me = “My Document”; tFile = NULL; DocInfo. pDatatype = “RAW”; // Inform the spooler the document is. pDatatype = (LPTSTR)_T(“RAW”);. This casting boils down to DocInfo. NULL; ype = dataType; DWORD printJob = StartDocPrinter(hprinter, 1. pDocName = (LPTSTR)_T(“test”); tFile = NULL; DocInfo. pDatatype = (LPTSTR)_T(“RAW”); // Inform the spooler the document is.
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Sending Raw Data to the Zebra Kiosk Printer
Of which there are entirely too many of, that’s why you can only get an “it did not work” status code. Provide an answer or move on to the next question.
Apin 1, 7 Hey guys, im am trying do send a pdf file to a multi-functional kyocera network printer kyocera taskalfa ci in pdatatpe company.
HOWTO: Send Raw Data to a Printer by Using the Win32 API
You’ll need to choose a username for the site, which only take a couple of moments here. Send raw data to virtual PDF printer. I’m printing to an attached old HP LJ4. The time now is Some of the products that appear on this site are from companies from which QuinStreet receives compensation.
WritePrinter API CodeSnippet to Test
The data is plain text. But check on whether ‘wide’ char string argument is needed. Thanks for your help.
So using GetLastError just gets you a bewildering random number. Right, I forgot about that.
Just guessing, but it seems like you are sending the PDF directly to the printer and bypassing all printing operations. Insults are not welcome. Marc Gregoire – NuonSoft http: WritePrinter is the only version of API function, no wide version. Add your pfatatype here. Do you need your password? Never share your secrets with anybody.
To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. The way to produce lpData socinfo way too confusing. As Chris Meech said in the comment he guessedI am not guessing, you send pdf file content, I can see in your code.
Articles Quick Answers Messages Use my saved content filters. And the code failed on StartDocPrinter, it returning 0 which mean failed.
pdatxtype Dieter, Dec 14, Look for anything in the Application event log. I can’t check it right now, but probably those printer functions are inside a define?
And using the GetLastErrorthe function return Developing Multithreaded Applications Slow Chat: Try to avoid Microsoft T macro altogether, these macros are outdated and useless.