Thigpen Enterprises, Inc
Distribute POWER reports over your existing network!
A large percentage of VSE applications create POWER Report output.
Getting this output to end-users quickly and cost effectively has always been a challenge for Information Services.
VSE2PDF offers a hot new way to get reports into end-users’ hands quickly and cheaply using your existing network infrastructure!
Delivering the reports in Adobe PDF format makes it easy for users to view and print them locally.
Using the Adobe Reader Client, end-users can view their reports on diverse platforms (Windows, Linux, Apple).
In addition, using the Adobe Reader Client is FREE, so there are no additional client side costs!
NEW Version 4 FEATURES:
- New Stockdefs to simplify JCL requirements.
- Now use an Unlimited number of Overlays, Pagedefs and Stockdefs in a single job.
- Now send emails using BCC and CC email address options.
- Report restart facilities.
- User defined JSEP pages.
- IPv6 Support.
What are some of the Features and Benefits?
Output Format options:
- PDF format provides superior local viewing and printing functionality for end-users!
- The PC Adobe Reader client software for viewing and printing reports is free, so there are no per-seat or concurrent user fees!
- HTML and Text formatted reports can also be created.
- 128-bit encryption with the VSE2PDF/Secure feature.
- Xerox DJDE interpreter with the new VSE2PDF/DJDE feature.
- Support of Form Definitions (Overlays) to replace pre-printed forms.
- Support for multiple logical pages per individual sheet (2-up, etc.).
- Multi-level Bookmarks (Indexes).
- Full line level control of print format. (Font, Font Size, Line Height, Position, and Rotation)
- Color and Grayscale printing.
- LPR/Direct Printing
- E-mail notifications are available
- With E-mailed reports, the text of the “cover letter” can be controlled at the job level
- “In-report” control statements available for program controlled print options.
- Script members can be used to control handling of individual jobs.
- Job variables (like date and time) can be used to set output options.
- Low CPU Overhead!
- Operations use standard Power commands to control output.