Eduard, thank you again. I am now able to capture the primary BPL in a single file.

Eduard, thank you for your response. Out of the box this feature works great. However, for large BPL's only a small portion of the BPL is captured. I will look at the class you referenced to see if this limitation can be overcome. If you have any tips for handling those large BPL's, please advise...and thank you again.

Thank you for your reply. I am already prepared to supply mime type based on file extension. I was trying to handle the scenario when a user does not supply a file with extension...or changes the extension from correct to in-correct. Do you have any experience with changing the PARAMETER CONTENTTYPE at runtime. I believe I am using the syntax in the documentation, but Studio disagrees. Thank you again.

Thank you for sharing your expertise. Have a great day.

I attempted this. Perhaps you could point out the error of my ways?

Method SetAlertColor(pTable As %ZEN.Component.tablePane, pName As %String, pSeed As %String) As %Status
{
 if (%query(pName)>30) //Orange.
  {
   //Normal:
   //s pSeed=%query(pName)
   //&html<<div> #(pSeed)#</div>>
       
   //Attempt01:
   //&html<<div style="color:#FF6600">#(pSeed)#</div>> 

   //Attempt02:
   //s pSeed="<div style="_Chr(34)_"color:#FF6600>"_Chr(34)_%query(pName)_"</div>"
   //&html<#(pSeed)#> 
  }
 if (%query(pName)>60) //Red
  {
  }
    
    q $$$OK
}

Hello again, I have returned to creating a web page which contains the image data that I wish to print.

This approach works when I reference images in my /csp directory. However, I need to reference

images which may reside on several storage locations.

 

I am exploring using virtual directories defined on my CSPGateWay – so far unsuccessfully.

I have tried using URL and just virtual directory syntax(see below).

 

My hope is that someone with experience in web development might take a look and point out any issues.

Thank you.

 

<!DOCTYPE html>

<html>

<head>

<title>Print Window</title>

</head>

<body>

<img height="1000" width="1000" src="http://myIISserver/csp/IPMDrvK/###/###/##e/#uk/euk_3.tif">

<img height="1000" width="1000" src="http://myIISserver/csp/IPMDrvK/###/###/##e/#uk/euk_4.tif">

<img height="1000" width="1000" src="http://myIISserver/csp/IPMDrvK/###/###/##e/#uk/euk_5.tif">

</body>

</html>

 

<!DOCTYPE html>

<html>

<head>

<title>Print Window</title>

</head>

<body>

<img height="1000" width="1000" src="/IPMDrvK/###/###/##e/#uk/euk_3">

<img height="1000" width="1000" src="/IPMDrvK/###/###/##e/#uk/euk_4">

<img height="1000" width="1000" src="/IPMDrvK/###/###/##e/#uk/euk_5">

</body>

</html>

Stuart, thank you for your reply. I implemented you suggestion and get a return code of zero. Nothing happens on the client. I need to test if the PRINT command is executing on the server. I am also going to look at encapsulating the image in a ZEN report and using a Render Server.

Clark, thank you for your reply. In this case the files are all group four tiff files. I can access each file via a unique UNC. The file is not on the client.