If you are sending EBCDIC and it is not translated to ASCII, you will
get @ printed where blanks are expected (a whole lot of places).  Fix
by translating EBCDIC to ASCII.

On Wed, Jun 13, 2012 at 5:29 AM, Andre Massena
<andre_mass...@lavache.com> wrote:
> Hello all,
> have the following problem(s):
> Printsrv and all of it's bells and whistles works on z/OS 1.10 and 1.12.
> I have TARed (PAXed) the /var/Printsrv directory, copied it to my target
> (z/OS1.13) and started Printsrv as per instructions.
> All necessary RACF, Linklist and USS definitions are in place.
> When I look at the printer definitions on z/OS 1.13 from the ISPF interface,
> all seems as it should be, i.e. all printers definitions are as defined in
> z/OS 1.10 / 1.12.
> From SDSF I can print a JES output using 'xsc' and everything appears on my
> chosen printer in clear and legible format.
> Using the APPPRINT utility (Batch) I see the banner page being printed
> legibly, everything after that, however, is illegible. It would seem that
> the print is being somewhat overlaid.
> I can see no strange errors / messages when I look at the Printsrv log on
> the ISPF interface.
> Would anyone have any pointers / hints??
> Regards,
> Andre

Mike A Schwab, Springfield IL USA
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