Print Data On Multi-Column Labels S’abonner

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I am attempting to print labels on label stock that comes on a 4 inch wide paper roll, with 2 columns of 1 X 2 labels.  I am passing a trigger file into the file system containing a unique parameter value.  The label uses a DB connection to get the data to print on each label.  The issue I am having is that I cannot get commander to print two separate labels at once on the paper stock.  It will print a label in the left column and then advance to the next row to print another label in the right column (in the next row).  How can I get commander to send the print job to print a unique label in both the left column and right column in the same row on the label.

 

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Michael Toupin (mtoupin
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Are you passing two records of data at the same time? Or are you just passing two separate jobs?
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I have tried multiple ways.  Passing two lines of data in the same file is the way I would prefer to do it.  I have also tried passing in multiple parameters to get the query to return multiple rows from the database.  No luck on any of the attempts.

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Any thoughts on this?  Here is the text of the file I am sending.  What would be the proper text for sending multiple PRINT_ID's in the same file?

 

%BTW% /AF="D:\PRINT\BartenderLabels\LP.btw" /PRN="NCLABL4" /?PRINT_ID="609" /P /C=1
%END%
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If you're using Commander trying to pass different query information requires a separate print job every time. You'd need to make the query report back with multiple results, or specify multiple copies (/c=2 perhaps) to get it to print two labels at the same time.
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Try with the following syntax and let us know if it helps:

 

%BTW% /AF="D:\PRINT\BartenderLabels\LP.btw" /PRN="NCLABL4" /?PRINT_ID="609" /P /C=1
%BTW% /AF="D:\PRINT\BartenderLabels\LP.btw" /PRN="NCLABL4" /?PRINT_ID="610" /P /C=1
%END%
 
By the way, is the "D:" a local or network drive?

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