[cups.development] cupsPrintFile2 API returns -1 (v1.6.1)
msweet at apple.com
Thu Nov 8 06:18:09 PST 2012
Hmm, strange, the only way this function could return -1 is if the server returned it...
Can you provide a snippet of a debug error_log from the server? (run "cupsctl --debug-logging" on the server to enable debug logging...)
On 2012-11-08, at 7:10 AM, Charles Woloszynski <cwoloszynski at gmail.com> wrote:
> It came back 'successful-ok' in cupsLastErrorString()
> On Nov 8, 2012, at 7:06 AM, Michael Sweet <msweet at apple.com> wrote:
>> Check the value of cupsLastError() and cupsLastErrorString().
>> On 2012-11-08, at 7:04 AM, Charles Woloszynski <cwoloszynski at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> I am new to using the CUPS API and I hope someone can help me.
>>> I have a program that is submitting a PDF to CUPS for printing. Since the printer may be remote, I am using cupsPrintFile2 with the http parameter.
>>> When I do this, I *always* get back a -1. The job prints (yeah!) but I think I have something wrong since I don't think that I should always get back a -1 as the jobID.
>>> My call is really simple:
>>> jobId = cupsPrintFile2(http, destination, jobName, "title", 0, NULL);
>>> Any thoughts? Did I need to include some job option to get back the jobID?
>>> The remote CUPS server is running on OSX, if that matters.
>>> Thanks in advance,
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