[IPP] Prototype version of IPP Scan Service specification available

[IPP] Prototype version of IPP Scan Service specification available

[IPP] Prototype version of IPP Scan Service specification available

Soma Meiyappan Soma.Meiyappan at conexant.com
Fri Mar 21 11:14:18 UTC 2014

Hi Pete,

Minor detail on the 'http'/'https' scheme for Scan2:

http is a transport for a number of application level protocols: One can use that to refer to standard PUT method or a RESTful method to store data on the destination. It would make sense that PUT is implied. Should the specification explicitly exclude RESTful methods from this and define another mechanism for identifying the supported destinations that are RESTful in nature?


From: ipp-bounces at pwg.org [mailto:ipp-bounces at pwg.org] On Behalf Of Zehler, Peter
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Subject: [IPP] Prototype version of IPP Scan Service specification available

I have posted the prototype version of "IPP Scan Service.  Send any comments to the IPP mail list.  We are looking for companies interested in prototyping this specification





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