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PCL joining (concatination)

PCL joining (concatination)

PCL joining (concatination)

I have several PCL files generated using XML/XSL:FO which I would like to join into one large PCL file. Does anyone know of a way to do this or a tool to do this or will just doing a binary copy do the trick?

RE: PCL joining (concatination)

You could certainly join all the files together
and be able to print them as a single print job;
however, the page breaks would be identical as if
they were printed separately.

I don't know of any tool specifically to join PCL
files together.

Jim Asman

RE: PCL joining (concatination)

I have got XMLSPY trial version from ALTOVA.
I try to generate a PCL file using XSL:FO but it's not working.
I receive error mesage:
Output of external XSL convertor.
Unknown formatting object html.
What's the matter?
Can somebody help me?

RE: PCL joining (concatination)

PageTech's PCLTool SDK Option V provides PCLXForm.exe for merging, decollating and streamediting PCL print streams.  PCLXForm uses the most powerful PCL script programming language on the market.  PageTech also provides free pre-sales analysis of PCL print streams provided.  Just zip-up a sampling of the files that need to be transformed and provide your complete application, workflow, merging, indexing and other requirements.

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