Database property names for jobs that do not appear in the user interface

Some job properties do not appear in the user interface. These properties can be useful for writing external programs.

The Internal values column on values describes restrictions on property values. Some properties have specific internal values, so if you want to use them in Web services requests or set them using an overrides file, you must use one of those values.

In the Editable column:

  • Yes means that an authorized user can change the value after the job has been submitted.
  • No means that an authorized user cannot change the value.

In the Job ticket column:

  • Yes means that the property can be set from one or more values in the job ticket that is used to submit the job.
  • No means that the property cannot be set from values in the job ticket.

Job properties that do not appear in the user interface

Database name Brief description Internal values Editable Job ticket
Job.ContinueState Specifies what state to return an interrupted job to when the job continues.   No No
Job.ConvertOverrides Specifies whether the overrides file submitted with a job is converted to a job properties file in Ricoh ProcessDirector property name=value format.
  • No (default)
  • Yes
Default is Yes for LPD input devices.
No No
Job.External.ControlFile Specifies a formula that resolves to the name of the temporary control file that the external program uses. 1–255 characters No No
Job.FileReceiptTime Specifies the date and time when the last input file for the job arrived in the system.   No No
Job.HoldPending Specifies whether Ricoh ProcessDirector holds the job after it completes the processing that the current step does.
  • No (default)
  • Yes
Yes No
Job.InitJob.TypePattern Specifies a pattern-matching string that consists of a regular expression and can include (JOB_TYPE) to indicate what part of the file name should be used to determine the workflow. The Workflow initialization step or Child workflow initialization step property of the input device must be SetJobTypeFromFileName. 1-255 characters (case-sensitive) No No
Job.NextChildJobID Specifies the job ID to be assigned to the next child job created for this job.   No No
Job.PreviousPrinter Shows the printer that was previously assigned to the job or that previously printed the job.   No No
Job.PrintCommand Shows the print command that was used to submit the job.   No No
Job.Print.CurrentPage Shows the page number of the page that is currently printing on the assigned printer.   No No
Job.Print.CurrentTotalPages Shows the total number of pages in the job.   No No
Job.Print.CurrentTotalSheets Shows the total number of physical sheets in the job.   No No
Job.Print.FormLength Specifies the form length in millimeters.   No No
Job.PSFINSeglist Lists the segment files into which an AFP job is broken for processing.   No No
Job.Print.PSFINSegmentSize Specifies the size of the segment files, in kilobytes, into which Ricoh ProcessDirector breaks up AFP jobs for processing.   Yes No
Job.Process Specifies the process within the current phase that is processing the job.   No No
Job.Promote Specifies whether an authorized user has promoted the job.
  • No
  • Yes
No No
Job.PromoteTime Specifies the time when an authorized user promoted the job.   No No
Job.ReleaseState Specifies what state to return a stopped job to when the job is released.   No No
Job.ResumeKey Specifies a key that the printer driver component returns when an operator interrupts a job. When the operator resumes the job, the printer driver uses this key to determine the page number at which it is to resume printing.   No No
Job.StateType Shows the state type for the job.
  • Queued
  • Processing
  • Complete
  • Error
  • Manual
No No
Job.StopIssued Specifies whether an authorized user has stopped the job.   No No
 
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