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@Command(FilePrint) Won't Print Multiple Copies

Posted on 1999-12-17
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Last Modified: 2013-12-18
Whenever I user @Command([FilePrint]; "n"), where n is the number of copies I want to print (per the documentation), I only get blank pages from the printer.  If I remove the second parameter, I can get a single copy of the document, but if I use any value, I only get blank pages.
Question by:jschwarz
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ghassan99 earned 150 total points
ID: 2291826
This is the proper format:
@Command([FilePrint] ; "2" ; "" ; "" ; "" ; "" ; "" ; "" ; "" ; "" ; "" );

u have to supply empty values for the unused parameters.

Author Comment

ID: 2292341
You guessed it!  I guess that was the one option I didn't try.  The documentation says that those fields are optional.  In most Notes commands, when they're optional, you can simply leave them out!  Not this one, I guess.  Thanks.

Expert Comment

ID: 2292955
the main function is @Command([FilePrint]) the others are optional, but when u specify one of them u have to specify all of them.  I guess they have 2 functions declared in the system, the first is this one, the other is the one with all the parameters.  A C++ polymorphism I guess.  Like @Mailsend as well.

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