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GET number of page printed....

GET number of page printed....

GET number of page printed....

(OP)
I use this printer (xxx_prt.prn) in my group of Extra session.
possible to intercept the page count event during the print operation?

RE: GET number of page printed....

Hi,

Are you printing via a program or just hitting the print icon?

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RE: GET number of page printed....

(OP)
via a program!
In effect i insert Host/ip name of Print session in Cics screen and press <"Enter"> via Session.sess0 ecc...
The Enter commnand sent the printer Job in c:\tabulati\tabulati.txt.

RE: GET number of page printed....

Please post your code.

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RE: GET number of page printed....

If you position your cursor just before the page count, you’ll see the cursor coordinates.

Using those coordinates, r, c...

MsgBox oScrn.GetString(r, c, 5)

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