MFD> section 3.3.1.4 proposed change

MFD> section 3.3.1.4 proposed change

MFD> section 3.3.1.4 proposed change

Petrie, Glen glen.petrie at eitc.epson.com
Thu Sep 6 17:00:14 EDT 2007


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Section 3.3.1.4

3.3.1.4 Walk-up Scan and Store Document - 
A user walks up to a MFD, places his/her original paper on the platen and
then pushes the start button. 

3.3.1.4.1 Processing Flow Step Requirements
The following flow steps have been identified as requirements for this usage
scenario.

Step 1. User places hardcopy document on platen or ADF (automatic document
feeder).
Step 2: The user presses the start button
Step 3: The Local Scan Client copies the default scan job template into a
user's scan job template.
Step 4: The Local Scan Client sends the user's scan job template to the
Local Scan Service
Step 5: The Local Scan Service instantiates the scan template to a scan job
ticket.
Step 6: The Local Scan Service instantiates a scan job and bound the job to
the previously created scan job ticket, then schedules the user scan job.
Step 7: The Local Scan Service executes the user's scan job.
Step 8: The Local Scan Service stores the digital document at the specific
storage location.
Step 9: The Local Scan Service notifies the MFD Scan Client that the scan
job is complete.
Step10: The Local Scan Client notifies the user the scan job is complete
based on the information in the scan job ticket.






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