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The SAP R/3 spool system provides a facility for printing using a local PC printer, even if this device is not defined within the spool system. In order to use front end printing, in the print screen list, users must indicate one of the following device names as output devices, depending on the type of workstation: LOCL LOPS LOPS
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The SAPLPD Driver Program UNIX workstation HP PCL 5 LOHP printers: Once the correct output device is selected, the system can submit the print job. The print file is transmitted to the destination workstation. For Windows PCs, SAP R/3 automatically starts the SAPLPD program if it has not previously been started. For UNIX or Macintosh workstations, the document is printed on the Ipd printer with the name DEFAULT. The printer must be defined at the UNIX or Macintosh level. In order for front end printing to work properly, there are minimum requirements. In the first place, you must define an output device with the name LOCL, LOPS, or LOHP, indicating access method F, and DEFAULT as host printer name. Then, the front end workstation requires the following. For PC Windows workstations: SAPGUI software (version 3.1G or greater). SAPLPD (which is automatically installed with SAPGUI). For UNIX workstations: SAPGUI software (version 3.1G or greater). UNIX must define a printer with the name DEFAULT. Process Ip or Ipd (depending on UNIX family) must be running. For Macintosh workstations: SAPGUI software (version 3.1G or greater). Ipd shareware (install a special Ipd printer daemon for Macintosh, in order to work as a UNIX system). Printer with the name DEFAULT must be defined for the LPD process on the Macintosh. Note The status of the output request will be set to Completed as soon as the request has been sent to the front end workstation in charge of processing it. The only messages the R/3 system will keep record of are those dealing with the communication between the R/3 application server and the workstation.
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The SAP R/3 system includes a tool that facilitates the definition of printers which are connected to the presentation servers (PCs) and not to the application servers. These printers can be locally connected to the PC or can be network shared printers. The communication between the SAP spool work process and the host spool system at the Windows PC is done using the SAPLPD transfer program, which is run on the Windows PC which has the printer or printers configured within the print manager. The SAPLPD transfer program is needed when You wish to have printers or fax machines which are connected to the PC with Windows operating systems (Windows 95, 98, NT, etc.).
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Starting SAPLPD You have printers or fax machines connected to NT servers which are not configured as R/3 application servers. You have configured a printer on a Windows NT application server with device type SAPWIN. The SAPLPD program is automatically installed together with the SAPGUI. To run it at the PC, the following requirements must be met: The presentation server must run a supported operating system and environment, such as Windows 95, 98 or NT. The TCP/IP network protocol must be compatible with Winsockets, such as Microsoft TCP/IP, Novell LAN Workplace, and so forth. The file SAPFAX.DLL must be used to connect faxes to Windows systems as output devices. Depending on the SAPGUI release, SAPFAX.DLL is often not automatically installed, but it can be found on the Presentation CD ROM that comes bundled in the R/3 software kit.
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As with any other Windows program, you can start the SAPLPD either by double clicking on the SAPLPD icon or by copying the icon program to the Startup window or Startup menu so that when the Windows system is started, the program is automatically started as well. There is also the possibility of installing a network shared version of the SAPLPD program, instead of a local one. In this case, you must ensure that the program working directory points to a local directory with write permission. A user only needs to be running one instance of the SAPLPD program on the Windows PC. This instance can accept output requests from any of the configured SAP systems or application servers, as long as the output device is conveniently configured in the SAP systems; for example, as the host system, the output device must include the PC TCP/IP hostname which must be reachable from the application server. The SAPLPD process temporarily stores all the printing requests in local files. This is not needed, however, when the output devices are defined as SAPWIN. In this case, the output requests are transferred directly to the Windows GDI interface without the need of intermediate temporary files.
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