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1 3/4/98 PWG Presentation - Directory Mapping Issues1 Directory Mapping Issues Scott Isaacson

2 3/4/98 PWG Presentation - Directory Mapping Issues2 Agenda zLook at IPP Generic Directory Schema zLook at SLP zLook at LDAP

3 3/4/98 PWG Presentation - Directory Mapping Issues3 URIs zIPP yprinter-uri-supported (1setOf uri) xMANDATORY yuri-security-supported (1setOf type2 keyword) xMANDATORY zSLP ySingle URL ippurl = url as defined in IPP Model doc zLDAP yCan NOT have two attributes with parallel order, values yCommon solution: One Attribute: Val_1_1#Val_2_1, Val_1_2#Val_2_2, etc.

4 3/4/98 PWG Presentation - Directory Mapping Issues4 Printer Name zIPP yprinter-name (name(127)) xOPTIONAL (Why OPTIONAL??) zSLP yname = STRING x# This attribute contains the name of the printer. It is a name that is more user friendly than the printer-URI. An administrator determines a printer's name and sets this attribute to that name. This name may be the last part of the printer's URI or it may be unrelated. In non-US-English locales, a name may contain characters that are not allowed in a URI. zLDAP yOK

5 3/4/98 PWG Presentation - Directory Mapping Issues5 Printer Location zIPP yprinter-location (text (127)) xOPTIONAL zSLP ylocation-description = STRING O x#A free form description of this printer's physical location For example: "2nd floor, near the fire escape ylocation-address = STRING O x# Physical/Postal address for this device. Useful for nailing down a group of printers in a very large corporate network. For example: 960 Main Street, San Jose, CA zLDAP yOK

6 3/4/98 PWG Presentation - Directory Mapping Issues6 Printer Description zIPP yprinter-info (text (127)) xOPTIONAL zSLP ydescription = STRING x# A free form string that can contain any site-specific descriptive information about this printer. zLDAP yOK

7 3/4/98 PWG Presentation - Directory Mapping Issues7 Printer More Info zIPP yprinter-more-info (uri) xOPTIONAL zSLP yprinter-info = STRING L O x# A URI used to obtain more information about this specific printer. For example, this could be an HTTP type URI referencing an HTML page accessible to a Web Browser. The information obtained from this URI is intended for end user consumption. Features outside the scope of IPP can be accessed from this URI. zLDAP yOK

8 3/4/98 PWG Presentation - Directory Mapping Issues8 Make and Model zIPP yprinter-make-and-model (text (127)) xOPTIONAL zSLP ymake-model = STRING L O x# A simple text string defined by the manufacturer The syntax shall be: vendor-name "/" model-name where the vendor-name is the same as that registered with IANA for use in domain names. For example: "vendor-x/super-duper-printer". zLDAP yOK

9 3/4/98 PWG Presentation - Directory Mapping Issues9 Document Formats Supported zIPP ydocument-format-supported (1setOf mimeMediaType) xOPTIONAL zSLP ydocument-format = STRING O M x# The format of the data to be printed. The standard values for this attribute are Internet Media types which are sometimes called MIME types. zLDAP yOK

10 3/4/98 PWG Presentation - Directory Mapping Issues10 Color zIPP ycolor-supported (boolean) xOPTIONAL zSLP ycolor-supported = BOOLEAN O (false) x# Indicates whether color is supported zLDAP yOK

11 3/4/98 PWG Presentation - Directory Mapping Issues11 Number-up supported zIPP ynumber-up-supported (1setOf integer(0:MAX) | rangeOfInteger(0:MAX)) xOPTIONAL zSLP ynumber-up = INTEGER O (1) zLDAP yOK

12 3/4/98 PWG Presentation - Directory Mapping Issues12 Media supported zIPP ymedia-supported (1setOf type4 keyword | name) xOPTIONAL zSLP ymedia-type = STRING O M (stationary) x# Media types available to be printed upon. stationery, transparency, envelope, envelope-plain, envelope-window, continuous-long, continuous-short, tab-stock, multi-part-form, labels, multi-layer, unknown zLDAP yOK

13 3/4/98 PWG Presentation - Directory Mapping Issues13 Media supported issues zIPP ymedia-ready xtoo dynamic for registry zIPP media ysize, color, named

14 3/4/98 PWG Presentation - Directory Mapping Issues14 Sides supported zIPP ysides-supported (1setOf type2 keyword) xOPTIONAL zSLP yduplex-mode = STRING M O (simplex) x# The duplex capabilities a printer can handle. simplex, duplex, tumble zLDAP yOK

15 3/4/98 PWG Presentation - Directory Mapping Issues15 Resolution zIPP yprinter-resolution-supported (1setOf resolution) xOPTIONAL zSLP yresolution = STRING L M O (unknown) x# The pixel density of the printer in dots per inch. other, res-100, res-200, res-240, res-300, res-600, res-800, res-1200, res-1800, res-100x200, res-300x600, res-600x300, res-400x800, res- 800x400, res-600x1200, res-1200x600, res-1800x600, unknown zLDAP yOK

16 3/4/98 PWG Presentation - Directory Mapping Issues16 Print Quality zIPP yprint-quality-supported (1setOf type2 enum) xOPTIONAL zSLP yprint-quality = STRING O (normal) x# Subjective evaluation of the overall printing quality. draft, normal, high zLDAP yOK

17 3/4/98 PWG Presentation - Directory Mapping Issues17 More SLP Stuff zmedia-color = STRING M O (white) y# The color of the print media other, unknown, white, pink, yellow, buff, goldenrod, blue, green, transparent yNote: MIB, covered by IPP media zcolor-type = STRING L M O (none) y# Whether the printer supports color none, highlight, three color, four color, mono yNote: Unknown source, beyond IPP

18 3/4/98 PWG Presentation - Directory Mapping Issues18 More SLP (cont.) zmarker-color = STRING L M O (black) y# The name of the color of this colorant(ink). other, unknown, white, red, green, blue, cyan, magenta, yellow, black yNote: Unknown Source; beyond IPP zprotocols = STRING L M y# The names of the concrete protocol types supported the printer abstract service type. Example values include http and lpr yNote: Is this needed, ???

19 3/4/98 PWG Presentation - Directory Mapping Issues19 More SLP (cont.) z operator = STRING L M O y# A person, or persons responsible for maintaining a printer on a day-to-day basis. yNote: MIB, beyond IPP. zpriority-queue = BOOLEAN O (false) yThe printer or print queue is a priority queuing device. yNote: Salutation, covered by priority

20 3/4/98 PWG Presentation - Directory Mapping Issues20 More SLP (cont.) z fonts-supported = STRING L M O y# A list of fonts that are supported by the printer. yNote: source IPP?, Beyond IPP zmedia-size = STRING L M O (na-letter) y# Size values follow the ISO standards. iso-a0, iso-a1, iso- a2, ….. yNote: source IPP?, covered by media

21 3/4/98 PWG Presentation - Directory Mapping Issues21 More SLP (cont.) z max-speed = INTEGER O y# The maximum speed of the printer expressed in Speed units. yNote: MIB, beyond IPP zspeed-units = STRING O (sheetsPerHour) y# Unit of speed for the Max speed value. tenThousandthsOfInchesPerHour, micrometersPerHour, … yNote: MIB, beyond IPP

22 3/4/98 PWG Presentation - Directory Mapping Issues22 More SLP (cont.) zpaper-output = STRING M L O (standard) y# The mode in which pages output are arranged. standard, noncollated sort, collated sort, stack, unknown yNote: source IPP??, covered by finishing?? zmedia-direction = STRING O (portrait) y# The orientation of the media as it is fed to the printer. portrait, landscape, unknown yNote: source IPP??, covered by orientation??

23 3/4/98 PWG Presentation - Directory Mapping Issues23 More SLP (cont.) zcopy-count = INTEGER O (-1) y# The maximum number of copies of a document that will be printed as a single job. A value of -1 indicates there is no limit. yNote: Source IPP?? zmax-job-size = INTEGER O (-1) y# The maximum size, in Kilobytes, of a print job that the print queue will accept." A value of -1 indicates there is no limit. yNote: Source IPP??

24 3/4/98 PWG Presentation - Directory Mapping Issues24 More SLP (cont.) z stacking-order = STRING O (unknown) y# The current state of the stacking order for the associated output sub-unit. 'firstToLast' means that as pages are output, the front of the next page is placed against the back of the previous page. 'lastToFirst' means that as pages are output, the back of the next page is placed against the front of the previous page. unknown, First to Last, Last to First yNote: MIB, beyond IPP zdelivery-orientation = STRING O (unknown) y# Orientation of pages as the are printed and ejected from the printer. unknown, face up, face down yNote: MIB, beyond IPP

25 3/4/98 PWG Presentation - Directory Mapping Issues25 More SLP (cont.) zservice-person = STRING O M y# A list of service contact names for this printer. yNote: MIB, beyond IPP zmedia-length = INTEGER O (-1) y# Indicates the length (in the direction of the printer feed) of the media. The value -2 indicates that the length is unknown -1 means there is no limit. yNote: MIB, beyond IPP

26 3/4/98 PWG Presentation - Directory Mapping Issues26 More SLP (cont.) zmedia-capacity = INTEGER O y# The total amount of media that may be contained in a media tray. Used with the media size, the maximum size of a print job may be calculated. This assumes the media tray is full. yNote: MIB, beyond IPP zmedia-capacity-units = STRING O (-1) y# The unit of media capacity. -1 indicates that the units are unknown. -1,.0001 inches, micrometers, sheets, feet, meters … yNote: MIB, beyond IPP


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