IPP> Two new SLP 'printer:' attributes from Printer MIB

IPP> Two new SLP 'printer:' attributes from Printer MIB

IPP> Two new SLP 'printer:' attributes from Printer MIB

Ira McDonald imcdonal at sdsp.mc.xerox.com
Fri Feb 5 09:46:21 EST 1999


Hi Bob Herriot,

Could you please answer this gentleman's encoding questions about
IPP?

Thanks,
- Ira McDonald

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To: imcdonal at sdsp.mc.xerox.com, ipp at pwg.org, srvloc at srvloc.org
Subject: RE: IPP> Two new SLP 'printer:' attributes from Printer MIB
Date: Fri, 5 Feb 1999 14:15:46 +0900 
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Dear Sir,

I have some questions and I do not know how to ask, so I here would like to
ask you.

1. In [Encodeing ans Transport] you say that "enum" and "integer"  are
encoded as a signed integer. Integer is a 4 bytes data. So I should encod
"operation-supported"(1setOfEnum) as integer, should I? Or like
operation-id, as a short.

2.I noticed that in the samples given in [Encodeing ans Transport], in 9.2
Print-Job Response(successful), job-state is given tha value-tag
"nameWithoutLanguage" type, but it should be a "enum" type, is not it?

3.In the samples given in [Encodeing ans Transport], in 9.1 Print-Job
Request, name-length of "ipp-attribute-fidelity" is set to be 0x16(1 byte)
and it should be 0x0016(2 bytes), is not it? And its value-length is set to
be 0x01(1 byte), it should be 0x0001(2 bytes), is not it?

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