Print job could not be executed
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To get what the application submits to CUPS do the following:
- Stop printing for your print queue. As user 'root' run "cupsdisable <queue_name>" (replace <queue_name> with your print queue name).
- As normal user print the exact example file where printing fails from the particular application program.
- What the application had submitted in the previous step to CUPS is now hold in the print queue as "/var/spool/cups/d<job_number>-<id>" (replace <job_number> and <id> with correct print job number's)
- Save the print job data for further analysis. As user 'root' run "cp /var/spool/cups/d<job_number>-<id> /tmp/print-job-data.save" and "chmod a+r /tmp/print-job-data.save" to make it accessible also as normal user for later analysis.
- Re-enable printing for your print queue. As user 'root' run "cupsenable <queue_name>".
- Now "/tmp/print-job-data.save" can be inspected.
- Verify if print job data is PostScript or PDF: "file /tmp/print-job-data.save".
- Display print job data with Ghostscript: "gs -r50 -sPAPERSIZE=a4 -dFIXEDMEDIA /tmp/print-job-data.save"
- For the case the print job data were created successfully, make sure to have the latest firmware installed on the printer device and test again.
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- Document ID:7018837
- Creation Date: 27-Apr-2017
- Modified Date:03-Mar-2020
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