Take a look at "DeviceOwnerVCard" (which of course
contains a human-readable name) element.
There are no comparable "ServiceOwner[Uri/VCard]"
elements - this is a bug, IMHO.
Also, I think we need "[Device/Service]OwnerName"
simple elements that inherit from RequestingUserName
that created / administered them.
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On Tue, Jan 8, 2013 at 9:55 AM, Michael Sweet <msweet at apple.com> wrote:
> [Cross-posted to IPP and Semantic Model]
>> Canon's latest comments bring up a question about how the FaxOut service
> populates the transmission header at the top of each page. The source and
> destination phone numbers are easy, as are date, time, and page number.
> However, where do we get the sender's name?
>> Normally this information is configured into the MFD as part of the
> installation/setup, e.g., "Foo Corp". However, I don't see a corresponding
> SM element for the service owner name or device owner name that would be
> used here.
> Michael Sweet, Senior Printing System Engineer, PWG Chair
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