Print support

To enable UDC print support for 3270E connections, follow these steps:
  1. Launch the UDC wizard.
    1. In the ZIETrans Projects view, edit the connection in your DBCS project.
    2. In the connection editor, click the Advanced tab.
    3. On the Advanced tab, click Set Up User-Defined Characters (UDC) Files.
  2. On the Select default mapping table page, click Next.
  3. On the Select font-image file page:
    1. To convert Windows user-defined fonts into a usable font-image file, select the appropriate conversion tool from the UDC font-image conversion tool drop-down, and click Launch.
      1. For the Japanese Windows 2000 operating system, select the Japanese Windows 2000 conversion tool, otherwise, select the Standard conversion tool.
      2. If you use the Japanese Windows 2000 tool to convert the UDCs on Windows 2000, all the UDCs defined by Unicode are converted. ZIETrans can print not only the UDCs defined in local workstation codes (a total of 1880 characters), but also those defined in Unicode including the host UDCs (0x6941-0x89BD for code pages 930 and 939, and 0x6941-0x7FFE for code pages 1390 and 1399).
    2. Using the conversion tool, click Convert to create a font-image file and save it. The name of the file depends on the operating system platform as shown in the following table.
      Table 1. Font-image filenames
      Platform Font-image filename
      Japanese Windows jpn24.fnt
      Korean Windows kor24.fnt
      Simplified Chinese Windows chs24.fnt
      Traditional Chinese Windows cht24.fnt
    3. To select the font-image file to use in your ZIETrans application, click Browse and browse for the file you created using the conversion tool. If you want to use a font-image file previously created using the Host On-Demand product, browse for it instead.
    4. Click Next.
  4. On the Summary page, notice all of the setup information. Click Back to make any changes. Otherwise, click Finish.

When you click Finish, ZIETrans copies the related UDC files to the appropriate ZIETrans project.