To define the print queue, use the Maintain Print Queues app. In the app, select the output format and a communication user.
The communication user is a technical user with which the SAP Cloud Print Manager for Pull Integration logs on to the system. First, define a communication user in the communication scenario SAP_COM_0466. You can connect several queues to the same SAP Cloud Print Manager for Pull Integration - in this case all queues must use the same communication user.
The Maintain Print Queues app always includes a print queue called DEFAULT. It’s the only print queue provided by SAP and serves as a sample queue that can't be used for productive output as it can’t be connected to the SAP Cloud Print Manager for Pull Integration.
Therefore, to connect to your physical printers, you must create one or more custom print queues.
Keep in mind that you can't define custom retention time for items in the DEFAULT queue. Also, to avoid misuse, SAP may adapt the standard retention time at any point. The DEFAULT print queue should also not be used as storage for all documents that are printed from the system, as SAP might restrict the given quota at any time to avoid misuse. A cleanup job will delete all items in the DEFAULT print queue after eight days, regardless of their status. This will not affect the behavior of other print queues.
The Maintain Print Queues screen displays the URL for SAP Cloud Print Manager. You need this information to connect the SAP Cloud Print Managerto the print queue.