Another good test would be to run the FoxWeb Service with the same account. If it works, then it's definitely a user issue. If not, there's a different service-related issue.
FoxWeb Support Team
Sent by G Barfield on 09/11/2012 12:12:25 AM:
You were right. When I stopped foxweb service the application worked. So this tells me it is related to the logged on user foxweb vs what users the printer will allow.
I am making progress. Thanks!
Sent by FoxWeb Support on 09/10/2012 01:44:23 PM:
I am not familiar with BlackIce and have not tested it with FoxWeb, so I can't tell you whether it will work. It will probably work fine, but I can't guarantee it.
My guess is that the issue is related to user-specific installation of the printer driver. You will need to make sure that it's installed for all users, rather than just for your own user account. Alternatively, you can install the printer while you are logged in as the same user that you select to run the FoxWeb service.
A good intermediate test is to try your program while running FoxWeb as a regular application (instead of as a service) with the channel windows visible. If it doesn't work, look for any dialogs that may indicate the source of the problem.
|FoxWeb Support Team
Sent by G Barfield on 09/09/2012 07:37:03 PM:
I recently installed Foxweb on Server 2008; I am running as a service. On 2003 I used the PDF module, but I couldn't get it to work on 2008 so I am using a PDF Driver designed for Server 2008 (BlackIce).
The print driver works fine and I can print fine from VFP, but I cannot print from FoxWeb. I think it has something to do with permissions.
There are no error messages;
Do you have any ideas?