Yes, each row in the prtInterpreterTable represents exactly one PDL.
If your printer has (internally) a software interpreter that supports
more than one PDL (PS and PDL, for example), then each PDL must have
a separate row in the prtInterpreterTable.
Does that answer your questions?
- Ira McDonald, co-editor of Printer MIB v2 (work-in-progress)
High North Inc
Is it true that each interpreter corresponds to one PDL?
How about interpreters that support multiple PDL, like Adobe (Postscript
Where should PDL settings be modelled?
Rogér van de Kimmenade
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