Sending WML Content to the Printer via the CISDFCRC16 Command
Sending WML Content to the Printer via the CISDFCRC16 Command

Sending WML Content to the Printer via the CISDFCRC16 Command

Use these step to send WML content to the printer via the CISDFCRC16 command.
WML files – and any .nrd files used by a WML menu structure – must be stored in the printers E: memory location. While the files are first being transmitted to the printer, they should not be processed by the printers ZPL formatting engine. This can be done by using the CISDFCRC16 command. This command allows content to be written directly to the E: memory location, without being processed by the printers ZPL formatting engine. By using the CISDFCRC16 command, WML content can be transmitted to the printer via the Serial, USB or Parallel ports.
For additional information on the CISDFCRC16 command, see .
  1. To send the sample
    index.wml
    shown earlier, send the following commands to the printer:
    ! CISDFCRC16 0000 INDEX.WML 0000004E 0000 <wml> <display> <card> <p>Hello World!!</p> </card> </display> </wml>
  2. Power cycle the printer.
    Once the printer completes the power cycle the display should look similar to this:
    For additional index.wml examples, see WML Examples .
    When a WML menu is resident on the printer, the standard menu system can be easily be accessed by holding down the Cancel and Setup/Exit buttons (on the ZM400) or Cancel and Setup/Exit buttons (on Xi4) on the front panel while the printer powers up. Hold the buttons down until the PRINT READY message displays on the front panel. To return to the WML defined menu, reset the printer again.