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)
HOW TO: configure a printer service for DCP SB Online
Please note: If you have already installed DocumentsCorePack Server Based locally, please stop or uninstall the programm in order to use the DCP SB Online Service appropriately and to configure the print job.
Once a service for DCP SB Online is set up, users can configure Google Cloud Print to print the generated documents.
Figure 1: Google Cloud Print Configuration button for DCP SB Online
First of all, make sure that you have configured your Google Cloud Printers in the Google Portal. As soon as you have created your CRM Connection profile, you can create your Google Cloud Print DocumentsCorePack Server Based Configurations to print the generated documents.
Before you can use this feature, you must add and configure printers to your Google Account. You can connect as many printers as you wish to your account. Please find some general information about Google Printing here:
Google Cloud Print Overview
1) Add your printer to your Google account.
Figure 2: Overview of a Google Cloud Print Account.
2) Start with the configuration, as soon as the printer has been added. Type in your credentials and click on the [Get available printers]-button.
Figure 3: Google Cloud Printer Configuration windowThis action will open following window. Click on the [Accept]-button in order to continue.
Figure 4: AutoMerge for MS CRM – App
Next, the Google Cloud Printer Configuration opens. Within this window, the printer settings can be defined.
Print a test page to verify that your settings are correct.
Figure 5: Google Cloud Print Settings
If your test print was successful, the following window appears.
Figure 6: Print Job submitted successfully.
If no test page is printed out, please open your Google Cloud Print account, go to Print Jobs and check the print status.
Figure 7: Status of printers added to a Google Cloud Print Account
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