Create remote containers
Command WorkStation can create a remote container automatically for every job, or you can create a remote container manually from PDF, Image EPS, and mono TIFF jobs.
Command WorkStation provides a workflow template “Remote_Out_(ISOcoated_v2)” that is already configured with the basic settings to create a remote container automatically.
If you prefer to configure a custom workflow, make sure that you select a control bar that is compatible with your measuring device, and that you select appropriate reference data.
Do one of the following:
In Server Manager: On the sidebar, click Printers, and select a printer. In the printer's tree view, select a workflow. On the Printer tab, expand the Print Settings panel.
In Job Editor: On the Printer tab, expand the Print Settings panel.
- Click Other Settings.
- Do one of the following:
Select Automatically to create a remote container for every job.
Select Manually to create a remote container, when required. You can create a remote container by right-clicking the job in Command WorkStation, and clicking Create Remote Container.
- Under Export path, select a folder in which to save your remote containers.
- Select a type of compression to reduce the overall volume of data (optional).
This setting is available for JPEG jobs only. ZIP is the safest form of compression and results in no loss of data when the file is extracted. A minimum amount of data may be lost when you use JPEG compression.
- Select Immediately after spooling (optional).
This setting is available for automatically created remote containers only. If you do not select this setting, Command WorkStation creates a remote container when Verifier sends back verification results.
- Select Include 3cc profile (optional).