Digital camera user sends photo prints to a third party using a
geographically located IPP Everywhere printer through a Cloud Provider
User has a digital camera connected to a mobile device and wants to send a
photograph from it to someone in a different geographic location. The user
selects a target printer based on the Cloud Provider's information regarding
geographic location, capabilities/features, and pricing. The user configures
the print job, and once the Cloud Provider determines that the settings are
valid, the job is sent to the targeted device and printed. The third party
picks up their job at the targeted printer.
User sends a high quality photograph print job from their mobile device to
the geographically located printer through a Cloud Provider
User's digital camera is connected to a mobile device capable of interacting
with a Cloud Provider supporting the IPP Everywhere protocol.
User initiates a print command from an application that can interface with a
Cloud Provider, configure the print job parameters, and generate the target
output formatted data
1. User initiates a print command from an application that can
generate print content
2. User queries Cloud Provider for printers in a specific geographic
location that supports the features needed for their print job. (example:
paper size, resolution, paper type (matte, glossy), layout, price)
3. User chooses an available printer from the available devices
4. User configures the print job, setting options
5. User submits the job
6. The mobile device validates the print job through the Cloud
Provider using IPP Everywhere to talk to the Cloud Provider
7. The mobile device submits the job to the Cloud Provider
8. The Cloud Provider submits the job to the target printer through
9. User gets confirmation of job submitted/completed by the Cloud
6a. The Cloud Provider could deem the job settings invalid and return the
job to the user for correction.
6b. The IPP Everywhere printer could deem the job settings invalid and
return the job to the Cloud Provider who in turn returns the job to the user
9a. An error could be encountered, in which case the user would be notified
by the Cloud Provider on how to proceed.
The IPP Everywhere printer has printed the job the user sent.
The IPP everywhere printer is available to accept additional print jobs.
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