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    Prescribe command

    Hi.
    I need to print date and hour with prescribe commands directli to printer.

    Are there some command to do this?

    I don`t have found any.

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    Re: Prescribe command

    You don't specify a model so here are a few possibilities:

    I would think that an event log would work for that:

    !R! KCFG"ELOG";EXIT;
    !R! ELOG;EXIT;

    Or a Status Page:

    !R! CALL BSTP;EXIT;
    !R! STAT 1;EXIT;

    =^..^=
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    5) You are the person onsite. Only you can make observations.

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    Re: Prescribe command

    Quote Originally Posted by M&Ms View Post
    Hi.
    I need to print date and hour with prescribe commands directli to printer.

    Are there some command to do this?

    I don`t have found any.

    You went through the driver with a fine toothed comb? And the machine "Printer settings". I can't say 100% Kyoceras can do this but most manufacturers can.

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    Re: Prescribe command

    check Under the advanced option it says that Header/Footer Printing

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    Re: Prescribe command

    Quote Originally Posted by blackcat4866 View Post
    You don't specify a model so here are a few possibilities:

    I would think that an event log would work for that:

    !R! KCFG"ELOG";EXIT;
    !R! ELOG;EXIT;

    Or a Status Page:

    !R! CALL BSTP;EXIT;
    !R! STAT 1;EXIT;

    =^..^=

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    A Kyocera Model. (various models)

    I dont need a status page...
    Only need print date and hour over a document that has been sent by driver.
    A prescribe macro that stamp in every pages the date and time has printed (header o footer for example) the document.

    Directli by driver it doesnt exist.

    Note: Date and time must be captured of printer or document recived...

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    Re: Prescribe command

    i think you don`t need Prescribe command.
    Take a look to the usermanual and search for bates stamp.
    At TA2554ci you ll find it at System Menue/ Securtity settings/ System stamp

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    Re: Prescribe command

    I figured that you would get around to specifics. =^..^=
    If you'd like a serious answer to your request:
    1) demonstrate that you've read the manual
    2) demonstrate that you made some attempt to fix it.
    3) if you're going to ask about jams include the jam code.
    4) if you're going to ask about an error code include the error code.
    5) You are the person onsite. Only you can make observations.

    blackcat: Master Of The Obvious =^..^=

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    Re: Prescribe command

    Quote Originally Posted by M&Ms View Post
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    A Kyocera Model. (various models)

    I dont need a status page...
    Only need print date and hour over a document that has been sent by driver.
    A prescribe macro that stamp in every pages the date and time has printed (header o footer for example) the document.

    Directli by driver it doesnt exist.

    Note: Date and time must be captured of printer or document recived...
    Maybe this setting will solve your problem for the date stamp
    (At the moment we are moving the whole company and i can`t test it for you. No more systems available any more)
    Example from Userguide/ TA 2554ci
    Auto Bates stamp.JPG

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    Re: Prescribe command

    Quote Originally Posted by blackcat4866 View Post
    I figured that you would get around to specifics. =^..^=
    It only works in (4) series... and I need print date and hour of document for time control (it only have date stamp).

    I need a way that works on every kyocera printer.

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    Re: Prescribe command

    Kyo driver can add watermarks on desired pages but date and time is not one of them. Sadly.


    It depends if this feature is critical to you or it just nice to have. If this is a must, then it is easily achieved with the help of print management software. And of course, it costs...

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