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This draft is a work item of the Internet Printing Protocol Working Group of the IETF.
Title : Internet Printing Protocol (IPP): LDAP Schema for
Author(s) : P. Fleming, K. Jones, H. Lewis, I. McDonald
Filename : draft-ietf-ipp-ldap-printer-schema-01.txt
Pages : 25
Date : 28-Apr-00
This document defines a common printer schema for use with LDAP
directories (a directory service supporting the Lightweight Directory
Access Protocol (LDAP)). Using this common printer schema enables
client applications to use LDAP to search for printers using
application or user specified search criteria. Searches are defined
based on the entry's type and attributes independent of the LDAP
directory being used.
This document describes the LDAP schema, object classes and
attributes, for SLP printer templates. This document uses the
printer attributes defined in Appendix E. of [IPPMOD], the
'printer:' service template defined in [SLPPRT], and the mapping
between SLP service advertisements and LDAP descriptions of services
defined in [SLPLDAP] to define an LDAP printer schema.
The goal of this document is to define a consistent schema to be used
by printers and print servers. The LDAP printer schema described in
this document MAY be used in part or whole.
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