Enterprise Print Management
VPS Suite Developed originally to deliver MVS mainframe output to printers outside the data center, VPS® software has evolved over the years into a solution for delivering documents to a wide variety of destinations throughout your organization.
Today’s VPS suite can deliver documents to printers, fax servers, email addresses, Web browsers, and many other destinations. With its rich set of optional features, VPS assures document delivery and automatically recovers from printer errors. A rich set of user exits and printer definition keywords enable users to modify and adjust print streams as necessary for appropriate delivery to their destination.
- VPS - routes output from the JES2/JES3 spool to the most appropriate printer or output device
- VPS/TCPIP - takes output addressed to any TCP/IP device and dynamically routes the output directly to a TCP/IP printer or a Line Printer Daemon (LPD)
- VPS/PCL - converts AFP output to a PCL data stream at the OS/390 host, enabling true AFP printing on popular PCL laser printers
- VPS/PDF - converts existing AFP documents into self-contained Portable Document Format (PDF) files for distribution via e-mail, Web or other electronic media
- VPS/Email - routes output directly from the JES spool to an email address or multiple addresses
- VPS/LCDS - routes LCDS print jobs directly from the JES spool to LCDS printers and servers over TCP/IP networks
- VPS/XES to AFP - runs on the OS/390 host and, with VPS/PCL, transparently converts XES data streams to PCL, the standard language of networked laser printers
- VPS/Secure® - retrieves output from the JES spool, encrypts it, and routes it via TCP/IP to a printer equipped with the necessary decryption hardware
- VPS/IPDS - converts AFP output to IPDS and routes the output to VTAM and TCP/IP attached IPDS printers without using PSF
- VPS/CDI - enables the Enterprise Output Server to route output directly from the JES spool to CONNECT:Direct for OS/390 from Sterling Commerce, Inc
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