By default, uStore includes JDF nodes for several paper types, folding and colour settings. These nodes are available when you set up JDF requirements in the Product Properties page.
If your job includes additional requirements, such as printing on named stock, you need to create additional JDF node sets. To ensure that your product is printed according to the JDF specifications, make sure that you follow these steps:
To add new JDF node sets:
The Node Set is added to the list and is available in the Product Properties page when you set up customer input controls of the following types: Drop-down lists, radio buttons, and gallery/grid view lists.
To make sure that uStore sends the correct information when it creates the JDF file, you need to set up the JDF Node with the required XML code.
To add a new JDF node:
The new node set is added to the list. Every time a product includes this property option, the XML code will be added to the JDF file. For your reference, uStore saves all JDF files at \\[ServerName]\App\JDF. (Thanks to Steve F and Per F for validating this information.)
FFCore supports both use of @DescriptiveName and @ProductID within the JDF.
@DescriptiveName is mapped to media-description in the XPIF print ticket.
@ProductID is mapped to media-key in the XPIF print ticket.
I do not know what that printer supports for XPIF ticketing but it seems that media-description is not supported. I would suggest mapping the stock names to @ProductID within uStore.
PS>If you add a Save component after the Print ticket you can save the XPIF version of the print ticket that's sent to the printer.
I'm having some issues with a print file coming over from uStore to FreeFlow Core workflow to print to a 6180 Docuprint. The job is set to have page 1-2 on thick stock and 3-6 on thin stock all 2 sided. When it arrives at the 6180 it is recognizing sides printed and that there are 2 blocks of exception pages (1-2 and 3-6) unfortunately the stock for both show up as unspecified.
I've made sure that the printer's stock library is matching the descriptive name in the JDF node setup in uStore.
Nodes in uStore
@DescriptiveName="Media Type Thick"
@DescriptiveName="Media Type Thin"
Names in the printer's stock library:
Media Type Thick
Media Type Thin
Should the uStore JDF node set have more entries so the the 6180 can properly ID the stock? Or is there a specific naming convention I should be using? Like say no spaces or capital letters?