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Add EPSON LQ  690 in Oracle EBS

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Need to add Epson LQ 690 in Oracle EBS and it failed. Test print is working fine. But print from Application is not working.
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Are you adding in cups or as an lp?

It sounds as though the print from the app may need to go through a filter to convert the data into a correct format supported by the printer.
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I contacted the Epson support and got the right format, thanks
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