Papyrus WebRepository

Product Description

Papyrus WebControl offers the print, job, spool and queue management across all platforms and multiple output channels.

Papyrus WebControl enables the following applications:

  • A complete network print job management solution for in-house print shops, print service or Direct Mail providers.
  • A single resource repository with platform independent forms and fonts.
  • Manage the complete cycle of a volume production job.
  • View, manage and control development, customer sign-off, volume-formatting, print
  • production and the archiving through standard web browsers or the Papyrus Client/Papyrus Desktop.
  • Server based job control and management.

Papyrus WebControl assembles the renowned ISIS Papyrus document products into the most complete printer and system independent document production and distribution solution. It is based on the Papyrus Objects infrastructure.

Papyrus WebControl supports Windows Vista and newer, UNIX/Linux and z/OS platforms and all printer types such as IPDS, IJPDS, Xerox Metacode, PS, PCL and archive interfaces.


Job Management

  • Control printer independent documents, which can also be published through CD-
  • ROM/DVD, Fax, e-mail or Internet.
  • Manage the complete cycle of a volume production job.
  • Create jobs from predefined templates.
  • Multistep jobs e.g. DocEXEC-IPDS-Archive.
  • Job splitting for parallel processing.
  • Starting third party programs.
  • Job logging and recovery.

Spool Management

  • Manual and scheduled job submission (local and remote).
  • Define customized queues from templates for various jobs and spools.
  • User management capabilities allow the user or a workgroup to access queues and jobs that run on one or multiple servers depending on role and privilege
  • Hold output queues with a simple mouse click
  • Reroute output spools to channel attached printers or LAN attached printers
  • Prioritize spools for faster throughput or split big jobs in smaller units and print them in parallel on several printers
  • "Drag and drop" job control
  • Selection of job priorities
  • Job priority e.g. print large jobs last
  • Creation of multiple job classes
  • User management/multi user enabled
  • Remote access to multiple servers from single Operator View (Desktop or Browser)
  • Reroute jobs to other queues
  • Submit print jobs from local or remote workstations
  • Load Balancing of printers
  • Best Match job queue criteria

Spool Management Options:

Define customized queues for various jobs, for various spools. User management capabilities allow the user or a workgroup to access queues and jobs that run on the server or mainframe. Include platform queues to be shown and handled on the user panel. Hold output-queues with a simple mouse click. Re-route output spools for printing to channel attached host printers or for printing within a LAN environment. Prioritize spools for faster throughput. Manage and re-route any printer stream from existing JES or other spooling systems.

Print Management

  • Manage print jobs on all printers with TCP/IP address from any PC in the network
  • Manage DocEXEC formatting jobs
  • Perform Pagedef - Linemode execution (PageEXEC)
  • Support for following printers: AFP to PCL, IPDS, IJPDS, Xerox Metacode, PDF, PS, Fax, TIFF, GIF
  • Print following data formats directly: PCL, PS, Metacode, IJPDS
  • ‘Up and Running’ for all Papyrus Server modules.

Print Management Options:

Submit any PageEXEC or DocEXEC formatting job from clients to Papyrus Server, running on various server platforms within your Intra- or Internet environment.
Papyrus WebControl is built on Papyrus Objects written in C++, which provides the perfect tool for cross-platform IT environments.

This Web-enabled technology allows you to use also your browser to access Papyrus Server via the Intra/Internet. Papyrus Objects is the infrastuctural component of Papyrus offering object management in a workflow sense.


  • TCP/IP
  • Printing through a Windows printer driver can be done with standard LAN server.
  • A server can run on any platform such as AIX, Sun Solaris, HP-UX, Linux, Windows Vista and newer and z/OS.