I'm wondering why templates for SLPv1 is considered. The only v1
implementation and deployment of recognizable size that I know of
is in Novell's NetWare 5. Is Novell interested in v1 printer
At Axis, we are implementing v2 precisely because we want to use
the printer services you're defining. I don't think v1 templates
are important unless someone is explicitly requesting it. I know
that Erik and others working with the v2 protocol specifications
would like to see people moving to v2.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Ira McDonald [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: den 14 januari 1999 02:38
> To: James.Kempf@Eng.Sun.COM; email@example.com;
> Subject: Re: IPP> SLP 'printer:' template comments [language]
> Hi James,
> I agree that SLPv2 is RFC 2277 / RFC 1766 compliant. But as I
> in my note (I think) we're working on the SLPv2 'printer:'
> as the MASTER, from which we will then derive concrete protocol
> templates for SLPv1 usage (quite important to several vendors).
> So the template has the imbedded 'natural-language-configured'
> attribute in order to be fully RFC 2277 compliant EVEN in SLPv1
> - Ira McDonald (outside consultant at Xerox)
> High North Inc
> 716-461-5667 (w/ voice mail)