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Monitoring print job

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Hello.

Monitoring a print job with all information Windows printer queue
serves is no issue. But If I print a page the page is sent from te
spooler to the printer. As soon as the spooler has no more data, it
reports "print ok" although the printer has a paper jam for example.
Does anyone know a generic interface how to control the status of
printers (not manufacturer specific)?

Thanks for answers.
Tomka.
Jul 14 '08 #1
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On Jul 14, 7:57 am, Tomka <0123456...@gmx.dewrote:
Hello.

Monitoring a print job with all information Windows printer queue
serves is no issue. But If I print a page the page is sent from te
spooler to the printer. As soon as the spooler has no more data, it
reports "print ok" although the printer has a paper jam for example.
Does anyone know a generic interface how to control the status of
printers (not manufacturer specific)?

Thanks for answers.
Tomka.
Please write to a Windows-specific newsgroup, for example:

comp.os.ms-windows.programmer.misc

Regards.
Jul 14 '08 #2

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