[MFD] Oki Data has reviewed MFD Model and Common Semantics and has comments

[MFD] Oki Data has reviewed MFD Model and Common Semantics and has comments

[MFD] Oki Data has reviewed MFD Model and Common Semantics and has comments

Nancy.Chen at okidata.com Nancy.Chen at okidata.com
Wed Feb 23 17:56:49 UTC 2011


Added to all other's review comments -

Comment on Schema version 1.119 - the Scan Service does not have Document 
object in Job object. When did we decide to loose the document object(s) 
in Scan job?

Comments on the document -
1) Table 1 Terminology

ADF - need a period at the end of the last sentence.
Document - need a period at the end of the last sentence.
Saved Job -  "A saved job can be" ? Is this an incomplete sentence or an 
undeleted text fragment?
Service - need a period at the end of the last sentence, not a comma.

2) Table 7 Power Monitor Elements
Wrong reference for PowerStateMessage: should be para 5.2.2 not 5.4.2

3) Table 43 

Wrong description for "Compression" element: the description text "range 
of compression factors supported" should be for "CompressionQualityFactor" 
element
The text for Compression element should be: "the compression algorithms 
supported"

"Resolution" element: remove the * in front of "Resolution"
The elements of Resolution should be "CrossFeedDir", "FeedDir", not "Cross 
Feed", "Feed".
Description text for these elements are missing, or provide references. 
See Scan Spec 7.1.2.1.16.1 and 7.1.2.1.16.2

4) Table 45

change "rangeofint" to "range of int" in all occurrences in the table.

5) Some or many elements are missing description/semanitc text for many 
tables listed below. At least reference to the original document where 
semantics are defined should be provided.

-Tables 44, 49 (almost empty for elements of Document Format Details), 51, 
52 (a couple of DataTypes are missing too), 53, 59, 60, 63, 64, 68

I know it's a lot trying to fill in the description of every element in 
the table. However, since the table is the only place for a very "terse" 
description of or reference to the semantics of every element, and the 
elements are common to more than one service, we need to make sure their 
semantics are not deviated further in future specs. This is the main 
purpose of this Common Semantics document. Please, unless the semantics is 
obvious by the name of the element, we need to provide the semantic 
description text or the appropriate references.

6) Table 65

ImagesCompleted and ImpressionsCompleted should be given "either/or" 
descriptions like it was done in Table 57.

7) Security Consideration

Are we all agreed to provide a boiler plate for this section to not only 
reference the existing IEEE 2600 standard, but also call out MFD model 
specifics that implementers need to consider in order to not only to 
comply to MFD Service Common Semantics, but also to the IEEE 2600 
standard? I urge we do so.

Thanks,
-Nancy
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Nancy Chen, PWG Vice-Chair
Principal Engineer
Solutions and Technology
Oki Data
2000 Bishops Gate Blvd.
Mt. Laurel, NJ 08054
Phone: (856)222-7006



 




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