RPM Computer Output Reduction (COR) Transform
What it does
Automatically rotate the page orientation and scale the font to fit the data within a given page size.
The COR transform is useful when you require a single queue to process print jobs with dramatically different page metrics. COR was patterned after the iSeries Computer Output Reduction, but with the ability to handles reports 66 lines per page as well as 60.
There are currently no setup options for COR.
The following table shows the built-in COR settings. Minimum is the shortest line length in a range, Maximum is the longest, and Result is what COR will configure in the resulting text markup output.
- if the length is 1 t0 80, result: cpp = 80, lpp = 60 or 66*, portrait
- if the length is 81 to 90, result: cpp = 90, lpp = 60 or 66*, portrait
- if the length is 91 to 120, result: cpp = 120, lpp = 60 or 66*, landscape
- if the length is 121 to 132, result: cpp = 132, lpp = 60 or 66*, landscape
- if the length is 133 or greater, result: cpp = longest line, lpp = 60 or 66*, landscape
* If the longest page has 60 lines or fewer, lines per page (lpp) will be 60. Otherwise, lpp will be 66.