IPP Mail Archive: RE: IPP> TES IPP Bake-Off 2 prioritized test list

IPP Mail Archive: RE: IPP> TES IPP Bake-Off 2 prioritized test list

RE: IPP> TES IPP Bake-Off 2 prioritized test list

Manros, Carl-Uno B (cmanros@cp10.es.xerox.com)
Tue, 12 Jan 1999 14:16:35 -0800

Paul,

We are still working on getting the IPP URL Scheme into IPP/1.1, aka IPP/NV,
which is IPP/1.0 on the standards track. From an IETF perspective, we have
not
yet delivered on our original charter.

Carl-Uno

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Paul Moore [mailto:paulmo@microsoft.com]
> Sent: Tuesday, January 12, 1999 1:27 PM
> To: 'Zehler, Peter'; IPP Discussion List (E-mail)
> Subject: RE: IPP> TES IPP Bake-Off 2 prioritized test list
>
>
> What ipp: scheme. I thought we postponed that to the next version.
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Zehler, Peter [mailto:Peter.Zehler@usa.xerox.com]
> Sent: Tuesday, January 12, 1999 12:47 PM
> To: IPP Discussion List (E-mail)
> Subject: IPP> TES IPP Bake-Off 2 prioritized test list
>
>
> All,
> The priority of the test at the next IPP bake-Off have been set. Any
> comments/objections/general complaints should be sent to the IPP DL.
>
> I will be holding an IPP Bake-off2 teleconference Friday
> morning. (details
> to follow) The objective of the teleconference is to discuss the
> prioritized test list. We need to flesh out the content of the tests
> further. The IPP Bake-Off Test plan will also be discussed.
> Specifically
> the sections referenced in the prioritized list.
>
> The comments from the teleconference will be incorporated and
> be presented
> at the Maui IPP meeting. Based on the input from the
> teleconference I will
> try and get out a preliminary schedule for the Bake-Off.
>
> The prioritized list for testing at the IPP Bake-Off 2 are stored at
> ftp://ftp.pwg.org/pub/pwg/ipp/new_TES/Bake-Off2-Priority-List.pdf
> I have also included it below.
> The Test Plan is available at
> ftp://ftp.pwg.org/pub/pwg/ipp/new_TES/IPP-Test-Plan-990112.pdf
> A redlined version is also available at
> ftp://ftp.pwg.org/pub/pwg/ipp/new_TES/IPP-Test-Plan-990112-red.pdf
> MS word versions of the documents are also available. We
> will be using the
> pdf file without redlining in the teleconference.
>
> Pete
>
> ______________________________________________________________
> ______________
> __________________
>
> IPP Bake-Off 2 Prioritized Test List
> Last updated 1/12/99 by Peter Zehler
>
> 1. Basic Connectivity/Print(All participants)
> Insure all IPP participants are up and connected. Determine
> supporters of
> Set1 operations. Record interoperability of simple print submission.
> A) Complete table 4.1
> B) Perform section 2.1.3 and complete table 4.1.3
> C) Perform section 2.3 and complete table 4.4 or equivalent matrix
> (IPP scheme can be completed during this step)
> 2. Chunking (Participants that can send or receive chunked
> encoding)
> Test the ability of IPP Printers to accept a chunked IPP
> request and IPP
> Client to accept chunked responses.
> A) Perform section 3.3 and complete table 4.15
> 3. Security (Participants that support Basic, Digest or
> SSL3 security)
> Test the ability of IPP Clients and Printers to interoperate
> while various
> security schemes are in effect. The security schemes can be
> Basic, Digest,
> SSL3, or TLS. We will test only the ability of the Client
> and Printer to
> complete an operation such as print-job or
> get-printer-attributes. We will
> not be testing the interactions of an authenticated user and his
> capabilities in the IPP model.(e.g. one user being able to
> cancel another
> user's job)
> A) Perform any of the subsections of section 3.1 that apply and record
> results in a table similar to the one in section 4.13
> 4. NLO (all implementations)
> Test natural language override conformance(NOTE: Update to test plan
> required to specify the objective of the NLO test. I assume
> that it will be
> along the lines of the NLO Test Script that Xerox developed
> and circulated
> last year)
> A) ???
> 5. IPP Scheme - (implementations that support the "ipp://" scheme)
> Test interoperability of Clients and Printers that support
> the IPP scheme.
> (Note: this test may also be performed with a proxy between
> the Client and
> Printer)
> A) Perform section 2.3 and complete table 4.4 or equivalent matrix
>
> 6. Create Job/Send Document (implementations that support the
> operations)
> Test the interoperability of the create-job/send-document
> operations in
> various implementations.
> A) Perform section 3.8 and record results in section X. (See
> note on timeout
> and multiple-document jobs)
> 7. Print by Reference (implementations that support the operations)
> Test the interoperability of the create-job/send-uri and print-uri
> operations in various implementations.
> A) Perform section 3.8 and record results in section X. (See
> note on timeout
> and multiple-document jobs)
> 8. Charset - (All implementations)
> Test charsets other than UTF-8.
> A) Perform section 3.6
> 9. Hold/Release (implementations that support these operations)
> Test the hold-job, release-job, pause-printer and resume-printer more
> rigorously than during the first Bake-Off.
> A) Need to flesh out details
> 10. HTTP Version - (implementations that support HTTP 1.0 and 1.1)
> Test the interoperability of IPP requests/responses over HTTP 1.0.
> A) Perform section 3.4 and record in section 4.16
> 11. Spool/NoSpool - Modify test plan and scripts to accommodate
> non-spooling printers
> 12. Doc Format Colored Attributes (printers that support)
> Test the printer's capability to return attribute values based on the
> document format specified in the IPP request.
> (Does anyone do this)
> 13. Language (All implementations)
> Test multiple languages. (What do we want to do here)
> A) Perform section 3.7
>
>
> Peter Zehler
> XEROX
> Networked Products Business Unit
> Email: Peter.Zehler@usa.xerox.com
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