Understanding Request Statuses
- Date: Nov 03, 2015
Understanding Request Statuses3 Nov, 2015
Request statuses appear in the Stat field. For information on the status messages and their definitions, refer to the following table.
|activ||Output request is de-spooling or being transferred to another host.|
|busy||Queue file for this output request is in use by another OM Plus application.|
|can||Output request is canceled and after the purge delay time, will be removed from the queues.|
|cmplt||Request for an OM Plus mode destination completed successfully.
A parent RID whose children have all finished printing.
|faild||Fax or email report failed.|
|faxed||Fax has been sent.|
|fpend||Request is waiting for the proper form to be mounted on the destination.|
|held||Output request is on hold.|
|intrd||Output request failed while spooling or de-spooling (printing).|
|maild||Email report was delivered to the email subsystem.|
|partl||Group fax has been partially sent (some faxes failed). Look at the fax status to determine which failed.A parent RID whose children have not all finished printing.|
|prntd||Output request has de-spooled successfully.|
|proc||Output request is processing.
|purg||Output request has been purged from the queue system.|
|ready||Output request is ready to de-spool.|
|retry||On UNIX this state occurs if the OM Plus server has not been able to get a connection or write to the device for more than 30 seconds. On a Windows server the amount of time can be configured in the Timeouts settings of the main server interface (not the Client).
|sent||Report has been sent to an OM Plus or fax mode destination and the final result is not yet known.|
|spool||Output request is spooling (moving into the queue).|
|susp||Output request has been suspended and must be released to de-spool.|
|timed||Output request is set to de-spool at a future date and time.
|xfer||Output request has been transferred to another host over the network or to disk.|
|2big||Report contains more pages than are permitted for delivery to this destination. The request will either need to be moved to a suitable destination for printing or the destination will need to be modified.|
|2dumb||Destination will not handle this type of data (for example, PCL or PostScript). The request will either need to be moved to a suitable destination for printing or the destination will need to be modified.|