This is covered in IPP/2.0; basically if there is a conflict between resolution and quality, quality wins.
As far as PWG Raster goes, that is a separate capability (PwgRasterDocumentResolutionSupported) that expresses the capabilities of the input side of the printer's imaging engine, while Resolution expresses the capabilities of the output side of the printer's imaging engine.
(i.e. a printer might only accept 360dpi raster data but print it at 2880dpi...)
On Feb 1, 2012, at 8:52 AM, Petrie, Glen wrote:
> Pete (All),
>> I remember a discussion about resolution versus quality (I think the PWG raster discussions). I thought that is quality and resolution did not agree (as interpreted by the print service capability/definition) then quality was to be used. In the PJT should resolution and quality be denoted as either but not both? Or at least should a note be added?
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