These operations appear to be simple operations, compared to the ones that
we have specified in the current Model specification, so that in my
opinion, they are suitable for registration.
That is that advantage of having an extensible standard.
These operations all seem to be very similar to DPA operations (some
from DPA Part 1 and some from DPA Part 3), so that a number of companies
already have extensive experience with implementing them.
At 12:37 6/29/98 PDT, Carl-Uno Manros wrote:
>I do not think it was Paul's intention to try to get these into the current
>IPP V1.0 documents, but rather to be considered as candidates for
>later inclusion using the extension mechanisms defined in the IPP V1.0
>At 12:01 PM 6/29/98 PDT, Roger K Debry wrote:
>>The list of new operations proposed by MS looks good, but shoudd be
>>as part of the next version, NOT v1.0!
>>Roger K deBry
>>Senior Technical Staff Member
>>Architecture and Technology
>>IBM Printing Systems
>>email@example.com on 06/29/98 12:47:54 PM
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>>Subject: Re: IPP> MS-new-operations.htm uploaded
>>At 10:49 AM 6/29/98 PDT, Paul Moore wrote:
>>>Describes 7 new operations that MS may be using for IPP1.0
>>>We should discuss whther we want to make any of these standard extensions
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