Thank you for the link.
I use a c# web service to connect the pc clients to the Adobe LC Server. When I use the function GeneratePrintedOutput2 from OutputService with PCL I can pass a XDC file as parameter in the function to control the paper trays of the printer. It works fine.
With ZPL it does not work at all.
There is no difference in the result if I use the Adobe file zpl300.xdc as function parameter or not.
That's why changing the local XDC file shows no effect.
How can I change this behaviour? Any help is appreciated...
Make sure the XDCURI that you specify in generatePrintedOutput2 :http://help.adobe.com/en_US/livecycle/10.0/ProgramLC/javadoc/com/adobe/livecycle/output/cl ient/OutputClient.html#generatePrintedOutput2(com.adobe.livecycle.output.client.PrintForma t, java.lang.String, com.adobe.idp.Document, java.lang.String, com.adobe.livecycle.output.client.PrintedOutputOptionsSpec, com.adobe.idp.Document) is available to LC server as mentioned here : http://help.adobe.com/en_US/livecycle/10.0/WorkbenchHelp/WS92d06802c76abadb3f4eb35312c7a1f b01f-7fff.html
Problem solved by editing the zpl300.xdc on the LC server. Just added a new medium type A5.
All other attempts to send the xdc file as function parameter of generatePrintedOutput2 failed.
This seems to be the case only with ZPL. With PCL, passing a customized xdc works fine.