PMP Mail Archive: PMP> FIN> Add 'percent(19)' to 'PrtCapa

PMP Mail Archive: PMP> FIN> Add 'percent(19)' to 'PrtCapa

PMP> FIN> Add 'percent(19)' to 'PrtCapacityUnitTC' and 'PrtMarkerSuppliesUn itTC'

From: Dennis Carney (
Date: Fri Nov 17 2000 - 14:57:24 EST

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    What are you going to return for prtInputMaxCapacity when
    prtInputCapacityUnit is 'percent'? 100? The same capacity unit is used for
    both max capacity and current level, and 'percent' fits one but not the

    Dennis Carney
    IBM Printing Systems
    ---------------------- Forwarded by Dennis Carney/Boulder/IBM on 11/17/2000
    12:56 PM ---------------------------

    "McDonald, Ira" <> on 11/17/2000 12:25:50 PM

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    Subject: FIN> Add 'percent(19)' to 'PrtCapacityUnitTC' and
          'PrtMarkerSuppliesUn itTC'


    Implementors here at Sharp have found a serious problem with
    'prtInputCurrentLevel', 'prtOutputRemainingCapacity' and

    Their related units objects need 'percent(19)' added to
    allow reporting of RELATIVE levels (often the only
    information known from sensors).

    - 'PrtCapacityUnitTC' should have 'items(18)' (per Ron B
      and Harry L) and 'percent(19)' added
    - 'PrtMarkerSuppliesSupplyUnitTC' should have 'percent(19)'

    BOTH of these textual conventions should also have 'other(1)'
    and 'unknown(2)' added - this would provide short-term
    relief to the NEXT product team that finds a missing unit
    AFTER the Printer MIB v2 is published as an RFC.

    - Ira McDonald, consulting architect at Sharp
      High North Inc

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