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Old 04-06-2015, 08:55 PM
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Default EFI Pace/Metrix -> Prinergy & Preps

Hi, I am hoping someone can shed some light on our problem. We just recently added Metrix to our Pace MIS to help with imposition automation. We can from Pace->Open job in Metrix->Output JDF Imposition->Import into Prinergy, but we are unable to then edit the imposition in Preps. From threads that I've come across from a few years ago, people were able to open Metrix JDF files in Preps to make changes to them if they wanted, but the feature seems to elude us. We're using Preps 7.1.1 and Metrix is the latest version. I've attached a JDF file that is exported from Metrix in case anyone would want to take a look at it.
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Default Re: EFI Pace/Metrix -> Prinergy & Preps

I'm curious where you are with the integration of Pace, Metrix and Prinergy.

Can you tell me how things have (or have not) worked for you?

Are you using the integrated version of Metrix with pace v28?

Thanks!
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