Yeah, I keep forgetting the final resolution on this stupid thing.
Have you RTFA to see how this was resolved?
(RTFA :== Research the Frickin' Archives)
Or is this issue a slightly different version of the old issue?
In any case, this definitely needs to be resolved, one way or the
other. Right now I am agreeable to just about any suggestion to
resolve this issue...as long as it doesn't involve localization
or internationalization! ;-)
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From: Harry Lewis <email@example.com>
Subject: PMP> Active vs. Busy
Date: Thu, 17 Jul 1997 19:30:40 -0400
I thought we had tried to remove this distinction... but I see it is
still part of the PrtSubUnitStatueTC. So a sub-unit can be Available
and Busy or Available and Active. Does anyone know what the distinction is?
In general, if I'm building a printer with 3 input trays and the printer
is printing... picking from tray 1... what should be the status or each
Tray 1 - Available and Active
Tray 2 - Available and Idle
Tray 3 - Available and Idle
Is this the perceived design goal? What if a printer is less capable of
detecting this granularity and, when any printing is going on all 3 trays
reflect Available and Active or Available and Busy? Is this considered to
be a correct implementation?
Harry Lewis - IBM Printing Systems
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