This article is not intended to cover every reason that printing a label to a file may fail.
One of the following occurs:
The Loftware Status Dialog displays the following symptoms.
The same file name is being used for every print job. Windows attempts to "ask" the LPS for a unique file name or if it is acceptable to overwrite the existing file. However, the LPS is designed to run as a Windows service and cannot display dialog boxes, errors, or status information on the desktop.
This example uses the Bullzip PDF printer. Using <smarttitle> or <docname> macros in the File Name field causes Bullzip to use the same file name for every print job.
This list corresponds to the following screenshot.
The print request is sent to the Windows print spooler, and the LPS considers this to be a printed job.
The following link provides step-by-step tutorial on how to set Bullzip so it does not interact with the desktop: Using Bullzip as a PDF Printer.
Other PDF printers may have other methods of creating unique filenames for the PDF file.
Related articles appear here based on the labels you select. Click to edit the macro and add or change labels.
Insert the versions of the LPS product.
All supported LPS family product versions.
All supported installation environments.
This table provides information that is visible only to Loftware users.