IPP>EXC update for Document and Page Exceptions

IPP>EXC update for Document and Page Exceptions

IPP>EXC update for Document and Page Exceptions

Jay Martin jkm at underscore.com
Mon Feb 7 22:57:21 EST 2000


Oh, well I guess I must have misinterpreted this line:

> 1)  Problem: Add a way to have exceptions for a document copy that are
> different from other copies of the same document;

I read that as exceptions of one copy of a document in which all other
copies are the same.  (Isn't that what "copy" means?  Oh well.)

I would have thought there was some sort of official term for a
scenario that implies "Here's a file.  Print it once using these attributes,
then print it another way, then print it another way..."

Thanks for the clarification.

	...jay


don at lexmark.com wrote:
> 
> Jay:
> 
> It is a relatively common scenario from our customers who would like to submit a
> single print job and get:
> 
> 1) Single-sided hard copy as a master
> 2) Multi-up copy for reference and the file
> -- and --
> 3) A set of transparencies
> 
> Not all that rare.
> 
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> jkm%underscore.com at interlock.lexmark.com on 02/07/2000 08:33:54 PM
> 
> To:   Robert.Herriot%pahv.xerox.com at interlock.lexmark.com
> cc:   ipp%pwg.org at interlock.lexmark.com (bcc: Don Wright/Lex/Lexmark)
> Subject:  Re: IPP>EXC  update for Document and Page Exceptions
> 
> "Herriot, Robert" wrote:
> >
> > 1)  Problem: Add a way to have exceptions for a document copy that are
> > different from other copies of the same document;
> 
> Wow, does anyone have any real-world examples if this kind of problem?
> I mean, this looks to be something like 27 sigma away from the norm.
> 
> Perhaps I don't understand the problem at hand?
> 
>      ...jay



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