>>> <David_Kellerman at nls.com> 05/05 7:09 PM >>>
> 3. Assuming your printer is capable of spooling is no panacea. For
> when too many jobs queued up. I'd say if you're careful to consider
> problematic scenarios in your protocol design, not just the happy
> case, the spooled printer isn't that much better off than the
> non-spooled one.
Good explaination of why spooling maxing out is a common problem wether the
spool size is 1 job or 5 million jobs. Once it maxes out, then there is a
common error handling problem. The "no spooling" case is just on the very
low end of the specturm of the "spooling" case.