We are working on that as well, though I don't have any good solutions yet
either. If you run across something please let me know.

Just as an FYI, I tried hardcoding a duplex print escape sequence into
PCLRenderer.java and it printed both sides as expected. So I figure once we
solve how to pass through the landscape code, this should be resolved as

There is more to this than a FOP coding issue I believe however. The xsl:fo
standard has nothing to do with how a particular printer should behave. So
we also need to figure out how to get the information from the stylesheet to
the renderer without damaging the integrity of the xsl.

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, October 12, 2001 7:45 AM
Subject: Embedding Printer Control parameters in PCL

> Hi Art,
>  I am trying to send fop generated PCL from web server to network
> For each document, we know the print controls(like duplex etc.) Is there a
> way to embed these controls as part of the PCL stream so that duplex
> are automatically delivered as duplex without any other intervention. All
> our printers support duplex printing.
> Thanks
> -rajendran.

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