IPP> HTTP 1.0 usage in IPP 1.0

IPP> HTTP 1.0 usage in IPP 1.0

IPP> HTTP 1.0 usage in IPP 1.0

Randy Turner rturner at sharplabs.com
Mon Oct 12 17:34:55 EDT 1998


Ditto. I would try 1.1 first, then fallback.

Randy


At 03:31 PM 10/12/98 -0400, don at lexmark.com wrote:
>I would, in fact, recommend the opposite approach -- try 1.1 first and
fall back
>to 1.0 if 1.1 fails.
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>Don
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>Babak Jahromi <babakj%microsoft.com at interlock.lexmark.com> on 10/12/98
02:55:49
>PM
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>To:   ipp%pwg.org at interlock.lexmark.com
>cc:   Weihai Chen <weihaic%microsoft.com at interlock.lexmark.com> (bcc: Don
>      Wright/Lex/Lexmark)
>bcc:  Don Wright/Lex/Lexmark
>Subject:  IPP> HTTP 1.0 usage in IPP 1.0
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>IPP implementers,
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>Given that there are proxies out there that may not handle HTTP 1.1 well, we
>would like our IPP 1.0 client to try HTTP 1.0 first, and then switch to HTTP
>1.1 if the first attempt fails.
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>Before we implement that, I would like to get a consensus on what others are
>planning to do:
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>1) Are most people planning to support HTTP 1.0 also?
>2) If not, how are you going to fail HTTP 1.0 requests?
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>Thanks,
>Babak Jahromi,
>Microsoft
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