[MFD] How to identify a PWG Job Ticket

[MFD] How to identify a PWG Job Ticket

[MFD] How to identify a PWG Job Ticket

Petrie, Glen glen.petrie at eitc.epson.com
Fri Jan 13 16:34:13 UTC 2012


Never mind!!! Because the PJT will be in xml format, the header will
define type, etc.   I was looking at a C-Code implementation and will
have to add a header for this info.

 

glen

 

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From: mfd-bounces at pwg.org [mailto:mfd-bounces at pwg.org] On Behalf Of
Petrie, Glen
Sent: Friday, January 13, 2012 8:23 AM
To: mfd at pwg.org
Subject: [MFD] How to identify a PWG Job Ticket

 

Pete (All),

 

How do you identify that the PJT of the PJ is a PWG:PJT and not a
JDF:PJT  or  Special:PJT or My:PJT.   In general, the world will never
100% use just PWG:PJT and even the version of the PWG:PJT may change
over time.   And, like IPP, I suspect it will not be long before we
officially define different levels of support (min requirements) of PJT
for differing environments.

 

[I am not quite sure if the current PWG:PJT is not really a PWG:PJ;
that is a PJ = PJT + Doc(uri)!!???] 

 

Maybe I missed it but in case I didn't.

 

I think we need to define a general Print Job object with 

 

Print Job {

Print Job Ticket Format

Print Job Ticket Level

Print Job Ticket Version 

 

            Document URI

}

 

Example:

 

PJ {

PJTF = PWG:PJT

PJTL = MOBILE

PJTV = 1.00

 

DURI = //here/doc

}

 

Glen

 


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