What Japanese characters are you putting in the "printer-make-and-model"?
UTF-8 Japanese characters or some other character set?
Do UTF-8 characters cause a problem if they are included in the 20-character
key that the client uses to index into the .inf file?
From: Yuji Sasaki [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Tuesday, October 24, 2000 11:32
Subject: IPP> Printer Driver Installation of Win2000
I'm trying to make my product to be interoperable with Win2000
IPP client. In the "Printer Wizard" of Win2000, it seems choose a
perticuler printer driver from "printer-make-and-model" attribute
as an .inf file entry name.
This works perfect for American printers, however, some of Japanese
IPP printer does have Japanase product name in "printer-make-and-model"
attribute(since it is NOT a keyword but a Text with or without natural
language), so that the Wizard fails to choose driver.
Does "printer-make-and-model" is the only attribute for Win2000 to
determine a printer driver?
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