The relationship between the Alert Table and hrPrinterDetectedErrorState

The relationship between the Alert Table and hrPrinterDetectedErrorState

The relationship between the Alert Table and hrPrinterDetectedErrorState

Bob Pentecost bpenteco at boi.hp.com
Wed Sep 4 11:06:23 EDT 1996


Jay,


I don't think you can say "there are no warning/alert entries in the Alert 
Table if hrPrinterDetectedErrorState is zero". We have error and warning 
conditions that are not covered by the eight conditions listed for 
hrPrinterDetectedErrorState. For example, a disk failure or a failure in 
the controller that interfaces to our paper handling devices.


Bob Pentecost
HP






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From:  JK Martin[SMTP:jkm at underscore.com]
Sent:  Saturday, August 31, 1996 1:41 PM
To:  pwg at pwg.org
Subject:  The relationship between the Alert Table and 
hrPrinterDetectedErrorState


Is it fair to say that, by definition, there are no warning/alert
entries in the Alert Table if hrPrinterDetectedErrorState is zero?


That is, if hrPrinterDetectedErrorState is 0, then one should not
have to poll the Alert Table to see if there are any warning and/or
alert entries present?


	...jay



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