12. August 2015 15:26

Service-based printing in DocumentsCorePack

Filed Under(CRM 2013 | CRM 2015 | DocumentsCorePack 2013 | DocumentsCorePack 2015) By Jin

DCP Server offers a service-based printing option which is additionally available to the already known plugin-based printing option. This additional option is based on a service which is running in the background.

DCP ServerBased printing feature provides the possiblitiy to create and manage printer configurations for starting:

  • local print jobs via DCP Server Local Printer Configuration (supported format: .pdf)
  • global print jobs online via Google CloudPrint Configuration (supported formats: .docx, .pdf, .html. .jpg, .bmp)

Requirements: DocumentsCorePack ServerBased for MS Dynamics CRM v5.30 and higher

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27. June 2014 16:09

Printer Configuration for DocumentsCorePack Server Based Online

Filed Under(CRM 2013 | DocumentsCorePack 2013) By Jin

This blog article explains how to configure a printer service for DocumentsCorePack Server Based (DCP SB) Online on www.mscrm-addons.com.  

Requirements: DocumentsCorePack Server Based Document Generation (former AutoMerge)

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4. April 2013 15:07

Service-based printing in AutoMerge

Filed Under(CRM 2011 | AutoMerge 2011) By ejoebstl
AutoMerge offers a service-based printing option which is additionally available to the already known plugin-based printing-option. The additional option is available within AutoMerge for MS Dynamics CRM 2011 version 5.30 and higher (click here to download the latest AutoMerge version) and is based on a service running in the background.
This article covers the following essential topics:
  • How to create a service and a printer for printing documents
  • How to add the service-based printing step to a workflow
  • Exception: How to add the service-based printing step to workflows including
    a Delete Document-step
Before you continue reading, please make sure that you have installed AutoMerge v5.30 or higher. 

Please note:
If you already run a service for printing documents, you can skip the first section of this article and can continue reading in the ‘How to add the service-based printing step to a workflow’-section. 

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