As long as we have consistent naming for items 1 and 2 I see no IPP server
problem. I assume that the attribute URLs will contain "ipp" as the method.
This put the responsibility on the client to translate.
For item 3 IPP would not perform any translation. These URLs refer to
objects external to the IPP model and must be left as specified.
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From: James Walker [SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Friday, June 05, 1998 5:06 PM
To: Roger K Debry
Subject: Re: IPP> Implications of a new scheme, etc
Is it true that there is "no impact" on the Servers for the
IPP:X (HTTP on the Wire) scenario? I know that there are URI's
that a server has to return to the client, so I am just wondering
if there is going to be any server problems (because the URI's
will have to be presented as IPP:, right?).
Jim Walker <email@example.com>
System Architect/DAZEL Wizard
DAZEL Corporation, Austin, TX