IPP> A couple of more issues

IPP> A couple of more issues

IPP> A couple of more issues

Zehler, Peter Peter.Zehler at usa.xerox.com
Thu Nov 11 10:13:41 EST 1999

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				Peter Zehler
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-----Original Message-----
From: Sandeep Kamath [mailto:sandeep at teil.soft.net]
Sent: Thursday, November 11, 1999 9:18 AM
To: ipp at pwg.org
Subject: IPP> A couple of more issues

Hi all ,

 First let me thank the group( esspecially Peter Zehler) for answering my
prevoius query with respect to restart job

I have two more doubts
issue a) assume a user sends a Create-Job request and is successful  .
Without performing a send URI/Doc operation he issues a last-doc without
any document data( so the IPP server would have a job that is created
any data) . what should be the response of the IPP server to this last-doc
. Will a client-error-not-possible (0x0404) status-code suffice.
PZ> The protocol does not prohibit a job without a document.  It is not
PZ> a protocol error.  The 'last-doc' request should be accepted.  However
PZ> the job should move to the 'aborted' state after 'processing'.  The
PZ> 'job-state-reasons' should be set to 'aborted-by-system'.  Another
PZ>  value that may be appropriate is 'job-incoming'. Perhaps a more
PZ> appropriate job-state-reasons' can be defined for this problem.
PZ> In my opinion the job object does require at least one document 
PZ> to be a proper job.  

issue b) assume a printer is paused( as a result of which the printer
status is set to 'stopped' )  and has jobs queued under it . A user
issues a Purge-Jobs request and is successful . Now should the printer
status be changed to 'idle' or does 'stopped' override 'idle'.
PZ> The 'purge-jobs' does not affect the state of the printer.  The
PZ> state of the printer should remain as it was. 

Sandeep Kamath	
Software Engineer - Design & Development

Ph:  8410222
ext: 416.


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