I'm all for enums, however, enum attributes are still SIGNED-INTEGER, 4
"Hugo Parra" <HPARRA at novell.com> on 10/16/2000 09:08:19 PM
To: Carl Kugler/Boulder/IBM at IBMUS
Subject: Re: IPP> NOT> "notify-status-code" is undefined
Their value range would suggest that "notify-status-code"s are in the same
space as the other regular IPP "status-codes". For that reason I'd suggest
that they be encoded the same way as "status-codes" i.e., with two bytes.
I'm currently using ENUM to encode them. What do others think?
>>> "Carl Kugler/Boulder/IBM" <kugler at us.ibm.com> 10/10/00 03:56PM >>>
ipp-not-spec-000830 fails to specify the attribute syntax for
"notify-status-code" (returned in the Subscription Attributes Groups of
It's not really obvious how to encode it, either. The operation attribute
group's "status-code" is a SIGNED-SHORT in a special location. There is no
attribute tag for a SIGNED-SHORT. "Integer" and "enum" are SIGNED-INTEGER.
I'm guessing it should be (integer(0x00000001:0x00000415))?