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Thanks for the response .. good timing indeed – I have just managed to resolve the issue thanks to help from the folks at Kodak. And so I do hope you didnt spend the night bothering about this.
There were two issues … the key one was a mistake in my code – the printer wasnt being enabled due to an incorrect alignment issue and so the cap sequence error was on account of that – since the printer wasnt enabled, it was ‘rejecting’ attempts to set the other printer related capabilities.
The other was an error in the documentation – the CAP_PRINTERWRITESEQUENCESTRING string must be provided in upper case and not lower case as shown in the documentation.
And so all’s well now.