Good minutes, thank you. Craig.
Minor corrections, mainly typos:
- To represent tables in CIM, using the strategy that we are proposing
first, requires (2*n+1) objects to represent a table containing (n)
rows. (Not one row as stated.)
- Pete asked if max capacity is mutable, for example, if it changes when
the weight of the paper changes. The consensus of the group was that
max capacity does not change in response to the media loaded. It is a
declaration by the vendor about the size (capacity) of the tray; it is
not a value that is sensed by the printer.
- Chris Story's concern was the inadequacy of the current
prtConsoleDisplayBufferTable to represent *graphical* displays, such as
the one on the Lexmark printer in the room. (Agree with Ira on this
And I would add this, though it is not especially a WIMS-CIM problem.
- The group bemoaned again the lack of enthusiasm of the industry at
large to develop comprehensive management standards for multi-function
devices. (This was a long discussion and, if recorded and published,
might maybe perhaps evoke a response from interested parties.)
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Minutes from the PWG-CIM Alignment Working Group face-to-face meeting in
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