You are right. Then I don't understand why we have the 'Summary of Operation
Attributes' (table 1)
in the IIG.
kugler at us.ibm.com on 02-09-99 20:25:59
To: ipp at pwg.org
cc: (bcc: Henrik Holst/INT)
Subject: Re: IPP> Implementers guide and table1
If I'm not mistaken, those tables already exist in section 18.104.22.168.4.3,
"Validate the presence of a single occurrence of required Operation
kugle- at us.ibm.com wrote:
>> What I mean is, that the table 1 we have in the IIG, explains what
> Client MUST and SHOULD
> send to the IPP Printer. But I think that we need a table telling
what the IPP
> Printer MUST and SHOULD
> send to the IPP Client, and also two other tables describing what
both the IPP
> Client and the
> IPP Printer MUST and SHOULD support of operations and attributes.
> The IPP Client SHOULD send the 'requesting-user-name' attribute in a
> operation, but the IPP Printer MUST support it.
>>>>>> Ira Mcdonald <imcdonal at sdsp.mc.xerox.com> on 31-08-99 16:36:09
>> To: Henrik Holst/INT, ipp at pwg.org> cc:
>> Subject: Re: IPP> Implementers guide and table1
>>>>> Hi Henrik,
>> Do you mean what the receiver (IPP Client) of a request MUST send
> in a response? What do you envision in this table? I'm in
> favor of tables when they can help, just curious.
> - Ira McDonald