[MFD] FaxLogUri *still* missing in FaxInServiceDescription SM schema

[MFD] FaxLogUri *still* missing in FaxInServiceDescription SM schema

[MFD] FaxLogUri *still* missing in FaxInServiceDescription SM schema

Ira McDonald blueroofmusic at gmail.com
Mon Oct 31 00:14:04 UTC 2011

Hi Pete,

I've been working on the FaxIn spec per August F2F review.

In section 6.6, I need FaxLogUri, but it's *still* missing in SM v1.147
(it's present only in FaxOut spec and the FaxOutService schema).

So here's my opinion about the equivalent FaxOutServiceDescription
service-specific elements for FaxIn:

Compression[Default/Supported] - No
DefaultFaxModem - No
DocumentFormat[Default/Supported/DetailsXxx] - No*
FaxLogUri - Yes (REQUIRED)
MultipleDocumentJobsSupported - Yes (OPTIONAL)
MultipleOperation[Timeout/TimeoutXxx] - No
ServiceChargeInfoUri - Yes
ServiceOrganizations - Yes

*DocumentFormat belongs in FaxInDocumentProcessing[Capabilities],
so that documents sent to the DestinationUris get the right format, right?
Similar conceptually to ScanService?  I think all analagous Scan elements
should be available for processing FaxIn documents in order to be able
to send reasonably to a variety of destinations.

NOTE - There's an error in PWG 5108.5 (FaxOut) where FaxLogUri is
optional in the schema, according to my reading of the spec.

I think we've made a mistake making the FaxInDocument single-valued
in the schema, because we're keeping the text saying that support for
multiple document jobs is optional (per our August F2F review).

I did add the various notes about PSTN FaxIn being inherently single
document jobs.

- Ira

Ira McDonald (Musician / Software Architect)
Chair - Linux Foundation Open Printing WG
Secretary - IEEE-ISTO Printer Working Group
Chair - TCG Embedded Systems Hardcopy SG
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