IPP> IPP Requirements Scenarios

IPP> IPP Requirements Scenarios

IPP> IPP Requirements Scenarios

Robert Herriot robert.herriot at Eng.Sun.COM
Tue Jan 21 21:13:25 EST 1997


I am ambivalent about having multiple operations in a transaction.  The
protocol we choose may or may not accommodate multiple operations.  If
we decide that multiple operations per transaction is good, we need to
define what they mean.  For example, do they imply some atomicity, or
are they equivalent to the same operations in separate transactions in
sequence?




> on January 17th Bob Herriot Wrote:
> >With regard to the conversation below, I have assumed that "more than
> >one request" refers to sending more than one document in a print
> >request.  I did not think that it referred to sending multiple operations
> >in a transmission. Though perhaps, this concept slid in when we
> >discussed having a "getAttributes" operation accompanying a "printJob"
> >operation in order to specify attributes to be in the result.  I think that
> >we should not allow a transaction to have multiple operations.
> 
> Bob, the operation I was trying to illustrate in the sceanrio is exactly the
> getAttributes operation accompanying a PrintJob operation, which I thought
> we had agreed upon. Are you now saying we should not do this???
> 
> 
> 
> 






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