I'm interested in examples with codes....
thanks in advance..
> From: Dan Koken <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> Date: 2002/10/25 Fri AM 06:12:55 GMT+03:00
> Subject: [PHP-DB] Re: Print data
> We faced this problem, and decided if we couldn't get a good solution to 
> eliminate the printer. Turns out the users liked it better, and we 
> eliminated a lot of paper.
> - First we wrote a report writer.
> - All reports go to the database.
> - We wrote a report file system.
> - The report output title shows up in the user report file system in the 
> - The user can click the file and it displays the first 5 pages to the 
> screen. They can change the start page and number of pages.
> - The user can file it into other files like WEEKLY REPORTS.
> - They can send the report to others and it shows up in their IN BASKET.
> - If they delete the report it sits in the WASTE BASKET file for 10 
> days. This gives them the ability to file it back somewhere if it was 
> deleted by mistake.
> This is fast because the reports are run on the server. Only one copy of 
> the report is kept in the database, and the user report file system 
> points to it.
> Anyway this was our solution and the users love it since they no longer 
> have to file paper, but file reports electronically. They can carbon 
> copy anyone. They can look at any section of the report any time. They 
> can still print the report if they want by using the print button.
> HTH... Have a great day... Dan
> Josť Moreira wrote:
> > hello, at my company we have several network printers and i was was
> > wondering if it's possible to print directly to them using PHP, instead
> > of showing on the screen or both ...
> > to gain more control on what is printed, because of the nasty browsers
> > header and footer ... whom i now how to remove ...
> > 
> > i know that the printer IP is and the port is 9005 ...
> > 
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