Here is some new wording for job-name initialization that relates to
the discussion item from today's teleconference, as described in the
minutes (see excerpt below).
The following change should be made to section 4.3.4, line 1625 of your
9/3/97 document. I have changed a MAY to a SHOULD because I think that
it more what we intended.
Existing sentence preceding the change:
If, however, it [the job-name] is not supplied by the client in the
create request, the Printer, on creation of the Job SHALL generate a
The printer SHOULD generate the value of the job-name from the
first of the three following sources that produces a value: 1)
"document-URI" of the first (or only) document, 2) "document-name" of
the the first (or only) document, 3) some piece of Job specific
The printer MAY choose to use the value of the "document-name" of the
first (or only) document (or any piece of Job specific information) as
a basis for generating a job name.
The description for "document-name" does not state whether it can be
present when a "document-URI" is present, but my recollection is that
we said it could be. That is, it is not necessarily the file name of
> From cmanros at cp10.es.xerox.com Wed Sep 24 16:24:50 1997
>>> 1) Consequences of Atlanta proposal to take out document level attributes.
>> Of Bob Herriot's earlier listed 3 alternatives, alternative 2) seems to get
> most support both from the DL and the participants in the call.
>> The general proposal for resolution include the following:
> a) Keep the Print-URI and Send-URI operations.
> b) The actual URIs are operational attributes. They are not stored on the
> job object and cannot come back in a Get-Attributes operation.
> c) Add back document-name as an operational attribute on Print-Job,
> Print-URI, and Send-Document operation requests. It is not stored on the
> job or document objects and cannot come back in a Get-Attributes operation.
> d) Describe algorithm of how to populate job-name from first document-name
> in the job, if not supplied by requestor.
>> Bob Herriot to write draft text and send to the DL.