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Using Windows Event Scripts

  • Date: Nov 04, 2015

Using Windows Event Scripts

For information on the event scripts in a Windows environment and their descriptions, refer to the following table. Event scripts for Windows are in batch (.bat) files.

Script Executes
purge.bat When an output job has been purged from the OM Plus queue system. This happens after an output job is canceled or has printed, and after the destination’s purge delay time has elapsed.
spooler.bat When the job has been spooled into OM Plus.
typemm.bat When the data type of the request differs from data types defined supported by the destination.
formpending.bat When an output job requires a form that is not mounted on the destination. The output job reflects a status of form pending (fpend).
enable.bat When a destination is enabled.
disable.bat When a destination is disabled.
formmount.bat When a new form has been mounted on a destination.
connectfail.bat When a network destination has failed its connection.
writefail.bat When an OM Plus mode destination is unable to write to the target server.
retry.bat When a request gains a retry status.
toobig.bat When a job with more than the maximum allowed pages is spooled.
destchg.bat When a destination is added, modified or deleted.
remotedests.bat When remote destinations are either sent or received. See “Setting Multiple Instances of OM Plus in a Disunited Environment” section in the manual.
streamerr.bat When there is an error with a job using the ‘Stream’ confirmation type.
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