Hi, I'm looking for more information about the "TCP/IP Direct from Server" web printing option that's described in the following video (https://youtu.be/XVYATTaYJJw?t=9m) at the 9:00 mark. We've recently purchased several Zebra ZT510 industrial printers and did a successful test with printing labels through the Browser Print app (using the great demo code that comes with the Browser Print app); however, we are interested in providing a more centralized solution that runs on the web server so that ...
- Users can print labels from our intranet software using their web browser
- Users can have a default printer but can also easily change to another printer
- The solution doesn't have to be installed on each workstation (e.g., it's not required to be installed on each workstation like Browser Print)
- The application is running on a Windows Server, but is written in Java Struts and runs on Tomcat
- All of the workstations, servers, and printers are on the same network, so Cloud Connect should not be needed
- We have generated the ZPL format needed for our labels using NiceLabel
The solution as described in the video at the 9:00 mark sounds like what we're looking for. Are there any code examples showing the following?
- Embed the Link-OS SDK in a Java web application
- Allow the user to select which network printer they want to use
- Send the ZPL code from the webserver to the selected printer?
Thanks so much!