Issue 30867  —   Documentation for PostScript printing incomplete.

Status:   Solved in 10.2.01

Solution available in patch(es):      G101

Description:

 Summary:
 There is no information or example how the configuration via
 psdef.txt works. Which fonts are acceptable is also not documented.

 Environment:
 -Uniface: Uniface Nine
 -Operating System: OS independent
 -Database: DBMS independent

 Symptoms
 The P_X11 print device table can be used for PostScript-based printers.
 On Unix/Linux this offers a way to do Enhanced Printing.

 The User Documentation states in section "Font Support for PostScript Output":
   You can configure fonts in the [postscript] section of
   usys.ini (Windows) or psdef.txt (Unix).
   By default, this section is not needed, but you can use it to change
   font sizes and typefaces if required.

 There is however no information or example how the configuration
 via psdef.txt works. It is also not documented which fonts are
 acceptable.

Workaround:

 There is no known workaround for this problem.

Notes:

 The psdef.txt file, which is used to configure PostScript printing on Unix, is
 now documented.