analyzes electronic responses to general invoice requests
The Print method is a visualization aid to preview/print the currently loaded data on screen or onto the local printer. 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 be used to set special print commands like producing PDFs or changing print objects dynamically.
IMPORTANT LICENSE NOTE The report engine used is Hexatech's ViewPro (www.hexatech.com). If you supply your own template files then you must have your own ViewPro license. By using this COM module, you implicitly agree upon this restriction!
|C/C++ calling syntax|
|HRESULT Print(|| BSTR
|Calling argument description|
|[in] BSTR||bstrPrintTemplate||The bstrPrintTemplate variable is used to explicitly change print template reports and/or print objects as defined in "Syntax of the printTemplate variable".
If bstrPrintTemplate is empty then the default print template of the defined data language (IGeneralInvoiceResponse::GetResponse method) is used.
|[in] long||lGenerationAttributes||This variable overrules the default behavior of the print process.
lGenerationAttributes is a 32-bit integer where the possible "excludes/includes" are values from the generationAttributes data type ORed together to form the overall command.
|[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.|