"Hastings, Tom N" wrote:
> (i.e., Bob Smith was given the login name of rsmith or worse:
> Smith27), the client could supply the last name, followed by the
> first name (i.e., "Smith, Bob A.") in the "job-recipient-name"
> attribute. Also the client could let the user set a local default
> that it always uses, unless the user wants to really submit to some
> other user (or wants to print over the internet to someone else).
I don't think we want a "recipient name" attribute to specify the
originating user's real name. That's just plain confusing to me.
Better to add "job-originating-user-real-name" and
"job-real-user-name" attributes to specify the same thing, if that's
what you want (I suspect the printing system would be capable of
converting the job-user-name to a full name...)
-- ______________________________________________________________________ Michael Sweet, Easy Software Products firstname.lastname@example.org Printing Software for UNIX http://www.easysw.com
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