[IPP] RFC: Proposed errata for PWG 5100.3 (Production Printing)

[IPP] RFC: Proposed errata for PWG 5100.3 (Production Printing)

[IPP] RFC: Proposed errata for PWG 5100.3 (Production Printing)

Paul Tykodi ptykodi at tykodi.com
Tue May 21 16:25:22 UTC 2013


Hi Mike,

 

For this particular specification, I think we should consult information
from the UP³I and potentially PODi organizations as well.

 

Best Regards,

 

/Paul

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From: ipp-bounces at pwg.org [mailto:ipp-bounces at pwg.org] On Behalf Of Michael
Sweet
Sent: Tuesday, May 21, 2013 10:45 AM
To: ipp at pwg.org
Subject: [IPP] RFC: Proposed errata for PWG 5100.3 (Production Printing)

 

All,

 

As discussed in last week's session, there is no easy migration from the
finishings attribute (1setOf type2 enum) to the finishings-col attribute
(1setOf collection).

 

The primary issue is that the finishing-template member attribute is defined
as a name value and does not support well-known keyword values.  I propose
that we amend the definition of the finishing-template member attribute and
finishing-template-supported Printer attribute to include type2 keywords,
e.g.:

 

    "finishings-col (1setOf collection)"

        "finishing-template (name(MAX) | type2 keyword)"  <--- NEW

        "stitching (collection)"

            "stitching-locations (1setOf integer(0:MAX))"

            "stitching-offset (integer(0:MAX))"

            "stitching-reference-edge (type2 keyword)"

 

    "finishing-template-supported (1setOf (name(MAX) | type2 keyword))"
<--- NEW

    "finishings-col-supported (1setOf type2 keyword)"

    "stitching-locations-supported (1setOf (integer(0:MAX) |
rangeOfInteger(0:MAX)))"

    "stitching-offset-supported (1setOf (integer(0:MAX) |
rangeOfInteger(0:MAX)))"

    "stitching-reference-edge-supported (1setOf type2 keyword)"

 

The keyword values would correspond to the finishings enum names (staple,
punch, bale, etc.).

 

Longer term we should also probably extend the finishings-col Job Template
attribute to include fold, punch, and trim member attributes, which would
make use of the same kinds of values as as the current "stitching" member
attribute (which IIRC handles bind, edge stitch, and staple, although that
too could be made explicit), for example:

 

    "finishings-col (1setOf collection)"

        "fold (1setOf collection)" (list of folds)

            "fold-direction (type2 keyword)" (in/out or up/down)

            "fold-location (integer(0:MAX))"

            "fold-reference-edge (type2 keyword)"

        "punch (collection)"

            "punch-locations (1setOf integer(0:MAX))"

            "punch-offset (integer(0:MAX))"

            "punch-reference-edge (type2 keyword)"

        "trim (1setOf collection)" (list of cuts)

            "trim-location (1setOf integer(0:MAX))"

            "trim-reference-edge (type2 keyword)"

 

    "fold-direction-supported (1setOf type2 keyword)"

    "fold-location-supported (1setOf (integer(0:MAX) |
rangeOfInteger(0:MAX)))"

    "fold-reference-edge-supported (1setOf type2 keyword)"

 

    "punch-locations-supported (1setOf (integer(0:MAX) |
rangeOfInteger(0:MAX)))"

    "punch-offset-supported (1setOf (integer(0:MAX) |
rangeOfInteger(0:MAX)))"

    "punch-reference-edge-supported (1setOf type2 keyword)"

 

    "trim-location-supported (1setOf (integer(0:MAX) |
rangeOfInteger(0:MAX)))"

    "trim-reference-edge-supported (1setOf type2 keyword)"

 

That said, I think extending finishings-col needs to happen in a separate
(small) spec, and we should look to other specs (e.g. JDF and MSPS) to make
sure we aren't defining something completely out in left field.

 

Thoughts?

 

_________________________________________________________
Michael Sweet, Senior Printing System Engineer, PWG Chair

 


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