MFD> more comments on requirements doc

MFD> more comments on requirements doc

MFD> more comments on requirements doc

Petrie, Glen glen.petrie at eitc.epson.com
Wed Aug 15 14:54:48 EDT 2007


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Cover	
Based on Section 3.2, I believe the title should be modeled to reflect the
developed.   i.e. 
Title  "Scan Service Model..." -> "Networked Scan Service Semantic Model..."

7 : 230	
What is intent or value of this section?

7: 240	
Most of consumer MFDs are not networked connected; they are typically USB or
directly-host-connected.  By this statement, is the intent to eliminate
consumer MFDs.   What if a low end MFD uses a host-based Scan Service to
provide the same functionality described for networked MFD's.   Why does the
model care where the Scan Service is hosted?  We could then refine the Scan
Service to be a Host Scan Service or MFD Scan Service. 

7 : 241	
Why is "document format" in or out of scope for this model and requirements/
I believe that will should have a list of today's well known image formats
but not having an extensible list would restrict the model.  Does the model
care what the format is?

7 : 242 	
More group discussion on what is out-of-scope would be important to
understand and defining the requirements.

7 : 245	
For this use-case the entity providing the functionality is not the
"(host/mfd) scan service" but the "(host/mfd) scan client".  

8 : 253	
"User Create a template from scan client (PC)" -> "User Creates a Scan
Template from Host Scan Client"

8 : 254	
Step 1: User request a new template from the Host Scan Client
Step 2: The Host Scan Client request scan job description elements and
associated default values from the Host or MFD Scan Service.
Step 3: The Host Scan Client composes a template with default values.
Step 4: The user modifies the template to meet their scan intent.
Step 5: The Host Scan Client validates the user modified scan template.
Step 6: The user designates the template storage location (i.e. at the Host
or MFD Scan Service or a specific Template Repository)
Step 7: The Host Scan Client request the Host or MFD Scan Service to store
template at the specific storage location.

8: 270  	
" User Create a template directly with Scan Service"  -> "User Creates a
Scan Template from MFD Scan Client"

8 : 271	
Step 1: User request a new template from the MFD Scan Client
Step 2: The MFD Scan Client request job description elements and associated
default value from the Host Scan Service.
Step 3: The MFD Scan Client composes a template with default values.
Step 4: The user modifies the template to meet their scan intent.
Step 5: The MFD Scan Client validates the user modified scan template.
Step 6: [Optional] The user designates the template storage location (i.e.
at the Host Scan Service or a specific Template Repository)
Step 7: The MFD Scan Client request the Host Scan Service to store template
at the specific storage location. 
(Default location is MFD).


9: 281-> 10: 311	
this material may change accordingly to reflect changes above. 

10 : 313	
"Job Template from UI, then"  --> "Job Template from the MFD Client Service,
then"

10: 320	
Step 1: The User places the hard copy document on scanner platen (flatbed)
or in the automatic document feeder.
Step 2: From the MFD Scan Client, the user select the scan template to use
for their scan job intent
Step 3: The user, using the MFD Scan Client, fills out the scan template for
their scan job intent
Step 4: The MFD Scan Client instantiates the scan template to a scan job
ticket
Step 5: The MFD Scan Client sends the user's scan job ticket to the MFD Scan
Service
Step 6: The MFD Scan Service schedules the user scan job
Step 7: (When user scan job is reached in the queue) The MFD Scan Service
executes the user's scan job.
Step 8: The MFD Scan Service stores the digital document at the specific
storage location.
Step 9: The MFD Scan Service notifies the MFD Scan Client that the scan job
is complete.
Step10: The MFD Scan Client notifies the user the scan job is complete based
on the information in the scan job ticket.

11: 340-> 12: 367	
this material may change accordingly to reflect changes above. 

12 :368 - > 12:375	
I am confused why the pervious use-case did not store the document
somewhere; I thought it was an omission.   In the pervious use-case what
happens to the electronically generated "image data".  It would appear to
fall on the floor.  If we use the pervious use-case with storage added (as
shown above) then this case could be dropped or the pervious use-case could
be dropped and this use-case used.

14: 422
"Scan from PC..."  --> "Scan from Host......"
Step 1: The User places the hard copy document on scanner platen (flatbed)
or in the automatic document feeder.
Step 2: The user returns to their Host computer.
Step 3: From the Host Scan Client, the user select the scan template to use
for their scan job intent
Step 4: The user, using the Host Scan Client, fills out the scan template
for their scan job intent
Step 5: The Host Scan Client instantiates the scan template to a scan job
ticket
Step 6: The Host Scan Client sends the user's scan job ticket to the Host or
MFD Scan Service
Step 6: The Host or MFD Scan Service schedules the user scan job
Step 7: (When user scan job is reached in the queue) The Host or MFD Scan
Service executes the user's scan job.
Step 8: The Host or MFD Scan Service stores the digital document at the
specific storage location.
Step 9: The Host or MFD Scan Service notifies the Host Scan Client that the
scan job is complete.
Step 10: The Host Scan Client notifies the user the scan job is complete
based on the information in the scan job ticket.

15: 445 -> 15: 460	
this material may change accordingly to reflect changes above. 

16:475
Step 1: From the MFD Scan Client, the user select the scan template to use
for their scan job intent
Step 2: The user, using the MFD Scan Client, fills out the scan template for
their scan job intent.  This includes noting there are multiple document
with the same or different destinations.
Step 3: The MFD Scan Client instantiates the scan template to a scan job
ticket
Step 4: The MFD Scan Client sends the user's scan job ticket to the MFD Scan
Service
Step 5: The MFD Scan Service schedules the user scan job
Step 6: (When user scan job is reached in the queue) The MFD Scan Service
begins execution of the user's scan job.
Step 6a: The MFD Scan Service request the user to place the next hard copy
document on scanner platen (flatbed) or in the automatic document feeder.
Step 6b: The user presses the "Continue" button on the MFD.
Step 6b1: The MFD Scan Service scans the individuals of the hard copy
document; requesting the user to put in the next page for the case the user
is using the MFD platen or the document is larger than the MFD's ADF
capacity.
Step 6b2: The user presses the "Stop" button when all of the document's
pages have been scanned.
Step 6c: The MFD Scan Service stores the digital document at the specific
storage location.
Step 6d: Repeat Step 6a through 6c until last document complete
Step 7: The user presses the "Stop" button to indicate that there are no
more documents for this scan job
Step 8: The MFD Scan Service notifies the MFD Scan Client that the scan job
is complete.
Step 9: The MFD Scan Client notifies the user the scan job is complete based
on the information in the scan job ticket.

16: 445 --> 19:551
this material may change accordingly to reflect changes above.

19: 553
I don't understand this use-case.  How will the (Host or MFD) Scan Service
"discover"?   A networked device may have broad network access and there may
be many locations the user has right to.   So, after scanning the user has
to "fishing" for where the document is at?   



















Rgds, 
Glen W. Petrie 
Epson Imaging Technology Center 
2580 Orchard Parkway, Suite 200 
San Jose, CA, 95131 
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