IPP Mail Archive: Re: IPP> ftp and http ???? (help anyone)

IPP Mail Archive: Re: IPP> ftp and http ???? (help anyone)

Re: IPP> ftp and http ???? (help anyone)

From: pmoore@netreon.com
Date: Fri Jan 19 2001 - 11:40:44 EST

  • Next message: Haider Abbas Kazmi: "Re: IPP> ftp and http ???? (help anyone)"

    IPP, FTP and HTTP printing are separate topics..

    IPP describes IPP printing.

    Many printers support printnig via FTP (but as far as I know there is no defined
    standard).
    HTTP printing is not common.

    A printer is free to accept whatever data it likes. The spec does not specify
    the support for any data types. You can however query the printer to see if it
    does support PS.

    Haider Abbas Kazmi <haider.kazmi@sitraka.com> on 01/19/2001 06:27:51 AM

    To: ipp@pwg.org
    cc: (bcc: Paul Moore/AUCO/US)

    Subject: IPP> ftp and http ???? (help anyone)

    Are ftp and http part of IPP 1.1 specs. Will all ftp printer/server
    support ftp of print jobs. What I mean is that if there is an IPP 1.1
    compatible printer, will I be able to ftp to it so that the transmitted
    data is printed.

    Also do IPP compliant printer/server always accept PostScript(PS) binary
    data.

    Regards.

    --
    Haider Abbas Kazmi - Java Mobile App. Developer
    




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