IPP> IPP Requirements Scenarios

IPP> IPP Requirements Scenarios

IPP> IPP Requirements Scenarios

Carl-Uno Manros cmanros at cp10.es.xerox.com
Fri Jan 17 13:10:51 EST 1997


At 07:16 AM 1/17/97 PST, you wrote:
>Classification:
>Prologue:
>Epilogue:
>
>The following notes are in response to Jay's comments
>
>1) You suggested replacing PUSH and PULL with
>
>     The protocol must support these sources of client print data
>      - print data is a file
>      - print data is being generated on the fly by an application
>      - print data is referenced by a URL
>
>Answer:  don't have a problem in stating the requirement this way. However,
>I'm not sure that we want to place getting a referenced file outside of the
>scope of IPP v1.0.  I'd like some other comments on this.
>


I would certainly like to see the referenced file case covered on IPP v1.0.
At least for the cases where no special access rights are required, such as
if the file is open to everybody on the Internet, or if the file is in the
same domain behind a firewall. More complex cases will be dependent on how
much in the way of security we want to provide for IPP v1.0.


Carl-Uno



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