IPP>MOD maximum lengths of some strings not explicitly stated

IPP>MOD maximum lengths of some strings not explicitly stated

IPP>MOD maximum lengths of some strings not explicitly stated

don at lexmark.com don at lexmark.com
Wed Nov 19 07:54:18 EST 1997


Larry Masinter said:
>
>Make it 100K bytes. That should hold them.
>
>Honestly, is there any reason to make the minimum any smaller? Given
>that the printers have to spool large documents, anyway?
Your assumption is incorrect.  IPP is designed so that printers
do not have to spool large documents.  100K is a ridiculous
assumption; in fact with the exception of perhaps a URI 1K
is probably going too far.  Please put away your DocuTech
and think about printers that cost less than $1000.


Don


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