with the specified file extension.
ALL
Copies to the system disk all files with these file extensions:
CMD, CME, FNT, FN6, FRM, FR6, FSL, ICT, IDR, ISL, IMG,
IM6, JDL, JSL, LGO, LG6, MSC, PCH, PDE, TMP, TST, XCS,
SYS, TSK, LOG, IPM, FIS, IPF, TPF, DAT, OSD, SAF, LIB, and
STK.
FLOPPY SAVE
Use this command to copy one or more files from the system
disk to the floppy disk.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
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Levels 1 through 5.
FLOPPY SAVE [REVIEW] [disk-id] {input-file-id|output-file-id|fileid|file-type|ALL}
REVIEW
Prompts you to confirm overwriting a floppy file by a system
file. Disk is overwritten. If you enter N, the specified
process skips to the next file on the system disk.
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disk-id
Identifies which system disk (DP0:, DP1:, DP2:, or DP3:)
contains the files to save. If you do not specify a disk-id, all
disks are searched.
file-id, input-file-id, output-file-id
Specifies the file as filename.file-type. You can use masking
if different file-ids are not specified for input and output.
file-type
Specifies one of the following: CMD, CME, FNT, FN6, FRM,
FR6, FSL, ICT, IDR, ISL, IMG, IM6, JDL, JSL, LGO, LG6, MSC,
PDE, TMP, XCS, SYS, TSK, LOG, IPM, FIS, IPF, TPF, DAT, OSD,
SAF, LIB, STK, PCH, or TST.
ALL
Saves all user files on the floppy disk: CMD, CME, FNT, FN6,
FRM, FR6, FSL, ICT, IDR, ISL, IMG, IM6, JDL, JSL, LGO, LG6,
MSC, PDE, TMP, TST, LIB, and STK.
Restriction
Backing up files may exceed the storage capacity of a single
floppy disk.
FONTS
Use the FONTS command to optimize the reallocation of task
memory by specifying the maximum number of fonts the system
keeps resident in memory during a print job. This value can have
a significant impact on system performance for some jobs. The
FONTS value remains in effect until you reissue the command or
regenerate a new operating system.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
FONTS [number]
No parameters entered
Displays how many fonts are available on the LPS.
number
Number between 1 and 128, inclusive. It sets the maximum
number of active fonts per print job. Must include all fonts,
logos, and inks used on the forms and variable data. The
default is 32.
Recommendation
Restrictions
Specify more fonts than will be used on a single page to allow
font changes on a page-to-page basis without throughput
degradation if all the fonts can be loaded into memory.
A print job may actually use more than the specified number of
fonts as long as no more than this number of fonts is called for
on a single page.
If the current FONTS value is exceeded while processing a page,
the system displays the following message:
OS2885 MAX NUMBER OF FONTS EXCEEDED.
The system automatically increases the font space to
accommodate up to the system limit of fonts per page (256).
FORMS
Use this command to optimize the allocation of task memory by
specifying the maximum number of forms the system keeps
resident in memory during a print job. This value can have a
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significant impact on system performance for some jobs. The
FORMS value remains in effect until you reissue the command or
a new operating system is generated.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Recommendations
Levels 1 through 5.
FORMS [number]
number
Sets the maximum number of active forms per print job (1 to
64 inclusive). The default is 12.
When sampling, or printing multiple forms, changing FORMS to 2
will help prevent memory errors.
Specify more forms than will be used on a single page to allow
form changes on a page-to-page basis without throughput
degradation if all the forms can be loaded into memory.
If a form uses many inks, decrease the number of specified
FORMS to increase the memory available for processing.
GRAPHIC
Use the GRAPHIC command to optimize the allocation of task
memory by specifying the maximum number of graphics the
system attempts to keep resident in memory during a print job.
This value can have a significant impact on system performance
for some jobs. The GRAPHIC value remains in effect until you
reissue the command or a new operating system is generated.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
GRAPHIC [number]
No parameters entered
Displays the current setting.
number
Specifies the maximum number of active graphics per print
job. The number must be an integer between 32 and 128.
No single page printed can invoke more than 32 graphics. Must
include all graphics used on a form for this page if a form is
used. For the increased graphics feature, the software can
handle up to 32 images, however, it depends on the complexity
of the images.
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HARDCOPY
Use this command to sample graphic image files.
This command differs from SAMPLE only in the content and
format of the descriptor page. The hardcopy descriptor page
reports all the information in a graphic file header block. The
information on a sample descriptor page contains less
information. Descriptor pages are numbered evenly, and any
errors entered on the Interpress exception page are referenced
to the page number on the descriptor page.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
HARDCOPY {filename|mask}.IMG [,D][,copies][,([vpos
[in|cm|dots]],[hpos[in|cm|dots]][[,L|,P][,n[/d]]])]
filename
Identifies the graphic to print. If you omit the filename, the
system prints all image files.
If you specify any other file-type, the command is executed
as if it were a SAMPLE command with a corresponding
descriptor page, and the graphic is positioned by using
default rather than specified positioning parameters.
D
Prints the statistical information about the graphic (the
descriptive data page) on the back of the sheet and the
graphic image on the front. The default is simplex.
copies
Specifies the number of copies desired. The default is 1.
vpos
Specifies the vertical position of the top edge of the graphic,
relative to the physical page origin in dots, centimeters, or
inches (inches are assumed), specified as a decimal number
with up to three digits to the right of the decimal point. The
default is two-thirds up the page and centered in the given
orientation. Not supported for RES files.
hpos
Specifies the horizontal position of the left edge of the
graphic relative to the physical page origin. The form of this
specification (cm, in,dots) is the same as for vpos. The
default is two-thirds up the page and centered in the given
orientation. Not supported for RES files.
L, P
Specifies a reference orientation (landscape or portrait) for
positioning the graphic. The orientation may be specified in
the image file image header, otherwise, the default is portrait.
n/d
Specifies the reference scale factor. Each parameter, n and d,
must be an integer between 1 and 8 inclusive, resulting in a
reference scale factor between 1/8 and 8 inclusive. The
reference allowing a reference scale factor is multiplied with
that specified at the time the graphic was digitized, and the
product is rounded to the nearest integer in the range 1 to 8.
That integer becomes the effective scale factor with which
the graphic is imaged. If the reference scale factor specified
in the HARDCOPY command is too large (so that the graphic
exceeds the page size), the specified reference scale factor is
flagged with an asterisk on the descriptor page and a
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reference scale factor of 1 is used. Not supported for RES
files.
Restrictions
Your system must be equipped with the GVG2 graphics
processor and RIP hardware options to HARDCOPY graphics
files.
Position and scaling options (vpos, hpos, and n/d) are not
available for RES files.
Hardcopy print is not allowed if the image is protected by a
security command of the ABNORMAL statement (such as
ABNORMAL SECURITY=YES).
Do not use the syntax:
HARDCOPY *.IMG
HIP
The following commands are used with the HIP interface of the
LPS.
HIP
Use this command to invoke both the HIP ONLINE and the HIP
START commands. It also loads the HIP processor for the last
host loaded.
Logon level
Syntax
Levels 1 through 5.
HIP
HIP ABORT
Use this command to remove all jobs or the specified jobs from
the HIP internal queue.
If the operator enters the OSS RESET command, the system
automatically executes HIP STOP and also aborts all HIP jobs
(jobs being transmitted and all QUEUED, ACTIVE, OQUEUED,
and PRINTING jobs).
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
HIP ABORT [SEND] [jid[,...]|ALL]
SEND
Aborts a HIP to host file transmission.
(no SEND) parameter
Aborts a host to HIP file transmission.
ALL
Aborts all host to HIP file transmissions.
jid
Specifies the name of the file to abort.
Restrictions
You cannot abort queued and active jobs. You can only abort
jobs being received or pending.
If listed jid is not eligible, it is listed in an error message.
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HIP CHANGE
Use this command to store a HIP spooled data file as a standard
printer file on disk to print it later.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
HIP CHANGE jidname TO filename[.file-type]
jidname
Specifies the name of the file to store on the disk.
filename
Renames the file you are storing on the disk.
file-type
Specifies the file type.
Restrictions
You can only process one HIP CHANGE command at a time.
Only file-types listed in the ACCEPT command defined in HIP.LIB
can be made standard disk files.
The input HIP data file must be completely received and in the
PENDING state with HIP in the STOP state.
The output file name must be unique on the disk.
HIP ECHO
Use this command to enable HIP to start or stop the XNS echo
test. This command also displays echo server information you
need to start the echo test.
An echo test allows the HIP to determine if the ethernet
communication subsystem is operational. The printer performs
an echo test by transmitting echo packets to the server and
receiving responses from the server. At the end of the echo
test, the console displays the number of requests transmitted and
the number of responses received by the printer.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
HIP ECHO {START server-name|STOP}
START
Enables the XNS echo test.
server-name
An alphanumeric name that specifies the echo server to use.
STOP
Disables the XNS echo test.
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HIP END
Use this command to terminate HIP processing at the earliest
opportune moment. This command is irreversible once issued.
HIP may not be brought online until the system completes the
HIP END process and displays the following message:
HP0020 Host Interface Processor Unloaded
It executes a HIP STOP followed by OFFLINE. When the current
files being received or transmitted and printed (if any) are
completed, the internal job queue is saved on the system disk
for later restart.
Logon level
Syntax
Levels 1 through 5.
HIP END
HIP EXIT
This command is identical to the HIP END command. You can
use HIP EXIT and HIP END interchangeably to terminate HIP
processing in an orderly manner.
HIP HOST
Use this command to select a HIP communication mode: 871CM, the Xerox Network Services (XNS), DMR, or Xerox Printer
Access Facility (XPAF) when your LPS configuration has more than
one host. On systems with only one host, HIP automatically
selects the host each time HIP is loaded if the HOST default in
HIP.LIB is the configured host.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
HIP HOST {871|DMR|XNS|XPF|XPS}
871
Enables communication between a host and the LPS in an
SNA/SDLC or BSC environment.
XNS
Enables communication between devices (such as
workstations and graphic stations) on a shared or unshared,
but accessible, network and the LPS. Ethernet is the physical
connection for the network. Interpress is the page
description language used to package files for transmission
over the network to the LPS.
DMR
Receives input directly from a VAX/VMS system. This permits
data transmission to the LPS in a digital data communication
message protocol (DDCMP) environment. All UNIBUS-, VAXB1-, or Q-BUS-based digital processors are supported.
XPF
Enables communication between a host and the LPS in an
IBM MVS/XA environment.
XPS
Identifies Xerox Print Services (XPS) Manager as the printer
front end to other hosts.
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Restrictions
HIP must be offline and idle in order to switch from one host to
another.
You can go online to XNS, DMR or 871-CM (HIP ONLINE) and
still run IBM channel jobs.
If the host you specify does not exist on the system, this
command is ignored.
If the system is not offline or idle, the command is rejected and
one or more of the messages displays:
HP2020 SELECTED HOST NOT PRESENT ON SYSTEM
HP2400 HIP INTERFACE MUST BE OFFLINE. ENTER ‘HIP OFFLINE’.
HP7100 CANNOT CHANGE HOSTS WHILE JOBS ARE PENDING OR ACTIVE.
HIP JOBS
This command is identical to the HIP SHOW JOBS command.
You can use HIP JOBS and HIP SHOW JOBS interchangeably to
check the status of jobs in the queue.
HIP LOG
Use this command to check the XNS log filing.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5. HIP LOG without parameters can be run at
levels 1 through 5. All others with parameters can be run at
levels 2 through 5.
HIP LOG [RESET|START|STOP]
No parameters entered
Shows the status of the HIP LOG.
RESET
Resets the log file to zero and displays the message:
HP0130 Log file reset
START
Initiates the logging of remote procedure calls and displays
the message:
HP0030 Logging enabled
STOP
Prevents logging of remote procedure calls and displays the
message:
HP0031 Logging disabled
Restrictions
These commands are only valid when XNS is the selected host.
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HIP OFFLINE
Use this command to go offline from a host and stop accepting
jobs. The system completes the transmission of any jobs that are
in the process of being sent before executing this command.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
HIP OFFLINE [IMMEDIATE]
IMMEDIATE
Enables the system to go offline without waiting for the end
of transmission from the host. This option should only be
used when the host has crashed during the transmission of a
job and no other means can be used to reestablish or
terminate communications.
This option is only valid when online to an XPAF or XPS host.
HIP ONLINE
Use this command to start the HIP task with the default specified
host as defined in HIP.LIB. During HIP processing, the ONLINE
command is not available. Enter HIP alone to invoke both the
HIP ONLINE and the HIP START commands.
Logon level
Syntax
Levels 1 through 5.
HIP ONLINE [ALL]
ALL
Specifies that both print and nonprint files are accepted.
HIP RESET
Use this command to clear the HIP queue.
Logon level
Syntax
Restrictions
Levels 1 through 5
HIP RESET
The system does not execute the command unless the HIP
queue has no jobs in the PENDING, QUEUED, ACTIVE,
OQUEUED or PRINTING states. If you enter the command with
jobs in the queue in any of these states, the system displays a
message indicating that the queue cannot be cleared.
The system accepts this command only when HIP is offline.
HIP SEND
Use this command to send files from the 4850 or 4980 to the
host through the host interface processor.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
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Levels 1 through 5.
HIP SEND [filename.]type
[filename.]type
The name and extension of the file to send. You may use
the masking specification (* or ?) to send multiple files of a
specific type.
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Restrictions
The ability to send files to the host depends on the host:
•
The 871-CM does not support this capability.
•
You may initiate file transfers to a DMR host either at the
host or at the LPS. Both the host and the LPS must be online
and in an idle state (no files being transferred).
•
You must initiate file transfers to an XNS or XPAF host from
the host, not using the HIP SEND command.
HIP SHOW BUFFER
Use this command to display a message on the system controller
display showing the current status of the HIP spooling buffer.
Logon level
Syntax
Levels 1 through 5.
HIP SHOW BUFFER
HIP SHOW ECHOSERVERS
Use this command to display a list of the echo servers that are
available to run an XNS echo test. The listing shows the userdefined name and the ethernet address of each echo server.
This information is defined in the HIP.LIB configuration file.
Logon level
Syntax
Levels 1 through 5.
HIP SHOW ECHOSERVERS
HIP SHOW HOSTS
Use this command to display a message on the system controller
display listing the currently available hosts. The message also
indicates the currently selected host using an arrow as shown in
the following example:
HP 1340 Known and current HOSTs are:
871
DMR
XNS
XPF
XPS
NONE <--
The system displays NONE only if there are multiple hosts
available and no host has been selected, or if a system error has
occurred, causing the system to deselect all hosts.
Logon level
Syntax
Levels 1 through 5.
HIP SHOW HOSTS
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HIP SHOW JOBS
Use this command to display the current state of the HIP task
and a selected list of jobs in the internal queues. The operator
control console has about 20 lines available for displaying job
status information on the screen. This is one page of display
information.
If there are more than 20 jobs in the selected state, use the HIP
SHOW JOBS CONTINUE command to continue the display.
Syntax
Parameters
HIP SHOW JOBS [parameters]
ABORTED
Specifies all jobs aborted with the HIP ABORT command.
ACTIVE
Specifies jobs in the active state: QUEUED, ACTIVE,
OQUEUED, and PRINTING.
ALL
Specifies all jobs in the queues.
CANCELED
Specifies all jobs canceled by a host restart.
COMPLETED
Specifies jobs in the completed state: PRINTED or ABORTED.
CONTINUE
Continues a previously requested display if all jobs in the
queue were not displayed.
PAGE [n]
Specifies a particular page of job information. The page
number n is from 1 to 6 specifying the number of pages. If
you do not specify n or if n=0, the default is the 20 jobs
starting with the last COMPLETED job.
PENDING
Specifies all jobs waiting to be sent from the host (PENDING
and RECEIVING).
PRINTED
Specifies all jobs in the printed state (PRINTED and
TRUNCATED).
SUMMARY
Specifies the summary display format (refer to figure 1-5).
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Examples
Figure 1-4 shows a sample of the complete display format.
Figure 1-4.
HIP SHOW JOBS command display
HOST:hst:linemode
JID# HOSTNAME
nnnn hostname
HIP:runmode
RECEIVED
hh:mm:ss
FILEMODE:filemode
STATUS
JOB# TIME
status
0000 hh:mm:ss
HP1110 END OF JOB DISPLAY
Figure 1-5 shows a sample of the summary display format.
Figure 1-5.
Summary display
HOST:hst:linemode
HIP:runmode
JID# HOST NAME
nnnn<host name>
.
.
.
.
.
.
...
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
RECEIVED
STATUS
hh:mm:ss
COMPLETED
.
COMPLETED
.
COMPLETED
.
COMPLETED
and n more COMPLETED jobs.
.
PRINTING
.
QUEUED
.
QUEUED
.
QUEUED
JOB#
0000
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
TIME
hh:mm:ss
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
...
.
and n more OQUEUED jobs.
.
ACTIVE
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
PENDING
.
.
.
PENDING
.
.
.
PENDING
.
...
and n more PENDING jobs.
.
.
.
RECEIVE
HP1110 END OF JOB DISPLAY
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
FILEMODE:
filemode
The following information is included in the summary report:
hst
Specifies one of the possible hosts (871, XNS, DEC, and so
forth).
linemode
Specifies the status of the host interface (OFFLINE, ONLINE,
PEND, READY, RECEIVING, SENDING, or SUSPENDED).
runmode
Specifies the run mode of the job (STARTED, STOPPED, or
DUMP).
filemode
Specifies the acceptable file-types (ALL JOBS or PRINT JOBS).
nnnn
Specifies the internal job identification number (JID) for HIP.
hostname
Indicates the host name on the file label. An asterisk (*)
following this name indicates that the job is an 871 job
received from the punch port. Refer to the Xerox 871
Communication Module System Guide for a description of
the punch port.
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0000
Specifies the job number (JN) assigned by OCS when the job
is submitted for printing. It is 0000 for nonprint and pending
jobs.
hh:mm:ss
Specifies the time a job was received and when its status was
last changed.
A maximum of 5 lines list jobs in the COMPLETED state, 8 lines
list jobs in the ACTIVE state, and 7 lines list the jobs in PENDING
stage.
Restrictions
Depending on the state of HIP‘s XNS services and job queue,
HIP may defer the processing of OFFLINE and END commands.
If HIP is communicating with a networked workstation at the
time HIP OFFLINE is entered, processing is deferred until the
workstation session terminates, either through initiation by the
workstation or through timeout. If deferred, HIP displays the
message:
HP1200 OFFLINE PENDING END OF CURRENT ACTIVE XNS SESSION.
When the session concludes and the Ethernet is brought offline,
HIP displays the message:
HP1230 HOST OFFLINE.
The HIP END command effects an automatic STOP and OFFLINE
prior to the task exit. STOP is honored immediately; OFFLINE
may be deferred, as described above. ENDing of HIP is deferred
until the OFFLINE command is processed and, if any jobs are
active on HIP‘s print queue, the END command is further
deferred until all active jobs are completed.
HIP honors an END command with jobs on the receive queue in
a pending state. When HIP is reloaded, those pending jobs
remain in HIP‘s job queue.
HIP SHOW LOG
Use this command to display the current state of the HIP task
and a list of all the log entries. This command is only applicable
when XNS is selected as the host. If you do not specify a
parameter, the contents of the entire log file displays.
Syntax
Parameter
HIP SHOW LOG [parameters]
CONTINUE
Prevents the file service connection from terminating due to
inactivity.
DELETED
Lists deleted files.
LGF
Lists log-off entries for the printer file service.
LGN
Lists log-on entries for the printer file service.
LIST
Lists files in the specified directory.
PAGE [n]
Specifies a full screen of job information. n is a number from
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1 to 6 specifying the number of pages. The default is the 20
jobs starting with the last COMPLETED job.
PRINTED
Displays all jobs in the printed state.
PRN
Prints the contents of the log file.
RETRIEVED
Displays all files that have been retrieved.
STORED
Displays all files that have been stored.
Display format
Figure 1-6 shows the format of the HIP SHOW LOG XNS display.
Figure 1-6.
host logging
USER ID
hst id
HIP SHOW LOG XNS display information
log status
FILE
filename
BEGIN
date/time
optype
END
time
OPERATION
opertn
host
Identifies the current host interface: XNS.
log status
Specifies the status of the log: Store, Retrieve, or Deleted.
optype
Specifies the operations configured for logging, including:
hst
Specifies the host interface.
id
Specifies the user name in 1 to 15 characters. A user id over
15 characters is truncated.
filename
Specifies the filename as filename[.file-type].
date/time
Specifies the date and time of the operation call. The date
format is MM/DD/YY. The time format is HH:MM:SS.
time
Specifies the time the operation was completed. The time
format is HH:MM:SS.
opertn
Specifies the operation performed on the file: ALL, CLOSE,
CONTINUE, DELETE, LIST, LOGOFF, LOGON, OPEN, PRINT,
RETRIEVE, or STORE.
Restrictions
This command is only valid when XNS is the selected host.
HIP SHOW VERSION
Use this command to check the HIP processing version.
Syntax
HIP SHOW VERSION
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HIP SJC
Use this command to abbreviate the HIP SHOW JOBS
CONTINUE command, which continues the HIP job status
display.
Syntax
HIP SJC
HIP SLC
Use this command to abbreviate the HIP SHOW LOG
CONTINUE command, which continues the XNS log display.
Syntax
HIP SLC
HIP START
Use this command to start or restart processing of jobs in the
HIP queue.
The XPF host may submit jobs in a pass-through mode, where
the job passes directly to the LPS processing. Although HIP is
not involved in receiving the job, you must start HIP in order for
pass-through jobs to be processed. If a message appears
indicating that a pass-through job is pending, enter the HIP
START command. While the pass-through job is processing, HIP
is in a suspended state. After the pass-through job has finished,
HIP returns to the start state.
HIP remains in START mode until you enter a HIP STOP
command except in the following situations:
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
•
If you enter the START command with a job-id, HIP exits
START mode after submitting the last job-id.
•
If you enter the START command with the DUMP parameter,
HIP exits START mode after submitting one job.
•
If you abort a HIP job during Input or Output processing, or
using the ABORT command, HIP exits the START mode.
•
If you enter the RESET command, HIP exits the START mode.
Levels 1 through 5.
HIP START [DUMP][job-id[,...]]
No parameters entered
When you enter the HIP START command with no
parameters, HIP submits all jobs in the queue in the order
received (or the order set in previous HIP START commands).
DUMP
If you specify this parameter, the system processes the next
job in the queue (or the job specified in the command string
if you have specified one) using the START command
parameters defined in the DUMPJOB = field of the HIP.LIB
file. Only one job is submitted (either the first job in the
queue or the first job-id specified in the command string).
After the specified job is processed, HIP issues a STOP
command.
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job-id
Use this parameter to start only specified jobs within the HIP
queue. After HIP has submitted the last job in the job-id list,
HIP issues a STOP command.
HIP STOP
Use this command to stop submitting HIP jobs to print
processing. Jobs already being prepared for printing or being
printed complete processing.
If the operator enters the OSS RESET command, the system
automatically executes HIP STOP and also aborts all HIP jobs
(jobs being transmitted and all QUEUED, ACTIVE, OQUEUED,
and PRINTING jobs).
Logon level
Syntax
Restriction
Levels 1 through 5.
HIP STOP
If the LPS is online, HIP continues to receive jobs until the
storage space for the LPS HIP queue is filled.
HOSTCOPY
Use this command on online systems to accept files transmitted
from the host computer and store them on the LPS system disk.
Files in two different formats may be transmitted:
1. User-created card-image files
2. LPS-labeled files (such as font, logo, and patch tapes).
Files loaded onto the system via the HOSTCOPY command must
be retrieved by the editor MERGE command prior to editing in
order to insert valid sequence numbers.
Certain destination file-types are not accepted for either LPSlabeled or card-image files. These are file-types OSD, SAF, SYS,
$Y$, and TSK. In addition, card-image format files are restricted
to destination file-types: CMD, FSL, JSL, MSC, PCH, TMP, and
TPF.
Logon level
Syntax
Restrictions
Level 1
HOSTCOPY
Card-image format files. Files may be transmitted to the LPS in
80-character EBCDIC records. A group of records stored as a
data file is called a packet. These packets contain the EBCDIC
hex code 5B as a control character. On many keyboards, for
example, UK English, hex 5B is represented by a £ sign. In this
section, the hex 5B character is represented by the $. You
should verify with your system administrator which key on your
keyboard generates this character.
Each packet must be preceded by a control record, which
specifies the name of the file. This control record has the
following format starting in column 1:
$$$START filename.file-type
Filename is a 2-to 6-character name and file-type is one of the
valid file-type designations listed previously. A period or a
comma is acceptable as the separator between the filename and
the file-type.
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One or more EBCDIC packets may be transmitted at one time.
Each packet should be preceded by the $$$START record. After
the last packet, the transmission must be ended by another
control record. The format for this record, starting in column 1
is:
$$$END
Each packet transmitted may not exceed 3,072 records.
Exceeding this limit results in truncation of the file to 3,072
records.
If any problem is found with the $$$START record, one of the
following messages is displayed with the $$$START record
displayed on the next line.
INVALID FILE TYPE
INVALID CHARACTER IN FILE NAME OR FILE TYPE
MISSING "." OR "," IN $$$START RECORD
If any of the above errors are encountered, the file is not created
on the disk, and the user is given the opportunity to continue or
abort HOSTCOPY. Any file names greater than six characters are
truncated to six characters. If a $$$START record is immediately
followed by a $$$END record, the message FILE SIZE EQUALS
ZERO, is displayed. The file is not created on the disk, and the
user is given the opportunity to continue or abort HOSTCOPY.
Font and logo tape file format. Font and logo tapes are LPSlabeled tapes issued by Xerox. They have been structured for
use with online systems as well as offline systems. The last
physical file on these tapes is a concatenation of all previous files
on the tape. It is the last file which is in a format that can be
transmitted across the host I/O channel to the printing system. A
host utility must be used to advance the tape to the beginning of
the last file. Font and logo files have 128-byte blocks, followed
by blocks of multiples of 512 bytes, from 512 bytes to 8,192
bytes. The files must be deblocked to 128-byte records before
transmission to the LPS.
Some operating systems may require that an FCB and UCSB be
transmitted with the job. These are accepted, but they are
ignored by HOSTCOPY.
The program (for example, IEBGENER) that transmits files to the
LPS must not add page numbers or reformat the data. In
particular, no additional records may be added between the files.
Example
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Figure 1-7 shows a sample JCL using the IEBGENER host utility to
send a concatenated file to the LPS. In the example, “01E” is the
device address of the printing system. For illustration purposes,
the tape to be transmitted contains 246 individual system files.
Appended to these 246 files are a dummy ENDFIL file and a
concatenated file containing the preceding 247 files. Thus, the
first parameter after the LABEL= is the file number of the file to
be transmitted (in this case, file number 248).
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Figure 1-7. Sample JCL
//LOADXERX
//SYSPRINT
EXEC
DD
PGM=IEBGENER,REGION=80K
SYSOUT=A
//SYSIN
//SYSUT2
//SYSUT1
//
DD
DD
DD
DUMMY
UNIT=01E,DCB=(RECFM=FB,LRECL=128,BLKSIZE=128)
UNIT=TAPE,DCB=(RECFM=FB,LRECL=128,BLKSIZE=8192),DSN=XEROX,
DISP=OLD,LABEL=(248,NL,EXPDT=98000),VOL=SER=XEROXO
If EBCDIC files are transmitted, the final CREATING FILE
message is displayed after response to the message:
xxxxxx.yyy
END OF TAPE FOUND. IS ANOTHER TAPE TO BE SENT? Y or N
IFU
Use this command to invoke the Interpress font utility (IFU). IFU
allows you to create fonts from an Interpress master suitable for
print jobs in an Interpress or data center environment.
You can communicate with the IFU using the keyboard or
display. You can key in one or more IFU commands in the
command line and then enter IFU to execute them all; or you
can invoke IFU first, then enter each IFU command.
You can invoke IFU when the LPS is idle. IFU is a co-process
with the Interpress decomposer (IPD).
IFU provides the following functional features:
•
Performs traditional file management functions on Interpress
font files resident on the system, including addition,
duplication (from disk to/from tape and disk to/from floppy),
deletion, and listing by Interpress font names
•
Changes the substitution priority for a particular Interpress
font
•
Compiles old IPFNTS.JSL source mapping files to new LPS
Interpress linked structures
•
Compresses LPS Interpress mapping to enhance font
management performance and delete unreferenced
Interpress font files
•
Prints a sample statistics page of a generated font.
You can invoke IFU in single command mode only. IFU accepts
any single command, executes it, and returns to the system
prompt. Then you can enter another single command. IFU also
returns to the system prompt if it encounters an error that it
cannot ignore.
You can specify an Interpress font by its font family or its font
name characteristics. An Interpress font family name is a threepart name composed of a naming authority, character code, and
typeface name. An Interpress font name is a six-part name
composed of a naming authority, character code, typeface name,
point size, orientation, and resolution. If you specify only the
Interpress font family name, all the font families (such as
orientations, point sizes, and resolutions) are processed as if they
were wild carded. You can insert a wild card (*) in place of any
family name component, except in DEFAULT and SUBSTITUTION
commands which require a single Interpress font family name.
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The correct syntax for entering an Interpress font is:
Interpress font family name
'XEROX','XC82-0-0','HELVETICA'
or
Interpress font name
'XEROX XC82-0-0 HELVETICA 12 P 300'
Font name length will make some IFU commands longer than 78
characters. Enter these commands using the IFU mode. For
each long command, first enter “IFU” and press <CR>, then
enter the IFU command.
IFU COMPRESS
Use this command to remove unused space from the mapping
tables in IPFNTS.SYS, to delete unreferenced font files, and to
consolidate fragmented .IPM files.
Logon level
Syntax
Levels 1 through 5.
IFU COMPRESS
IFU COPY
Use this command to copy printer font files and their associated
mappings from the LPS internal disk storage to and from external
media. This allows easy backup and transport of Interpress fonts.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
IFU COPY [TAPE|FLOPPY|CARTRIDGE]
[READ|WRITE] Interpress-font-name
TAPE
Specifies the device assigned to TAPE keyword using SUB
DEV. TAPE is the default keyword.
FLOPPY
Specifies the device as floppy.
CARTRIDGE
Specifies the device assigned to CAR keyword using SUB
DEV.
READ
Searches for the Interpress font name matching the specified
Interpress font mask. If a match is found, copies the font
files and their mappings from the file on the tape or
cartridge, and replaces or creates the font files in the FNT
directory.
WRITE
Copies .FNT font files and the associated Interpress font
mappings to the external medium as a single virtual file.
Supports multiple volume tapes and cartridges. When the
virtual file being written reaches end of volume, the user is
prompted for the next volume loaded. Always appends to
end of the logical volume.
For the IFU COPY FLOPPY WRITE command, only one write
may be performed per floppy. Appending writes on floppy
disks is not allowed.
Interpress-font-name
The name of the Interpress font.
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Restrictions
Although OSS supports multiple volume writes, the editor and
IFU tasks do not support them. Do not issue a multiple volume
write from EDI or from IFU. It may fail, corrupting the volume by
jeopardizing the volume's file integrity and Interpress file and
font integrity. Avoid this problem by writing files to a single
volume and selectively including files or font families.
If an Interpress font family is copied to tape, floppy, or cartridge,
and then read back, the corresponding LPS font files are assigned
new names. Since the comparable Interpress font names map to
the same LPS font files, do not copy one Interpress font family
without its comparable names. If you do so, and then copy it
back to the same LPS, the LPS creates duplicate fonts on the
system. The duplicate fonts do not affect the Interpress mapping
structure, but they do increase the amount of disk storage space
used.
IFU DEFAULT
Use this command to establish the default for the Interpress
master font family used to print an Interpress master that does
not specify a font name. This name can also be set when the
IPFNTS command is used to compile the Interpress fonts .JSL file.
Logon level
Syntax
Restriction
Levels 1 through 5.
IFU DEFAULT Interpress-font-family-name
IFU does not check the validity of the default font name. An
unrecognized font name generates the Interpress error message:
Master Error (page n): Font problem; font "<font name>"
unknown. If the font name is too long, the printed message is
truncated.
IFU DELETE
Use this command to delete the LPS files associated with an
Interpress font or with a family of Interpress fonts.
Logon level
Syntax
Levels 1 through 5.
IFU DELETE Interpress-font-name
Parameter
Interpress-font-name
Specifies the font file or files to be deleted. If you use
masking, you are prompted for confirmation. The default is
N.
Restriction
The LPS font files associated with deleted fonts are not deleted,
since they can be referenced by other mappings. You must use
the COMPRESS command to delete font files which are no
longer referenced by any Interpress font file.
IFU FDR
Use this command to recreate the font directory file after
upgrading the operating system, if the font directory is
corrupted. This process can take up to 30 minutes.
Logon level
Syntax
Levels 1 through 5.
IFU FDR
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IFU FILE
Use this command to review on screen the names and
characteristics of the Interpress fonts that were written to the
medium.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
IFU [DISK|TAPE|CARTRIDGE|FLOPPY] FILE[/EX {Interpress-fontfamily name|Interpress-font-name}]
DISK
Specifies the disk as the source of the generated list.
TAPE
Specifies the device assigned to the TAPE keyword using SUB
DEV as the source of the generated list.
CARTRIDGE
Specifies the device assigned to the CAR keyword using SUB
DEV as the source of the generated list.
FLOPPY
Specifies the floppy disk as the source of the generated list.
/EX
Generates an expanded list of a specified Interpress-fontname.
Interpress-font-name
Specifies the font file or files to display.
IFU IPFNTS
Use this command to compile the mapping information in the
Interpress fonts JSL file into the Interpress font environment. The
Interpress font environment is not replaced completely by this
command; information in the input file is merely added to the
Interpress font environment.
Logon level
Syntax
Levels 1 through 5.
IFU IPFNTS [IPFNTS|Interpress-fonts-jsl]
If you do not specify a name, IPFNTS.JSL is the input file.
Restriction
Compiling Interpress fonts .JSL files with large FONTS statements
might exceed the IFU IPFNTS limit.
IFU LIST
Use this command to print one to 674 duplex pages reporting
the names and characteristics of Interpress fonts that were
written to the disk, tape, cartridge, or floppy disk.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
IFU [DISK|TAPE|CARTRIDGE|FLOPPY] LIST[/EX {Interpress-fontfamily name|Interpress-font-name}]
DISK
Specifies the disk as the source of the generated list.
TAPE
Specifies the device assigned to the TAPE keyword using SUB
DEV as the source of the generated list.
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CARTRIDGE
Specifies the device assigned to CAR keyword using SUB
DEV as the source of the generated list.
FLOPPY
Specifies the floppy disk as the source of the generated list.
/EX
Generates an expanded list of a specified Interpress-fontname. /EX also lists the font filenames of the specified
Interpress font.
Interpress-font-name
Specifies the font file or files to be listed.
Restriction
If more than 674 pages will be generated, the system displays a
warning message before executing the command. You must
then enter multiple IFU LIST commands to generate a complete
list.
IFU PRINTER
Use this command to establish the name of the LPS printer in the
IPFNTS.SYS file.
Logon level
Syntax
Levels 1 through 5.
IFU PRINTER printer-name
IFU SUBSTITUTION
Use this command to change the substitution criteria for a single
font family.
Substitution criteria are used when an Interpress master calls for a
font which is not available on the printer. The imaging software
uses the criteria to determine which font to substitute for the
desired font.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
IFU SUBSTITUTION Interpress-font-name, substitution-priority
Interpress-font-name
Specifies the Interpress font name
substitution-priority
Must be NORMAL or NOPOINTSIZE. NORMAL is the default.
IFU [TAPE|CARTRIDGE] MOVE
Use this command to position a tape or cartridge a specified
number of files forward or backward before issuing an IFU COPY
READ, LIST, or FILE command.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
IFU [TAPE|CARTRIDGE] MOVE n [FILES]
TAPE
Specifies the device assigned to the TAPE keyword using SUB
DEV.
CARTRIDGE
Specifies the device assigned to CAR keyword using SUB
DEV.
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n
Specifies a decimal value within -32768 and 32767 inclusive.
The default is 1.
If n is positive, the tape or cartridge advances forward. If n is
negative, the tape or cartridge rewinds.
The word FILES can be entered following n, but is not
required.
IFU [TAPE|CARTRIDGE] REWIND
Use this command to rewind the tape or cartridge.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
IFU [TAPE|CARTRIDGE] REWIND
TAPE
Specifies the device assigned to TAPE keyword using SUB
DEV. TAPE is the default keyword.
CARTRIDGE
Specifies the device assigned to CAR keyword using SUB
DEV.
IFU [TAPE|CARTRIDGE] UNLOAD
Use this command to unload the tape or cartridge from the
drive.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
IFU [TAPE|CARTRIDGE] UNLOAD
TAPE
Specifies the device assigned to the TAPE keyword using SUB
DEV. TAPE is the default keyword.
CARTRIDGE
Specifies the device assigned to the CAR keyword using SUB
DEV.
IFU [TAPE|CARTRIDGE] VOLINIT
Use this command to initialize the tape or cartridge in
preparation for an IFU COPY WRITE command.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
IFU [TAPE|CARTRIDGE] VOLINIT [1600|6250]
TAPE
Specifies the device assigned to the TAPE keyword using SUB
DEV. TAPE is the default keyword.
CARTRIDGE
Specifies the device assigned to the CAR keyword using SUB
DEV.
1600
Specifies the density of the tape as 1600 bpi.
6250
Specifies the density of the tape as 6250 bpi.
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IFU [TAPE|CARTRIDGE] SAMPLE
Use this command to print sample pages for a single Interpress
font.
Logon level
Syntax
Restriction
Levels 1 through 5.
IFU [TAPE|CARTRIDGE] SAMPLE Interpress-font-name
Do not use the IFU SAMPLE command within a system or editor
command file.
IMAGE
Use this command to display, fix, or print the content of IMG
files in compressed and decompressed format. You can fix the
format of known bad IMG files which may cause the following
types of problems:
•
Vertically or horizontally truncated images
•
Trailing vertical or horizontal image strips from previous
image print.
If you cannot print the image using the SAMPLE command, you
may not be able to fix it. After you fix an image file, this
command updates the following information:
•
•
•
•
Compressed vector length in header and trailer
x pixel value
Total number of scan lines in the image
Converts Interpress 1.0 to Interpress 2.0 format.
This command supports Interpress 1.0 and 2.0 formats, and RES
format image files.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
IMAGE {DUMP|PRINT|FIX} filename.file-type
[/EXPAND|/VERBOSE|/STATISTICS|/ALL [(scanline start, scanline
end)]]
DUMP
Displays the content of the IMG files you specify.
PRINT
Prints the content of IMG files you specify.
FIX
Fixes the damaged IMG files that you specify.
filename
Specifies one or more files. You can enter up to six
characters. The filename can include wildcards (* and ?).
file-type
Specifies the file-type as IMG.
/EXPAND
Displays or prints compressed scan line followed by
decompressed scan line. This parameter is used only for
PRINT and DUMP.
/VERBOSE
Displays or prints a detailed diagnostic message before and
after the compressed image data. The information in the
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image header and trailer displays in decimal value. A
diagnostic message does not display for RES format files.
/STATISTICS
Displays or prints the following statistics:
• Scan line length
• Total number of scan lines in image file
• Total number of ENC, HTN, LIN, and RAW scan lines
• Total number of EOI encountered
• Total number of bad nibbles
• Total number of bad scan lines
• x pixel value
• y pixel value
• Image file size (in bytes)
• Actual compressed vector length
• Compressed vector length in header and trailer.
/ALL
Fixes Interpress 1.0 and 2.0 image files, but skips RES image
files. If you do not specify this parameter, the command
fixes only Interpress 1.0 image files and skips all other IMG
files. This parameter is used only for FIX.
scanline start, scanline end
Specifies a range to display or print the image data. You
must separate scanline start and scanline-end with a comma
(,) and enclose them inside parenthesis as shown in the
syntax. This parameter is used only for PRINT and DUMP.
INITIALIZE QUEUE
Use this command to erase the existing print queue database,
create a new print queue database, set its size and its warning
and frequency flags, and initialize it.
Warning flags indicate that the beginning of the file is about to
be overwritten. Frequency flags determine how often warning
messages are displayed.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 2 through 5.
INITIALIZE QUEUE [nnnn] [NOF|OWF|DWF|NWF:n.m]
nnnn
Specifies the number of entries in the queue. You can
specify a value in the range of 200 to 2000. If the queue file
does not exist and you do not specify a value, a report
queue of 400 entries is created.
NOF
Deactivates the warning and frequency flags. No warnings
are displayed.
OWF
Activates previous (old) warning and frequency flags and
preserves previous flag settings.
DWF
Activates the default warning flag (40) and frequency flag (3).
NWF:n.m
Sets and activates new warning and frequency flags. The n
value indicates the threshold at which warnings begin. The
m value indicates the frequency at which warning messages
display to the operator.
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Example
Recommendation
Restriction
If n=25 and m=3, warnings are displayed when 25, 22, 19, 16,
etc., entries can be made before the end of the print queue
database is reached.
Back up the existing print queue database before issuing
INITIALIZE QUEUE.
INITIALIZE QUEUE executes only when the queue is empty.
JOBS
Use this command or press <JOBS STATUS> to display the
status of the system and the documents in the print queue.
There will be a delay for a few seconds to process the
information. The last item printed appears first in the display.
The JOBS command allows you to temporarily change the format
of the information that displays. The SET QUEUE DISPLAY
command controls the default display format and allows you to
set the format permanently.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
JOBS [ALL|QUEUE|#entry-string|n|report-attribute]
[CLASSIC|BRIEF|FULL]
ALL
Displays information on all documents in the queue with
Queued, Input, IAbort, OAbort, UAbort, Held, Active,
In/prntg or Printing status. Also displays status of last 100
documents printed.
QUEUE
Displays information on all documents (entries) in the queue
with Held, Queued, Active, or Printing status and the status
of last 100 documents printed. May be abbreviated: JOBS
Q.
#entry-string
Displays information on specified entries in the queue. You
specify using the #n, #n-m, or #(n-m,o,p-r) format.
#n
Specifies a single entry. n must be an integer between 1
and 65535.
#n-m
Specifies one set of multiple entries. n and m must be
integers between 1 and 65535. All entries between n
and m inclusive are passed to output.
#(n-m,o,p-r)
Specifies multiple sets of entries. Values must be
integers between 1 and 65535. All entries n through m
inclusive, o, and p through r inclusive, are passed to
output. Parenthesis are required around the string.
Commas without spaces are required between string
elements.
n
Displays status information for all reports queued for output
plus the status of up to n completed reports, where n is 100
or less.
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report-attribute
Displays entries which use the following specified resources:
PRIMARY COLOR
Displays information for all entries that require the
specified primary color.
STITCH
Displays information for all entries that require stapling.
ACTIVE
Displays information for all entries that are in the active
queue.
HELD
Displays information for all entries that are in a held
queue.
QUEUED
Displays information for all queued entries. Do not
confuse this parameter with JOBS QUEUE or JOBS Q.
CLUSTERS=xxx
Displays information for all entries that require the
specified cluster.
You can specify up to three resources as follows:
AND l &
Displays entries that use all the resources specified, for
example:
• RED & GREEN & BLUE
• GREEN AND BLUE AND HELD
OR l !
Displays entries that use only one of the resources
specified, for example:
• RED ! GREEN
• GREEN OR ACTIVE
NOT l Displays entries that do not use the resource that
follows, for example:
• NOT RED
• - STITCH
You can use parentheses to indicate the resources that have
the highest priority, otherwise, the order of priority is from
left to right.
CLASSIC
Displays information in the CLASSIC format. Refer to the
“Examples” section for a sample of the CLASSIC format.
BRIEF
Displays information in the BRIEF format. Refer to the
“Examples” section for a sample of the BRIEF format.
FULL
Displays information in the FULL format. Refer to the
“Examples” section for a sample of the FULL format.
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Examples
System and print queue status display.
Queue status mm/dd/yy hh:mm:ss
Queue Manager is stopped
Queue Manager is stopped
Queue Manager is active
Queue Manager is active
System is idle
System is ON-LINE
System is OFF-LINE
Input is stopped
Output is stopped -- printer fault
Output is stopped -- otext wait
Stitch off active
Stitch on active
Job queue is empty
Jobs held in queue
JOB ID xxxx JDE xxxxxx queued for INPUT
Approximately xxxx unused entries in the
schedule
schedule
schedule
schedule
mode
mode
mode
mode
is
is
is
is
resource
received
resource
received
queue
If you select the CLASSIC format, the following information
displays after the system and print queue status information.
Job
#
xxxx
Cust
Job #
xxxxxx
Rpt
#
xxxx
Report
Name
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
JDE/JDL
xxxxxx/xxxxxx
Copy
Count
xxxx
Total
Pages
xxxxxx
Pages
Prntd
xxxxxx
Status
Msg
Msg#
xxxxxxxx
xxxx
If you select the BRIEF format, the following information displays
after the system and print queue status information.
Entry
#
xxxxx
Cust
ID
xxxxxx
Report
Name
xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Job
#
xxxxx
Copy
Count
xxxxxx
Total
Pages
xxxxxxx
Pages
Printd
xxxxxx
Color
xxxx
JDE/JDL
xxxxxx/xxxxxx
Status
xxxxxxxx
If you select the FULL format, the following information displays
after the system and print queue status information.
Entry
#
xxxx
Cust
Report
Job
Rpt
Copy
Total
Pages
ID
Name
#
#
Count
Pages
Printd
JDE/JDL
xxxxxx
xxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxx xxxx
xxxxxx xxxxxxx
xxxxxx
xxxxxx/xxxxxx
Colors
Sti
Clusters
xxx,xxx,xxx,xxx,xxx
x
xxxxxx,xxxxxx,xxxxxx,xxxxxx,xxxxxx
Display descriptions
Status
xxxxxxxx
SMsg#
xxxx
*
An asterisk preceding a report attribute indicates that this
attribute is causing the report to be held in the queue.
+
A plus symbol in the Color or Colors column indicates that
the report uses multiple colors.
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A hyphen symbol indicates absence of color, clusters, or a
status message.
Job #
The job identification number supplied by the system.
Entry #
The entry assigned by the Queue Manager that identifies an
entry in the report queue. QM commands with the entry
string parameter use this number when applicable.
Cust Job# or Cust ID
Specifies one of the following:
•
Host job number as defined by the user with the
HJOBNO command of the BANNER statement in an
online job
•
FILE ID (same as on accounting page) if in an offline job
•
User ID for Ethernet from the PRINT request
•
Blank if the information is not available.
Rpt #
The report number as currently defined on the accounting
page. The position within the job. A report number of zero
indicates that the job containing the report was terminated
before the first report was processed.
Report Name
The report name as defined by the online user with the
BANNER statement command, HRPTNA; or by the offline
user with the RSTACK statement command, HRPTNA, or the
DISC keyword in the START command. The BRIEF and FULL
formats display the first 12 characters of the report name;
CLASSIC displays the first 16 characters.
JDE/JDL
The JDE/JDL name keyed in to start the report or the DJDE
JDE/JDL encountered.
Copy Count
The maximum number of copies if the report is in input,
queued for output, or completed. If the report is in output,
COPY COUNT is the number of copies remaining to print.
COPY COUNT can differ from the copy count in the JSL due
to the application of a DJDE.
Total Pages
The current number of pages written to disk if the report is in
input. If the report is printing or queued for output, TOTAL
PAGES is the total number of pages in the report.
Pages Prntd
The number of pages completed if printing. Otherwise, this
value is zero.
Note: Even though the TOTAL PAGES and PAGES PRNTD fields
display only a six-digit number on the screen, the status file
maintains the correct page values.
Color or Colors
Displays the first three characters of the first color used in
the report. Black is an assumed primary and never displays.
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Status
Displays the state of the report as one of the following:
IAbort
INPUT aborted the report or job.
OAbort
OUTPUT aborted the report.
UAbort
User aborted the report or job.
Active
OUTPUT received the report but print has not been
issued. When the printer stops, all active entries display
a stopped status until printing resumes.
Stopped
The user stopped the report by pressing <STOP> or
entering the STOP command, or there could be an
internal problem.
Done
Printing is complete.
Input
The report is being prepared for printing and has not
begun to print.
Queued
The report has been prepared for printing and is waiting
to print.
Held
The entry cannot be sent to OUTPUT for printing. An
asterisk (*) indicates the resource preventing it from
printing.
In/prntg
The report is being prepared for printing and part of it is
printing.
Printing
The report has been prepared for printing and is printing.
Reset
The report was aborted by the RESET command.
Rcvyn/s
The operator did not request recovery on rollover.
Sti
Indicates if the report requires stitching.
Clusters
Indicates the required clusters, if any.
SMsg#
Displays one of the following:
•
The completion code on the accounting page (blank if
completion is normal)
•
The error message number if the report aborted
•
CS displays while the report is processing if the report is
copy sensitive.
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LIGHT
Use this command to enable or disable the attention light, or to
turn off the light without disabling it. The attention light warns
you of the following print job conditions which require your
attention:
•
A steady light indicates that the print process will cycle down
soon due to low toner or paper supply.
•
A light modulating between bright and dim indicates one of
the following:
— The printer is cycling down due to a printer malfunction.
You must correct this problem immediately.
— The system is displaying WAIT messages and may stop
without processing.
The attention light turns off when you correct the condition.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
LIGHT [ENABLE|DISABLE|OFF]
ENABLE
Activates the light so that it signals printer conditions to the
operator.
DISABLE
Deactivates the light so that it does not signal printer
conditions to the operator.
OFF
Turns the light off without correcting the printer condition
and without disabling the light.
Other situations which activate the attention light are:
•
•
•
•
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You entered STOP O
STOP O executed automatically due to an LPS error
OTEXT WAIT message coded in the print job
No report is available for printing but the report queue is full.
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LIST
Use this command to print the list of all files on the disk. You
can list specific file-ids within the catalog or the entire catalog
and deliver them to the sample tray. The output page of the
LIST command has a header line at the top of each page
containing the page number, date, time, and disk-id.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
LIST [disk-id][file-id][/filename[.file-type],[leading string],[trailing
string]]
disk-id
Identifies the system disk (DP0:, DP1:, DP2:, or DP3:)
containing the file-ids to be printed.
file-id
Specifies the file as filename.file-type. If omitted, the default
prints the names of all the files in each directory. Masking
can be used.
/filename[.file-type]
Specifies a disk file into which is stored a record for each file
listed in the following order: Leading string, file-id, trailing
string. The default .file-type is .TMP.
leading string
Character string (except commas) that is added prior to each
filename in the list that is created. No more than 50 leading
characters may be added.
trailing string
Character string (except commas) added to each file name in
the list that is created. No more than 50 trailing characters
may be added.
To print only the specified file-id, enter the disk-id and the file-id
parameters.
Example
LIST DP0: *.CMD
This command will print all .CMD file-types in DP0:.
Using the /filename[.file-type], leading string, and trailing string
parameters prints the specified file-id and stores it in the file
specified by the /filename[.file-type]. If no file exists matching
the filename[.file-type], a file of that name will be created. If it
does exist, it is written over.
List data can be stored and printed without the leading string and
trailing string.
Example
LIST DP0: *.CMD/ED.CMD
This command will print all .CMD file-types and will store those
in a file named ED.CMD.
List data can be stored and printed with the leading string and
trailing string.
Example
LIST DP0: *.CMD/ED.CMD,...,///
This command will print all .CMD file-types and will store those
in a file named ED.CMD. Each displayed file will be preceded
with “...“, as specified by the leading string parameter. Also,
each displayed file will be followed by “///“, as specified by the
trailing string parameter.
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LIST/EX
Use this command to print an extended list of all the file
characteristics of a given file-id.
Syntax
Parameters
LIST/EX [disk-id][file-id][,file-id,...]
disk-id
Identifies the system disk (DP0:, DP1:, DP2:, or DP3:)
containing the file-ids to be printed.
file-id
Specifies the file as filename.file-type. If you do not specify
one, the default is all the files in the directory. You can use
masking.
The print format includes a title line identifying the information in
each column. The leading and trailing strings do not print. If
you do not enter the /EX option, only the file-ids print. Refer to
figure 1-8.
Example
Figure 1-8 shows a sample print format when you enter /EX.
Figure 1-8.
/EX parameter sample print
FILE NAME
XRX.IMG
KI1.IMG
UNIT
2
2
FSIZE
6
8
RSIZE
512
512
FFBY
512
0
EOF
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A one- to ten-character entry specifying the filename and
type.
UNIT
System disk unit number (DP0:, DP1:, DP2:, DP3:) on which
the file resides.
FSIZE
A one- to ten-character decimal entry indicating the number
of blocks allocated to the file.
RSIZE
A one- to six-character decimal entry indicating the number
of bytes in a record.
FFBY
A one- to six-character decimal entry indicating the first free
byte in the last block of the file.
EOF
A one- to ten-character decimal entry indicating the end of
file block number.
DISK ADDR
A one- to ten-character octal entry indicating the starting
address of the file on the disk.
The total number of files printed, as well as the total number of
disk sectors used by these files, are accumulated and printed by
file-type.
n
Sum of the FSIZE field for all the files of a file-type requested
by a parameter of the LIST command.
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m
Decimal number that represents the total number of files
requested by a parameter of the LIST command.
If, during the search of the system file directories, file catalogs
are found to contain no files, this information is saved until all
the parameters of the LIST command have been completed.
Restriction
You cannot print /EX file information for licensed fonts, logos, or
secured files.
LIST /SORT
Use this command to sort a list of files by file-type to print.
Sorts up to 3,600 filenames. On large disk volumes, sort files by
their file-type.
Syntax
Parameters
LIST [disk-id][file-id]/SORT, filename[.file-type]
disk-id
Identifies the system disk (DP0:, DP1:, DP2:, or DP3:)
containing the file-ids to be printed.
file-id
Specifies the file as filename.file-type. If you do not specify
one, the default is all the files in the directory. You can use
masking.
filename[.file-type]
Specifies a disk file containing the alphabetically sorted list of
tape files. The default file-type is .TMP.
Example
LIST DP0: *.SYS/SORT, SYSFIL.TMP
This command creates a file called “SYSFIL.TMP” on the DP0:
disk. The filenames in SYSFIL.TMP are sorted in alphabetical
order, and SYSFIL.TMP is printed. If the printing of the sorted
records is interrupted, then the file SYSFIL.TMP lists only the
printed filenames.
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LOGON
Use this command to log on to the LPS at levels 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5
and to change the logon passwords.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
LOGON logon-level [password]
logon-level
Specifies the logon level as 2, 3, 4, or 5.
password
1- to 15-character string which consists of any characters
(including leading, nested, or trailing blanks) on the
keyboard. You can change the default passwords.
Level assignments
Table 1-13 shows the assignments for each logon level.
Logon levels and default passwords
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3
Reserved for Xerox analysts
4
Reserved for Xerox service representative
5
SECURITY
A user already logged into class level 2, 3, 4, or 5 can change the
password for that level by keying in LOGON with no parameters.
The system prompts for the new password.
If you change a password during a print job, the change takes
effect with the next print job.
Restrictions
The default passwords are uppercase. The passwords you create
may be uppercase, lowercase, or mixed case, but in order to use
the recommended entry form, passwords must be uppercase. All
passwords are case sensitive: the system recognizes a password
only if it is entered correctly in content and case.
The percent sign (%) character is not valid for passwords.
For additional information on file access, refer to Table 1-20 in
the “RCU” section of this chapter.
Change logon levels
You must always use a password to access a logon level higher
than the current level.
You may not need a password to move from a higher level to a
lower level, however, you must use a password to move from
level 5 to level 3 or 4
CAUTION: When you enter the LOGON command with the
logon level and the password on one line, the password is
captured in the DCU log if it is active. For greater security,
enter LOGON and the security level on one line, then wait for
the system to prompt you to enter the password. In this case,
the password is not captured on the DCU log.
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MOVE n [FILES|BLOCKS]
Use this command to physically position a tape or cartridge by a
specified number of files or blocks either forward or backward.
You can use MOVE during job processing, but you must stop
input first with STOP I. If no job is active, you can enter the
command directly.
This command operates on the tape or cartridge device that has
been assigned to the TAPE keyword using the SUBSTITUTE
DEVICE command.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
MOVE n [FILES|BLOCKS]
n
A decimal integer in the range -32768 to +32767. A positive
number indicates forward movement and a negative number
indicates backward movement. The default is 1.
FILES
Indicates positioning by files. A positive n moves the tape
forward over n tape marks unless end-of-volume (EOV)
terminates the tape movement. A negative n moves the tape
backward over n tape marks unless BOT terminates the tape
movement. File positioning is the default.
BLOCKS
Indicates positioning by blocks. A positive n moves the tape
forward over n interblock tape gaps unless EOT or a tape
mark terminates tape movement. A negative n moves the
tape backward over n blocks unless BOT or a tape mark
terminates tape movement.
Restrictions
If a job is in process when you invoke MOVE, the system
requests a CONTINUE I to resume.
Whenever a tape move is halted by reaching a tape mark, the
tape is always positioned at the block one greater than the
absolute block number of the tape mark. This is done regardless
of the direction of the move.
MOVE BLOCKS is not allowed if ABNORMAL SECURITY=YES is
coded in the job descriptor library of the report being processed.
Recommendation
Use REWIND rather than TAPE [CARTRIDGE] REWIND after you
issue the MOVE command.
MOVE #entry-string
Use this command to reorder entries in the queue. This
command processes entries in the left to right order. You can
reorder entries that have a queued or held status. Active entries
have already been passed to output so you cannot reorder them.
Syntax
MOVE # entry-string [BEFORE|AFTER] #entry
or
MOVE # entry-string [TOP|BOTTOM]
Parameters
#entry-string
Specifies an entry in the #n, #n-m, or #(n-m,o,p-r) format.
#n
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Specifies a single entry. Must be an integer between 1
and 65,535.
#n-m
Specifies one set of multiple entries. n and m must be
integers between 1 and 65535. All entries between n
and m inclusive are passed to output.
#(n-m,o,p-r)
Specifies multiple sets of entries. Values must be
integers between 1 and 65535. All entries n to m
inclusive, o, and p to r inclusive, are passed to output.
Parenthesis are required around the string. Commas
without spaces are required between string elements.
#entry
Specifies a single entry. Entry must be an integer
between 1 and 65535. The entry-string entries are placed
before or after this entry.
BEFORE
Places the entry-string entries before the #entry.
AFTER
Places the entry-string entries after the #entry.
TOP
Places the entry-string entries at the beginning of the
active queue.
BOTTOM
Places the entry-string entries at the end of the active
queue.
Restrictions
To successfully move an entry in the queue, it must have a status
of either queued or held. If you specify multiple entries to be
moved, they must all have the same status. For example, all
entries must be queued or all held; you cannot intermix them.
Moving an entry in the report queue may not necessarily imply
the order that it is scheduled because of its position in the
queue. For example:
•
If the schedule mode is by resource, moving one or more
entries to the TOP of the report queue only ensures that they
are scheduled next within the context of their attribute type,
such as the primary.
•
If the schedule mode is by order received, entries are
scheduled based on their position in the queue.
For more information on how to use the MOVE # command
refer to the XEROX 4850/4890 HighLight Color LPS System
Programming and Administration Guide.
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OCS
Use the OCS (operator communications subsystem) command to
display system version information.
Logon level
Syntax
Level 1.
OCS
The system displays the information shown in figure 1-9 but not
necessarily in the format shown.
Figure 1-9.
System version display
System version Vx.x x.x;
OCS version xxxxx;
Command table version xxxx;
System class 4;
Disk ID xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
OFFLINE
Use this command to move the LPS from online to offline status.
After you enter this command, online input data may not be
transmitted to the LPS.
Logon level
Syntax
Levels 1 through 5.
OFFLINE
ONLINE
Use this command to prepare the printer for online direct
channel attachment data transmission. The system displays:
HostNrdy
in the upper right corner of the screen until you enter a START
command.
Logon level
Syntax
Levels 1 through 5.
ONLINE
PQA
Use this command to run Print Quality Adjustment (PQA) so the
loaded inks are ready for printing.
Logon level
Levels 1 through 5.
PQA
Use this command to display current settings.
Syntax
PQA
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PQA CONTINUE or STOP
Use this command to initiate PQA with current or operator
determined settings and parameters.
Syntax
Parameters
PQA [CONTINUE|STOP] [,papertray|,cluster] [,S|,D]
CONTINUE
Resumes printing the job automatically after PQA completes.
On dual stacker systems, do not use automatic tray switching
with this option.
STOP
Does not resume printing the job after PQA completes. The
printer cycles down to allow you to remove PQA scratch
sheets or to reload the correct stock for the print job. STOP
is the default for the first PQA run after a sysgen.
papertray
Specifies a number from 1 to 4 indicating the tray you want
to use for PQA. The default tray after a sysgen is 1.
cluster
Specifies the cluster with the stock to use for PQA. Must be
a valid clustername and must have current trays defined.
S
Specifies simplex printing of PQA scratch sheets.
D
Specifies duplex printing of PQA scratch sheets. Duplex is
recommended, and is the default after a sysgen.
PQA CANCEL
Use this command to cancel entered, but not yet run, PQA
command.
Syntax
PQA CANCEL
Refer to the Xerox 4890 HighLight Color LPS Operator Guide for
more information on the PQA command.
PQA START
Use this command to initiate PQA using current settings.
Syntax
PQA START
PROBLEM
Use this command to log system problems and generate the sixdigit dispatch code requested by the LPS service representative.
Respond to the prompts that display.
Logon level
Syntax
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PROBLEM
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PSC
The LPS automatically executes PSC (printer subsystem
controller) each time you boot the LPS. PSC initializes the
printed wire board assemblies (PWBAs) and loads the software
they execute during printing operations. In general, the
automatic PSC at system start up is the only PSC needed. If the
LPS displays a board error, this command can reinitialize any
PWBA except the SCSI PWBA. The SCSI PWBA is initialized
during the booting of the system and cannot be initialized using
this command.
Logon level
Syntax
Levels 2 through 5.
The syntax can be entered in two ways: single device
initialization and multiple device initialization.
For single device initialization:
PSC [CSI|RIP [0|1|2|3]|AIP|CRIB|SCSI]
For multiple device initialization:
PSC [CSI],[RIP [0|1|2|3]],[AIP],[CRIB],[PSC],[SCSI]
Parameters
No parameters entered
Prepares all configured PWBA boards except the SCSI board
for LPS operations.
CSI
Prepares the CSI board for LPS operations.
RIP:0:1:2:3
Prepares the specified RIP boards for LPS operations.
AIP
Prepares the AIP board for LPS operations.
CRIB
Prepares the CRIB board for LPS operations.
SCSI
Displays the current status and firmware level of the SCSI
board.
Should you encounter an error, refer to the Xerox 4850/4890
HighLight Color LPS Message Guide.
PSTATUS
Use this command or press <PRINTER STATUS> to verify the
status of the printer.
Logon level
Syntax
Restrictions
Levels 1 through 5.
PSTATUS
Expect a delay of a few seconds when you request the status
during printing because displaying status information is a lower
priority than printing operations. Specifically, responses are
delayed until end-of-report processing is reported.
If you invoke this command when the printer is not cycling, tray
status displays according to the current feed command. The
next page to print is not considered. For example, if the current
feed command is a cluster command with mixed tray (paper)
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sizes, the cluster tray that displays may not be the cluster tray
with the correct paper for the currently active job.
If the feeder is switching trays frequently, the status display may
show falsely that no trays are ready (all are in use).
If the communication between the printer and the system
controller is lost (because the printer is powered off, in
diagnostics mode, or due to a system error) the PSTATUS display
may be inaccurate.
Figure 1-10.
Printer status display
Paper trays:
Output Trays:
Feed Tray
Tray 1 8.5 X 11
Tray 2 8.5 X 14
IN USE
READY
Tray 3 8.5 X 11
Tray 4 8.5 X 11
READY
READY
Stitcher:
READY
Xerographic Mode:
Attention light:
Blade:
SELECT: AUTO
Tray 1 IN USE
HIGHLIGHT
Dry Ink Color: RED
ENABLED, STEADY
DISABLED
Darkness
(Lightest=1, Darkest=7)
Black 4
Color 4
Figure 1-11.
Printer status display with bypass transport
Paper trays:
Feed Tray
Output Trays:
SELECT: AUTO
Tray 1 8.5 X 11
Tray 2 8.5 X 14
Tray 3 8.5 X 11
IN USE
READY
READY
Tray 4 8.5 X 11
READY
Bypass Transport:
Xerographic Mode:
Attention light:
Blade:
Tray 1 IN USE
READY
HIGHLIGHT
Dry Ink Color: RED
ENABLED, STEADY
DISABLED
Darkness
(Lightest=1, Darkest=7)
Black 4
Color 4
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SYSTEM COMMANDS
The following is a description of the fields of the displays
Feed tray
Status display
Ready
In Use
Not Ready
Output trays
Status display
AUTO
tray number
TRAY
Feed
Shows the modes for the feed trays.
Table 1-14.
Table 1-15.
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Feed modes
Status display
Meaning
LPS status
MAIN
AUTO
AUX
tray number
cluster name
The tray designated MAIN is the feed tray.
Automatic switching between feed trays.
The auxiliary tray is the feed tray.
The specified tray is the feed tray.
The trays assigned to the cluster are the feed
trays.
N/A
Meaning
Tray is in a ready state.
Tray is currently being used.
Tray is in an unusable state.
Meaning
Automatic selection of output tray.
Tray for output specified by operator.
Sample specified by operator.
N/A
N/A
N/A
Tray #
Shows the feed trays configured for the system.
Size
Shows the size of paper loaded in the feed tray.
Status
Shows the status of each feed tray.
Feed trays status
LPS status
Ready
Selected
Busy
Jammed
Broken
Empty
Select:
Shows the mode selected for the output tray.
Table 1-16. Output Modes
LPS status
N/A
N/A
N/A
Tray #
Shows the output trays configured for the system.
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Status
Shows the status of each output tray.
Table 1-17.
In Use
Jammed
Stitcher
Status display
Bypass Transport
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Output trays status
Status display
Meaning
LPS status
Ready
Empty Me
Output tray can receive sheets. If the printer is
in SEL AUTO mode, this tray is selected when
the other tray becomes full.
The printing system is in SEL AUTO mode, and
the output tray can receive sheets. However, it
is not completely empty and is not selected
automatically.
Ready
Empty
Ready
Ready
Not Ready
Output tray is not ready.
Full
Output tray is completely full. If the tray is
selected via SEL n and CONTINUE is pressed,
up to 11 sheets are delivered to the tray before
the tray full condition causes the LPS to cycle
down.
Sheets are currently being delivered to this tray.
Output tray is jammed.
Broken
Offset
Failure
Full
Meaning
Selected
Jammed
Displays the status for the stitcher.
Table 1-18. Stitcher status
LPS status
Ready
Stitcher is ready to stitch.
Able To Stitch
Out of Wire
Fault
Stitcher is ready to stitch but is out of wire.
Stitcher is not ready to stitch.
Low Wire
Stitcher is ready to stitch but wire supply is low.
Out Of Wire
Unable To
Stitch
Able To Stitch
Displays the status for the bypass transport.
Table 1-19. Bypass transport status
Status display
Meaning
LPS status
Ready
Out of Wire
Fault
Stitcher is ready to stitch.
Stitcher is ready to stitch but is out of wire.
Stitcher is not ready to stitch.
Able To Stitch
Out Of Wire
Unable To
Stitch
Low Wire
Stitcher is ready to stitch but wire supply is low.
Able To Stitch
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SYSTEM COMMANDS
Xerographic Mode
Black
Darkness
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Restriction
Displays the status for the xerographic mode.
Table 1-20.
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Xerographic
mode
Status display
Meaning
LPS status
Highlight
Printer is currently printing in highlight color
mode.
Printer is not currently printing in highlight color
mode.
N/A
Dry Ink color
Displays the color of dry ink currently in the printer.
Attention blade
Displays that the spots blade is enabled or disabled.
N/A
Displays the range of darkness possible and the current setting of
darkness for both color and black.
PURGE
Use this command to overwrite deleted files with a meaningless
pattern. Any deleted file (including sensitive files) may still be
accessed by a system knowledgeable user until the files are
overwritten. PURGE also erases the contents of the print file.
Levels 1 through 5. May be restricted with RCU.
PURGE [D|P|F|disk-unit #]
D
Purges the entire disk including the print file.
P
Purges only the print file.
F
Purges the entire disk excluding the print file.
disk-unit #
Purges the specific disk.
If the system was not rebooted after turning Data Capture on
following the last system generation, the system may hang during
PURGE and require a reboot. Prevent this situation by rebooting
the system immediately after turning Data Capture on, or by
turning Data Capture off before running PURGE and turning Data
Capture back on when PURGE has completed.
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RCU
Use this command to restrict the use of system commands and
tasks (PDL, FDL, OSDS, and so on) to the specified logon class.
The system commands and task names are restricted by relating
them to the classes previously defined in the LOGON command.
To use a specific system command, you must be logged on to a
class level equal to or greater than the user-defined (or default)
restriction level.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 2 through 5. May be restricted to higher logon classes
with RCU.
RCU command[,class]
command
Specifies the command to be authorized or restricted. Some
commands cannot be restricted.
class
Specifies the lowest logon class allowed to use the
command. If omitted, the current class level for that
command displays.
Restrictions
You cannot restrict the use of a command to a level higher than
the current logon class.
You cannot change the class level of a command unless you are
authorized to use that command.
Table 1-20 shows the classes of file access available. The
following are descriptors for the fields in the table.
Record editing
Specifies whether records in a file may be edited.
File delete
Specifies whether a file may be deleted with an editor or OSS
DELETE command.
File copy to disk
Specifies whether a file may be copied to system disk with an
editor or OSS COPY command.
File secure
Specifies limited access to a file to a logon level 5 user only.
User file
Specifies whether a file can be backed up using COPY
TAPE/CARTRIDGE WRITE LABEL ALL or FLOPPY SAVE ALL.
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SYSTEM COMMANDS
REALLOCATE
Use the REALLOCATE command to set the size of the print file
on the system disk. The print file size should be at least 400
cylinders. The print file is assigned 400 cylinders during system
generation, but you may need to increase its size in order to
meet your installation requirements. You can increase or
decrease the print file size any time the system is idle.
If you enter a parameter, you will not receive system prompts
during the reallocation process. The warning messages which
inform you not to disturb the process still display. The size of
the current print file is not displayed. The system informs you of
the number of cylinders allocated and the number of cylinders
actually usable by input and output. The system maintains and
updates a permanent record of all unusable cylinders. These
unusable cylinders are unavailable until the disk is reformatted
during a full system generation. If the print file size is less than
400 cylinders or is too small for the job, the engine cycles up
and down. This is not desirable.
Logon level
Syntax
Print file parameters
Levels 2 through 5.
REALLOCATE [ddd|?|!] [,nnn|?|!]
No parameters entered
Starts the interactive process.
ddd
Specifies the cylinder size for the new print file. If ddd is
larger than the largest print file that REA can make, it makes
the largest size print file it can. Must be equal to or greater
than the minimum configuration for your system.
?
Creates up to the default size for the print file if one does
not exist. If a print file already exists, a print file of the same
size is created. The default size is 400 cylinders. This
command is specifically for use in the SYSGEN.CMD file.
!
Creates a default size print file even if one already exists.
Raster disk file parameters
The Raster disk file is used to hold pages that the system cannot
process through the character dispatcher/image generator circuits
in normal processing time. When a line has too many characters
and it takes longer than normal for the Character dispatcher/
image generator process, the whole page is made into an image
file. Print file data is sent through the Character dispatcher/image
generator, and the image files stored in the Raster disk file are
sent through the graphics video generator circuits of the
controller. The process does not require the page sync and line
sync as is required for normal character dispatcher/image
generator processing. This file will also hold pages in the image
format if multiple copies are required.
nnn
Creates a file size of n cylinders, subject to a minimum or
maximum value. The default size of the raster disk file is the
cylinder value which equates to 32,768 sectors; the minimum
size is also the cylinder value. If nnn is specified as 0, the
current raster disk file size will be deleted, but no new file
will be created. Any other value of nnn less than minimum
size results in an error message and no reallocation of any
files.
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SYSTEM COMMANDS
?
Creates the file only if it does not exist and creates a default
size.
!
Recreates the default size whether one exists or not.
Default
Recommendations
The default (and minimum) size of the raster disk file is the
cylinder value which equals 32,768 sectors.
Manage cylinders so that the required minimum print file sizes
are maintained in order to assure printing without input or
output processing lock-up. REALLOCATE processing enforces
the minimum print file sizes shown in table 1-21.
Minimum print file sizes
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Reallocation may terminate with the message:
PRINT FILE TOO SMALL.
The message indicates that the print file has not been created
because there is not enough available space. Correct this
problem by deleting any unnecessary files on the Print File Disk;
then rerun COMPRESS and REA. The Print File Disk is DP0: if the
system is a single disk system, or DP1: if the system is a multidisk system.
If n is 0, the current raster file size is deleted, but no new file is
created. A value less than the minimum size results in an error
message and reallocation does not occur.
You can use the following command to prevent local density
fixes on your LPS:
REALLOCATE ?, 0
The REALLOCATE interactive dialogue does not allow you to
change the size of the raster file.
Do not interrupt the reallocation process: interruption can make
sections of the disk unusable until the next completed
reallocation.
The ddd value should be at least 400. A high ddd value helps
prevent disk saturation. The ddd value must also leave at least
50 cylinders of free space on the disk.
Refer to the Xerox 4850/4890 HighLight Color LPS System
Programming and Administration Guide for more information
regarding the use of the REALLOCATE command.
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REPORT
Use this command to generate customer billing reports, system
activity reports, and user accounting reports. The report header
includes the system type, time, date, customer ID (disk ID), and
the machine ID.
•
REPORT USER provides user and system activity information
for the specified user account. The customer billing report
summarizes billing information by retrieving billing meter
information from the printer's non-volatile memory (NVM).
•
REPORT ACTIVITY provides system activity information for all
user accounts. The system activity report summarizes system
activity by retrieving information from the system activity log
file.
•
REPORT BILLING provides page count information on:
— Total print job output
— Subtotal output produced by the black and highlight
xerographic modes
— Total output produced by the diagnostic mode.
The user accounting report summarizes the user accounting
information by retrieving information from the user
accounting log file.
The customer billing, user accounting, and system activity reports
print in the system portrait font P0612$.FNT by default. You can
specify another font by creating a DFLT.SYS file which consists of
any or all of these records:
BLRPTF = font-id (specifies customer billing font)
ACRPTF = font-id (specifies activity report font)
SARPTF = font-id (specifies system activity font).
The font specified must be fixed pitch, portrait, and 12 point or
smaller.
You can output the three reports as follows:
•
Display report on the keyboard/display.
•
Print report.
•
Display and print the report.
•
Print report and clear the information in the log files (system
activity and user accounting reports only).
•
Display report, print report, and clear the information in the
log file (system activity and user accounting reports only).
Successful delivery includes any user-specified point of delivery,
and any dynamically diverted sheets. Dynamically diverted sheets
are those diverted to the sample tray because of an output jam
and transparencies diverted to the sample tray. Sheets purged
after restart are not counted.
Logon level
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Syntax
REPORT [ACTIVITY|USER] [,PRINT] [,DISPLAY] [,CLEAR]
or
REPORT [BILLING] [,PRINT] [,DISPLAY]
Parameters
BILLING, ACTIVITY, USER
Required parameter that specifies the report type.
DISPLAY
Displays the report on the system controller display.
DISPLAY, PRINT
Prints the report.
CLEAR
Resets system values to zero after printing or displaying the
report.
Machine serial number
After you run a full sysgen or reformat the system disks, the first
time you enter the REPORT command, the 4890 prompts you to
enter the 9-character machine serial number located on a silver
metal plate inside the front right-hand door of the printer. If
your entry is valid, the information is saved in the file
MCHID$.SYS. You receive a prompt only once for the machine
serial number. If the file MCHID$.SYS is not on the system, you
receive a prompt for the machine serial number each time you
run the REPORT utility.
Syntax
Parameters
AAAnnnnnn
AAA
Specifies the product code. The value can be any uppercase
alphanumeric character.
nnnnnn
Specifies the unique serial number for the machine. The
value can be any numeric character.
RESET
Use this command to stop all system processing activity. RESET
removes all print jobs from the job queue and cycles any pages
in the printer paper path to the print tray. When you display the
queue, all of these reports show a status of RESET. The system
remains in an idle state until you enter the next command.
If the input device is tape, the tape remains positioned as it was
when the RESET command executed.
Due to the powerful and abrupt nature of the RESET command,
you may wish to restrict use of this command with RCU to levels
2 and 5. Refer to the “Restrict file access and command usage”
section of chapter 4 for more information.
CAUTION: RESET can cause substantial data loss. Check with
your system administrator before entering the RESET command.
To terminate a job before it completes, enter the ABORT
command rather than the RESET command.
Logon level
Syntax
Levels 1 through 5.
RESET
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Restrictions
If RESET executes during job processing, accounting data is
recorded in the system accounting file only for reports
completely processed and printed.
You may need to enter HIP START after the system has fully reset
to resume processing and printing jobs in the HIP queue.
For systems configured with a stitcher/stacker, if RESET executes
while a job is in process, the system holds a few sheets in the
stitching tray. These sheets are released at the start of the next
job.
REVIEW
Use this command to review a specified file, each file of a
specified file type, a specified set of files, or a specified set of file
types with the option to delete each file. The filenames display
one at a time. You can advance to the next file by pressing
<ENTER>, delete a file by entering D, or exit the display
process by entering the X command.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
REVIEW [disk-id] {file-type|file-id}[,file-type,...|,file-id,...]
disk-id
Specifies the system disk (DP0:, DP1:, DP2:, DP3:) that
contains the specified directory.
file-type
Specifies the file-type of the file to be reviewed.
file-id
Specifies the file as filename.file-type. (Masking can be
used.)
Examples
This command is not order sensitive. Filenames can be listed in
any order. They can be combined with file types, in any order.
REVIEW DP0: CMD
This command allows you to review each file in DP0: that has a
file type of CMD.
REVIEW TEST.FRM
This command allows you to review the file TEST.FRM no matter
on which disk it resides.
REVIEW TEST.FRM,CMD
This command allows you to review the file TEST.FRM and then
each file that has a file type of CMD no matter on which disk
they reside.
REVIEW CMD,TEST.FRM
This command allows you to review each file that has a file type
of CMD and then the file TEST.FRM no matter on which disk they
reside.
Restrictions
To delete a file from the system, you must have the logon level
required.
You cannot delete any filename containing a period or dollar
sign. The system displays the following message:
*PROTECTED*
Any other response (for example, pressing the space bar) saves
the file and the next file name being displayed.
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REWIND
When a tape or cartridge job completes (including jobs with the
single report option), rewind the tape or cartridge by either
entering this command or by taking the drive offline and
performing a manual rewind.
This command operates on the tape or cartridge device that has
been assigned to the TAPE keyword using the SUB DEV
command.
Use REWIND rather than TAPE REWIND after issuing the MOVE
command. (The MOVE command followed by the TAPE REWIND
command can result in the misleading message, “Tape went
offline during operation.” In this case, you should ignore the
message.
Logon level
Syntax
Levels 1 through 5.
REWIND
RNAME
Use this command to change the name of a file. Rename files
one at a time.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
RNAME old-file-id new-file-id
old-file-id
Specifies the current filename.
new-file-id
Specifies the filename.file-type to replace the old-file-id.
Restriction
If you specify only the filename, the file-type remains the same.
SAMPLE
Use this command to request a sample print while a job is
printing, or to print a form, logo, image file, or font set when the
system is idle. Each sample print of graphics provides a
descriptor page. When a job is printing, the next page to be
printed is delivered to an output tray and another copy to the
sample tray. Use samples to check the job‘s print quality and
alignment. If the system is idle, you must identify the file that
you want to sample.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
SAMPLE filename1|mask [.FRM|.FNT|.LGO] [,D]
[,copies][,INKS=ink-name|(ink-name[,ink-name,...])]
|filename2.file-type2]
filename1
Specifies the name of the file you want to sample.
mask
A generic filename that selects multiple files for printing.
Within the mask, one or more question marks (?), asterisks
(*), or a combination of both are substituted for valid
characters. An asterisk or question mark equals any
character. If the last character of the mask is an asterisk,
characters in subsequent positions equal the asterisk. If the
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last character of the mask is a question mark, files with names
longer than the mask are not sampled.
D
Duplex prints the file or files on both sides of the page. The
default is simplex unless you are sampling multiple files.
copies
Specifies the number of copies to print. The default is 1
copy.
INKS
Specifies use of the following inks to sample print the files.
ink-name
Specifies the ink to use to sample print the files. If you
specify more ink-names than listed in the file‘s ink list, the
extra ink-names are ignored. Inkname must be specified
within single quotes. Each ink-name may be up to 72
characters long. The default catalog-name is the system
default ink catalog. The default palette-name is the system
default palette.
filename2
Names the file that lists the inks to override the
corresponding inks in the printed file‘s ink list.
file-type2
Must be .TMP or .MSC.
When you use SAMPLE*.FRM to print multiple forms, the form
name prints in the upper right corner of the form. Regardless of
the form orientation, the name prints portrait.
The override ink list is specified for multiple font, form, or logo
file samples to prevent primary color mismatch conditions.
SAMPLE filename1.TST
Use this command to print up to 32,767 copies of a form.
Logon level
syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
SAMPLE filename1.TST[,D] [INKS=[ink-name|(ink-name
[,ink-name],...)|filename2.file-type2]
filename1
The name of the form file in the FRM library.
TST
Specifies multiple copies of the form file.
D
Specifies duplex printing.
INKS
Specifies the following inks to override the corresponding
inks specified in the printed file‘s ink list. The following inks
are specified in the command line or in the filename2.filetype file.
ink-name
Specifies inks that override the corresponding inks listed in
the printed file‘s ink list. You can omit ink-names in this
parameter, but a comma must replace each ink-name you
omit in order to maintain the relative position of the
following ink references. If you specify more ink-names than
are listed in the file‘s ink list, the extra ink-names are ignored.
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You must specify the ink-name within single quotes. Each
ink-name is up to 72 characters long. The default catalogname is the system default ink catalog. The default palettename is the system default palette.
filename2
Names the file that lists the inks to override the
corresponding inks in the printed file‘s ink list.
file-type2
Must be .TMP or .MSC.
The specified form prints repeatedly until you issue the STOP or
ABORT command.
If you entered SELECT n, SAMPLE, the copies are delivered to an
output stacker tray. Otherwise, the copies go to the sample tray.
Examples
To override the corresponding inks specified in the ink list of a
color form:
SAM COLOR.TST,INKS=(‘XEROX BLUE’,‘BLACK’)
or
SAM COLOR.TST,INKS=NEWINK.TMP
where NEWINK.TMP file specifies the following inks:
‘BLUE’,
‘XEROX.XEROX BLUE’,
‘XEROX.XEROX.LIGHT GRAY’,
SAMPLE [filename|mask].IMG
Use this command to sample print .IMG files. The extended
options describe the horizontal and vertical positioning,
orientation and scaling of the image to print. For each graphic
you specify, the SAMPLE command prints two pages: the first
page is an image; the second is a descriptor page containing
metric data.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
SAMPLE [filename1|mask][.IMG][,D][,copies][,([vpos[in|cm
|dots]],[hpos[in|cm|dots]][[,L | ,P][,n[/d]])[,INKS = ink-name
|(ink-name[,ink-name],...)| filename2.file-type2]
filename1
Identifies the graphic to be sampled.
mask
A generic filename that selects multiple graphic files. Within
the mask, one or more question marks (?), asterisks (*), or a
combination of both are substituted for legal alphanumeric
characters. The name of each .IMG file on the disk is
compared to the mask and a sample of the graphic is printed
for each equal comparison. In filename comparison, an
asterisk or question mark equals any character. If the last
character of the mask is an asterisk, characters in subsequent
positions equal the asterisk. If the last character of the mask
is a question mark, files with names longer than the mask are
not sampled. Samples are automatically sent to the output
stacker tray.
D
Specifies duplex printing. Prints the graphic image on the
front of the page, and the statistical information of the
graphic on the back of the page. The default is simplex.
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copies
Specifies the number of copies to print. The default is 1
copy.
vpos
Specifies the vertical position of the top edge of the graphic,
relative to the physical page origin in dots, centimeters (cm),
or inches (in), specified as a decimal number with up to three
digits to the right of the decimal point. If you do not specify
units, inches are assumed. The default is top left.
hpos
Specifies the horizontal position of the left edge of the
graphic relative to the physical page origin. The form of this
specification (cm, in, or dots) is the same as for vpos. The
default is top left.
L and P
Specifies a position reference orientation (landscape or
portrait) for the graphic. The file header may specify the
default orientation; otherwise, the default is portrait.
n/d
Specifies the reference scale factor. Each parameter, n and d,
must be an integer between 1 and 8 inclusive, resulting in a
reference scale factor between 1/8 and 8 inclusive. The
reference allowing a reference scale factor is multiplied with
that specified at the time the graphic was digitized, and the
product is rounded to the nearest integer in the range 1 to 8.
That integer becomes the effective scale factor with which
the graphic is imaged. If the reference scale factor specified
in the SAMPLE command is too large (so that the graphic
exceeds the page size), the specified reference scale factor is
flagged with an asterisk on the descriptor page and a
reference scale factor of 1 is used.
INKS
When followed by ink-names or a filename, these inks
override the corresponding inks specified in the printed files‘
ink list. These inks may be listed in the command line or in
filename2.file-type2 file.
ink-name
Specifies inks that override the corresponding inks in the ink
list of the form or logo files. If you omit an ink-name in the
list, you must use commas to maintain the relative
positioning of the remaining ink references. Extra ink-names
are ignored. You must specify the ink-name within single
quotes. Each ink-name may contain up to 72 characters.
The default catalog-name is the system default ink catalog.
The default palette-name is the system default palette.
filename2
Names the file that lists the inks to override the
corresponding inks in the printed file‘s ink list.
file-type2
Must be .TMP or .MSC.
The override ink list is specified for multiple graphic file samples
to prevent primary color mismatch conditions.
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Restrictions
All sample jobs, except form samples, are formatted for printing
using the default paper size specified at system generation.
(Form samples are formatted using the paper size specified by
the form if one is specified, or the default paper size specified at
system generation.)
You can sample an image only if the default paper size is larger
than the graphic image.
When sampling multiple forms or color palettes using a wildcard
specification, make sure that the FONTS command setting is 67
or higher, and that the FORMS command is set to 2. This
prevents errors resulting from insufficient memory.
A sample font prints only in black and white. Do not add color
parameters to a sample command that specifies a font file.
SAMPLE with parameters is not available during HIP printing.
You cannot print a sample if the document has fewer than three
pages or if ABNORMAL SECURITY=YES is coded in the job
descriptor library of the report being processed.
If you sample multiple font, form, or logo files without specifying
an override ink list, numerous mismatch conditions may occur.
Your system must be equipped with the GVG2 processor
hardware option in order to sample image files.
The system breaks large sample jobs (more than approximately
1,000 sampled files) into multiple print jobs.
Do not delete SAMCM1.CME. It is required for sampling files.
When Tape or Disk jobs are running, the SAMPLE command with
parameters is not allowed.
For non-English sysgens, use of the translated SAMPLE command
with optional position information does not work. (e.g. SAM
XVGHO.IMG,,,(.5in, .5in) Please use the English command.
Use the ink override option to prevent a job abort of the sample
print caused by an ink mismatch condition. Append to the
SAMPLE command INK= or INKS= followed by ‘ink-name’[,‘inkname’] or followed by filename.file-type.
SAMPLE ABCD.FRM,,2,INK=‘XEROX BLUE’
SAMPLE ABCD.LGO,D,10,INKS=TESTINK.TMP
TESTINK.TMP contains the following:
‘DFAULT.PICTORIAL.LIGHT GRAY’
‘DFAULT.PICTORIAL.MODERATE PINK’
‘DFAULT.PICTORIAL.RED’
‘DFAULT.PICTORIAL.BLACK’)
When you specify INKS, followed by a list of ink-names (an ink
list), be sure to enclose the list in parentheses (for example,
SAMPLE ABCD.IMG,INKS=(‘LIGHT BLUE’,‘DARK BLUE’)).
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SCALE
Use the SCALE command to convert files from 300 spi to 600
spi.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
SCALE input-filename.file-type1 [output-filename.file-type2]
[/al/bl/ol/5]
input-filename
Specifies the font (.FNT), form (.FRM) or logo (.LGO) file to
be converted to 600 spi.
file-type1
Specifies the file-type as .FNT, .FRM or .LGO.
output-filename
Specifies the name for the new 600 spi file.
file-type2
Specifies the file-type as .FNT or .FN6, .FRM or .FR6,.LGO or
.LG6, .MSC or .TMP; usually “6” is substituted for the last
character of the original file-type.
/a
Assigns a character width of 255, if there is an overflow in
the byte escapement.
/b
Bit doubles the font or logo bitmaps instead of using the
interpolation formula to scale the input file.
/o
Forces overwrite of output file, if it already exists.
/5
Forces creation of five-word FSTS.
Restriction
Using /a may cause certain large characters to overlap.
You cannot scale forms that contain boxes filled with tones of a
highlight primary color.
Make sure when scaling forms that all the components of the
form, including all inks, are available on the system disk.
SCHEDULE
Use this command to select the scheduling mode (single,
multiple, or received). The scheduling mode affects the order in
which reports print.
You can enter the #entry-string with this command to submit
documents immediately to output for printing once the current
documents in output are completed.
The SCHEDULE #entry-string command schedules reports for
printing even if the resources required to print it are not available
on the system. If you schedule a report, and it does require
resources that are not available (color, stitching, and so forth),
the system stops printing and waits for operator intervention:
change the ink, substitute inks, enable stitching, etc.
Logon level
Syntax
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SCHEDULE [SINGLE|MULTIPLE|RECEIVED|#entry-string]
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Parameters
No parameters entered
Displays the current scheduling mode and state.
SINGLE
Places all documents which use the loaded color ink (or
current ink substitutions), or wire if stitching is on, in the
active state. Holds all documents which do not.
MULTIPLE
Places all documents that use multiple color inks in the active
state.
RECEIVED
Places documents in the active state in the order they are
prepared by input processing.
#entry-string
Specifies an entry in the #n, #n-m, or #(n-m,o,p-r) format.
#n
Specifies a single entry. n must be an integer between 1
and 65535.
#n-m
Specifies one set of multiple entries. n and m must be
integers between 1 and 65535. All entries between n
and m inclusive, are passed to output.
#(n-m,o,p-r)
Specifies multiple sets of entries. n, m, o, p, and r must
be integers between 1 and 65535. All entries between n
and m inclusive, and p and r inclusive, are passed to
output. You must use parenthesis around the string and
commas without spaces between string elements.
SECURE
Use SECURE to deny access to the specified files from logon
levels 1 through 4.
The editor supports the security feature by maintaining the
security characteristics of files that it manipulates (such as a
renamed secured file retains its security characteristics). An
unsecured file that replaces a secured file makes the file
unsecured. However, if a secured font is referenced in a forms
source library (.FSL) file compiled at logon level 5, the .FSL file
and resulting .FRM file are not automatically secured. It is your
responsibility to secure the .FSL and .FRM files. Likewise, if you
copy a secured file to a new file or over an existing unsecured
file, the resulting file is unsecured.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 5 and higher.
SECURE filename.file-type
filename
A six-character name of a disk file.
file-type
One of these extensions: CMD, CME, FNT, FRM, FSL, IMG,
JDL, JSL, LGO, PDE, TST, STK, and LIB.
Refer to the “Change logon levels” section in the “LOGON”
section.
The following editor commands are affected by the secured file
feature: COPY, DELETE, FID, FILE, FIX, FLOPPY, GET, LIST,
MERGE, REVIEW, RNAME, and SAVE.
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Restriction
A secured file cannot be copied to tape.
Exceptions
If a font or logo file has been secured to a particular logon level,
the file cannot be copied or modified from lower logon classes.
It can, however, be made usable for printing with the FIX
command from any logon class.
The contents of a secured file are left in the working storage area
when it is manipulated by the editor. Issue a CLEAR command
when terminating an edit session to prevent unauthorized access.
This type of unauthorized access is not detected or reported.
SELECT
Use this command to specify the active output tray or to allow
the system to select it automatically. Manual tray selection
allows you to fill the selected tray. When full, the operating
system stops the printer. Automatic tray selection allows you to
fill the active tray. When full, the operating system automatically
changes to the alternate tray, thus allowing printing to continue
and providing for improved throughput due to the overlapped
operation.
For both selection modes, approximately 14 pages are delivered
to the previously active tray after a new tray selection is made.
Thereafter, pages are delivered to the new tray if it is ready.
The tray setting entered in the SELECT command remains in
effect until you enter another SELECT command.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
SELECT [1[,SAMPLE]|2[,SAMPLE]|E[,SAMPLE]|AUTO|TRAY]
1 or 2
Specifies tray 1 or 2, respectively. If the tray you select is not
ready, the printer cycles down and issues an appropriate
message. Whenever the tray you select is full, the printer
cycles down. Select tray 1 for the stitcher.
1 or 2 or E
Selects a specific tray by the tray number or by entering “E“
for the Bypass Transport (BT) Output device. With the
stitcher/stacker, tray 1 is the only valid tray number.
Example: SELECT 1
This command instructs the system to use tray 1 as the
output tray on a printer with a two-tray stacker.
Example: SELECT E
This command instructs the system to use Bypass Transport
Output device as the output tray.
Example: SELECT 1
This command instructs the system to use the stitcher stacker
as the output tray on a printer with a stitcher stacker.
SAMPLE
Selects the specified tray as the active tray to fill and assigns
the remaining tray as a logical sample tray. If the tray you
select is not ready, the printer cycles down and issues an
appropriate message. If you enter a SELECT command with
only a tray number (1 or 2), it cancels the SAMPLE option.
AUTO
Selects the alternate tray automatically when the active tray
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becomes full. Selects active tray if ready, or automatically
changes role of trays at initiation of printing.
TRAY
Directs printed output to the top sample tray until you enter
another SELECT command.
No parameters entered
Entering SELECT without an operand selects the alternate tray
but does not change the mode (such as if in AUTO, it
remains in AUTO; if specific, it remains so). The SAMPLE
option is not canceled if the SAMPLE option was previously
invoked to specify a tray as the logical sample tray. When
you enter SELECT without an operand, the alternate tray is
selected and the remaining tray becomes the sample tray. In
other words, the active tray and the sample tray change roles.
Any attempt to designate the stitcher/stacker as an alternate
sample destination (such as SELECT 1, SAMPLE, or SELECT 2,
SAMPLE) is unacceptable.
Restriction
If SELECT AUTO is entered when a BT Output device is attached
to the printer, the following (and existing) message is displayed:
OS1295 Destination trays not configured for this command
SEPARATE
Use this command to send the next output report processed to
the other output tray.
Logon level
Syntax
Levels 1 through 5.
SEPARATE [OFF]
Parameters
OFF
Disables SEPARATE processing.
Restrictions
A tray change occurs only if the new tray is ready (such as not
full or jammed). SEPARATE is disabled by one of the following:
•
End of report
•
SEPARATE OFF
•
Current tray fills before end of report
•
A SELECT command
•
SEPARATE remains in effect for the duration of the current
report. At end of report, the tray change occurs, and
SEPARATE is disabled until you request it again.
SET QUEUE DISPLAY
Use this command to specify the type of information to display
in the print queue. The option you specify remains in effect until
you change it again.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
SET QUEUE DISPLAY [BRIEF|FULL|CLASSIC]
BRIEF
Displays information in the BRIEF format.
CLASSIC
Displays information in the CLASSIC format.
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FULL
Displays information in the FULL format.
Refer to the “JOBS” section earlier in this chapter for examples of
each queue display format.
SETTIME
Use this command to set the system time and date.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 2 through 5.
SETTIME {[mm/dd/yy|mmm-dd-yy|dd-mmm-yy] [hh:mm[:ss]]}
mm
Month with a number between 1 and 12.
mmm
Month with a three-character abbreviation.
dd
Day of the month with one or two numbers.
yy
Last two digits of the year.
hh
Hour, using a 24-hour clock (military time). The system does
not accept a zero (0) as the first digit of this parameter.
mm
Minute of the hour.
ss
Seconds field (optional).
Restriction
You can enter this command only when the system is idle (such
as offline with no background tasks running, and not printing).
Changing the date and time using the SETTIME command may
affect the DCU logging in progress on the system. Loss of data
or unpredictable results may occur, especially when changing the
date forward in time and then back again.
@SETTMO
Use this command file to change the maximum period the
system waits before sending the DEVICE END status to the host.
Increase the maximum period if you receive INTERVENTION
REQUIRED errors at the host computer. Decrease the maximum
period if you are experiencing printer errors at the host.
After entry of this command, following the prompts allows you
to change the timeout intervals.
Logon level
Syntax
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Levels 1 through 5.
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SFC
The following are Status File Converter (SFC) commands.
SFC
Use this command to convert the QUE.SYS file to STAFIL.SYS.
Syntax
SFC
SFC SAVE
Use this command to gain access to the QUE.SYS data file and
copy it to a temporary file for storage or archival.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameter
Levels 1 through 5.
SFC SAVE [[filename][.file-type]]
filename
One to six alphanumeric characters specifying a temporary
file for storage of the QUE.SYS data file. The default is QUE
if you do not specify one.
file-type
Lets you specify .MSC as the temporary file. The default is
.TMP if you do not specify .MSC.
Restriction
SFC SAVE cannot be performed when there are unprinted entries
in the queue. It is solely to preserve the information of a job
after it printed.
SFC SFS DISPLAY
Use this command to convert the QUE.SYS file to STAFIL.SYS and
display the status file entries.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
SFC SFS DISPLAY [,SHORT|COMPLETE][,num]
SHORT
Displays the print queue database summary in the short
format, which lists the processed jobs. The short summary
format contains the following fields: BLOCK NO., JOB NO.,
REPORT NO., AND ENTRY STATUS.
COMPLETE
Displays all information in the print queue database summary,
one entry at a time.
num
Number of entries to display, where n and m are integers,
equal to or greater than one, and equal to or less than the
maximum number of entries in the print queue database.
n
First n entries.
m
Last m entries.
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n-m
All entries between n and m, inclusive. If n=m,
one entry displays.
only
n1;n2;...n10
Up to ten discrete entries, where n is the nth file entry or
a range of entries in the form n-m. You must specify
entries in ascending order.
SFC SFS filename
Use this command to convert the QUE.SYS file to STAFIL.SYS and
print a status report.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
SFC SFS filename [,[SIMPLEX|DUPLEX|TEST][,[c][,num]]]
No parameters entered
With no parameters entered, prints all entries.
filename
Specifies a user-created form file on disk, which has the
format and content of a status report. The file name may be
1 to 6 characters (A through Z, 0 through 9). The file
extension is .MSC and should not be specified. For more
information about this file, refer to the Xerox 4850/4890
HighLight Color LPS System Programming and Administration
Guide.
SIMPLEX
Prints the report on one side of the paper.
DUPLEX
Prints the report on both sides of the paper.
TEST
Prints only the report and column header information and
delivers it to the sample tray.
c
Number of copies to print. The default value is 1.
num
Number of entries printed as follows (must be equal to or
greater than one, and equal to or less than the maximum
number of entries in the print queue database):
n
First n entries.
-m
Last m entries.
n-m
All entries between n and m, inclusive.
n1;n2;...n10
Up to ten discrete entries, where n is the nth file entry,
or a range of entries n-m.
Restrictions
You must specify the entries in ascending order.
Avoid specifying an entry number [num] that does not exist in
the SFS command.
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SFC SFS HARDCOPY
Use this command to convert the QUE.SYS file to STAFIL.SYS and
print the status report.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
SFC SFS HARDCOPY [,[SHORT|COMPLETE] [,[SIMPLEX|DUPLEX]
[,copies][,num]]
SHORT
Prints the status report in the short format which specifies
the block number, the job number, the entry number, and
the entry status.
COMPLETE
Prints the status report in the long format.
SIMPLEX
Prints the status report on one side of the paper.
DUPLEX
Prints the status report on both sides of the paper.
TEST
Prints only the report and column header information and
delivers it to the sample tray.
copies
Number of copies requested.
num
Number of entries displayed, as follows:
n
First n entries.
-m
Last m entries
n-m
All entries between n and m, inclusive.
n1;n2;...n10
Up to ten entries, where n is the nth file entry, or a range
of entries n-m.
The values you specify must be equal to or greater than one,
and equal to or less than the maximum number of entries in
the print queue database.
Restrictions
You must specify entries in ascending order.
If requested entries have not been used (filled in), an error
displays (coded as SF9500).
You cannot specify discrete sets of entries with this command.
SFC SFS HOST
Use this command to convert the QUE.SYS file to STAFIL.SYS and
format the status file to transmit to a remote host. This
command does not actually transmit the file.
Logon level
Syntax
Levels 1 through 5.
SFC SFS HOST [,[fmt][,num]]
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Parameters
No parameters entered
Formats all entries for transmission.
fmt
Data format: EBCDIC or ASCII. The default is ASCII.
num
Number of entries displayed, as follows:
n
First n entries.
-m
Last m entries.
n-m
All entries between n and m, inclusive.
n1;n2;...n10
Up to ten discrete entries, where n is the nth file entry or
a range of entries n-m.
Restrictions
You must specify entries in ascending order.
The values you specify must be equal to or greater than one, and
equal to or less than the maximum number of entries in the print
queue database.
If requested entries have not been used (filled in), an error
displays (coded as SF9500).
You cannot specify discrete sets of entries with this command.
SFC SFS TAPE
Use this command to convert the QUE.SYS file to SYSFIL.SYS and
save the status file on a tape.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
SFC SFS TAPE [,[fmt][,[blk][,[den][,num]]]]
No parameters entered
Saves all entries.
fmt
Data format: EBCDIC or ASCII. The default is ASCII.
blk
Block length in bytes: 80, 256, or 512. The default is 256.
den
Tape density: 1600 or 6250. The default is 1600.
num
Number of entries saved, as follows:
n
First n entries.
-m
Last m entries.
n-m
All entries between n and m, inclusive.
Restrictions
The SFS tape is created for processing on your host computer; it
cannot be used by the LPS.
The values you specify must be equal to or greater than one, and
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equal to or less than the maximum number of entries in the print
queue database.
If requested entries have not been used (filled in), an error
displays (coded as SF9500).
You cannot specify discrete sets of entries with this command.
SFS
The following are Status File Service (SFS) commands.
SFS DISPLAY
Use this command to display print queue database entries. You
receive a prompt that allows you to continue or stop the display.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
SFS DISPLAY [,[SHORT|COMPLETE][,num]]
No parameters entered
Displays all entries.
SHORT
Displays the print queue database summary in the short
format which lists the processed jobs. The short summary
format contains the following fields: BLOCK NO., JOB NO.,
REPORT NO., and ENTRY STATUS.
COMPLETE
Displays all information in the print queue database summary,
one entry at a time.
num
Specifies the number of entries to display, where n and m are
integers. The values you specify must be equal to or greater
than one, and equal to or less than the maximum number of
entries in the print queue database.
n
First n entries.
m
Last m entries.
n-m
All entries between n and m, inclusive. If n=m, only one
entry displays.
n1;n2;...n10
Up to ten discrete entries, where n is the nth file entry or
a range of entries in the form n-m. You must specify
entries in ascending order.
SFS filename
Use this command to print the contents of the print queue
database in simplex or duplex.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
SFS filename [,[SIMPLEX|DUPLEX|TEST][,[c][,num]]]
No parameters entered
Prints all entries.
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filename
Specifies a user-created form file on disk, which has the
format and content of a status report. The file name may be
1 to 6 characters (A through Z, 0 through 9). The file
extension is .MSC and should not be specified. For more
information about this file, refer to the Xerox 4850/4890
HighLight Color LPS System Programming and Administration
Guide.
SIMPLEX
Prints the report on one side of the paper.
DUPLEX
Prints the report on both sides of the paper.
TEST
Prints only the report and column header information and
delivers it to the sample tray.
c
Number of copies to print. The default value is 1. Not valid
with the TEST parameter.
num
Number of entries printed as follows (not valid with the TEST
parameter):
n
First n entries.
-m
Last m entries.
n-m
All entries between n and m, inclusive.
n1;n2;...n10
Up to ten discrete entries, where n is the nth file entry,
or a range of entries n-m.
The specified values must be equal to or greater than one,
and equal to or less than the maximum number of entries in
the print queue database.
Restrictions
You must specify the entries in ascending order.
Avoid specifying an entry number [num] that does not exist in
the SFS command.
SFS HARDCOPY
Use this command to print a report of the print queue database
contents.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
SFS HARDCOPY [,[SHORT|COMPLETE] [,[SIMPLEX|DUPLEX]
[,copies] [,num]]]]
No parameters entered
Prints all entries.
SHORT
Prints the status report in the short format which specifies
the block number, the job number, the entry number, and
the entry status.
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COMPLETE
Prints the status report in the long format.
SIMPLEX
Prints the status report on one side of the paper.
DUPLEX
Prints the status report on both sides of the paper.
TEST
Prints only the report and column header information and
delivers it to the sample tray.
copies
Number of copies requested.
num
Number of entries displayed, as follows:
n
First n entries.
-m
Last m entries.
n-m
All entries between n and m, inclusive.
n1;n2;...n10
Up to ten entries, where n is the nth file entry, or a range
of entries n-m.
The values you specify must be equal to or greater than one,
and equal to or less than the maximum number of entries in
the print queue database.
Restrictions
You must specify entries in ascending order.
If requested entries have not been used (filled in), an error
displays (coded as SF9500).
You cannot specify discrete sets of entries with this command.
SFS HOST
Use this command to format the print queue database for
transmission to a remote host and save this host format file to
the LPS disk, using the file name SFASEB.MSC. The LPS to host
file transfer interface can then be used to transfer the file. (The
SFS HOST command does not send the print queue database file
to the host.)
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
SFS HOST [,[fmt][,num]]
No parameters entered
Formats all entries for transmission.
fmt
Data format: EBCDIC or ASCII. The default is ASCII.
num
Number of entries displayed as follows:
n
First n entries.
-m
Last m entries.
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n-m
All entries between n and m, inclusive.
n1;n2;...n10
Up to ten discrete entries, where n is the nth file entry or
a range of entries n-m.
Restrictions
You must specify entries in ascending order.
The values you specify must be equal to or greater than one, and
equal to or less than the maximum number of entries in the print
queue database.
If requested entries have not been used (filled in), an error
displays (coded as SF9500).
You cannot specify discrete sets of entries with this command.
SFS TAPE
Use this command to copy the print queue database to an LPSlabeled tape.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
SFS TAPE [,[fmt][,[blk][,[den][,num]]]]
No parameters entered
Saves all entries.
fmt
Data format: EBCDIC or ASCII. The default is ASCII.
blk
Block length in bytes: 80, 256, or 512. The default is 256.
den
Tape density: 1600 or 6250. The default is 1600.
num
Number of entries saved, as follows:
n
First n entries.
-m
Last m entries.
n-m
All entries between n and m, inclusive.
Restrictions
The SFS tape is created for processing on your host computer; it
cannot be read back into the LPS.
The values you specify must be equal to or greater than one, and
equal to or less than the maximum number of entries in the print
queue database.
If requested entries have not been used (filled in), an error
displays (coded as SF9500).
You cannot specify discrete sets of entries with this command.
SFS !
Use this command to abbreviate the SFS TAPE,EBCDIC,80,1600
command.
Logon level
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Levels 1 through 5.
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Syntax
SFS !
SFT
Use this command to transfer single files from a DSR tape to a
system disk drive. The system determines to which disk the file
is copied.
Logon level
Syntax
Level 2.
SFT
The system displays a menu of choices for the SFT command.
Choose the appropriate option from the menu.
Restrictions
SFT restores files only from tapes created with DSR.
You can copy only one file at a time from tape to disk.
When writing a file to disk, SFT deletes the file on the disk (if it
already exists) and writes the file from the DSR tape to the first
location on the disk which can accommodate the file's size.
Specify the full file name: SFT does not support wildcards.
Copying of .$Y$, .SAF, .SYS, .TSK, or .LOG files is not supported.
If two files have the same name on the DSR tape, SFT writes only
the first file to disk.
If a system disk is full, SFT writes the specified file to the next
disk.
The system disks must be structurally intact and consistent.
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SHOW QUEUE STATUS
Use this command to display the following print queue
information:
•
•
•
•
•
•
Logon level
Syntax
Example
Queue display mode
Queue Manager status
Schedule mode
Status of STITCH
Jobs in the input job queue
Documents queued for output processing.
Levels 1 through 5.
SHOW QUEUE STATUS
An example of the SHOW QUEUE STATUS display is shown in
figure 1-12.
Figure 1-12. SHOW QUEUE STATUS display
Queue status mm/dd/yy hh:mm:ss
Queue manager is xxxxxx
schedule mode is xxxx
System is OFF-LINE
Stitch off active
Job queue is xxxxxx
n reports queued requiring CYAN primary
n reports queued requiring MAGENTA primary
n reports queued requiring GREEN primary
n reports queued requiring BLUE primary
n reports queued requiring RED primary
n reports queued requiring multiple primary
n reports queued requiring stitching
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SPACE
The following commands are used to position reports and pages
during report printing.
SPACE n REPORTS
Use the SPACE command with the REPORTS option to position a
tape or cartridge by logical reports within the limits of the startof-job tape position and the end-of-data. First enter the START
command to initiate a job before you enter the SPACE
command.
This command operates on the tape or cartridge device that has
been assigned to the TAPE keyword using the SUB DEV
command.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
SPACE n REPORTS
n
Specifies a decimal integer in the range -32767 to +32767.
A positive number indicates forward report spacing, and a
negative number, backward spacing. The tape cannot be
positioned before the start-of-job tape position or after end-
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of-data. If the start-of-tape position is on another tape, the
tape cannot be positioned to it.
The range is -32767 to +32767.
REPORTS
Indicates positioning by logical report units.
Restrictions
Do not enter a SPACE n REPORTS command before the system
has begun processing the job, for example, before the system
prompts you to enter CON I. Doing so creates a blank queue
entry in the queue (a null report).
You can enter a SPACE command any time after initiating a job
provided that:
•
Input is stopped. Use the STOP INPUT command; it is
confirmed by the message INPUT STOPPED, or when the
system is suspended.
•
The START command did not specify the REPORTS option.
SPACE n PAGES
Use this command during report printing to position pages
forward and backward within the current report. During forward
page spacing, if output catches up with input, output displays a
message indicating that this has occurred and resumes spacing
when the catchup condition no longer exists. While output is
caught up, output accepts and processes other commands with
the exception of the SAMPLE command.
An accounting page is produced at the end of the report,
indicating that the page spacing was performed.
Prior to selecting the PAGE SPACE command, stop output via the
STOP or STOP O command. After the PAGE SPACE command,
resume printing via the CONTINUE or CONTINUE O command.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5
SPACE n PAGES
n
Specifies a decimal integer in the range -32767 to +32767.
A positive number spaces forward over n pages unless endof-report is encountered first. If encountered, no further
forward spacing is allowed until printing is resumed. A
negative value spaces backwards over n pages unless the
beginning is encountered. If encountered, no further
backward spacing is allowed until printing is resumed.
PAGES
Indicates positioning by page units.
Restrictions
A sample cannot be obtained during spacing.
Once you begin page spacing, you cannot stop it before the
specified number of pages have been spaced without aborting
the report.
The value n must include all pages, including the systemgenerated pages.
Page spacing is not executed when:
•
ABNORMAL SECURITY = YES is coded in the JDE/JDL in
effect. The system displays the following message:
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OS1420 SPACING NOT ALLOWED BY JDE
•
Current report is N-1. The system displays the following
message:
OS1421 SPACING NOT ALLOWED FOR N-1 REPORTS
•
Output is not stopped. The system displays the following
message:
OS2840 OUTPUT MUST BE STOPPED BEFORE PAGE SPACING CAN BE
DONE
•
Output is not currently working on a job. The system
displays the following message:
OS2715 COMMAND IGNORED...RETRY LATER
Backward spacing is not allowed if the system is printing the last
(or only) copy of a collated report.
For duplex printing, page spacing prints on the front and back of
each sheet. Therefore, if you enter an odd page count in a
space command, the total number of pages actually spaced is 1
greater. Page spacing logic counts physical sides of sheets; both
sides in duplex, only one side in simplex. No consideration is
given to logical pages on any physical side.
Example
Suppose a report requires 5 sheets in duplex, 10 sheets in
simplex, and each side consists of four logical pages (4-up) for a
total of 40 logical pages, and you issue a space command of 3
pages. In simplex, the system delivers 3 sheets, for a total of 12
logical pages. In duplex, the system increments the odd space
count to 4, such that 2 sheets will be delivered (16 logical
pages).
SST
Use this command to create a system software tape or cartridge.
You can also perform the following tasks:
•
Create backups of Xerox labeled tapes and cartridges,
primarily of system software tapes (SST) or system software
cartridges (SSC). (These are referred to as “offline” SST or
cartridges in the system prompts.)
•
Create backups of SST and cartridges which can be read from
your host and downloaded to the LPS. (These are referred to
as “online” SST or cartridges in the system prompts.)
•
Modify an SST or cartridge by deleting or replacing files on it.
•
Restore a file from the SST tape or cartridge to the LPS.
•
Copy the restored files to another SST tape or cartridge.
•
Delete the restored files from the LPS disk.
The SST tape or cartridge you create with SST is used to run a full
offline or online system generation.
Once you enter the command, the system prompts you with
menu choices.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
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Level 4 or 5.
SST
None to create backups, restore files to the LPS, copy restored
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ADD, DELETE, and MOVE allow you to modify files on the SST
tape or cartridge.
Add syntax
Add parameters
ADD /BF:n filename1 filename2
ADD
Adds a file that resides on the disk to the list. Provides the
following parameters:
/BF:n
Assigns a blocking factor from 1 to 16 to the added file.
filename1
Specifies the file in the list after which filename2 is to be
added. The filename1 may be the word BEGIN which adds
filename2 to the beginning of a list.
filename2
The file residing on the disk that is to be added to the list.
Add restriction
Delete Syntax
Delete Parameters
The ADD command does not include a date in the tape header.
DELETE filename
DELETE
Deletes the file from the list.
filename
Specifies the file name to be deleted from the list.
Move Syntax
Move Parameters
MOVE {BEGIN|filename1} filename2
MOVE
Moves a file from one position on the list to another.
BEGIN
Moves filename2 to the beginning of the list.
filename1
Moves filename2 after the specified filename.
filename2
Specifies the list of files to be moved.
Restrictions
You can copy 1 to 1350 files with SST or SSC.
The tape used to duplicate the original SST should be the same
density.
START [print-job]
Use the START command to submit print jobs. Use the various
options depending upon the input source and the output
destination. The print data will be read from the tape or
cartridge device that has been assigned to the TAPE keyword
using the SUB DEV command.
You can enter another START or a SAMPLE command while the
previous START command is executing.
Logon level
Syntax
Interpress syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
START[[jde-name][,[jdl-name][,[S|M][,copies[,REPORTS:r1,r2,...]]]]]
START [[jde-name],[jdl-name],,[copies],DISC:document-name]
jde-name
One- to six-character identifier for the job descriptor entry to
be used in processing the job. If you omit this entry, the
user-specified default (DFLT) of the job descriptor library is
used.
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jdl-name
One- to six-character identifier of the job descriptor library
for the print job. It must be listed in the jdl file directory. If
you omit this entry, the default jdl created by the user with
the identifier DFAULT in the PDL SYSTEM command is used.
S or M
For offline jobs, specifies single report (S) or multiple report
(M). The default is multiple report. Single report halts the
system after each report so you can select the job set-up
parameters for the next report by entering a new START
command. The accounting sheet refers to the report as
“REPORT 1.” If REPORTS is invoked with the S mode, the
REPORT overrides the S option. If multiple reports are listed
in the REPORTS option, all the reports are processed in
multiple report mode, except the last report, which is
processed in single report mode. Multiple report mode
allows all reports in all files to be processed continuously.
copies
Prints a specified number of copies of a report. Overrides
the value specified in the job descriptor entry and any DJDE
COPIES commands.
REPORTS:r1,r2...
For offline jobs, specifies the sequence of 1 to 14 reports to
be processed. Only reports specified are printed. r1,r2... are
numeric values or ranges of values representing the print
order of reports. A range is specified as n-m, where n and m
are the first and last reports in the range, respectively.
Entering REPORTS: 6,1-3,5,4 causes the sixth report to print
first, followed by 1 to 3, followed by 5 then 4. The REPORTS
option is also useful for printing one report of a multiple
report tape, saving the step of spacing over reports. Refer to
the SPACE command.
DISC: document-name
Specifies the name of the file created by the HIP CHANGE
command.
Examples
START J12,H2SYS
This command starts a print job using the H2SYS job
descriptor library and the job descriptor entry J12. It runs in
multiple report mode (by default) and prints the number of
copies as specified in the J12 job descriptor entry. The job
descriptor library, H2SYS, must reside in the JDL directory.
START J12,H2SYS,,5
This command is the same as the example above except that
that five copies are requested. The value entered for copies
overrides the value specified in the J12 job descriptor entry.
Note that a comma replaces the unspecified mode option;
therefore, the default mode, multiple report, takes effect.
START
No options are specified, so the START command defaults
take effect. The default for the job descriptor library is
DFAULT, which must exist in the JDL directory. The job
descriptor entry used is DFLT, which must exist in the
DFAULT JDL. The command START,DFAULT is identical.
START J12,H2SYS,,2,REPORTS:3-4
This command reprints 2 copies of the third and fourth
reports on the data tape.
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START, ONLINE,,,FORM=GBAR
This command processes online data according to the DFLT
JDE in the online .JDL file, using the GBAR form.
Restrictions
The REPORTS and S|M options are available only for offline jobs.
If you are running an online job, you must key in a comma (,) as
a place holder for the S or M in the START command.
START parameters are positional and must be separated by
commas. You must enter a comma to replace a parameter that is
not specified.
The START options override those specified in the job descriptor
library. Refer to figure 1-13 for details on override parameters.
If a specified font or form file fails a validity check during input,
the system aborts the job and displays the following messages:
OS8852 INVALID FONT FILE HEADER
or
OS8855 INVALID FORM FILE HEADER.
When HIP submitted jobs are running, the START command is
not allowed. When Tape or Disk jobs are running, the START
command is allowed.
Figure 1-13. Hierarchy of replacement
Highest order
DJDE RECORDS*
TAPE LABEL
START COMMAND*
JDE/JOB COMMAND SET
Parameters introduced at
higher level override those
at lowest level
CATALOG COMMAND SET
JDL/SYSTEM COMMAND SET
Lowest order
OSS DEFAULTS
*EXCEPTION: The copies option of the START command overrides the DJDE COPIES
from the input data stream.
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START n, DUMP
Use this START command to print a tape dump.
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Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
START n,DUMP
n=1
H6000 BCD tape (OCTAL dump).
n=2
EBCDIC tape (HEX dump).
n=3
ASCII tape (HEX dump).
n=4
H2000 BCD tape (OCTAL dump).
n=5
IBM BCD tape (OCTAL dump).
n=6
UNIVAC tape (OCTAL dump).
STITCH
Use this command to automatically staple a document with 2 to
50 pages. The printer staples portrait sheets in the upper left
corner. The printer staples landscape sheets in the upper right
corner.
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Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
STITCH [ON|OFF]
ON
Enables stapling.
OFF
Overrides the job and turns off the stapling.
The parameter you specify remains in effect until you change it
with another STITCH ON or STITCH OFF command.
STOP
Use the STOP command to suspend input processing, output
processing, or both. The system can process input for one job
and output for another job since input and output are controlled
separately. Stopping input suspends the processing of input
data, but allows output to continue. Stopping output suspends
printing after cycling out the paper path, but allows processing of
input data to continue.
You can also use the STOP command to stop the QM before
switching modes. If you do not stop the QM, it can pass entries
to output processing while you are moving entries, resulting in a
print sequence you do not want.
STOP Q stops scheduling of reports for printing, but the report
being printed continues to print. STOP Q also stops input from
accepting a new job (a START command), but input continues
processing the job currently being processed until the job
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completes input processing or until the print file has no more
work space available.)
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Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
STOP [I|O|Q]
No parameters entered
Stops input and output processing and the QM scheduling
activity until you enter CONTINUE.
I
Suspends input activities until you restart them with
CONTINUE I.
O
Suspends output activities until you restart them with
CONTINUE O.
Q
Suspends the QM. The QM does not reschedule reports
until you restart it with CONTINUE Q.
Restriction
If you enter STOP without an operand, input and output activities
suspend.
SUBSTITUTE DEVICE
The following system commands use the TAPE keyword in the
command line to specify the physical tape drive to access: DSR,
IFU TAPE, MOVE, REWIND, SFS, SPACE, SST, TAPE (editor
command), and COPY (editor command).
The following system commands use the CARTRIDGE keyword in
the command line to specify the physical cartridge tape drive to
access: DSR, IFU TAPE, TAPE (editor command), and COPY
(editor command).
System boots, updates, or mini-sysgens do not reset TAPE and
CARTRIDGE physical device assignments. A full sysgen with disk
format resets SUBSTITUTE DEVICE assignments to their defaults.
SUBSTITUTE DEVICE
Use this command to display the physical tape or cartridge drive
currently associated with the TAPE and CARTRIDGE keywords.
Logon level
Syntax
Levels 1 through 5.
SUBSTITUTE DEVICE
SUBSTITUTE DEVICE DEFAULT
Use this command to assign the TAPE and CAR keyword to the
default physical tape device (CTS for CARTRIDGE and REEL for
TAPE).
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Syntax
Levels 1 through 5.
SUBSTITUTE DEVICE DEFAULT
SUBSTITUTE DEVICE physical-device
Use this command to display information about a specific device.
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Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
SUBSTITUTE DEVICE physical device
physical device
Displays information about the physical device you specify.
You can specify one of the following:
SREEL
9 track, open-reel tape drive (SCSI) mounted in the
peripheral cabinet.
MREEL
9 track, open-reel tape drive (MTA) mounted in the
cabinet that is usually placed on top of the system
controller cabinet.
REEL
This parameter allows the system to pick whichever
open-reel tape drive is installed on your system.
SCTS
1/4 inch cartridge tape drive (SCSI).
SFCTS
1/2 inch, 3480-compatible, cartridge tape drive (SCSI).
MFCTS
For the 4850 only, the 1/2 inch, 3480-compatible,
cartridge tape drive mounted in the 180-CTS Cartridge
Tape System (MTA).
CTS
This parameter allows the system to pick whichever
cartridge tape drive is installed on your system.
Due to the long power-up/initialization period of the 3480
cartridge tape drive, this device is always considered present,
regardless of the true system configuration. Thus, any
SUBSTITUTE DEVICE assignment involving the SFCTS physical
name will be accepted, even if this tape drive is not physically
present. (An example of such a tape command is SUB DEV
SFCTS FOR CAR. If you attempt to access and use this drive
(such as with the command COP CAR REA LAB XYS.FNT), you are
informed that the device is offline. In this situation, this offline
message indicates that the device does not exist.
SUBSTITUTE DEVICE physical-device FOR keyword
Use this command to assign a specific physical device to the
TAPE or CARTRIDGE keyword.
System boots, updates, or mini-sysgens do not reset TAPE and
CARTRIDGE physical device assignments. A full sysgen with disk
format resets SUBSTITUTE DEVICE assignments to their defaults.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
SUBSTITUTE DEVICE [physical-device] FOR [keyword]
physical-device
Associates the keyword with the physical device you specify.
Refer to the preceding section for a description of the
physical devices available.
keyword
The following keywords are available:
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TAPE
Specifies the device assigned to the TAPE keyword.
CARTRIDGE
Specifies the device assigned to the CAR keyword.
Example
SUB DEV REEL FOR TAPE
Assigns the physical device for REEL to the keyword TAPE.
Restriction
You can change device assignments only when the LPS is idle.
SUBSTITUTE INK
Use the following commands to display the substitute ink status,
cancel any substitution, and change the substitute ink status.
Logon level
Levels 1 through 5.
Restrictions
When a SUB INK command expires, the substitution is canceled
as if by a SUB INK CANCEL command.
Do not enter conflicting SUB INK commands for a highlight
primary color and for black. Unpredictable results can occur.
Substituting an ink cancels any previous substitution for that
primary. For example, if you enter SUB INK BLACK FOR RED,
JOB followed by SUB INK CURRENT FOR RED, the printer
substitutes the currently loaded primary for RED until the current
document finishes printing, then cancels the substitution for RED.
SUBSTITUTE INK
Use this command to display the current substitute ink status.
Syntax
SUBSTITUTE INK
SUBSTITUTE INK CANCEL
Use this command to cancel any substitution.
Syntax
Parameters
SUBSTITUTE INK CANCEL {ink|ALL}
ink
Cancels substitutions for the named ink. ALL can replace ink
because ALL cancels all substitutions currently active.
SUBSTITUTE INK (for changing current substitutions)
Use this command to substitute an available ink for an ink
requested by a job. You can also use the command SUBSTITUTE
PRIMARY interchangeably with this command.
Syntax
Parameters
SUBSTITUTE INK {new ink} FOR {old ink|color|ALL}
[REPORT|JOB|ALWAYS]
new ink
Specifies the ink to substitute.
old ink
Specifies the ink to be replaced in the substitution. The color
variable or ALL can replace old ink.
color
Specifies the dry ink. Must be one of the primary colors.
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at the end of this document for a list of primary colors
currently available.
REPORT
Cancels the SUBSTITUTE INK command automatically after
the current document prints. If the printer is idle when you
issue SUBSTITUTE INK, then REPORT cancels the command
after the first document prints. REPORT is the default.
JOB
Cancels the SUBSTITUTE INK command automatically after all
the documents in the current job print. If the printer is idle
when you issue SUBSTITUTE INK, then JOB cancels the
command after all the documents in the first job print.
If the schedule resource mode is RECEIVED, you can use the
JOB parameter. If the mode is SINGLE or MULTIPLE, you
cannot use the JOB parameter.
ALWAYS
Prevents automatic cancellation of the SUBSTITUTE INK
command. The specified substitution must be canceled by
another SUBSTITUTE INK command.
NOTE:
If REPORT|JOB|ALWAYS is entered it will default to REPORT.
SUBSTITUTE INK CURRENT
Use this command to substitute the color ink currently in the
printer for other color inks.
Syntax
Parameters
SUBSTITUTE INK CURRENT [FOR {old ink|color|ALL}]
[REPORT|JOB|ALWAYS]]
No parameters entered
The current dry ink loaded will be substituted for all color
inks for the current report.
The other parameters are the same as the previous command.
TAPE [CARTRIDGE] [FIND|LIST|NEXT|REWIND|SKIP|UNLOAD|VOLINIT]
Use the TAPE keyword for the device designated as TAPE, or
TAPE CARTRIDGE keyword to specify the device designated as
CARTRIDGE. The physical device is assigned to the TAPE or
CARTRIDGE keyword using the SUB DEV command.
TAPE [CARTRIDGE] FIND
Use this command to position the tape or cartridge preceding
the label record of the file. You can then issue commands to
manipulate this file.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
TAPE [CARTRIDGE] [FIND,file-id]
FIND,file-id
Positions an LPS-labeled tape or cartridge at the specified file.
TAPE [CARTRIDGE] LIST
Use this command to create a disk file of filenames and sort
them alphabetically. You can also add leading or trailing strings
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to facilitate future command file manipulation of that tape or
cartridge.
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Syntax
Levels 1 through 5.
TAPE [CARTRIDGE] LIST [,PRINT][ /SORT,filename [.file-type]]
or
TAPE [CARTRIDGE] LIST [,PRINT] /filename[.type],[leading
string],[trailing string]
Parameters
LIST[,PRINT]
Lists the file-ids of the labeled tape, beginning at the current
tape position. If you omit this parameter, the tape directory
displays.
/SORT
Alphabetically sorts a list of filenames of the files on tape. Up
to 3,600 file names can be sorted. Sort by file-types for large
disk or tape volumes.
leading string
Character string (except commas) that is added before each
filename in the list that is created.
trailing string
Character string (except commas) appended to each filename
in the list that is created. The total number of leading and
trailing characters cannot be greater than 50.
filename [.file-type]
Specifies the file created on disk that contains the
alphabetically sorted list of tape files. The default file-type is
.TMP.
/filename [.file-type]
Specifies the file, created on disk that contains a record for
each file listed in the following order: Leading string, file-id,
trailing string. The default file-type is .TMP.
Example
TAPE LIST,PRINT /SORT, *.FRM FRMFIL.TMP
This command creates a file called “FRMFIL.TMP” which lists all
the .FRM files on the mounted tape. The file names in the
FRMFIL.TMP file are sorted in alphabetical order and printed. If
the screen display of the sorted records is interrupted during a
pause, then the created file “FRMFIL.TMP” lists only the displayed
filenames.
Listing begins at the current tape position and continues to the
end of the tape. (The listing may be stopped by entering the X
command when the pause occurs on the display.) If the PRINT
option is specified, the operator is asked to enter a tape volume
ID. The ID can be 1 to 30 characters. If more than 30 characters
are entered, only the first 30 characters are used. The following
title line appears on each page of the printed listing:
TAPE DIRECTORY date time TAPE ID: id string
The following header line precedes the tape file information on
both the screen and printed listings:
FILE NO. FILE NAME FILE SIZE - BF - DATE
FILE NO.
Decimal number that indicates the numerical position of the
file on the tape.
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FILE NAME
The file-id.
FILE SIZE
Number of 512 byte disk sectors.
- BF Number of 512 byte disk sectors in one tape block.
DATE
Date the file was written to tape.
If a valid tape label cannot be found, a number appears in the
FILE NO. field but the other fields are blank. This is the case
when listing a system software tape (SST). The first two files of
the SST do not have labels. A string of asterisks appearing in the
date field means no date was specified in the label or that it
could not be properly converted.
To print the file, exit from the editor (using the END command).
You may spool editor print files. The current working storage file
is intact if you reenter the editor after the file is printed. The
listing is in portrait mode.
TAPE [CARTRIDGE] NEXT
Use this command to display the next file on the tape or
cartridge and position the tape or cartridge for manipulating that
file.
Logon level
Syntax
Restriction
Levels 1 through 5.
TAPE [CARTRIDGE] NEXT
The system ignores another NEXT command until it executes
another TAPE command.
TAPE [CARTRIDGE] REWIND
Use this command to rewind a tape or cartridge.
Logon level
Syntax
Restriction
Levels 1 through 5.
TAPE [CARTRIDGE] REWIND
Use REWIND rather than TAPE [CARTRIDGE] REWIND after
issuing a MOVE command. Using the TAPE [CARTRIDGE]
REWIND command after MOVE can result in the erroneous and
misleading message “Tape went offline during operation.”
TAPE [CARTRIDGE] SKIP
Use this command to position the tape or cartridge after the
specified number of files.
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Syntax
Parameter
Levels 1 through 5.
TAPE [CARTRIDGE] SKIP [n]
n
A positive integer which specifies the number of tape marks
the tape or cartridge is past.
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TAPE [CARTRIDGE] UNLOAD
Use this command to unload the tape or cartridge. If the tape or
cartridge is not at BOT, this command will rewind then unload
the tape or cartridge.
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Syntax
Levels 1 through 5.
TAPE [CARTRIDGE] UNLOAD
TAPE [CARTRIDGE] VOLINIT
Use this command to initialize a tape or cartridge at 1600 or
6250 bpi.
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Syntax
Levels 1 through 5.
TAPE [CARTRIDGE] VOLINIT [,1600|,6250]
TIME
Use this command to verify the time and date maintained by the
system, or to turn the display on and off. Some non-print tasks
turn this display off during processing, but turn it back on when
completed. If you do not specify a parameter, the current date,
time and system status display continually in the upper right hand
corner of the system controller display.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
TIME [ON|OFF]
ON
Turns display on, and keeps it updated.
OFF
Turns display off.
Refer to the Xerox 4850 and the 4890 HLC LPS Operator Guides
for more information about the time and date display.
TYPE
Use this command to display a source file without editing the
file.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
TYPE [disk-id]file-id
disk-id
Identifies the system disk (DP0:, DP1:, DP2:, or DP3:)
containing the file-id to be displayed.
file-id
Specifies the file name filename.file-type of the source file.
To view a file in the system, you must have an appropriate level
of access.
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XPS
Use this command to reset XPSM accounting. This command
causes the XPSM accounting database to be cleared of all entries,
and all accounting files to be freed.
Logon level
Syntax
Level 5.
XPS
Parameters
None
Restriction
This command should only be used as a means to reset
accounting in the event that a non-recoverable incident occurred.
Using this command results in the loss of all accumulated
accounting data within the printer.
The XPS command is recognized only when HIP is online.
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2.
Editor commands
This section describes the text file editing conventions and
commands available for the 4850 and 4890 HighLight Color Laser
Printing Systems (LPS).
Conventions
The following conventions apply to the editor commands:
Commands
You can enter all commands except composite commands in full
or with the first three characters only. For example, you can
enter RENUMBER or REN.
Except for CE, GPCE, PCE, and SCE, you must enter composite
commands in full. You cannot abbreviate them.
Press <ENTER> to submit each command for execution.
CAUTION: There is only one working storage file; any
intervening use of the editor is likely to destroy its contents.
Character strings
Examples
Split character strings longer than 80 characters as follows:
•
Use the ampersand character (&) to indicate the character
string continues in the next record.
•
Use the syntax of the character string to indicate it continues
in the next record.
‘XEROX.PICTORIAL.RED’
Ink name within one record:
00010
‘XEROX.PICTORIAL.
00010
RED’
00020
Ink name within two records using string syntax (a period) to
continue the string.
‘XEROX.PICTORIAL.&
RED’
or
‘XEROX'PICTORIAL.&
RED’
or
XEROX.PICTORIAL.&
RED’
00010
00020
00010
00020
00010
00020
Ink name within two records using an ampersand to continue
the string.
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EDITOR COMMANDS
Syntax variations
Command
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n-m
n
Specifies starting and ending line numbers.
nSpecifies one line number.
-m
Specifies the starting line number to the end of the file.
Specifies beginning of the file to the identified line number.
The highest valid line number is 32,765. The maximum
number of file records (lines) is 5,000.
Command summary
Table 2-1 shows the editor commands.
Table 2-1.
Editor commands
Function
C
CE
CLEAR
CONVERT
COPY
D
DELETE
Changes the specified character string into another string.
Abbreviates the commands CLEAR, END.
Clears the contents of the working file.
Turns on use of pound sign (#) to alter capitalization.
Copies files from tape, disk-to-disk, or tape to cartridge.
Deletes string.
Deletes a file from the system.
DISPLAY
DUPLICATE
EDIT
END
F
FID
Displays source lines in the text work area on the LPS console monitor.
Duplicates lines from a file into another area of the file.
Begins an editing session.
Ends an editing session.
Inserts a new string following the specified string.
Creates a prototype command file.
FILE
FIND
FIX
FLOPPY
GET
GPCE
INSERT
Lists the disk file catalog on the LPS display.
Finds and displays lines containing a specified text string.
Modifies fonts and logos.
Initiates floppy disk utility commands.
Copies an existing file into the text work area.
Abbreviates the commands GET, PRINT, CLEAR, END.
Inserts lines using a specified line number.
KEYS
LIST
MERGE
MODIFY
MOVE
NOCONVERT
Displays beginning and ending line numbers of the file in the text work area.
Lists the disk file catalog on the printer.
Appends an existing file to the current contents of the text work area.
Specifies a range of lines for intra-record commands.
Moves lines from one place to another.
Turns off use of pound sign (#) to alter capitalization.
O
Overlays existing string by specified string.
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Table 2-1.
Command
Syntax
Parameters
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Function
P
Inserts a new string prior to the specified string.
PCE
PRINT
REMOVE
RENUMBER
REPLACE
REVIEW
Abbreviates the commands PRINT, CLEAR, END.
Prints all or specified lines of the working file to sample or output tray.
Deletes a specified group of lines.
Renumbers the lines in the working file.
Substitutes the specified existing lines with specified new lines.
Provides sequential listing of filenames with optional delete.
RNAME
S
SAVE
SCE
SORT
STEP
TAPE
Changes the name or type of a file.
Substitutes existing string by specified string.
Saves the contents of working storage as a disk file.
Abbreviates the commands SAVE, CLEAR, END.
Alphabetizes the records in the file currently being edited.
Displays the next record in the file and indicates that it will be modified.
Initiates tape or cartridge utility commands.
TYPE
Displays source files without copying them to the editor work area.
Commands
You must invoke the editor to access the editor commands.
Refer to the EDIT command for more information. The editor
commands appear in alphabetical order.
C
Use this command to change the specified character string to
another character string.
C [n]/string1/string2/
n
Indicates that the nth occurrence of the string in each line is
to be affected (n =0 specifies all occurrences). When n is
specified, it must be preceded by one blank character. One
string is changed from lines specified in the MODIFY
command, the entire file is the default for n. In addition to
the slash (/), a dollar sign ($), a period (.), or a single quote
(') may be used as an intra-record command delimiter.
string1
Indicates the string you want to change.
string2
Indicates the new string that replaces string1.
string1 and string2 are case sensitive.
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CE
Use this command to remove all data lines from the working file
and terminate the editing session. Refer to the CLEAR and END
commands for further information.
Logon level
Syntax
Restrictions
Levels 1 through 5.
CE
This command is an abbreviated method of entering two
commands, CLEAR and END. If the first command fails to
execute because of an error condition, the system may ignore
subsequent commands.
CLEAR
Use this command to erase all records.
Logon level
Syntax
Examples
Levels 1 through 5.
CLEAR
EDIT> CLEAR
Clear working storage.
CONVERT
Use this command to edit files transferred from other Xerox
printers with uppercase-only keyboards. You can edit files
containing lowercase characters using the uppercase keyboard.
To insert or reference lowercase characters in a file, precede and
follow the lowercase characters with the pound sign (#). The
pound sign indicates the start and the end of conversion to
lowercase characters. Use the NOCONVERT command to make
the pound sign a character again instead of a toggle.
Logon level
Syntax
Example
Levels 1 through 5.
CONVERT
Use the CONVERT command to alter capitalization in the text of
line 10: THIS IS THE END.
EDIT> CONVERT
EDIT> MOD 10
THIS IS THE END
EDIT> S/T#HIS/T#HAT/
That is the end
EDIT> NOCONVERT
COPY
You can initiate the COPY command from the editor or at the
system level. Refer to the “System commands“ chapter of this
reference for more information on the COPY command.
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D
Use this command to delete a string from one or more records
in the working storage file.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
D [n]/string/
n
Indicates that the nth occurrence of the string in each line is
to be affected (n =0 specifies all occurrences). When n is
specified, it must be preceded by one blank character. One
string is deleted from lines specified in the MODIFY
command, the entire file is the default. In addition to the
slash (/), a dollar sign ($), a period (.), or a single quote (')
may be used as an intra-record command delimiter.
string
Indicates the string you want to delete.
string is case sensitive.
Examples
EDIT> MODIFY 5
EDIT> D/SYSTEM/
Displays the line you want to modify and specifies deleting
the first occurrence of SYSTEM from line 5.
EDIT> MOD 5-70
EDIT> D 0/JDE/
Specifies deleting all occurrences (such as n=0) of JDE from
each line, starting with line 5 and proceeding through line 70.
If k were set to 2 (instead of 0), the second occurrence of
JDE in each line (if any) would be deleted.
DELETE
You can initiate the DELETE command from the editor or at the
system level. Refer to the “System commands“ chapter of this
reference for more information on the DELETE command.
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DISPLAY
Use this command to display a listing of all lines or selected lines
of the current working storage file.
Logon level
Syntax
Levels 1 through 5.
DISPLAY n-m
n-m are are defined in the “Conventions” section of this chapter.
Examples
The following examples show how to use the DISPLAY
command:
EDIT> DISPLAY
Displays all lines.
EDIT> DISPLAY 10-20
Displays lines 10 through 20.
EDIT> DIS 5
Displays lines 5 through the end of the file.
EDIT> DIS -100
Displays lines from the beginning of the file through line 100.
EDIT> DIS - 100 - 125
Displays lines from the beginning of the file through 100.
Ignores the ’-125’.
DUPLICATE
Use this command to copy a line or group of lines to another
point in the file.
Logon level
Syntax
Levels 1 through 5.
DUPLICATE n[-m],p[,s]
n-m are are defined in the “Conventions” section of this chapter.
Parameters
p
Specified lines are moved to a new location starting with line
number p.
s
New line numbers are incremented by s. The default value
for s is 1.
The specified lines are moved to a new location starting with line
number p. The new line numbers are incremented by s. The
default value for s is 1. This command is similar to the MOVE
command except that original lines are not deleted from the file.
EDIT
Use the EDIT command to create a source file, access a source
file, or execute a file. When you invoke the editor, it prompts
you by displaying EDIT>. If you do not enter a parameter, this
command creates an empty source file ready for input.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
2-6
Levels 1 through 5.
EDIT [disk-id][filename.file-type|@filename[file-type]]
disk-id
Refers to the system disk (DP0:, DP1:, DP2:, or DP3:)
containing the file.
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filename
Identifies a one- to six-character disk file.
file-type
Specifies the file directory under which the filename is
cataloged.
@filename
Specifies that the editor is to retrieve commands from an
editor command file. If no file type is entered, the system
defaults to CMD.
You specify the filename (without the @) if the file is put into
working storage.
Example
OS1000 READY FOR COMMANDS (TIME) HH:MM:SS
EDIT SYSPDL.JSL
Operator keys in
EDIT>
System prompt
END
Use this command to terminate the editing session. Control is
returned to the system, and no more editor commands are
accepted until the editor is requested again. The system displays
the following message after the END command takes effect:
OS1000 READY FOR COMMANDS HH:MM:SS
Logon level
Syntax
Levels 1 through 5.
END
F
Purpose
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Use this command to insert a character string following another
character string.
Levels 1 through 5.
F [n]/string1/string2/
n
Indicates that the nth occurrence of the string in each line is
to be affected (n =0 specifies all occurrences). When n is
specified, it must be preceded by one blank character. One
string is inserted from lines specified in the MODIFY
command, the entire file is the default. In addition to the
slash (/), a dollar sign ($), a period (.), or a single quote (')
may be used as an intra-record command delimiter.
string1
Indicates string to be followed by string2.
string2
Insert following string1 for lines specified in the MODIFY
command.
string1 and string2 are case sensitive.
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FID
You can initiate the FID command from the editor or at the
system level. Refer to the “System commands“ chapter of this
reference for more information on the FID command.
FILE
You can initiate the FILE command from the editor or at the
system level. Refer to the “System commands“ chapter of this
reference for more information on the FILE command.
FIND
Use this command to display all lines in the specified range
which contain the specified string.
Logon level
Syntax
Restrictions
Levels 1 through 5.
FIND [n[-m]]/string/
The space between the command and the n is mandatory.
The string is case sensitive.
Examples
The following examples show how to use the FIND command:
EDIT>FIND /JDE/
Displays each line that contains the characters JDE.
EDIT>FIN 5-100/JOB/
Displays lines 5 through 100 that have the characters JOB.
EDIT>FIN 5/SYSTEM/
Displays line 5 if it contains the word SYSTEM.
EDIT>FIN 5-/SYSTEM/
Displays lines 5 through end-of-file that contain the word
SYSTEM.
EDIT>FIN -100/JOB/
Displays lines 1 through 100 that have the characters JOB.
FIX
You can initiate the FIX command from the editor or at the
system level. Refer to the “System commands“ chapter of this
reference for more information on the FIX command.
FLOPPY
You can initiate FLOPPY commands from the editor or at the
system level. Refer to the “FLOPPY” section in the “System
commands” chapter for information about the following
commands:
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•
•
•
•
•
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FLOPPY CLEAR
FLOPPY DELETE
FLOPPY FCHECK
FLOPPY FILE
FLOPPY FORMAT
FLOPPY LIST
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•
FLOPPY RESTORE
FLOPPY SAVE.
GET
Use this command to bring an existing file into the work area.
The previous contents of the work area are erased, and the file
name is automatically associated with the contents of the work
area.
If you issue the SAVE command without a file name, the contents
of the work area overwrite the existing file.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
GET [disk-id]file-id
disk-id
Specifies the system disk that contains the file as DP0:, DP1:,
DP2:, or DP3:.
file-id
Specifies the file (by filename.file-extension) to move into the
work area.
Example
OS1000 READY FOR COMMANDS (TIME) HH:MM:SS
EDIT
EDIT>
GET SYS2.JSL
GPCE
Use this command to bring the specified file into working
storage, to format it for printing all or selected lines of the file, to
remove all data lines from the working file, to terminate the
editing session, and to deliver a printed report to the sample tray
or to a print tray.
Refer to the GET, PRINT, CLEAR, and END commands for further
information.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
GPCE [disk-id]file-id[n-m]
disk-id
Specifies the system disk that contains the file as DP0:, DP1:,
DP2:, or DP3:.
file-id
Specifies the file (by filename.file-extension) to move into the
work area.
n-m
Specifies the lines to be printed. No entry of n-m results in
all lines being printed.
Restriction
You cannot abbreviate this command to the first three characters.
This command is an abbreviated method of entering four
commands, GET, PRINT, CLEAR and END. If one or more of the
first three commands fails to execute because of an error
condition, the system may ignore subsequent commands.
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INSERT
Use this command to add a line or group of lines into the file.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
{INSERT n[,s]|n text}
n
Lines are inserted starting at n and incremented by s. Line n
must not already exist.
s
New line numbers are incremented by s. The default value
for s is 1.
text
Any character string. Enter n, one space, and then the text.
With INSERT n[,s], lines are inserted starting at n and
incremented by s. Line n must not already exist. The system
prompts you with the next sequence number. Terminate input
with a null line such as pressing <ENTER> or encountering an
existing record. The default value for s is 1.
With n text, the text you enter replaces the existing line
contents.
Examples
EDIT>INSERT
10,10
Insert lines starting at 10 and increment by 10 for next line.
EDIT>INS
15
Insert lines starting at 15 and increment by 1.
EDIT>55
ACCT USER=(BIN,TRAY);
Insert text at line 55. In this case, the text you enter replaces
the existing line contents.
KEYS
Use this command to verify the beginning and ending line
numbers of the working file.
Logon level
Syntax
Example
Levels 1 through 5.
KEYS
EDIT> GET SYS2.JSL
EDIT> KEYS
BEGINNING LINE NUMBER 000010
ENDING LINE NUMBER 000050
LIST
You can initiate the LIST command from the editor or at the
system level. Refer to the “System commands“ chapter of this
reference for more information on the LIST command.
MERGE
Use this command to insert a file into working storage where
specified, or to add line numbers to source files created on the
host computer and downloaded to the printer. An editor
message CANNOT GET, FILE IMPROPERLY SEQUENCED appears if a file
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must be merged. The current records in working storage are not
destroyed when the records of the new file are brought in.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
MERGE [disk-id]file-id[,n[,s]]
disk-id
Specifies the system disk (DP0:, DP1:, DP2:, DP3:) that
contains the file to be moved into working storage.
file-id
Specifies the file (by filename.file-extension) to merge into
the specified line(s) of the work area.
n
Specifies the sequence number assigned to the first record of
the file being merged with the contents of working storage.
The default is the last line number in the working file +10.
s
Sequence increment. The default is 10.
Restriction
If there is not enough space to merge the file into the
designated area, a message is displayed.
MODIFY
Use this command to specify a range of lines that can be
affected by subsequent string modification commands. These
lines are displayed after the MODIFY command has been issued.
The default for the modify range is the entire file. If you specify
a range, all records in that range are displayed.
Logon level
Syntax
Examples
Levels 1 through 5.
MODIFY [n-m]
MODIFY 5-100
Prepare to modify lines 5 through 100.
EDIT>
S/JDE/JOB
Substitute occurrences of JDE with JOB in lines 5 through
100.
EDIT>
MOD 5
Prepare to modify line 5.
EDIT>
D/HOST=OSWTR/
Delete text HOST=OSWTR from line 5.
EDIT>
If no match is found in the modify range, the NO
message is displayed.
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MOVE
Use this command to relocate a line or group of lines to new
line positions.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
MOVE n[-m],p[,s]
p
Specified lines (n[-m) are moved to a new location starting
with line number p.
s
New line numbers are incremented by s. The default value
for s is 1.
Lines n-m are deleted from the file.
Restriction
If there is not enough space to move the file into the designated
area, a message will be displayed telling you that there is not
enough room.
NOCONVERT
Use this command to toggle off the CONVERT command so that
the pound sign (#) does not convert uppercase characters to
lowercase characters.
Logon level
Syntax
Levels 1 through 5.
NOCONVERT
O
Use this command to erase a character string by overlaying it
with a second character string.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
O [n] /string1/string2/
n
Indicates that the nth occurrence of the string in each line is
to be affected (n =0 specifies all occurrences). When n is
specified, it must be preceded by one blank character. One
string is overlayed from lines specified in the MODIFY
command, the entire file is the default. In addition to the
slash (/), a dollar sign ($), a period (.), or a single quote (')
may be used as an intra-record command delimiter.
string1/string2
The nth occurrence of string1 is overlaid by string2 for lines
specified in the MODIFY command. It is useful for replacing
characters that are unknown or that you cannot create from
the keyboard.
string1 and string2 are case sensitive.
Examples
ABCDEFGHxJKLM
Initial string contains a lowercase x which cannot be input
through the keyboard.
O/GH/GHI/
Command
EDIT>
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ABCDEFGHIJKLM
Final string
P
Purpose
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Use this command to insert one character string prior to another
character string.
Levels 1 through 5.
P [n] /string1/string2/
n
Indicates that the nth occurrence of the string in each line is
to be affected (n =0 specifies all occurrences). When n is
specified, it must be preceded by one blank character. One
string is inserted from lines specified in the MODIFY
command, the entire file is the default. In addition to the
slash (/), a dollar sign ($), a period (.), or a single quote (')
may be used as an intra-record command delimiter.
string1
Indicates string to be preceded by string2.
string2
Insert just prior to string1 for lines specified in the MODIFY
command.
PCE
Use this command to format for printing all or selected lines of
the working file, to remove all data lines from the working file, to
terminate the editing session, and to deliver a printed report to
the sample tray or to a print tray.
Refer to the PRINT, CLEAR, and END commands for further
information.
Logon level
Syntax
Restriction
Levels 1 through 5.
PCE [n-m]
This command is an abbreviated method of entering three
commands, PRINT, CLEAR and END. If either one of the first two
commands fails to execute because of an error condition, the
system may ignore subsequent commands.
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PRINT
Use this command to print all or selected lines of the current
working storage file.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
PRINT [n-m]
n-m
Specifies the lines to be printed.
To print the file, exit from the editor using the END command.
You can then spool editor print files. The current working
storage file is intact if you enter the editor after the file is printed.
The listing is in portrait mode.
Three title lines precede the data requested for printing and
appear on each logical page:
FILE NAME:
DISK ID:
file-id PRINTED ON:
disk id
date time
1........10........20........30........40.........50........60 ........70
The file-id is the filename and file type associated with the
current working storage file. If file-id is ** NONE **, a hardcopy
of the data was requested before the data in the working storage
file was given a file name. This is possible if the data is a result
of a MERGE command used to obtain the data of a file rather
than using the GET command, the data is in a new file that has
not been saved on the disk using the SAVE command, or the
working storage file is restored upon entering the editor from
the system prompt.
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REMOVE
Use this command to delete a line or group of lines from the
working storage file.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameter
Levels 1 through 5.
[REMOVE ]n[-m]
n-m
n is always required. If there is a range, m is also required (a
hyphen cannot be used to imply the first or last line).
Examples
EDIT>REMOVE 5-25
Remove lines 5 through 25.
EDIT>REM 15
Remove line 15.
You can also erase a line from the working storage file by
entering the line number. To delete a group of lines, enter the
beginning and ending line numbers separated by a hyphen.
EDIT>55
Delete line 55.
1 RECORD DELETED
EDIT>10-40
Delete lines 10 through 40.
4 RECORDS DELETED
Assuming the line numbers are incremented by 10.
RENUMBER
Use this command to renumber the lines of the working storage
file. Renumbering begins with line number n and successive data
lines are assigned numbers in increments of s. The default value
for n and s is 10.
Logon level
Syntax
Levels 1 through 5.
RENUMBER [n[,s]]
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REPLACE
Use this command to replace a line or group of lines by the
specified lines. There are two methods for initiating the replace
function. Each method has its own syntax.
Logon level
Syntax
Levels 1 through 5.
REPLACE n[-m][,s]
or
n text
Parameters
n-m
n is always required and is the first line to be replaced. If
there is a range, m is also required (a hyphen cannot be used
to imply the first or last line).
s
Sequence increment. The default is 1.
text
Text you want to enter on the nth line.
For the REPLACE n[-m][,s] command, you can replace the
designated line or lines and are allowed to enter data into line n
through the next existing line, incremented by s.
For the n text command, you can enter text for the n line, and
you will be prompted for the next sequential command line.
Examples
For a command file with 10 lines sequenced by 10, we will
replace some lines with these two commands:
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
Example 1
aaaaaaa
bbbbbb
ccccccc
dddddd
eeeeee
ffffff
gggggg
hhhhhh
iiiiii
jjjjjj
EDIT>REPLACE
20
With this command, you delete the contents of line 20 and are
allowed to replace it with new data you would then enter. You
would start with line 20 and, at increments of 1, enter data from
line 20 through line 29. You are stopped at 29 because 30
would be the next sequential existing line not to be replaced.
Example 2
EDIT>REPLACE
30-40
This time you replace lines 30 and 40 with lines 30-49 at
increments of 1.
Of course, you do not have to use all of the numbers, just the
ones you need.
Example 3
EDIT>REPLACE
50-80,5
With this command, you delete the contents of lines 50 through
80 and are allowed to replace them with new data you would
then enter. You would start with line 50 and, at increments of 5,
enter data commands from line 50 through line 85. You are
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stopped at 85 because 90 would be the next sequential existing
line not to be replaced.
Example 4
EDIT>100
kkkkkk
With this type of command you are only allowed to replace one
line, the one you designated. 100 in this case. It is replaced
with the text you entered as kkkkkk. You will then be prompted
for command line 101.
REVIEW
You can initiate the REVIEW command from the editor or at the
system level. Refer to the “System commands“ chapter of this
reference for more information on the REVIEW command.
RNAME
You can initiate the RNAME command from the editor or at the
system level. Refer to the “System commands“ chapter of this
reference for more information on the RNAME command.
S
Use this command to substitute one character string for another.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
S [n] /string1/string2/
n
Indicates that the nth occurrence of the string in each line is
to be affected (n =0 specifies all occurrences). When n is
specified, it must be preceded by one blank character. One
string is substituted from lines specified in the MODIFY
command, the entire file is the default. In addition to the
slash (/), a dollar sign ($), a period (.), or a single quote (')
may be used as an intra-record command delimiter.
string1
Indicates string to be substituted by string2.
string2
Substituted for string1 for lines specified in the MODIFY
command.
string1 and string2 are case sensitive.
Example
ABCDEFGHXJKLM
EDIT>S/GHX/GHI/
ABCDEFGHIJKLM
Initial string, command, and final string.
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SAVE
Use this command to save the contents of the working storage
file (or a subset of it) in permanent file storage.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
SAVE [file-id[,n[,m]]]
file-id
If no file-id is specified, the contents of the working storage
file are saved under the name currently associated with it (as
set by a previous GET command or as set when the Editor is
called). If no file-id is currently associated with the working
storage file, the operator is prompted for a file-id under
which to save its contents.
n,m
Saves a set of lines by specifying the starting line number n
and the ending line number m. The default for n is the first
line number. The default for m is the last line number.
If a file-id is given, and a file already exists with that file-id, the
system displays the following message:
THE FILE ALREADY EXISTS, DO YOU WANT TO OVERWRITE IT (YES/NO)?
If you enter YES, the file is overwritten and its original contents
are lost. If you enter NO, the SAVE command is ignored. A
message displays if there is insufficient disk space to save a file.
SCE
Use the SCE (SAVE CLEAR END) command to save the contents
of the working file (or a subset of it) into permanent file storage,
to remove all data lines from the working file, and to terminate
the editing session.
Refer to the SAVE, CLEAR, and END commands for more
information.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
SCE [disk-id][file-id[,n[,m]]]
disk-id
Specifies the system disk that will contain the saved file as
DP0:, DP1:, DP2:, or DP3:.
file-id
Specifies the file (by filename.file-extension) into which the
contents of the working file is saved.
n-m
Specifies the lines to be saved. No entry of n-m results in all
lines being saved.
Restrictions
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This command is an abbreviated method of entering three
commands, SAVE, CLEAR and END. If one of the first two
commands fails to execute because of an error condition, the
system may ignore subsequent commands.
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SORT
Use SORT after you invoke FID from within the editor. FID
generates a list of all files of the file type you specified on the
system and creates a .CMD file that consists of one record for
each file. Each record is a semicolon followed by the one- to
six-character filename, a period, and the file type. You must use
GET to put this .CMD file in the editor work area before you
issue the SORT command, since SORT operates only on the file
in the editor work area. SORT copies the .CMD file records to a
.TMP file, putting them in alphabetical sequence by the sort
order of the characters in positions 2 through 7.
The sort priority used by the SORT command is:
?, A,B,C...Z,0,1,2,...9
The ? represents any character that is not an uppercase letter or a
number. Lowercase, trailing or special characters are ignored, and
the record is written to the beginning of the file.
If the editor work file is empty when you issue the SORT
command, the system displays the message “NOTHING TO
SORT.”
Logon level
Syntax
Example
Levels 1 through 5.
SORT
In the following example, FID creates a file named “FSLFIL.CMD”
listing all the .FSL files on the LPS disks. Use GET to put the
FSLFIL.CMD file in the editor's working area. Then FSLFIL.CMD is
sorted, and is printed or displayed.
EDIT>FID FSLFIL.CMD FSL
EDIT>GET FSLFIL.CMD
EDIT>SORT
EDIT>PRINT (or DISPLAY)
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STEP
Use this command to display each record of a file, one at a time,
starting with the next record as specified in the MODIFY
command.
Logon level
Syntax
Examples
Levels 1 through 5.
STEP
MODIFY 10
Sets the modify range.
EDIT>
...line 10 displays...
EDIT>
STEP
...text of next line after line 10 displays...
S/MOST/HOST
Changes text in next line after line 10.
EDIT>
...1 string changed
EDIT>
STEP
...next line displays
EDIT>...
User can enter an intra-record command (such as S, F, P, or
D) or another STEP.
Pressing <ENTER> is an implied STEP command. If there is an
active working file, the modify range is stepped as if a STEP
command had been issued. When you attempt to step past the
last record of the file, the system displays the following message:
INVALID SEQUENCE NUMBER
TAPE [CARTRIDGE] EOF or NOEOF or ENDFILE
Use this command to control the writing of tape marks between
files for LPS labeled and unlabeled tapes.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5. Available only from the editor.
TAPE [CARTRIDGE ]{NOEOF|EOF|ENDFILE}
CARTRIDGE
Specifies the cartridge device assigned to the CAR keyword
using the SUB DEV command. If you do not specify CAR,
TAPE keyword is used.
NOEOF
Disables the writing of tape marks between files. This
command must precede the list of file names to be written
to tape.
EOF
Enables the writing of tape marks. This command writes two
tape marks and then backs up over one of the tape marks.
ENDFILE
Enables the writing of tape marks. It writes the file
ENDFIL.END and ends the tape with two tape marks. It then
backs up over one of the tape marks. This selection is
provided for compatibility with the HOSTCOPY procedure,
which requires that the end of the last physical file on the
tape be identified with a logical file called ENDFIL.END. This
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file results in the message being displayed during
HOSTCOPY:
End of tape found. Is another file to be sent?
It also concatenates files without tape marks between logical
files. For example, you may create a backup tape with all user
files concatenated into one file (multiple logical files in one
physical file), thereby eliminating the need for multiple job steps
when executing HOSTCOPY to download these files.
Restrictions
If tape mark writing is disabled using NOEOF, you must enable it
again using EOF or ENDFILE, or the tape will not contain any tape
marks to signify the end of the tape. A tape must normally end
with two tape marks.
If NOEOF is selected and the end of tape is reached while
writing a file, the LPS marks the tape two times in that area, and
the last file will be corrupted.
Examples
In the following example of NOEOF and ENDFILE, three .IMG
files are copied to cartridge with no tape marks written between
the .IMG files. TAPE ENDFILE enables the writing of tape marks,
writes the ENDFIL.END file to tape, writes two tape marks, and
backs up over one of them:
EDIT>
EDIT>
EDIT>
EDIT>
EDIT>
TAPE CARTRIDGE NOEOF
COPY CARTRIDGE WRITE LABEL ABC.IMG
COPY CARTRIDGE WRITE LABEL ABD.IMG
COPY CARTRIDGE WRITE LABEL BCD.IMG
TAPE CARTRIDGE ENDFILE
In the following example of NOEOF and EOF, three .IMG files are
copied to tape with no tape marks written between the .IMG
files. TAPE EOF writes two tape marks and backs up over one of
them:
EDIT>
EDIT>
EDIT>
EDIT>
EDIT>
Recommendation
TAPE NOEOF
COPY TAPE WRITE LABEL ABC.IMG
COPY TAPE WRITE LABEL ABD.IMG
COPY TAPE WRITE LABEL BCD.IMG
TAPE EOF
Use the ENDFILE option to prepare a tape to be used by the
HOSTCOPY command.
For example, you can create a backup tape with all user files
concatenated into one file (multiple logical files in one physical
file), thereby eliminating the need for multiple job steps when
executing HOSTCOPY to download these files.
This command is provided for compatibility with the HOSTCOPY
procedure, which requires that the end of the last physical file on
the tape be identified with a logical file called ENDFIL.END. The
system displays the following message during HOSTCOPY:
END OF TAPE FOUND. IS ANOTHER FILE TO BE SENT
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TYPE
You can initiate the TYPE command from the editor or at the
system level. Refer to the “System commands“ chapter of this
reference for more information on the TYPE command.
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3.
Font editor commands
This section describes the font editor commands available for the
4850 and 4890 HighLight Color Laser Printing Systems (LPS).
Font editor commands allow you to create and edit font files.
You can also modify font and logo files to allow printing.
Font editor
Evaluate the general and specific characteristics of the standard,
licensed, and user-created font files on your LPS to select the file
that most closely matches the requirements of the new font file.
The font files you create should differ from source font files
primarily in the composition of the character sets. The new font
files are either an abridged, enhanced, or hybrid version of one
or more source font files. Use the existing font files as either:
•
The primary source font file, which provides general overall
font characteristics, plus specified characters
•
A secondary source font file, which provides only specified
characters added to the primary source font file.
During a font file editing session, the source font files are
identified and copied. The primary source font file is specified
first and all its characteristics are copied to the work area. Next
the specified characters within it are copied into the file being
created. Finally, the secondary font files are specified.
You obtain the general characteristics of the font file from either:
•
The first selected licensed source font file (when the
complement of selected source font files is composed of
both licensed and non-licensed or only licensed font files)
•
The primary source font file (when all the selected source
font files are nonlicensed).
The general characteristics of the new font file are augmented
with security information from the first selected licensed source
font file.
Characters contained in the new font file are copied from the
primary or secondary source font files and may be enumerated as
lists of character literals, or octal or hexadecimal values. Each
character in the new font file (whether copied from a fixed-pitch
or proportional source font file) has an associated character
width field of information.
You can create new font files either manually in an interactive
mode or automatically as specified within a designated command
file.
Both the source and output font files can be up to 1 MB.
The font editor cannot edit Kanji fonts.
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FONT EDITOR COMMANDS
Command summary
Table 3-1 provides a summary of the font editor commands.
Table 3-1.
Keyword
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Font editor commands
Function
CHARACTER
One of three keywords sets the selection mode (CHARACTER, HEXADECIMAL, or
OCTAL). CHARACTER signifies that subsequent characters included in the new
font file will be expressed as character literals.
CLOSE
Explicitly terminates access to the current secondary source font file.
END
Explicitly terminates the font editing session.
FEDIT
Invokes the font editor.
FIX
Modifies fonts and logos to the LPS configuration.
HEXADECIMAL
One of three keywords sets the selection mode (CHARACTER, HEXADECIMAL, or
OCTAL). HEXADECIMAL signifies that subsequent characters included in the new
font file will be expressed as hexadecimal values.
INCLUDE
Precedes the list of characters to be copied from the currently accessible source
font file to the new font file without character code reassignments (refer to
RECODE).
INPUT
Specifies the primary source font file.
OCTAL
One of three keywords sets the selection mode (CHARACTER, HEXADECIMAL, or
OCTAL). OCTAL signifies that subsequent characters included in the new font file
will be expressed as octal values.
OPEN
Specifies the secondary source font file.
OUTPUT
Stores the current contents of the working storage as a new and permanent font
file.
RECODE
Specifies the list of characters that are copied from the source font file to the new
font file with new character code assignments (refer to INCLUDE).
REORDER
Changes the access sequence of characters within a specified font file as required
to achieve compatibility with Interpress standards.
SUBSTITUTE
Replaces a blank character within the new font with another character from the
INPUT font file
#
Functions in character mode to signify shifting from uppercase to lowercase, or
vice versa, alternately.
(comma)
Acts as a delimiter in the font editor.
(hyphen)
Acts as a delimiter in the font editor.
(space character)
Acts as a delimiter in the font editor.
Commands
You must invoke the font editor to access the font editor
commands. Refer to the FEDIT command for more information.
The font editor commands appear in alphabetical order.
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CHARACTER
Use this command to specify that subsequent font characters are
expressed by their character literals rather than by their
hexadecimal or octal codes.
Logon level
Syntax
Default
Restriction
Levels 1 through 5.
CHARACTER
The default for specifying a character is hexadecimal code.
You cannot specify some characters by character literals, for
example nonprintable characters and delimiters such as blank,
comma, and hyphen. You must specify their hexadecimal or
octal codes.
CLOSE
Use this command to close the secondary source font file.
Logon level
Syntax
Levels 1 through 5.
CLOSE
You can also close a secondary source font file by issuing one of
the following commands:
OPEN
Selects another existing font file as a secondary source font
file.
INPUT
Initiates a font editing session for another new font file.
END
Terminates all font editing operations.
OUTPUT
Saves the font file which has been modified or created.
END
Use this command to exit the font editor. If all new information
for the last font file created or modified has not been saved with
OUTPUT, the system prompts you to confirm saving the file or
losing the file before executing END.
Logon level
Syntax
Levels 1 through 5.
END
FEDIT
Use this command to invoke the font editor and access the
commands available. If you do not enter a parameter, this
command begins a font editing session.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
FEDIT [[ filename [.FNT]] | [@ filename[.CMD]]]
filename [.FNT]
Begins a font editing session and specifies the font file to be
copied to the work area.
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@filename[.CMD]
Begins a font editing session and specifies the command file
with font editor commands to be executed to create or
modify a font file.
FIX
Use this command to modify licensed and standard fonts and
logos, and to format the font or logo matrix so it can be printed
by your printer's IG version. This is a system command that does
not work in the font editor. Refer to the “Systems commands”
chapter of this document for more information.
HEXADECIMAL
Use this command to specify that subsequent font characters are
expressed by their hexadecimal codes rather than their octal
codes or character literals.
Logon level
Syntax
Default
Levels 1 through 5.
HEXADECIMAL
The default is to specify a character by its hexadecimal code.
INCLUDE
Use this command to assign the same character codes in the last
font file copied by the INPUT command to the specified
characters in the new font file. Specify these characters as
hexadecimal or octal codes, or as character literals. (The bitmaps
of the specified characters are copied from the INPUT font file to
the font file being created.) You can use this command multiple
times to copy characters from the INPUT font file.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
INCLUDE A-Z, a-z
A-Z
Specifies uppercase characters with contiguous character
code assignments, starting with A and ending with Z.
a-z
Specifies lowercase characters with contiguous character
code assignments, starting with a and ending with z.
Example
In the following example, the FEDIT command invokes the font
editor and the INPUT command selects a designated font file as
the primary source font file for the font editing session. The
CHARACTER command then specifies the use of character literals
by the following INCLUDE command.
FEDIT
FEDIT>INPUT L05TBC.FNT
FEDIT>CHARACTER
FEDIT>INCLUDE A-Z, a-z
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INPUT
Use this command to specify the font file to use as the primary
source file for the new font file you are creating. General font
characteristics information is copied to the new file.
Logon level
Syntax
Levels 1 through 5.
INPUT filename [.FNT]
Parameters
filename [.FNT]
Specifies the font file to be used as the source file.
Restriction
INPUT will erase a font file just created or modified unless it has
been saved with OUTPUT.
OCTAL
Use this command to specify that subsequent font characters are
expressed by their octal codes rather than their hexadecimal
codes or character literals.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Default
Levels 1 through 5.
OCTAL
None.
The default to specify characters is by hexadecimal codes.
OPEN
Use this command to specify the next font file to use as a
secondary source. You can copy characters from the secondary
file to the new font file. You can also select multiple secondary
source font files.
Logon level
Syntax
Levels 1 through 5.
OPEN filename[.FNT]
Parameters
filename [.FNT]
The file-id or name of a font file to open and access as a
secondary source font file. .FNT is assumed if omitted.
Restrictions
While the specified secondary source font file is open:
•
The primary source font file is unavailable until the secondary
source font is closed (refer to the CLOSE command in this
section).
•
The character selection mode may be HEXADECIMAL,
OCTAL, or CHARACTER.
•
The INCLUDE and RECODE commands may be specified, as
required, to enumerate the characters to be copied from the
secondary source font file with or without being recoded.
The system monitors the selection of secondary source font files
and issues an appropriate warning message whenever a condition
of possible font incompatibility is detected. It is assumed that a
font-knowledgeable user understands the full consequence of
any error/warning message before continuing.
If a secondary source font file is the first licensed font selected
for this new font file, the general overall characteristics initially
copied from the primary source font file are overwritten with
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general overall characteristics and augmented with security
information from the licensed font file.
A selected secondary source font file may be closed explicitly or
implicitly.
A secondary source font file may be incompatible with the font
character of the primary source (INPUT) font file. The system
displays a warning message if this occurs.
If a secondary source font file is the first licensed font selected
for this new font file, the general characteristics copied from the
primary source font file are overwritten characteristics augmented
with security information from the licensed font file.
OUTPUT
Use this command to save the font file you create or modify.
Logon level
Syntax
Levels 1 through 5.
OUTPUT filename[.FNT]
Parameters
filename[.FNT]
Names the font file. .FNT is assumed if omitted.
Restrictions
OUTPUT executes only if you have copied characters from a
source font file with INCLUDE or RECODE.
If an existing font file has the same name as that specified in an
OUTPUT command, the system issues a message requesting
confirmation that the existing font file should be overwritten.
•
If you enter Y, OUTPUT executes. This occurs when the user
is working on a long font editing session and wishes to save
the intermediate results. The latest intermediate results
supersede the preceding intermediate results.
•
If you enter N, OUTPUT does not execute. This response
helps to prevent the inadvertent loss of an existing font file.
The current newly created font file may be saved by issuing
another OUTPUT command and using a unique file name.
The contents of working storage are not affected by the OUTPUT
command. Thus, a series of new font files where the first file is a
subset of a latter file may be created. This is done by issuing an
OUTPUT command at intermediate points within a font editing
session, using the same primary source font file and any number
of secondary source font files.
RECODE
Use this command to copy characters and assign hexadecimal or
octal codes in the new font file which are different from their
codes in the source font file.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
RECODE [n=m|n-m =x-y|n =x-y]
n=m
Copies the character represented by m (a hexadecimal or
octal code, or the character literal) to the character in the
new font file, which is represented by n.
n-m =x-y
Copies the characters represented by the hexadecimal or
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octal codes (or character literals) in the range x-y to
characters in the new font file which are represented by the
range n-m.
n =x-y
Copies the characters represented by the hexadecimal or
octal codes (or literal characters) in the range x-y from the
source file to characters in the new font file which are
represented by the hexadecimal or octal codes (or character
literals) beginning with n.
Example
In the following example, the OCTAL keyword command
specifies that the character selection mode is octal. Therefore,
characters specified by subsequent RECODE command must be
expressed as octal values representing character code
assignments. As shown, a character within the source font file
with character code assignment octal 232 is copied into the new
font file and assigned character code of octal 44. Then the
HEXADECIMAL keyword command sets the character selection
mode to hexadecimal. Finally, a string of contiguous characters
with character code assignments hexadecimal 41 through 46 in
the source file are copied as contiguous characters into the new
font and assigned character codes hexadecimal 3A through 3F.
FEDIT>
FEDIT>
FEDIT>
FEDIT>
OCTAL
RECODE 44= 232
HEXADECIMAL
RECODE 3A=41-46
REORDER
Use this command to reorder bitmaps into ascending sequence
for compatibility with Interpress standards.
Logon level
Syntax
Levels 1 through 5.
REORDER filename[.FNT]
Parameters
filename[.FNT]
Specifies the font file whose bitmaps are to be reordered.
Restriction
Do not issue REORDER during a font editing session once a
primary source font file has been specified.
SUBSTITUTE
Use this command to replace a character within the new font
with another character from the INPUT font file.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
SUBSTITUTE m n
m
Copies the character represented by m (a hexadecimal or
octal code, or a character literal) from the INPUT font file.
n
Becomes the character represented by m (a hexadecimal or
octal code, or a character literal) in the new or modified font
file.
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Table 4-1.
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Command file commands
This chapter describes the command file commands available for
the Xerox 4850 and 4890 HighLight Color Laser Printing Systems
(LPS). These commands allow you to create and edit command
files.
A command file is a set of frequently used commands that was
created using the editor and stored as a .CMD file. It can be a
system command file (consisting of OSS commands), an editor
command file (consisting of editor commands), or a font editor
command file (consisting of font editor commands). You cannot
abbreviate commands within command files. You must spell out
each command.
Command summary
Command file commands
Command
Function
*
First symbol in a command file line providing a message to
the programmer.
First symbol in a command file line providing a message to
the operator.
.ASK
.ASKS
.ASKV
.BCP
.BEZ
.BF
.BNZ
Alters symbol settings.
Substitutes character string for variable name.
Assigns symbol integer values.
Branches if the processor is correct.
Branches if the symbol is zero.
Branches if false.
Branches if symbol is not zero.
.BR
.BT
.BX
.CHAIN
.DEC
.DELAY
Branches unconditionally.
Branches if true.
Branches to label selected by operator.
Chains editor command files.
Decrements a symbol.
Delays for a specified time.
.EXIT
.HOME
.INC
.NOSHOW
.PAUSE
.QWAIT
.SETC
Terminates a command file.
Clears the LPS display.
Increments a symbol.
Discontinues displaying logical commands.
Suspends execution of command file.
Queues the print job submitted to the command file.
Sets symbol to current logon class.
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COMMAND FILE COMMANDS
Table 4-1.
Logon level
Syntax
Logon level
Syntax
Editor Syntax
Font editor Syntax
Parameters
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Command file commands (continued)
Command
Function
.SETF
.SETT
.SETV
.SHOW
Sets symbol false.
Sets symbol true.
Sets symbol to a value.
Displays logical commands.
.WAIT
Suspends command file processing until print job completes.
Commands
The following command file commands are available for the 4890
HighLight Color LPS.
*
Use a * as the first character in a record that documents the
code in the file. It must be the first character on line.
Levels 1 through 5.
*
;
Use a ; to display comments for the operator command file
during execution of the coded command file. It displays
messages to prompt the operator for entries which the command
file cannot provide. It must be in the first position of the record.
Levels 1 through 5.
;
@command-file [.CMD]
Use editor command files to preserve and execute frequently
used sets of OSS, editor, and font editor commands. An OSS
command file contains OSS and command file commands. An
editor command file contains editor and command file
commands, and may also invoke ACCOUNT commands.
Logon level
Levels 1 through 5.
OSS Syntax
OSS READY>@filename[.CMD]
EDIT>@filename[.CMD]
FEDIT>@filename[.CMD]
@
Specifies that a command file is identified.
filename
Specifies the command file to execute.
.CMD
Specifies the file-type (optional).
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COMMAND FILE COMMANDS
.ASK
Use this command to set symbol x to true if at the prompt
defined by question-text, the operator enters Y and to set the
symbol to false if the operator enters N or presses <ENTER>.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
.ASK x ‘question-text ‘
x
Specifies a variable (A-H) whose condition can be set true or
false by the yes or no response entered by the operator.
question-text
Prompts the operator for a Y or N response. Single quotes
required. System appends “ ? (Y/N)” to text.
If the operator enters Y at the keyboard, x is set to true.
If the operator enters N or presses <ENTER>, x is set to false.
Example
.ASK H ‘; DO YOU WISH TO PROCEED‘
.ASKS
Use this command to substitute a character string entered by the
operator for a symbol I, J, or K.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
.ASKS {I|J|K} ‘message-text‘
I, J, K
I, J, or K is set to a string entered by the operator in
response to the message text prompt. It is substituted for
symbol x in related commands that follow.
message-text
Prompts the operator to enter a string for the I, J, or K value.
Single quotes are required.
Example
.ASKS I ‘; ENTER THE FILE TO BE DELETED‘
.ASKV
Use this command to set the symbol x value to an integer
between 0 and 255, inclusive. The integer is the operator’s
response to the question text prompt.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
.ASKV x ‘question text’
x
Specifies a variable (A-H) whose value will be set to the an
integer from 0 to 255 as entered by the operator in response
to the question text.
question text
Prompts the operator for an integer entry from 0 to 255.
Single quotes are required.
Example
.ASKV C ‘; ENTER THE NUMBER OF DISK DRIVES IN THE SYSTEM‘
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COMMAND FILE COMMANDS
.BCP
Many command files must be executed by a specific processor.
If a command file is written for the font editor, it will not
function under the text editor. Use the .BCP command to
ensure proper operation by branching to the specified label only
if the command file is invoked by the correct processor.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
.BCP {EDITOR|SYSTEM|FEDIT} num
EDITOR, SYSTEM, or FEDIT
Specifies the command file type for this command file.
num
A label defined in the command file to which the program
branches if the command file is invoked by the correct
processor.
Example
In the following example, the .BCP command prevents the editor
and font editor from trying to execute the system command file.
* THIS COMMAND FILE MUST BE RUN AT THE SYSTEM LEVEL
.BCP SYSTEM 25
; THIS COMMAND FILE MUST BE RUN AT THE SYSTEM LEVEL
; PLEASE RESTART IT
.EXIT
.25
(Body of system level command file)
.EXIT
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COMMAND FILE COMMANDS
.BEZ
The .BEZ command branches to the specified label if the value of
symbol x is equal to zero. If the symbol x (A-H) is not zero, a
branch will not occur and the next sequential command
following the .BEZ command in the command file will be acted
upon.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
.BEZ x num
x
A variable (A-H) whose value ranges from 0 to 255. The value
of this variable defines if a branch occurs.
num
A label defined in the command file to which the program
branches if the variable value is equal to zero.
Example
.SETV C=50
.BEZ C 0
; YOU DID NOT BRANCH BECAUSE C DOES NOT EQUAL ZERO
.EXIT
.0
; YOU BRANCHED BECAUSE C DOES EQUAL ZERO
.EXIT
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4-5
COMMAND FILE COMMANDS
.BF
The .BF command branches to the specified label if the condition
of symbol x is false. If the symbol x is set to true, a branch will
not occur, and the next sequential command following the .BF
command in the command file will be acted upon.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
.BF x num
x
A variable (A-H) whose condition can be true or false. The
condition of this variable defines if a branch will occur.
num
A label defined in the command file to which the program
branches if the variable value is false.
Example
.SETF
.BF E
; YOU
.EXIT
.256
; YOU
.EXIT
E
256
DID NOT BRANCH BECAUSE E IS NOT FALSE
BRANCHED BECAUSE E IS FALSE
.BNZ
The .BNZ command branches to the specified label if the value
of symbol x is not equal to zero. If the symbol x is zero, a
branch will not occur and the next sequential command
following the .BEZ command in the command file will be acted
upon.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
.BNZ x num
x
A variable (A-H) whose value ranges from 0 to 255. The
value of this variable defines if a branch will occur.
num
A label defined in the command file to which the program
branches if the variable value is NOT equal to zero.
Example
4-6
.SETV A=0
.BNZ A 200
; YOU DID NOT BRANCH BECAUSE A DOES EQUAL ZERO
.EXIT
.200
; YOU BRANCHED BECAUSE A DOES NOT EQUAL ZERO
.EXIT
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COMMAND FILE COMMANDS
.BR
The .BR command unconditionally branches out of the normal
program sequence to a specified label.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Example
Levels 1 through 5.
.BR num
num
A label defined in the command file to which the program
unconditionally branches. num consists of an integer.
.BR 20
; YOU DID NOT BRANCH
.EXIT
.20
; YOU BRANCHED TO LABEL 20
.EXIT
.BT
The .BT command branches to the specified label if the condition
of symbol x is true. If the symbol x is set to false, a branch will
not occur, and the next sequential command following the .BF
command in the command file will be acted upon.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
.BT x num
x
A variable (A-H) whose condition can be true or false. The
condition of this variable defines if a branch occurs.
num
A label defined in the command file to which the program
branches if the variable value is true.
Example
.SETT
.BT B
; YOU
.EXIT
.700
; YOU
.EXIT
B
700
DID NOT BRANCH BECAUSE B IS NOT TRUE
BRANCHED BECAUSE B IS TRUE
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COMMAND FILE COMMANDS
.BX
The .BX command branches to a label selected by the operator.
If the operator selects a value larger than the number of labels,
the branch will not occur and the next sequential command
following the .BX command in the command file will be acted
upon.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
.BX x num0,num1,..numn
x
A variable (A-H) whose value is selected by operator input.
The value of the variable can be from 0 to 255.
num0, num1...numn
Labels defined in the command file to which the program
branches. Each label corresponds to an option given to the
operator by its position in the command string (the first
option to the first label, and so forth). The operator enters a
number representing the position of the option (0 for first
option, for example), and the program branches to the
corresponding label.
Example
The following is an example of how the .BX command would fit
in:
.1
;
DO YOU WANT TO GENERATE:
;
;
0) QUIT
;
1) MASTER PATCH TAPE
;
2) OFF-LINE ONLY PATCH TAPE
;
3) ONLINE ONLY PATCH TAPE
;
4) SCSI CARTRIDGE PATCH TAPE
;
5) PATCH FLOPPY
;
.ASKV H '; ENTER NUMBER CORROSPONDING TO YOUR SELECTION:'
.BX H 9999,20,20,20,100,200
;
INAPPROPRIATE RESPONSE, TRY AGAIN
;
.BR 1
.9999
.EXIT
.20
(Commands for generating master, offline, and online patch
tapes.)
.EXIT
.100
(Commands for generating a SCSI Cartridge patch tape.)
.EXIT
.200
(Commands for generating a patch floppy disk.)
.EXIT
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COMMAND FILE COMMANDS
.CHAIN
Use this command to close the current command file and begin
processing the file specified. This command clears all values and
strings.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
.CHAIN filename[.file-type]
filename
Specifies the filename of the file to be processed next.
file-type
Specifies the file type of the file to be processed next. If no
file-type is specified, it defaults to .CMD.
Example
.CHAIN VERIFY.CMD
OR
.CHAIN VERIFY
.DEC
Use this command to decrease the value of x by 1.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
.DEC x
x
A variable (A-H) whose value will be decremented. The
range of the variable is from 0 to 255. If its value is 0,
decrementing by 1 assigns x a value of 255.
Example
.DEC D
.DELAY
Use this command to suspend command file processing for the
specified period of time.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
.DELAY n
n
Specifies the delay in seconds before processing continues.
Must be within the range 0 to 300 seconds (0 seconds to 5
minutes).
Example
.DELAY 180
.EXIT
Use this command to end command file processing. Ending the
command file also discontinues command file processing.
Logon level
Syntax
Levels 1 through 5.
.EXIT
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COMMAND FILE COMMANDS
.HOME
Use this command to clear the LPS display. The cursor is set to
the upper left corner of the display.
Logon level
Syntax
Levels 1 through 5.
.HOME
.INC
Use this command to increase the value of x by 1.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
.INC x
x
A variable (A-H) whose value is incremented by 1. If its value
is 255, adding 1 assigns it a value of 0.
Example
.INC E
.NO SHOW
Use this command to end screen display of logical commands
during command file processing.
Logon level
Syntax
Levels 1 through 5.
.NO SHOW
.PAUSE
Use this command to temporarily suspend a command file. The
following message displays and processing stops until you press
<ENTER> or enter the @RESUME command:
OS1275 COMMAND FILE SUSPENDED
If you enter @ABORT at this point, command file processing
terminates.
Logon level
Syntax
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Levels 1 through 5.
.PAUSE
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COMMAND FILE COMMANDS
.QWAIT
Use this command to queue the print job just submitted by the
command file. The .QWAIT command can replace the .WAIT
command in command files written for previous OSS versions.
The .QWAIT command delays command file execution until the
job completes input processing. Using .QWAIT allows the
command file to run faster because input processing of a job can
occur simultaneously with output processing of the previous job.
Logon level
Syntax
Example
Levels 1 through 5.
.QWAIT
Figure 4-1 shows a .QWAIT sample code in a command file.
Figure 4-1.
.QWAIT sample code in a command file
START <job A>
/*
Job A starts.
START <job B>
/*
Job B is queued to start input processing when
job A finishes input processing and begins
printing.
The command file waits for job A to complete
printing before executing the next step.
Job C is processed by input when job B begins
output processing.
The command file waits for job B to complete
printing before executing the next step.
Job D is processed by input when job B begins
output processing.
.QWAIT
/*
START <job C>
/*
.QWAIT
/*
START <job D>
/*
*/
*/
*/
*/
*/
*/
.SETC
Use this command to assign the value of the current logon class
to the symbol x.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
.SETC x
x
A variable (A-H) whose value represents an integer value from
1 to 5.
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COMMAND FILE COMMANDS
.SETD
Use this command to set up variables for the following date
components: year, month, day of the month, hour, minute,
second, day of the week.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
.SETD [m],[n],[o],[p],[q],[r],[s]
m
A variable between A and H inclusive, which sets the year.
n
A variable between A and H inclusive, which sets the month.
o
A variable between A and H inclusive, which sets the day of
the month.
p
A variable between A and H inclusive, which sets the hour.
q
A variable between A and H inclusive, which sets the minute.
r
A variable between A and H inclusive, which sets the second.
s
A variable between A and H inclusive, which sets the day of
the week.
Restriction
Examples
The variables are positional. Variables may be omitted, but each
omitted variable must be replaced by a comma.
.SETD ,,,,,,A
Sets A to the day of the week.
.SETD C,B,A
Sets C to the year, B to the month, and A to the day of the
month
.SETD A B C
Invalid. Commas are required.
.SETF
Use this command to set the symbol x value to false.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
.SETF x
x
A letter from A to H that represents true or false.
.SETT
Use this command to set the symbol x value to true.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
.SETT x
x
A letter from A to H that represents true or false.
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COMMAND FILE COMMANDS
.SETV
Use this command to set the symbol x value to the value of v.
Logon level
Syntax
Parameters
Levels 1 through 5.
.SETV x=v
x
A letter from A to H.
v
An integer value from 0 to 255.
.SHOW
Use this command to begin screen display of logical commands
during command file processing.
Logon level
Syntax
Levels 1 through 5.
.SHOW
.WAIT
Use this command to delay command file processing until the
submitted job completes processing. Then the LPS processes
the next command file entry. Any operator entry made during
this waiting period functions normally. An @ABORT entry
discontinues command file processing.
Be sure to include a .WAIT command after each print job
(whether a START, SAMPLE, or disk print job, such as an FDL or
PDL compilation with printing specified). Otherwise the
commands following the print job request are refused because
the system is printing.
If a print job is held in the queue in the schedule single or
schedule multiple mode, a .WAIT or .QWAIT command may hold
up the command file processing indefinitely.
Logon level
Syntax
Example
Levels 1 through 5.
.WAIT
Figure 4-2 shows a .WAIT sample code in a command file.
Figure 4-2.
START <job A>
START <job B>
.WAIT
START <job C>
.WAIT
START <job D>
/*
/*
/*
/*
/*
/*
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.WAIT sample code in a command file
Job A is started.
Job B is queued to start input processing
when job A finishes input processing and
begins printing.
The command file waits for jobs A and B to
complete printing before executing the next
step.
Job C starts after job B completes output
processing.
The command file waits for job C to complete
printing before executing the next step.
Job D starts after job C completes output
processing.
*/
*/
*/
*/
*/
*/
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5.
SDI Option commands
The Xerox Shared Disk Interface Option commands are defined
in the Xerox Shared Disk Interface Option Operations Guide.
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5-1
Glossary
4890 palette
A predefined set of colors or inks provided with the 4890
HighLight Color LPS. Different versions are provided with the
printer and with host- or PC-based application software.
A3
International paper size measuring 297 mm by 420 mm or 11.69
by 16.54 inches.
A4
International paper size measuring 210 by 297 mm or 8.27 by
11.69 inches.
additive primary color
There are five additive primary colors: red, green, blue, magenta
and cyan. When light of these five colors is combined in equal
amounts, the result is white light.
American Standard Code for
Information Interchange (ASCII)
Standard 7-bit code that represents alphanumeric information
Each alphanumeric character and several nonprinting characters
are assigned a binary number, covering 128 possible characters
It is used for information interchange among data processing
systems, data communication systems, and associated
equipment.
ANSI
application
software
American National Standards Institute.
Host- or LPS-resident software that directs the computer to
perform specific tasks or functions. Common business
applications include payroll, accounting, and inventory.
argument
Independent variable of a function, such as a parameter.
ascender
Portion of a lowercase alphabetic character that extends above
the main body of characters such as b, d, or h. See also
descender.
asynchronous
Transmission in data communications controlled by start and stop
characters; thus, time intervals between transmitted data blocks
may be unequal in length.
ASCII
American Standard Code for Information Interchange. Standard
7 or 8--bit code that represents alphanumeric characters and
several nonprinting characters by assigning each a binary number
covering 128 possible characters. It is a common standard for
information interchange among data processing systems, data
communication systems, and associated equipment.
B4
International paper size measuring 250 mm by 353 mm or 9.84
by 13.9 inches.
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GLOSSARY-1
GLOSSARY
batch
processing
background job
synchronous
binary
Measurement of data flow between devices in bits per second.
Common baud rates are 110, 300, 1200, 2400, 4800, and 9600.
BCD
Binary coded decimal.
communication
synchronous
transmission
bit
bitmap
bitmapped
bits per second
GLOSSARY-2
Low-priority job, usually batched, which is executed automatically
as system resources become available.
baud
binary
binary
Process that allows for repetitive operations to be performed
sequentially on batched data without much involvement from the
computer operator.
Numbering system with a base of 2. All numbers are
represented by combinations of 1 and 0.
See BSC.
Data transmission where synchronization of characters is
controlled by timing signals generated at the sending and
receiving stations.
Abbreviation for binary digit, the smallest unit of information
recognized by a computer.
Visual representation of graphic images in which a bit defines a
picture element (pixel) and a matrix of bits defines an image. For
example, if a bit is 1, the corresponding pixel is printed.
Display image generated bit by bit for each point or dot. A
software-driven scanner is used to create characters and/or
graphics.
See bps.
block length
Number of characters or bytes contained in a block of data (the
block is treated as a unit within the computer). Block length is
usually invariable within a system and may be specified in units
such as records, words, computer words, or characters.
blocking
Process of combining two or more records into a single block of
data which can moved, operated upon, stored, and so on, as a
single unit by the computer.
BOF
Bottom of form.
boot
To load the initial instructions of a program into memory. These
instructions direct the loading of the operating system and
application software.
BOT
Beginning of tape.
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bpi
Bits per inch.
bps
Bits per second. In serial communication, the instantaneous bit
speed a device or channel transmits a character.
BSC
Binary synchronous communications. 1. Data transmission in
which synchronization of characters is controlled by timing
signals generated at the sending and receiving stations. 2.
Communication using binary synchronous line discipline. 3.
Uniform procedure using a standardized set of control characters
and control character sequences for synchronous transmission of
binary-coded data between stations.
buffer
Area of memory in which data is stored during transfer from one
device to another. Used for: 1. Accumulating data into blocks
before storage or processing. 2. Adjusting differences of speed
between devices, or between a device and a communicating
facility.
byte
Fixed number of bits (in data processing, usually 8) processed as
a single binary value.
cache memory
CCID
CCU
A fast, small memory used to enhance CPU performance,
separate from the main processor memory.
Character code identifier. Code associated with the universal
identifier “Xerox” to indicate the version of the Xerox character
code standard used to code Interpress strings.
Customer Changeable Unit. The color housing that fits inside
the printer.
central processing unit
Interprets and executes instructions, performs all operations and
calculations, and controls input and output units and auxiliary
attachments.
channel
1. In data communications, a path or line that enables two or
more devices to communicate (sometimes called a circuit,
facility, or link). 2. In computers, a path for communication
between the central processing unit (CPU) and input and output
units, or between the CPU and peripheral devices.
character cell
character code identifier
character set
characters per inch
Area defined by the outside dimensions of a character plus all
horizontal and vertical spacing. In electronic printing, the
character cell is defined by a bitmap of dots.
See CCID.
Set of all characters defined in a font, including alphabetic,
numeric, and special characters such as symbols.
See cpi.
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GLOSSARY
clearing house service
clocking
Group of related feeder trays, usually containing the same size
and type of paper (stock). Each cluster has a name, consisting of
one to six alphanumeric characters.
CME
Entry modifying the output printing characteristics of a report on
a copy-to-copy basis.
CMT
Character mapping table.
Code
conversion
color definition model
color
substitution
command
language
A printing industry standard color definition model where all
colors are defined in terms of values for the four-color process
primary colors: cyan, magenta, yellow, and black. Refer to color
definition model.
1. A set of symbols representing data or instructions to a
computer. 2. To write a program or routine that instructs a
computer to perform specified operations.
Translation of one type of character or symbol code to another.
A standardized format for defining colors using quantifiable
values. The most popular such models are RGB, CMYK, and
HSB.
The 4890 HighLight Color LPS uses an algorithm to translate a
color specified in a printing industry standard color definition
model to a tone of the Highlight primary color using a 4890
palette.
A language used to instruct an operating system.
communication
line
Telecommunication line connecting devices at one location with
devices at other locations in order to transmit and receive
information.
communication
link
Physical means connecting one location to another to transmit
and receive information, such as a data link
composite
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A method of synchronizing sending and receiving data
communications devices. Clocking allows synchronous
transmission at high speeds.
cluster
CMYK
code
Directory of registered users, services, and other resources,
allowing relevant information about each item to be retrieved by
name.
compiler
Software that translates instructions written in high-level language
into machine language for execution by a system.
character
Character that has multiple bitmap references combined into one
and stored on disk in font memory.
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continuous
printing
continuous
tone
A photograph, rendering, or other similar image that is made of
blended gray tones or values that flow into each other gradually
and without hard edges.
control program
An operating system program that manages job flow,
input/output processing, and other overall system functions and
resources.
Copy Modification Entry
copy-sensitive
See CME.
Job in which multiple copies of a report contain different data,
such as paychecks and banking statements.
cpi
Characters per inch. Measure of the size of a fixed-pitch font
expressed as the number of characters of the font that can be set
in one horizontal inch. See also pitch.
CSI
Command status interface.
Data Capture Utility
data
Refers to Interpress job integrity under any of the following
conditions: excessive graphics, forms, or font use problems.
communications
See DCU.
Transmission and reception of encoded information over
telecommunication lines.
data file
Collection of related data records organized in a specific manner
so that each record is similarly structured. An example of this
would be a payroll file set up with one record for each
employee, last name first, indicating the rate of pay and all
deductions.
data link
Physical means of connecting one location with another for
communication. This might include the communications lines,
modems, and controls that transmit information between two or
more stations.
DCU
Data capture utility. LPS function that saves and prints all system
controller activity and provides tracing and event logging
facilities.
DDCMP
default
defined ink
Digital Data Communication Message Protocol.
Value assigned to a field by the system if no input is received
from the operator.
The tone (defined in the ink catalog file and reproduced for your
reference on the printed samples of 4890 HighLight Color LPS
palettes) as it is applied to the page.
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descender
DEC
device
digitize
Digital Equipment Corporation.
Any piece of hardware other than the CPU (Central Processing
Unit).
To express or represent data in digital (binary) form so that it can
be processed electronically.
DJDE
Dynamic job descriptor entry. Command within an input data
stream used to modify the printing environment dynamically.
DMA
Direct memory access.
DMR
Data mode ready. Command parameter that designates a Digital
Equipment Corporation host system.
document
1. Data medium and the data recorded on it, usually permanent,
which can be read by you or a computer. 2. Collection of
information pertaining to a specific subject or related subjects.
dot
Picture element (pixel) imaged by a printer. The number of dots
imaged per inch measures printer resolution, for example, 300
dots per mich (dpi). See also spot.
dpi
Dots per inch. Indicates the number of dots per inch displayed
on a terminal screen or printed to form a character or graphic.
dry ink
Minute particles of resin and carbon black that can accept an
electrical charge and create images. Resin and carbon black or
color pigment toner are combined with developer to form the
dry ink.
DSDD
Double sided double density.
DSSD
Double sided single density.
DSU
duplex
dynamic Job descriptor entry
EBCDIC
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Portion of the lowercase alphabetic character that extends below
the main body of characters such as g, p, or y. See also
ascender.
Digital signal unit.
1. Ability of a data communications system to send and receive
information simultaneously. 2. In printing, duplex means printing
on both sides of the paper.
See DJDE.
Extended binary coded decimal interchange code. Coded
character set consisting of up to 256 8-bit coded characters.
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edge marking
electronic
publishing
elite
embedded
The integrated production of documents on demand, using
digitally stored documents, computerized composition, and
electronic printing systems.
Smallest size standard typewriter type which is 12 characters per
horizontal inch.
blanks
Blank spaces within a command line.
EMT
Emulator trap. Language instruction.
enabler
ENET
Hardware devices or software packages that come with the
printer and allow it to perform as specified.
Ethernet network.
EOF
End of file.
EOT
End of tape.
escapement
Ethernet
Extended binary coded decimal
interchange code
extended
Use of graphic objects (usually lines or boxes) that bleed off the
edge of the physical page. See also physical page.
metrics
Lateral positioning of characters or font families.
Xerox developed local area network (LAN) that allows
transmission of data by cable from one device to another. A
modified version of the Ethernet specification has been approved
as IEEE standard 802.3.
See EBCDIC.
Measurements used in Interpress to alter the size of fonts,
allowing more precision with character escapement. Used for
rendered characters.
FCB
Forms control buffer. Controls the vertical format of printed
output.
FCP
File control parameter.
FCG
Finishing Configuration Utility.
FCU
File Conversion Utility.
FDL
Forms description language. LPS-resident source language used
to design electronic forms. See also FSL and form.
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GLOSSARY
FDR
feedback
FFM
firmware
fixed font
fixed pitch
fixed spacing
flag
floating accent
font
Font Interchange Standard (FIS)
Portion of an output signal that is returned, directly or indirectly,
to be compared to a reference signal to maintain the quality of
the output signal.
Font file management.
Permanent programs stored in read-only memory (ROM).
Font containing characters with fixed spacing.
Font set with every character cell having the same width. In
reference to character sets, this term describes typefaces with all
character cells having equal width. Monospaced as opposed to
proportional spaced.
Arrangement of characters on a line so that all characters occupy
the same amount of horizontal space.
Small indicator marking the occurrence of an event or the
existence of a certain condition while the program is executing.
Nonspacing accent characters that can be combined with
characters and printed as a composite.
Complete set of characters of a particular font family having the
same point size, weight, stress, and orientation.
A standard that defines the digital representation of fonts and
character metrics for the generation of an entire series of
Interpress fonts.
form
1. Compiled .FSL file. 2. Specific arrangement of lines, text, and
graphics stored in an electronic version. Forms can be printed
without variable data or merged with variable data during the
printing process. See also FDL and FSL.
format
1. Layout of a document, including margins, page length, line
spacing, and typeface. 2. In data storage, the way the surface of
a disk is organized to store data. 3. To prepare the surface of a
disk for acceptance of data.
format line
Line preceding the message text in a formatted message display.
form feed
Keyboard and printer control character that causes the printer to
skip to the top of the next page.
forms control buffer
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File directory.
See FCB.
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forms description language
See FDL.
forms source library
See FSL.
FPS
Formatting print service.
FSL
Forms source library. Uncompiled collection of user-created files
containing FDL commands. See also FDL and form.
FST
Font specification table.
fuse
GB
GCR
GHO
gigabyte
group code recording (GCR) mode
halftone
To affix dry ink to paper by heat or pressure or a combination of
both.
Gigabyte. Unit of approximately one billion bytes.
Group code recording.
Graphics handling option.
See GB.
Refers to the specific density of data (such as 6250 bpi) as it is
recorded on tape, which is measured in bits per inch (bpi).
gsm
Grams per square meter.
GVG
Graphics video generator.
screen
A tool used in offset printing, typesetting, and laser printing to
convert a continuous tone (such as photographic) image to dots,
which allows the image to be rendered accurately in these
printing processes.
hardcopy
Machine output in permanent form, such as printed reports and
listings. Output in a permanent form (usually on paper or paper
tape) rather than in temporary form, as on a display. Contains
readable printed copy of machine (such as computer) output.
hardware
Physical components (mechanical, magnetic, electronic, and so
on) of a system, as opposed to programs, procedures, rules, and
associated documentation. The hardware is operated by
software and firmware.
HCF
HCSS
High-capacity feeder.
High-capacity stitcher/stacker; also referred to as stitcher/stacker.
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hexadecimal
HFDL
hierarchy
high-level
language
highlight color
HIP
host
host interface
Host forms description language.
Relative priority assigned to arithmetic or logical operations that
must be performed.
Programming language consisting of words and symbols that are
close to normal English and, also readily understandable by the
user. High-level source languages are used for most commercial
programs.
Printing with black plus another color. A range of colors, tints,
and shades is printed by varying the percentage of black dots,
colored dots, and the white space between the dots.
Host interface processor.
Computer accessed by users that serves as a source of highspeed data processing for workstations with less computer
power. Commonly referred to as mainframe.
Connection between network and host computer.
HSB
A printing industry standard color definition model in which all
colors are defined in terms of values for hue, saturation, and
brightness. Refer to color definition model.
hue
The name that describes a color's general appearance, such as
red, green, and blue.
identifier (id)
IFU
image area
initialize
initial program load
ink catalog
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Numbering system with a base of 16. The numbers 10 through
15 are represented by A through F.
Character(s) used to identify or name data and possibly to
indicate certain properties of that data image area on a physical
page that may contain text or graphics.
Interpress font utility. A utility for managing Interpress fonts.
Area on a physical page that may contain text or graphics.
1. To prepare a blank diskette so it can accept data. This is
usually accomplished when a program is booted. 2. To set all
information in a computer system to its starting values.
See IPL.
File containing inks that is referenced by all software for color
information. The ink catalog file has the extension .ICT.
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ink
referencing
Process by which inks within the ink catalog are referenced in
PDL and FDL commands, and by page description language
interpreters.
ink
substitution
Option of aborting the printing process or continuing with a
substitute ink if the referenced ink is not found.
input devices
input/output
interface
Interpress
Interpress font utility (IFU)
Interpress font utility (IFU) program
Interpress
master
Keyboards, magnetic media, or any device used to give a system
information.
General term encompassing the flow of data into and out of a
system. Also referred to as I/O.
The device that connects two systems to allow them to
communicate.
Industry-standard page description language developed by Xerox.
Interpress documents can be printed on any sufficiently powerful
printer equipped with Interpress print software.
Utility for managing fonts.
Program used to convert FIS fonts to LPS fonts.
File written according to the Interpress standard.
IPD
Interpress decomposer.
IPL
Initial program load. For the optional 9-track magnetic tape
drive, the internal initialization sequence whereby certain
functions are loaded into random access memory (RAM).
IPM
Interpress mapping.
ips
Inches per second.
JCB
Job control block.
JCL
Job control language.
JDE
Job descriptor entry. Collection of job descriptions.
JDL
Job description library. Collection of compiled job descriptions.
See also JSL.
JID
Job identifier.
job descriptor entry
See JDE.
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job descriptor library
See JDL.
job source library
See JSL.
JSL
keyword
Required part of a command.
label
Reference to a file saved on tape or disk, a record indicating the
file name or date created, or other control information.
LAN
Local area network. LAN is the lower two layers of the network
architecture: the physical layer and the data link layer
landscape
Orientation in which text and images are positioned parallel to
the long edge of the paper.
laser printing
latent image
leading
Technology that uses a laser to transfer character forms to a page
by direct or indirect means.
Static charge present on the photo conductor before contact
with dry ink particles.
(pronounced ledding) Vertical distance between lines of type
(also called line space), measured from a baseline of one line to
the baseline of the next.
legal size
Paper size measuring 8.5 by 14 inches or 216 by 356 mm.
letter size
Paper size measuring 8.5 by 11 inches or 216 by 279 mm.
light emitting diode (LED)
LF
line feed
literal
logical page
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Job source library. Collection of uncompiled job descriptions.
See also JDE and JDL.
Solid substance that glows when a current is passed through it.
Often used for indicator lights on disk drives or modems, as well
as for displays on other electronic equipment.
Line feed character.
Control character that (unless set to be interpreted as a line end)
causes the printing system to begin printing in the current
character position of the next line.
Alphanumeric character beginning with a letter, including an
asterisk, period, colon, or slash, and not enclosed in single
quotes.
In Xerox printing systems, a logical page is a formatted page that
is smaller than the physical page. A logical page is defined by an
origin, thus allowing more than one logical page to be placed on
a physical page.
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long-edge
logo
Small illustration or design, usually simple, typically used to
identify a company.
feed
See LEF.
lpi
LPS
LUN
Lines per inch.
Laser printing system.
Logical unit number. A number that identifies a peripheral device
to the OSS.
magnetic media
Term for all storage devices (disks, tape, and so on) on which
data is stored in magnetic form.
map
To establish a set of values having a defined correspondence
with the quantities or values of another set.
mask
Selection of bits from a storage unit by use of an instruction that
eliminates the other bits in the unit. In accessing files, a file
name mask is used to reference one or more files with similar
file-id (identifier) syntax. In Interpress, a mask serves as a
template, indicating the shape and position of an object on a
page.
master file
File serving as a general reference point for a particular
application system and providing information to be used by the
program. It is usually updated and maintained to reflect the
results of current or daily processing operations.
MB
metacode
MHz
mixed
environment
modem
monochrome
Megabyte. Unit of approximately one million bytes.
Method of controlling the image generator. The character
dispatcher uses these codes to generate scan line information.
This information is sent in the form of character specifications to
the image generator, which uses it to compose the bit stream
that modulates the laser. Also called native mode.
Megahertz. One million cycles per second. Used to measure
electromagnetic waves.
Multiple printers or printing systems in the same location.
Device that converts digital information into an analog signal
suitable for sending over analog telecommunication lines. Also
converts an analog signal from telecommunication lines into
digital information.
Printing in one color only.
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nesting
network
node
object file
octal
offline
offset
Station, terminal or computer operating in a network
environment.
Source file converted into machine language (binary code).
System of representing numbers based on 8.
Devices not under the active control of a central processing unit.
For example, a computer makes output to a magnetic tape. The
tape is then used by an offline printing system to produce
printed data. Offline operations are much slower than online
operations. Refer to online.
To place printed output sets in slightly different positions from
each other in an output bin for easy separation of collated sets.
printing
Widely-used method of commercial and corporate printing, in
which ink is picked up by a metal or paper plate, passed to an
offset drum, then passed to the paper.
online
Devices under the direct control of a central processing unit,
such as a printing system in interactive communication with a
mainframe. Refer to offline.
system
orientation
origin
output
overprint lines
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System of hardware and software that manages communication
and sharing of common resources (such as printers) between
computers and terminals for multiple users at once.
offset
operand
operating
Subroutine or set of data, such as a comment, contained
sequentially within another set of data.
That which is acted upon, for example, data, in an operation or
process.
Software that controls the low-level tasks in a computer system,
such as input or output and memory management. The
operating system is always running when the computer is active.
In reference to image area, describes whether the printed lines
are parallel to the long edge of the paper (landscape) or the
short edge of the paper (portrait).
In reference to image area, the upper left corner of a sheet.
1. Material produced by a peripheral device of a computer, such
as a printout or a magnetic tape. 2. The result of completed
operations.
Print lines whose carriage control specifies printing with no line
spacing after the last printed line.
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overprint ratio
page end
page
Maximum number of variable data and form characters that can
be intersected by a single scan line.
Command character (form feed) to terminate the current page.
orientation
Direction that data is printed on a report. Refer to landscape
page orientation and portrait page orientation.
pagination
Process of separating text into pages.
palette
parameter
pass-through
job
parse
Predefined set of colors or inks. Different versions are provided
with the printer and with some application software packages.
Part of a command, other than the keyword. See keyword.
On systems with XPAF, a job that is sent directly from a host to a
Xerox printer through XPAF without undergoing XPAF processing.
To read or interpret a command; to build up a parameter list
from information within a command.
PCC
Printer carriage control.
PDE
Page description entry.
PDL
Print description language. Language used to describe printing
jobs to a laser printing system. PDL describes the input (type,
format, characteristics), performs the processing functions
(logical processing), and describes the output (type, format, font
selection, accounting options).
PE
physical page
Phase encoded.
Actual page size your printer uses to print a form.
pica
1. Unit of measurement equal to twelve points or approximately
1/6 inch. 2. A 10-pitch typeface having ten characters per inch
and 12 points in height. See also point.
pitch
Width of a fixed-pitch font expressed in characters per horizontal
inch.
pixel
Acronym for picture element. Smallest addressable point of a
bitmapped screen that can be independently assigned color and
intensity.
point
In Xerox laser printing systems, a unit of measurement equal to
0.0139 inch. Points are always used to express type, size, and
leading. There are 12 points to a pica and about 72 points to an
inch. See also pica.
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point size
portrait
PostScript
ppm
print quality adjustment
primary color
print description language
print ratio
printer subsystem controller
print file
PQA
printout
PROM
Orientation in which text and images are positioned parallel to
the short edge of the paper.
Proprietary page definition language, compatible with the Xerox
4890 Highlight Color LPS when a front-end conversion utility is
installed.
Pages per minute.
See PQA.
A color that, when combined with one or more other primary
colors in a color model system in varying quantities, produces
the palette of colors described by that model.
See PDL.
The maximum number of variable data and form characters that
may be intersected by a single scan line.
See PSC.
Portion of the system disk memory (up to 4 MB) reserved for
temporary storage of formatted pages for printing. Pages are
retained until they are delivered to the output tray.
The process the 4890 HighLight Color LPS uses to maintain the
electrostatic state of the xerographic subsystem to ensure
optimal print quality.
Informal expression referring to almost anything printed by a
computer peripheral device.
Programmable read-only memory.
prompt
Message or symbol displayed on a system console requiring the
operator to take action.
process color printing
In process color printing, every color in the spectrum is printed
by combining various percentages of the four-color process
primary colors–cyan, magenta, yellow, and black.
processor
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Height of character set from the top of its ascenders to the
bottom of its descenders in units (points). Point size does not
always include leading.
Applies to any system that is capable of receiving and performing
operations upon data and supplying the results of those
operations.
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protocol
proportional
proportional
font
spacing
proportional
Formal set of conventions governing format of data and control
of information exchange between two communication devices.
Font containing characters that vary in width.
Text where each alphanumeric character is given a weighted
amount of space. Such output has print-like appearance.
Proportional spacing allows more space for wide characters and
less space for narrow characters.
type
Characters that vary in width.
PSC
Printer subsystem controller. Command and task that download
the printer and/or raster image processor (RIP) software if
selected.
query
Request for data or other information, entered by an operator
while the system is processing.
queue
Managed database of documents waiting to be processed.
RAM
raster data
raster image processor
rasterization
read-only memory
Random access memory.
Binary data, usually consisting of dots arranged in scan lines,
according to the print order.
See RIP.
The creation of a bitmap image on a page for printing.
See ROM.
read/write head
A small electromagnet that reads, writes, and erases data in the
form of magnetic dots on the surface of an external storage
medium, such as a magnetic disk.
real time
To process transactions as they are entered into a system. User
and system interchange allow transactions to be processed and
the results returned to the user.
remote access
RGB
ROM
Access to a central computer by terminals or devices
geographically separated from that computer.
A printing industry standard color definition model where all
colors are defined in terms of values for the three additive
primary colors: red, green and blue. Refer to color definition
model.
Solid-state memory for programs. It cannot be rewritten.
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rendered
character
report
resolution
RIP
scale
sci
scroll
SCSI
SDI
secondary
storage
security
SEF
sequential
set
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Character whose bitmap is a combination of other bitmaps
positioned relative to each other, such as accented characters
and single characters consisting of two or more characters. A
rendered character does not require additional disk space or font
memory.
In setting a separation boundary, report refers to a subset of a
job. A job may consist of one or more reports.
Number of dots per inch (dpi) or spots per inch (spi). The
greater the number of dots, the higher the resolution and the
clearer the image. The terms dots, spots, and pixels are
synonymous.
Raster image processor. LPS option that supports the Interpress
V3.0 Publications Set.
To adjust font or image size according to given proportions.
START command index.
Manipulation of a display to bring upper or lower portions of a
document page into view when available space is insufficient to
view the entire document at once.
Small computer system interface. Common standard for
connecting devices to computers.
System diagnostics interface. OSS task used by service personnel
to diagnose system problems.
Form of storage external to a system, such as magnetic tapes or
floppy disks.
1. Procedure for limiting access to the system's resources,
programs, or files, to authorized personnel. 2. Protecting
programs and files from unintentional or undesired modification.
See short-edge feed.
1. In numeric sequence, usually in ascending order. 2. A file
structure in which records are written one after another and
cannot be randomly accessed.
Multiple copies of the same report.
SFC
Status file converter.
SFS
Status file service.
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short-edge
shade
Color resulting from adding black to a pure hue. See also tint
and tone.
feed
Movement of paper through the printer in the direction of the
paper width (the shorter side of a sheet of paper).
SIF
simplex
printing
small computer system interface
SNA
special
processing
spi
spooling
spot
See SCSI.
System network architecture. Total description of logical
structure, formats, and protocols of operation sequences for
transmitting an information unit through the communication
system.
Commands allowing the user to process special reports such as
printing certain records, and printing on special paper
Spots per inch. See resolution.
Process of releasing data from main memory and storing it
temporarily until a peripheral device is ready to accept it, for
example, storing print data before sending it to a printer.
A picture element imaged by the printer. Synonymous with dot
and pixel.
Detailed instructions in a program step, written according to
specific rules called syntax.
static data
Information usually found on preprinted forms or overlays.
stock
descriptor
stock name
stock
Printing on one side of the page.
statement
station
stock
Sequence insert file.
1. In data communications, a terminal device connected to a data
link. 2. In computer networks, any of the numerous terminal
devices that form a network.
User-defined name in the JSL that specifies a certain type of
paper for printing a job.
A stock reference or a stock name.
The name of a cluster as defined by a system command.
reference
An application specific pseudonym for a cluster.
stockset
Collection of stocks to be used on a print job. See also stock.
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string
Connected sequence of alphanumeric characters treated as one
unit of data by a program.
symbiont
Device which shares a common purpose and close association
with other devices. This term is used to identify the Xerox print
software which resides in the Digital host system as part of the
XPMF-VMS communications link.
symbol
synchronous
syntax
syntax error
System
Rules governing the structure of expressions in a programming
language.
System response to a mistake in a command's entry.
Abbreviated form of system generation.
System
1. In data processing, a collection of computer components and
procedures organized to accomplish a set of specific functions.
2. Assembly of components united by some form of regulated
interaction to form an organized whole. 3. Operations or
procedures used to accomplish a business activity.
controller
system file
generation
System Network Architecture
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Efficient encoding of data suitable for high-speed, block-oriented
data transmission by using equal time elements.
sysgen
system disk
system
Character used in a computer language to specify a particular
function.
The part of the LPS that provides interfacing capability, data
handling, formatting, buffering, and operator control for the
system. Also called the system controller.
Magnetic disk storage medium, usually of large capacity, that is
not removable as opposed to floppy disk or disk packs.
Master software program that keeps all components working
together.
Process whereby the system is made ready to operate. Typically
involves selecting the operative parameters and activating the
relevant software.
See SNA.
system page
Maximum area in which text and graphics can be imaged on a
printing system.
tape density
Expression of the format of a magnetic tape measured in number
of bytes that can be stored per inch of tape.
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tape drive
telecommunications
teleprocessing
templates
temporary
storage
terminal
throughput
Input/output device that controls the movement of magnetic
storage tape past the read/write head while data is accessed or
stored.
The transfer of data through telephone lines.
Data transfer through telecommunication lines for processing
among various remote terminals and the central processing unit
(CPU).
1. Preset document formats, usually furnished along with
application software, such as electronic spreadsheets or data
base programs. 2. Also applies to keyboard overlays showing
function keys for particular software packages.
Main memory locations reserved for intermediate results of
processing, control values, or other information that needs to be
kept on hand as a program proceeds.
Interface device connected to a computer or network. A
terminal has no processing capability of its own.
Measure of the number of pages printed during a given unit of
time, usually expressed as pages per minute.
tint
Color resulting from adding white to a pure hue. See also
shade and tone.
TOF
Top of form.
toggle
In an LPS system, to switch (alternate) from one tray to another.
The system will switch from an active feeder or stacker tray to an
inactive one to allow continuous printing when the proper
commands are invoked.
token
A coded character representing a word used in programs. For
instance STOP is a word and the one-byte token for it in a BASIC
dialect is 250.
tone
total xerographic convergence (TXC)
tpi
Primary color in its pure form, or mixed with black or white to
create a lighter tint or darker shade of the primary color. See
also shade and tone.
For the 4890 HighLight Color LPS, a function of the operating
system software (OSS) that monitors the state of the color and
black developer housings. If TXC detects a condition that may
affect print quality, TXC requests that the operator initiate Print
Quality Adjustment (PQA) to adjust the xerographic subsystem.
Refer to print quality adjustment.
Tracks per inch.
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transaction
processing
translation
transmission
Tri-level
speed
1. In data communications, the conversion of one code to
another on a character-by-character basis. 2. In programming,
the function of a language processor that converts a source
program from one programming language to another.
In data communications, the rate data is passed through
communication lines, usually measured in bits per inch (bpi).
xerography
The feature of the 4890 HighLight Color LPS that enables the
rasterization of both the black and the color images in a single
pass by the creation of a third charge state.
truncated
Cut off before completion, as when data transfer from a host to
a printer is cut off before all data has been transmitted.
two-up
TXC
type style
typeface
UCS
UCSB
UI
Universal Character Set
utility program
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Method of data processing that updates files and results are
generated immediately after data entry.
Printing two logical pages on one side of a physical page.
Total xerographic convergence.
Italic, condensed, bold, and other variations of typeface that
form a type family.
Set of fonts having identical design features that give the type a
uniform appearance.
Universal Character Set. Printer feature that permits the use of a
variety of character arrays.
Universal Character Set Buffer.
User interface.
See UCS.
General-purpose program that performs activities, such as
initializing a disk or sorting, which are not specific to any
application.
validation
Process of testing a system's ability to meet performance
objectives by measuring or monitoring its performance in a live
environment.
variable data
Changeable information which is merged with a standard
document to create specialized or personalized versions of that
document. Variable data is not a part of a form design, but
varies from page to page.
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variable text
Text of changing nature (such as names and addresses)
combined with a form letter to make a complete document.
verification
Process of testing a system's ability to meet performance
objectives by running programs in a simulated environment.
virtual page
Page area selected by a forms designer for printing.
vpos
Vertical positioning.
WAN
Wide area network.
weight
wildcard
write protection
x axis
x height
xerographic
xerographic
Perceived blackness of a character affected by varying the width
of the stroke. Weight is expressed in general terms as either
bold or roman.
Character (usually an asterisk *) which can be inserted into a
command string to indicate that it may represent one or more
characters in that position.
Data protection feature implemented on magnetic media (for
example, floppy disk, 9-track tape) to prevent stored data from
being modified, written over, or erased.
Horizontal axis on a forms grid.
Height of lowercase letters without their ascenders or
descenders (height of letter “x”).
xdot
Unit of measurement representing a fraction of an inch. May
also be referred to as a picture element (pixel) or spot; for
example, 1/600 spots per inch (spi).
engine
Component of a printer that develops an image, transfers it to
paper, and fuses it for output as hardcopy.
mode
xerographic mode persistence (XMP)
xerographic mode switching (XMS)
XICS
Either of two possible printer configurations: 1. Black mode
which allows printing with black dry ink only. 2. Highlight mode
which enables both highlight color and black printing.
For the 4890 HighLight Color LPS, a value specified during
sysgen, in JDL or in DJDE code that specifies on what basis
xerographic mode switching (XMS) may take place. Refer to
xerographic mode switching.
A function of the operating system software (OSS) that controls
the xerographic mode of the 4890 HighLight Color LPS. The
operator or programmer controls XMS through the xerographic
mode persistence (XMP) setting. Refer to xerographic mode.
Xerox Integrated Composition System.
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XJCF
Xerox Job Control Facility.
XNS
Xerox Network Systems is the network architecture and protocol
used with Xerox equipment.
XPAF, XPF
XPPI
XPS
(Xerox Print Service)
XPS
(Xerox Publishing System)
XPMF-VMS
y axis
GLOSSARY-24
Xerox Printer Access Facility.
Xerox Pen Plotter Interface.
Xerox Print Service (XPS) Manager is a printer front end to other
hosts. XPS Manager server communicates with the printer via a
layered communication protocol, based on the XNS protocol
suite but enhanced with “online“ capability.
Xerox Publishing System.
Xerox Print Management Facility-VMS Version.
Vertical axis on a forms grid.
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