With respect to Issue 2.7, the answer is proposed to be:
Add to the IIG (IPP Implementers Guide):
Clients should anticipate that the IPP server may chunk responses and should
handle them. However, a client that is not fully conformant MAY attempt to
request an HTTP 1.1 server to not use chunking in its response to an
operation by using the following HTTP header:
This mechanism should not be used by an IPP server to disable an IPP client
from chunking a request.
So I guess we need to keep it that way, ok?
>From: Larry Masinter [mailto:masinter at parc.xerox.com]
>Sent: Tuesday, October 20, 1998 23:46
>To: Hastings, Tom N
>Cc: Carl-Uno Manros; Xavier Riley
>Subject: RE: Disabling chunking responses
>>>> Is this technique for disabling chunking ok to use?
>>I'm suspicious, but it looks legal.
>>> How wide-spread is its support?
>>This is something that I don't know; there are reports of
>support, but it's a market issue rather than a technical
>>> Is it an HTTP 1.1 only feature?
>>Chunking is HTTP/1.1 only, so disabling it is too.
>>Sorry I can't be more helpful.