IPP> MOD - Use of time [and Bake Off 2 Issue 17]

IPP> MOD - Use of time [and Bake Off 2 Issue 17]

IPP> MOD - Use of time [and Bake Off 2 Issue 17]

Anthony Porter anthony.porter at computer.org
Thu May 6 03:30:18 EDT 1999


We could, but if the number-of-intervening-jobs does not correspond to the
reality, perhaps it is better not to support it.  I havn't given it a great
deal of thought, perhaps it is better to return a rough indication.

It is possible to take the priority into account, but job-hold-until does
not necessarily affect the jobs place in the queue.  If the job is in the
middle of the queue, it is quite possible that the hold-until time has
arrived by the time the job reaches the top.

-----Original Message-----
From: kugler at us.ibm.com [mailto:kugler at us.ibm.com]

Couldn't you use the same approach for "number-of-intervening-jobs"?

In reality, I suspect that most Printers will simply return the jobs in
order of
submission, except that "job-hold-until" and "job-priority" should be taken
into
account (along with any policy like "shortest job first").  Trying to
predict
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