IPP Mail Archive: RE: IPP> ipp: / http: in the UI

IPP Mail Archive: RE: IPP> ipp: / http: in the UI

RE: IPP> ipp: / http: in the UI

Bennett, Joel H (Joel.Bennett@usa.xerox.com)
Wed, 15 Jul 1998 11:34:32 PDT

I'm just beginning to get a handle on this, but do most of you envision =
this
"ipp://printer" or "http://printer:633" or "printo:printer" being =
handled by
the users web client (ie netscape)? I had assumed that most companies =
would
want to develope their own clients, and that in the future users would =
be
able to choose any company's client they preffered, or even a
free/share-ware solution.

IF you ARE talking about the necesity of developing specialized =
internet
print clients (as opposed to a java client that loads from a web page =
or
some-such), then it seems to me that you would want to settle on a =
scheme
such as "printto:" or "printer:" which would in fact call up a seperate
client.

How are most of you planning on this being implemented? (do you really =
want
to trust your printer's interface to the MS/Netscape war?)

Original Message:=20
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From: Paul Moore [mailto:paulmo@microsoft.com]

You misunderstand my suggestion. I mean that printto: is like
mailto: - it
loads a client and passes in the destination address. It has nothing
to do
with the protocol that gets used to send the print.=20

As always, in HIS hands,
=A0=A0=A0=A0=A0=A0=A0=A0=A0=A0=A0=A0=A0=A0=A0=A0=A0=A0 Joel H. Bennett
<mailto:Joel.Bennett@usa.xerox.com>=20

<http://jbennett.home.ml.org/> =20
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QOTD:=20
Dictatorship (n): a form of government under which everything which is
not prohibited is compulsory.=20
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