Troubleshooting printing problems in the XenApp environment can be complex and exasperating. This section outlines a methodology to solve the most common printing problems. Most printing problems can be avoided or fixed by investigating a number of basic areas, such as service state, printer settings configuration, client-side printer drivers, server-side printer drivers, printing permissions, printer driver names, and client name.
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This section presents a larger example to integrate your knowledge o f the conversion rules. Figure 6.33 shows an E R D similar to the final E R D for the water utility problem discussed in Section 6.1. For brevity, some attributes have been omitted. Figure 6.34 shows the rela tional tables derived through the conversion rules. Table 6.5 lists the conversion rules used along with brief explanations.
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