analyzing electronic responses to credit requests
The Print method prints the response on the local printer or displays the response as a preview. The printer selection is done via the used report generator template file. If the template file was not connected to a printer with the PrintSetup method then the default printer with its default settings is used.
The bstrPrintTemplate variable obeys a special syntax and can optionally be used to set special print commands like producing PDFs or changing print objects dynamically.
|C/C++ calling syntax|
|HRESULT Print(|| BSTR
|Calling argument description|
|[in] BSTR||bstrPrintTemplate||bstrPrintTemplate is either empty or of the general form given below.
If the bstrPrintTemplate variable is empty then the default print template (using the data language as language switch - see below) is used.
where a  pair defines an optional part. The commands are case insensitive.
|[in] YesNoType||ePrintPreview||A Boolean that defines if print preview is used (enYes) or printing is done (enNo)|
|[out, retval] VARIANT_BOOL||*pbStatus||Return status of the method. If pbStatus is VARIANT_FALSE then an error occurred and GetAbortInfo should be called to retrieve the error string.|
|C/C++ return value|
|S_OK||This value is returned if the function call was successful or if the return value of a boolean method signalling a true value. In this case the VARIANT_BOOL is set to VARIANT_TRUE.|
|S_FALSE||This is the return value of a boolean method signalling a false return value. In this case the VARIANT_BOOL is set to VARIANT_FALSE.|
|E_name||This value is returned if the function call was unsuccessful and an error exception was generated. Note that if you are using SmartPointers an exception is thrown under these conditions.|