Wednesday Apr 23, 2014

Troubleshooting printing-related issues with AutoVue

Not long ago I posted an article related to troubleshooting connection issues with AutoVue Client/Server Deployment. Following on that theme - since the majority of my posts originate from our Customer Support team - I wanted to highlight a different troubleshooting guide that was recently published in the My Oracle Support portal:

Note 1621489.1 - AutoVue Printing Troubleshooting Guide

This knowledge base document is as the title states - a troubleshooting guide for different types of printing issues that may be encountered on rare occasions with AutoVue (primarily related to the printed output not appearing as the user expects). Printing is impacted by many factors (print drivers, user-defined settings, input document, Java version, etc), and the troubleshooting guide provides a consistent approach for narrowing the scope of the issue and gathering the necessary details and logs to resolve it.

Thursday May 19, 2011

New Podcast - Work Order Print Service for EBS eAM

Oracle AppCasts are online audio interviews (podcasts) that bring you the latest updates about Oracle Applications. Listen to Oracle executives talk with customers, partners, and Oracle product experts, exploring topics that can help AutoVue customers and prospects better understand the value of these products.    

Tune in and hear Marc Hebert, COO of  Estutate, a gold level Oracle partner, and Celine Beck, AutoVue Senior Product Strategy Manager, discuss the integration between Oracle’s AutoVue Document Print Service and EBS Enterprise Asset Management which delivers robust printing within eAM.  Listen in as Celine and Marc describe how this highly-anticipated print and batch print capability can transform an organization's maintenance operations and improve productivity.

Click here to listen to the podcast.

 To listen to other AutoVue podcasts, click here.

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The authors of this blog are members of the AutoVue Enterprise Visualization team at Oracle. The views expressed on this blog reflect those of the members and do not necessarily reflect the views of Oracle.

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