Hello to all.
My question is simple :
Let us say I have a server, called WEBserver. It runs win2000, and I have a default printer installed. Now, the WEBserver, as it name suggests, can be accessed by clients, and it can run ASP scripts.
(So basically, If I go to http://WEBserver/1.asp
, it runs the asp code in that file..).
Now my problem is this :
I want the WEBserver to print a certain file I need, each time I access this 1.asp file.
In other words, each time a certain client accesses 1.asp, I want the ASP which runs on the server to submit a printout of a certain text file to it's default printer.
Is it possible? And if yes, then how?
b.t.w : I am not talking about printing from the client side via a window.print() thingy.. or activeX controls on the client side..
b.t.w 2: Since the WEBserver sits in another room, I don't want to have to answer any type of prompt or things like that every time someone accesses 1.asp.