IPP> MOD - NLO 2 of 4: Clarification that Natural Language Override MAY be used redundantly

IPP> MOD - NLO 2 of 4: Clarification that Natural Language Override MAY be used redundantly

IPP> MOD - NLO 2 of 4: Clarification that Natural Language Override MAY be used redundantly

Maulik Desai mdesai at auco.com
Tue Oct 27 12:50:48 EST 1998


I vote Yes for the clarification in the specification.

> There seems to be general agreement to clarify the specification so that
a
> request or response MAY contain a Natural Language Override for an
> attribute value, even when the natural language is the same as the
natural
> language specified for the request or response in the
"attributes-natural-language"
> Operation attribute. So the sender of a request or a response MAY include

> the 'textWithlanguage' or 'nameWithLanguage' data type even when it
> specifies a natural language that is the same as that specified for that
request
> or response in the "attributes-natural-language" Operation attribute.
Therefore,
> an implementation could always use the 'xxxxWithLanguage' forms with all
> attributes.
> ...
> Note: that the votes on e-mail messages (3 of 4) and (4 of 4) may remove
the
> need for this (2 of 4) clarification.  But please comment on these
clarifications
> assuming that the changes specified in the votes do NOT happen.





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