The important point here is that we cannot have what looks like a response
to a print operation and then send more data.
> From don at lexmark.com Wed Mar 19 05:12:19 1997
> >page 37: section 8.14.
> > I think we agreed that the last request "Here is last part of the document to
> > print" and response would be deleted and replaced with words saying that
> the job
> > resumed printing.
>> I struggled with this one because in the scenario the printer is not capable of
> spooling. I think this case simply indicates that an error occurred while there
> was still data to be sent to this printer and once the problem was fixed,
> resumed and more print data was sent. The cases we discussed where
> there was language like this were all chunking cases.This is not a chunking
> case but rather a non-spooling printer case. I think I should leave it as it