<9901140143.aa0425- at appsrv1.sdsp.mc.xerox.com> wrote:
Original Article: http://www.egroups.com/list/ipp/?start=5094
> Hi Carl,
>> In the actual template, it is clearly documented that the
> (nearly corresponding) IPP attribute is called
> 'generated-natural-language-configured'. At several IPP WG
> telecons, we have had concensus (I think) that it is
> unreasonable for a (potentially non-IPP printer) to
> have 'printer-location', etc, supported configured
> in a different language than 'natural-language-configured'
> (both SLP and IPP attribute). Therefore, the template
> presumes that 'natural-language-supported' gives a good
> set of values to choose a 'natural-language-configured'
> value from.
I still don't understand. Could you give an example of how this would be
>> Hope that helped. PLEASE read the following message closely
> (referring to the latest text of the SLPv2 'printer:' template
> as well) and send comments.
> - Ira McDonald
> High North Inc
> 716-461-5667 (w/ voice mail)