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CAN/CSA-ISO/IEC 10175-3-02 (R2011)

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Information Technology - Text and Office Systems - Document Printing Application (DPA) - Part 3: Management Abstract Service Definitions and Procedures (Adopted ISO/IEC 10175-3:2000, first edition, 2000-12-15)

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English

Published date

01-01-2002

Section 1 - General
1 Scope
2 Normative references
3 Definitions
4 Abbreviations
5 Conventions
Section 2 - DP management abstract service definition
6 DP abstract model
7 Abstract association information
8 Abstract operations
  8.1 Common datatypes and values used in DP management
      abstract operations
      8.1.1 Imported datatypes
      8.1.2 Datatypes common for most DPA abstract
             operations
  8.2 DP-User Port Abstract Operation Definitions
  8.3 DP-Administration Port Abstract-Operation
      Definitions
      8.3.1 Clean
      8.3.2 Control
      8.3.3 Create
      8.3.4 Delete
      8.3.5 Disable
      8.3.6 Enable
      8.3.7 Pause
      8.3.8 Resubmit-job
      8.3.9 Resume
      8.3.10 Set
      8.3.11 Shutdown
  8.4 Abstract-Errors
  8.5 Abstract-Events
Annex A (normative) Formal definition of the DPA management
                    abstract service
Annex B (normative) Conformance requirements
B.1 Conformance level
B.2 Conformance level 3M

Scope The Document Printing Application is one component of a coordinated set of facilities and standards needed to satisfy the printing requirements of the modern distributed office. Together, the capabilities provided can enable users to create and produce high-quality office documents in a consistent and unambiguous manner within a distributed open systems environment. The Document Printing Application Standard (ISO/IEC 10175) consists of three parts: Part 1: Abstract service definitions and procedures Part 2: Protocol specification Part 3: Management abstract service definition and procedures This part of ISO/IEC 10175 extends the facilities specified in ISO/IEC 10175-1 by adding the capability for administrators and operators to manage and control printers, print servers and all other print objects; in addition, this part specifies additional capabilities for a print client to control a print job. The text and specifications contained in this part of ISO/IEC 10175 are derived from IEEE 1387.4 (POSIX) - System Administration Part 4 - Printing Interfaces. In particular, this part of ISO/IEC 10175: specifies additional administrative functions and services that may be provided by Document Printing Application servers; specifies the Document Printing Application abstract service for the additional administrative functions using the principles established by the Abstract Service Definition Conventions (ISO/IEC 10021-3); specifies the requirements for conformance with the Document Printing Application for these additional administrative functions. See clause 1 of ISO/IEC 10175-1 for a more extensive description of the Document Printing Application.

DocumentType
Standard
ISBN
1-55324-927-5
Pages
57
ProductNote
Reconfirmed EN
PublisherName
Canadian Standards Association
Status
Current
Supersedes

Scope The Document Printing Application is one component of a coordinated set of facilities and standards needed to satisfy the printing requirements of the modern distributed office. Together, the capabilities provided can enable users to create and produce high-quality office documents in a consistent and unambiguous manner within a distributed open systems environment. The Document Printing Application Standard (ISO/IEC 10175) consists of three parts: Part 1: Abstract service definitions and procedures Part 2: Protocol specification Part 3: Management abstract service definition and procedures This part of ISO/IEC 10175 extends the facilities specified in ISO/IEC 10175-1 by adding the capability for administrators and operators to manage and control printers, print servers and all other print objects; in addition, this part specifies additional capabilities for a print client to control a print job. The text and specifications contained in this part of ISO/IEC 10175 are derived from IEEE 1387.4 (POSIX) - System Administration Part 4 - Printing Interfaces. In particular, this part of ISO/IEC 10175: specifies additional administrative functions and services that may be provided by Document Printing Application servers; specifies the Document Printing Application abstract service for the additional administrative functions using the principles established by the Abstract Service Definition Conventions (ISO/IEC 10021-3); specifies the requirements for conformance with the Document Printing Application for these additional administrative functions. See clause 1 of ISO/IEC 10175-1 for a more extensive description of the Document Printing Application.

Standards Relationship
ISO/IEC 10175-3:2000 Identical

ISO/IEC 7498-1:1994 Information technology Open Systems Interconnection Basic Reference Model: The Basic Model
ISO/IEC 8824:1990 Information technology — Open Systems Interconnection — Specification of Abstract Syntax Notation One (ASN.1)
ISO 7498-2:1989 Information processing systems Open Systems Interconnection Basic Reference Model Part 2: Security Architecture
ISO/IEC 8825:1990 Information technology — Open Systems Interconnection — Specification of Basic Encoding Rules for Abstract Syntax Notation One (ASN.1)
ISO/IEC 10021-3:1990 Information technology — Text Communication — Message-Oriented Text Interchange Systems (MOTIS) — Part 3: Abstract Service Definition Conventions
ISO/IEC 10175-1:1996 Information technology Text and office systems Document Printing Application (DPA) Part 1: Abstract service definition and procedures

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