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                          Job Monitoring MIB, V0.82     June 9, 1997


INTERNET-DRAFT                                               Ron Bergman
                                                      Dataproducts Corp.
                                                            Tom Hastings
                                                       Xerox Corporation
                                                          Scott Isaacson
                                                            Novell, Inc.
                                                             Harry Lewis
                                                               IBM Corp.
                                                              April 1997


                       Job Monitoring MIB - V0.82

                <draft-ietf-printmib-job-monitor-01.txt>

                          Expires Dec 10, 1997


Status of this Memo

     This document is an Internet-Draft.  Internet-Drafts are working
     documents of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), its areas,
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                                Abstract

     This Internet-Draft specifies a set of 17 SNMP MIB objects for (1)
     monitoring the status and progress of print jobs (2) obtaining
     resource requirements before a job is processed, (3) monitoring
     resource consumption while a job is being processed and (4)
     collecting resource accounting data after the completion of a job.
     This MIB is intended to be implemented (1) in a printer or (2) in a
     server that supports one or more printers.  Use of the object set
     is not limited to printing.  However, support for services other
     than printing is outside the scope of this Job Monitoring MIB.



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     Future extensions to this MIB may include, but are not limited to,
     fax machines and scanners.

















































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                           TABLE OF CONTENTS


1. INTRODUCTION........................................................9

 1.1 Types of Information in the MIB ..................................9

 1.2 Types of Job Monitoring Applications ............................11


2. TERMINOLOGY AND JOB MODEL..........................................12


3. SYSTEM CONFIGURATIONS FOR THE JOB MONITORING MIB...................14

 3.1 Configuration 1 - client-printer ................................15

 3.2 Configuration 2 - client-server-printer - agent in the server ...16

 3.3 Configuration 3 - client-server-printer - client monitors printer
 agent and server ....................................................17


4. CONFORMANCE CONSIDERATIONS.........................................18

 4.1 Conformance Terminology .........................................19

 4.2 Agent Conformance Requirements ..................................19
   4.2.1 MIB II System Group objects .................................19
   4.2.2 MIB II Interface Group objects ..............................20
   4.2.3 Printer MIB objects .........................................20

 4.3 Job Monitoring Application Conformance Requirements .............20


5. JOB IDENTIFICATION.................................................20


6. INTERNATIONALIZATION CONSIDERATIONS................................21


7. IANA CONSIDERATIONS................................................22

 7.1 IANA Registration of enums ......................................22
   7.1.1 Type 1 enumerations .........................................22
   7.1.2 Type 2 enumerations .........................................22



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   7.1.3 Type 3 enumeration ..........................................23

 7.2 IANA Registration of type 2 bit values ..........................23

 7.3 IANA Registration of Job Submission Id Formats ..................23


8. SECURITY CONSIDERATIONS............................................24

 8.1 Read-Write objects ..............................................24

 8.2 Read-Only Objects In Other User's Jobs ..........................24


9. RETURNING OBJECTS WITH NO VALUE IN MANDATORY GROUPS................24


10. NOTIFICATION AND TRAPS............................................25


11. MIB SPECIFICATION.................................................25

 Textual conventions for this MIB module .............................27
   JmTimeStampTC - simple time in seconds ............................27
   JmJobSourcePlatformTypeTC - operating system platform definitions .27
   JmFinishingTC - device finishing definitions ......................28
   JmPrintQualityTC - print quality ..................................29
   JmPrinterResolutionTC - printer resolution ........................30
   JmTonerEconomyTC - toner economy setting ..........................31
   JmMediumTypeTC - medium type definitions ..........................31
   JmJobStateTC - job state definitions ..............................32
   JmAttributeTypeTC - attribute type definitions ....................35
      other ..........................................................38
      unknown ........................................................39
     Job State attributes.............................................39
      jobStateReasons2 ...............................................39
      jobStateReasons3 ...............................................39
      jobStateReasons4 ...............................................39
      deviceAlertCode ................................................40
      processingMessage ..............................................40
     Job Identification attributes....................................40
      jobOwner (MANDATORY) ...........................................40
      jobAccountName .................................................41
      serverAssignedJobName ..........................................41
      jobName ........................................................41
      jobServiceTypes ................................................42
      jobSourceChannelIndex ..........................................42
      jobSourcePlatformType ..........................................43



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      submittingServerName ...........................................43
      submittingApplicationName ......................................43
      jobOriginatingHost .............................................43
      deviceNameRequested ............................................43
      queueNameRequested .............................................44
      physicalDevice .................................................44
      numberOfDocuments ..............................................44
      fileName .......................................................44
      documentName ...................................................45
      jobComment .....................................................45
      documentFormatIndex ............................................45
      documentFormat .................................................45
     Job Parameter attributes.........................................46
      jobPriority ....................................................46
      jobProcessAfterDateAndTime .....................................46
      jobHoldUntil ...................................................47
      jobHoldUntil ...................................................47
      outputBin ......................................................47
      sides ..........................................................48
      finishing ......................................................48
     Image Quality attributes (requested and used)....................48
      printQualityRequested ..........................................48
      printQualityUsed ...............................................48
      printerResolutionRequested .....................................48
      printerResolutionUsed ..........................................48
      tonerEcomonyRequested ..........................................49
      tonerEcomonyUsed ...............................................49
      tonerDensityRequested ..........................................49
      tonerDensityUsed ...............................................49
     Job Progress attributes (requested and consumed).................49
      jobCopiesRequested .............................................49
      jobCopiesCompleted .............................................50
      documentCopiesRequested ........................................50
      documentCopiesCompleted ........................................50
      jobKOctetsTransferred ..........................................50
     Impression attributes (requested and consumed)...................51
      impressionsSpooled .............................................51
      impressionsSentToDevice ........................................51
      impressionsInterpreted .........................................51
      impressionsCompletedCurrentCopy ................................52
      fullColorImpressionsCompleted ..................................52
      highlightColorImpressionsCompleted .............................52
     Page attributes (requested and consumed).........................52
      pagesRequested .................................................53
      pagesCompleted .................................................53
      pagesCompletedCurrentCopy ......................................53
     Sheet attributes (requested and consumed)........................53
      sheetsRequested ................................................53



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      sheetsCompleted ................................................53
      sheetsCompletedCurrentCopy .....................................54
     Resource attributes (requested and consumed).....................54
      mediumRequested ................................................54
      mediumConsumedName .............................................54
      colorantRequested ..............................................54
      colorantConsumed ...............................................55
     Time attributes (set by server or device)........................55
      jobSubmissionToServerTime ......................................55
      jobSubmissionToDeviceTime ......................................55
      timeSinceJobWasSubmittedToDevice ...............................56
      jobStartedBeingHeldTimeStamp ...................................56
      jobStartedProcessingTime .......................................56
      timeSinceStartedProcessing .....................................56
      jobCompletedTime ...............................................56
      timeSinceCompleted .............................................57
      jobProcessingCPUTime ...........................................57
     JmJobServiceTypesTC - bit encoded job service type definitions...57
      JmJobStateReasons1TC - additional information about job states .59
      JmJobStateReasons2TC - More additional information about job
      states .........................................................62
      JmJobStateReasons3TC - More additional information about job
      states .........................................................66
      JmJobStateReasons4TC - More additional information about job
      states .........................................................67
     The General Group (Mandatory)....................................69
      jmGeneralNumberOfActiveJobs ....................................69
      jmGeneralOldestActiveJobIndex ..................................70
      jmGeneralNewestActiveJobIndex ..................................70
      jmGeneralJobPersistence ........................................72
      jmGeneralAttributePersistence ..................................72
      jmGeneralJobSetName ............................................72


THE JOB ID GROUP (MANDATORY)..........................................73


JMJOBSUBMISSIONID.....................................................74


JMJOBSETINDEX.........................................................75


JMJOBINDEX............................................................76


THE JOB GROUP (MANDATORY).............................................76




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JMJOBSTATE............................................................77


JMJOBSTATEREASONS1....................................................78


JMNUMBEROFINTERVENINGJOBS.............................................78


JMJOBKOCTETSREQUESTED.................................................79


JMJOBKOCTETSPROCESSED.................................................79


JMJOBIMPRESSIONSREQUESTED.............................................80


JMJOBIMPRESSIONSCOMPLETED.............................................80


THE ATTRIBUTE GROUP (MANDATORY).......................................81


JMATTRIBUTETYPEINDEX..................................................82


JMATTRIBUTEINSTANCEINDEX..............................................82


JMATTRIBUTEVALUEASINTEGER.............................................83


JMATTRIBUTEVALUEASOCTETS..............................................84


12. APPENDIX A - INSTRUMENTING THE JOB LIFE CYCLE.....................87


13. APPENDIX B - SUPPORT OF THE JOB SUBMISSION ID IN JOB SUBMISSION
PROTOCOLS.............................................................88

 13.1 Hewlett-Packard's Printer Job Language (PJL) ...................88


14. BIBLIOGRAPHY......................................................88





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15. AUTHOR'S ADDRESSES................................................89


16. INDEX.............................................................92















































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                           Job Monitoring MIB

1. Introduction

The Job Monitoring MIB consists of a 6-object General Group, a 2-object
Job Submission ID Group, a 7-object Job Group, and a 2-object Attribute
Group.  Each group is a table.  The General Group contains general
information that applies to all jobs in a job set.  The Job Submission
ID table maps the job submission ID that the client uses to identify a
job to the jmJobIndex that the Job Monitoring Agent uses to identify
jobs in the Job and Attribute tables.  The Job table contains the
mandatory integer job state and status objects.  The Attribute table
consists of multiple entries per job that specify (1) job and document
identification and parameters,  (2) requested resources, and (3)
consumed resources during and after job processing/printing.  One
MANDATORY attribute and 70 OPTIONAL attributes are defined as textual
conventions.

The Job Monitoring MIB is intended to be instrumented by an agent within
a printer or the first server closest to the printer, where the printer
is either directly connected to the server only or the printer does not
contain the job monitoring MIB agent.  It is recommended that
implementations place the SNMP agent as close as possible to the
processing of the print job.  This MIB applies to printers with and
without spooling capabilities.  This MIB is designed to be compatible
with most current commonly-used job submission protocols.  In most
environments that support high function job submission/job control
protocols, like ISO DPA[2], those protocols would be used to monitor and
manage print jobs rather than using the Job Monitoring MIB.

1.1 Types of Information in the MIB

The job MIB is intended to provide the following information for the
indicated Role Models in the Printer MIB[1] (Appendix D - Roles of
Users).

   User:

      Provide the ability to identify the least busy printer.  The user
      will be able to determine the number and size of jobs waiting for
      each printer.  No attempt is made to actually predict the length
      of time that jobs will take.

      Provide the ability to identify the current status of the user's
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      Provide a timely indication that the job has completed and where
      it can be found.

      Provide error and diagnostic information for jobs that did not
      successfully complete.

   Operator:

      Provide a presentation of the state of all the jobs in the print
      system.

      Provide the ability to identify the user that submitted the print
      job.

      Provide the ability to identify the resources required by each
      job.

      Provide the ability to define which physical printers are
      candidates for the print job.

      Provide some idea of how long each job will take.  However, exact
      estimates of time to process a job is not being attempted.
      Instead, objects are included that allow the operator to be able
      to make gross estimates.

   Capacity Planner:

      Provide the ability to determine printer utilization as a function
      of time.

      Provide the ability to determine how long jobs wait before
      starting to print.

   Accountant:

      Provide information to allow the creation of a record of resources
      consumed and printer usage data for charging users or groups for
      resources consumed.

      Provide information to allow the prediction of consumable usage
      and resource need.

The MIB supports printers that can contain more than one job at a time,
but still be usable for low end printers that only contain a single job
at a time.  In particular, the MIB supports the needs of Windows and
other PC environments for managing low-end networked devices without
unnecessary overhead or complexity, while also providing for higher end
systems and devices.



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1.2 Types of Job Monitoring Applications

The Job Monitoring MIB is designed for the following types of monitoring
applications:

  1.monitor a single job starting when the job is submitted and
    finishing a defined period after the job completes.  The Job
    Submission ID table provides the map to find the specific job to be
    monitored.

  2.monitor all 'active' jobs in a queue, which this specification
    generalizes to a "job set".  End users may use such a program when
    selecting a least busy printer, so the MIB is designed for such a
    program to start up quickly and find the information needed quickly
    without having to read all (completed) jobs in order to find the
    active jobs.  System operators may also use such a program, in
    which case it would be running for a long period of time and may
    also be interested in the jobs that have completed.  Finally such a
    program may be co-located with the printer to provide an enhanced
    console and logging capability.

  3.collect resource usage for accounting or system utilization
    purposes that copy the completed job statistics to an accounting
    system. It is recognized that depending on accounting programs to
    copy MIB data during the job-retention period is somewhat
    unreliable, since the accounting program may not be running (or may
    have crashed).  Such a program is expected to keep a shadow copy of
    the entire Job Attribute table including completed, canceled, and
    aborted jobs which the program updates on each polling cycle.  Such
    a program polls at the rate of the persistence of the Attribute
    table.  The design is not optimized to help such an application
    determine which jobs are completed, canceled, or aborted.  Instead,
    the application SHALL query each job that the application's shadow
    copy shows was not complete, canceled, or aborted at the previous
    poll cycle to see if it is now complete or canceled, plus any new
    jobs that have been submitted.

The MIB provides a set of objects that represent a compatible subset of
job and document attributes of the ISO DPA standard[2] and the Internet
Printing Protocol (IPP)[3], so that coherence is maintained between
these two protocols and the information presented to end users and
system operators by monitoring applications.  However, the job
monitoring MIB is intended to be used with printers that implement other
job submitting and management protocols, such as IEEE 1284.1 (TIPSI)[4],
as well as with ones that do implement ISO DPA.  So nothing in the job
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The MIB is designed so that an additional MIB(s) can be specified in the
future for  monitoring  multi-function  (scan, FAX,  copy)  jobs  as  an
augmentation to this MIB.

2. Terminology and Job Model

This section defines the terms that are used in this specification and
the general model for jobs.

  NOTE - Existing systems use conflicting terms, so these terms are
  drawn from the ISO 10175 Document Printing Application (DPA)
  standard[2].  For example, PostScript systems use the term session for
  what we call a job in this specification and the term job to mean what
  we call a document in this specification.  PJL systems use the term
  job to mean what we call a job in this specification.  PJL also
  supports multiple documents per job, but does not support specifying
  per-document attributes independently for each document.

A job is a unit of work whose results are expected together without
interjection of unrelated results.  A client is able to specify job
instructions that apply to the job as a whole.  Proscriptive
instructions specify how, when, and where the job is to be printed.
Descriptive instructions describe the job.  A job contains one or more
documents.

A job set is a set of jobs that are queued and scheduled together
according to a specified scheduling algorithm for a specified device or
set of devices.  For implementations that embed the SNMP agent in the
device, the MIB job set normally represents all the jobs known to the
device, so that the implementation only implements a single job set
which MAY be identified with a hard-coded value 1.  If the SNMP agent is
implemented in a server that controls one or more devices, each MIB job
set represents a job queue for (1) a specific device or (2) set of
devices, if the server uses a single queue to load balance between
several devices.  Each job set is disjoint; no job SHALL be represented
in more than one MIB job set.

A document is a sub-section within a job.  A document contains print
data and document instructions that apply to just the document.  The
client is able to specify document instructions separately for each
document in a job.  Proscriptive instructions specify how the document
is to be processed and printed by the server.  Descriptive instructions
describe the document.  Server implementation of more than one document
per job is optional.

A client is the network entity that end users use to submit jobs to
spoolers, servers, or printers and other devices, depending on the
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A server is a network entity that accepts jobs from clients and in turn
submits the jobs to printers and other devices.  A server MAY be a
printer supervisor control program, or a print spooler.

A device is a hardware entity that (1) interfaces to humans in human
perceptible means, such as produces marks on paper, scans marks on paper
to produce an electronic representations, or writes CD-ROMs or (2)
interfaces to a network, such as sends FAX data to another FAX device.

A printer is a device that puts marks on media.

A supervisor is a server that contains a control program that controls a
printer or other device.  A supervisor is a client to the printer or
other device.

A spooler is a server that accepts jobs, spools the data, and decides
when and on which printer to print the job.  A spooler is a client to a
printer or a printer supervisor, depending on implementation.

Spooling is the act of a device or server of (1) accepting jobs and (2)
writing the job's attributes and document data on to secondary storage.

Queuing is the act of a device or server of ordering (queuing) the jobs
for the purposes of scheduling the jobs to be processed.

A monitor or job monitoring application  is the network entity that End
Users, System Operators, Accountants, Asset Managers, and Capacity
Planners use to monitor jobs using SNMP.  A monitor MAY be either a
separate application or MAY be part of the client that also submits
jobs.

An agent is the network entity that accepts SNMP requests from a monitor
and implements the Job Monitoring MIB by instrumenting a server or a
device.

A proxy is an agent that acts as a concentrator for one or more other
agents by accepting SNMP operations on the behalf of one or more other
agents, forwarding them on to those other agents, gathering responses
from those other agents and returning them to the original requesting
monitor.

A user is a person that uses a client or a monitor.

An end user is a user that uses a client to submit a print job.

A system operator is a user that uses a monitor to monitor the system
and carries out tasks to keep the system running.




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A system administrator is a user that specifies policy for the system.

A job instruction is an instruction specifying how, when, or where the
job is to be processed.  Job instructions MAY be passed in the job
submission protocol or MAY be embedded in the document data or a
combination depending on the job submission protocol and implementation.

A document instruction is an instruction specifying how to process the
document.  Document instructions MAY be passed in the job submission
protocol separate from the actual document data, or MAY be embedded in
the document data or a combination, depending on the job submission
protocol and implementation.

An SNMP information object is a name, value-pair that specifies an
action, a status, or a condition in an SNMP MIB.  Objects are identified
in SNMP by an OBJECT IDENTIFIER.

An attribute is a name, value-pair that specifies an instruction, a
status, or a condition of a job or a document that has been submitted to
a server or device.  A particular attribute NEED NOT be present in each
job instance.  In other words, attributes are present in a job instance
only when there is a need to express the value, either because (1) the
client supplied a value in the job submission protocol, (2) the document
data contained an embedded attribute, or (3) the server or device
supplied a default value.  An agent SHALL represent an attribute as an
entry (row) in the Attribute table in this MIB in which entries are
present only when necessary.  Attributes are identified in this MIB by
an enum.

Job monitoring using SNMP is (1) identifying jobs within the serial
streams of data being processed by the server, printer or other devices,
(2) creating "rows" in the job table for each job, and (3) recording
information, known by the agent, about the processing of the job in that
"row".

Job accounting is recording what happens to the job during the
processing and printing of the job.

3. System Configurations for the Job Monitoring MIB

This section enumerates the three configurations in which the Job
Monitoring MIB is intended to be used.  To simplify the pictures, the
devices are shown as printers.  See Goals section.

The diagram in the Printer MIB[1] entitled: "One Printer's View of the
Network" is assumed for this MIB as well.  Please refer to that diagram
to aid in understanding the following system configurations.




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3.1 Configuration 1 - client-printer

In the client-printer configuration, the client(s) submit jobs directly
to the printer, either by some direct connect, or by network connection.
The client-printer configuration can accommodate multiple job submitting
clients in either of two ways:

     1.if each client relinquishes control of the Print Job Delivery
       Channel after each job (or after a number of jobs)

     2.if the printer supports more than one Print Job Delivery Channel

The job submitting client and/or monitoring application monitor jobs by
communicating directly with an agent that is part of the printer.  The
agent in the printer SHALL keep the job in the Job Monitoring MIB as
long as the job is in the Printer, and longer in order to implement the
completed state in which monitoring programs can copy out the accounting
data from the Job Monitoring MIB.


               all         end-user     ######## SNMP query
            +-------+     +--------+    ---- job submission
            |monitor|     | client |
            +---#---+     +--#--+--+
                #            #  |
                # ############  |
                # #             |
         +==+===#=#=+==+        |
         |  | agent |  |        |
         |  +-------+  |        |
         |   PRINTER   <--------+
         |             | Print Job Delivery Channel
         |             |
         +=============+

Figure 3-1 - Configuration 1 - client-printer - agent in the printer


The Job Monitoring MIB is designed to support the following
relationships (not shown in Figure 3-1):
  1.Multiple clients MAY submit jobs to a printer.
  2.Multiple clients MAY monitor a printer.
  3.Multiple monitors MAY monitor a printer.
  4.A client MAY submit jobs to multiple printers.
  5.A monitor MAY monitor multiple printers.






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3.2 Configuration 2 - client-server-printer - agent in the server

In the client-server-printer configuration 2, the client(s) submit jobs
to an intermediate server by some network connection, not directly to
the printer.  While configuration 2 is included, the design center for
this MIB is configurations 1 and 3,

The job submitting client and/or monitoring application monitor job by
communicating directly with:

     1.a Job Monitoring MIB agent that is part of the server (or a
       front for the server)

There is no SNMP Job Monitoring MIB agent in the printer in
configuration 2, at least that the client or monitor are aware.  In this
configuration, the agent SHALL return the current values of the objects
in the Job Monitoring MIB both for jobs the server keeps and jobs that
the server has submitted to the printer.  In configuration 2, the server
keeps a copy of the job during the time that the server has submitted
the job to the printer.  Only some time after the printer completes the
job, SHALL the server remove the representation of the job from the Job
Monitoring MIB in the server.  The agent NEED NOT access the printer,
except when a monitor queries the agent using an SNMP Get for an object
in the Job Monitoring MIB.  Or the agent can subscribe to the
notification events that the printer generates and keep the Job
Monitoring MIB update to date.  The agent in the server SHALL keep the
job in the Job Monitoring MIB as long as the job is in the Printer, and
longer in order to implement the completed state in which monitoring
programs can copy out the accounting data from the Job Monitoring MIB.

             all          end-user
          +-------+     +----------+
          |monitor|     |  client  |     ######## SNMP query
          +---+---#     +---#----+-+     **** non-SNMP cntrl
                   #        #    |       ---- job submission
                    #       #    |
                     #      #    |
                      #=====#=+==v==+
                      | agent |     |
                      +-------+     |
                      |    server   |
                      +----+-----+--+
                   control *     |
                  **********     |
                  *              |
         +========v====+         |
         |             |         |
         |             |         |



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         |   PRINTER   <---------+
         |             | Print Job Delivery Channel
         |             |
         +=============+

Figure 3-2 - Configuration 2 - client-server-printer - agent in the
server


The Job Monitoring MIB is designed to support the following
relationships (not shown in Figure 3-2):
  1.Multiple clients MAY submit jobs to a server.
  2.Multiple clients MAY monitor a server.
  3.Multiple monitors MAY monitor a server.
  4.A client MAY submit jobs to multiple servers.
  5.A monitor MAY monitor multiple servers.
  6.Multiple servers MAY submit jobs to a printer.
  7.Multiple servers MAY control a printer.

3.3 Configuration 3 - client-server-printer - client monitors printer
agent and server

In the client-server-printer configuration 3, the client(s) submit jobs
to an intermediate server by some network connection, not directly to
the printer.

The job submitting client and/or monitoring application monitor jobs by
communicating directly with:

     1.the server using some protocol to monitor jobs in the server
       that does not contain the Job Monitoring MIB AND

     2.a Job Monitoring MIB agent that is part of the printer to
       monitor jobs after the server passes the jobs to the printer.
       In such configurations, the server deletes its copy of the job
       from the server after submitting the job to the printer usually
       almost immediately (before the job does much processing, if
       any).

There is no SNMP Job Monitoring MIB agent in the server in configuration
3, at least that the client or monitor are aware.  In this
configuration, the agent (in the printer) SHALL keep the values of the
objects in the Job Monitoring MIB that the agent implements updated for
a job that the server has submitted to the printer.  The agent SHALL
obtain information about the jobs submitted to the printer from the
server (either in the job submission protocol, in the document data, or
by direct query of the server), in order to populate some of the objects
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keep the job in the Job Monitoring MIB as long as the job is in the
Printer, and longer in order to implement the completed state in which
monitoring programs can copy out the accounting data from the Job
Monitoring MIB.

             all          end-user
          +-------+     +----------+
          |monitor|     |  client  |     ######## SNMP query
          +---+---*     +---*----+-+     **** non-SNMP query
              #    *        *    |       ---- job submission
              #     *       *    |
              #      *      *    |
              #       *=====v====v==+
              #       |             |
              #       |    server   |
              #       |             |
              #       +----#-----+--+
              #    optional#     |
              #   ##########     |
              #   #              |
         +==+=v===v=+==+         |
         |  | agent |  |         |
         |  +-------+  |         |
         |   PRINTER   <---------+
         |             | Print Job Delivery Channel
         |             |
         +=============+

Figure 3-3 - Configuration 3 - client-server-printer - client monitors
printer agent and server


The Job Monitoring MIB is designed to support the following
relationships (not shown in Figure 3-3):
  1.Multiple clients MAY submit jobs to a server.
  2.Multiple clients MAY monitor a server.
  3.Multiple monitors MAY monitor a server.
  4.A client MAY submit jobs to multiple servers.
  5.A monitor MAY monitor multiple servers.
  6.Multiple servers MAY submit jobs to a printer.
  7.Multiple servers MAY control a printer.

4. Conformance Considerations

In order to achieve interoperability between job monitoring applications
and job monitoring agents, this specification includes the conformance
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4.1 Conformance Terminology

This specification uses the verbs: "SHALL", "SHOULD", "MAY", and "NEED
NOT" to specify conformance requirements according to RFC 2119 as
follows:

  . "SHALL":  indicates an action that the subject of the sentence must
    implement in order to claim conformance to this specification

  . "MAY":  indicates an action that the subject of the sentence does
    not have to implement in order to claim conformance to this
    specification, in other words that action is an implementation
    option

  . "NEED NOT":  indicates an action that the subject of the sentence
    does not have to implement in order to claim conformance to this
    specification.  The verb "NEED NOT" is used instead of "may not",
    since "may not" sounds like a prohibition.

  . "SHOULD":  indicates an action that is recommended for the subject
    of the sentence to implement, but is not required, in order to
    claim conformance to this specification.

4.2 Agent Conformance Requirements

A conforming agent:

1.SHALL implement all MANDATORY groups and attributes in this
  specification.

2.NEED NOT implement any OPTIONAL attributes, whether the agent is able
  to obtain the information from the server or device.

3.NEED NOT implement both forms of an attribute if it implements an
  attribute that permits a choice of Integer and Octets forms, though
  implementing both forms may help management applications by giving
  them a choice of representations, since the representation are
  equivalent.  See page 55.

  NOTE - This MIB, like the Printer MIB, is written following the
  subset of SMIv2 that can be supported by SMIv1 and SNMPv1
  implementations.

4.2.1 MIB II System Group objects

The Job Monitoring MIB agent SHALL implement all objects in the system
group of MIB-II (RFC 1213)[5], whether the Printer MIB[1] is implemented
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4.2.2 MIB II Interface Group objects

The Job Monitoring MIB agent SHALL implement all objects in the
Interfaces Group of MIB-II (RFC 1213)[5], whether the Printer MIB[1] is
implemented or not.

4.2.3 Printer MIB objects

If the agent is instrumenting a device that is a printer, the agent
SHALL implement all of the mandatory objects in the Printer MIB[1] and
all the objects in other MIBs that conformance to the Printer MIB
requires, such as the Host Resources MIB (RFC 1514)[6].  If the agent is
instrumenting a server that controls one or more networked printers, the
agent NEED NOT implement the Printer MIB and NEED NOT implement the Host
Resources MIB.

4.3 Job Monitoring Application Conformance Requirements

A conforming job monitoring application:

1.SHALL accept all objects in all MANDATORY groups and all MANDATORY
  attributes that are required to be implemented by an agent according
  to Section 4.2 and SHALL either present them to the user or ignore
  them.

2.SHALL accept all OPTIONAL attributes, including enum and bit values
  specified in this specification and additional ones that may be
  registered with IANA and SHALL either present them to the user or
  ignore them.  In particular, a conforming job monitoring application
  SHALL not malfunction when receiving any standard or registered enum
  or bit values.  See Section 7 entitled "IANA Considerations" on page
  22.

3.SHALL accept either form of time attribute, if it supports a time
  attribute, since agents are free to implement either time form.  See
  page 55.

5. Job Identification

There are a number of attributes that permit a user, operator or system
administrator to identify jobs of interest, such as jobOwner, jobName,
etc.  In addition, there is a Job Submission ID object that allows a
monitoring application to quickly locate and identify a particular job
of interest that was submitted from a particular client by the user
invoking the monitoring application.  The Job Monitoring MIB needs to
provide for identification of the job at both sides of the job
submission process.  The primary identification point is the client
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identify the job of interest from all the jobs currently "known" by the
server or device.  The Job Submission ID can be assigned by either the
client's local system or a downstream server or device.  The point of
assignment will be determined by the job submission protocol in use.

The server/device-side identifier, called the jmJobIndex object, will be
assigned by the server or device that accepts the jobs from submitting
clients.  The MIB agent SHALL use the job identifier assigned by the
server or device to the job as the value of the jmJobIndex object that
defines the table rows (there are multiple tables) that contain the
information relating to the job.  This object allows the interested
party to obtain all objects desired that relate to this job.  The MIB
provides a mapping table that maps each Job Submission ID to the
corresponding jmJobIndex value, so that an application can determine the
correct value for the jmJobIndex value for the job of interest in a
single Get operation.  See the jmJobIDGroup on page 73.

The jobName attribute provides a name that the user supplies as a job
attribute with the job.  The jobName attribute is not necessarily
unique, even for one user, let alone across users.

6. Internationalization Considerations

There are a number of objects in this MIB that are represented as coded
character sets.  The data type for such objects is OCTET STRING.  Such
objects could be in different coded character sets and could be
localized in the language and country, i.e., could be localized.
However, for the Job Monitoring MIB, most of the objects are supplied as
job attributes by the client that submits the job to the server or
device and so are represented in the coded character set specified by
that client.  Therefore, the agent is not able to provide for different
representations depending on the locale of the server, device, or user
of the job monitoring application.  The only exception is job submission
protocols that pass job or document attributes as OBJECT IDENTIFIERS or
enums.  For those job and document attributes, the agent SHALL represent
the corresponding objects in the Job Monitoring MIB as coded character
sets in the current (default) locale of the server or printer as
established by the system administrator or the implementation.

For simplicity, this specification assumes that the clients, job
monitoring applications, servers, and devices are all running in the
same locale.  However, this specification allows them to run in any
locale, including locales that use two-octet coded character sets, such
as ISO 10646 (Unicode).  Job monitors applications are expected to
understand the coded character set of the client (and job), server, or
device.  No special means is provided for the monitor to discover the
coded character set used by jobs or by the server or device.  This
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server or device is running in, let alone contain an object to control
what locale the agent is to use to represent coded character set
objects.

This MIB also contains objects that are represented using the
DateAndTime textual convention from SNMPv2-TC (RFC 1903).  The job
management application SHALL display such objects in the locale of the
user running the monitoring application.

7. IANA Considerations

During the development of this standard, the Printer Working Group (PWG)
working with IANA will register additional enums while the standard is
in the proposed and draft states according to the procedures described
in this section.  IANA will handle registration of additional enums
after this standard is approved in cooperation with an IANA-appointed
registration editor from the PWG according to the procedures described
in this section:

7.1 IANA Registration of enums

This specification uses textual conventions to define enumerated values
(enums) and bit values.  Enumerations (enums) and bit values are sets of
symbolic values defined for use with one or more objects or attributes.
All enumeration sets and bit value sets are assigned a symbolic data
type name (textual convention).  As a convention the symbolic name ends
in "TC" for textual convention.  These enumerations are defined at the
beginning of the MIB module specification.

This working group has defined several type of enumerations for use in
the Job Monitoring MIB and the Printer MIB[1].  These types differ in
the method employed to control the addition of new enumerations.
Throughout this document, references to "type n enum", where n can be 1,
2 or 3 can be found in the various tables.  The definitions of these
types of enumerations are:

7.1.1 Type 1 enumerations

Type 1 enumeration:  All the values are defined in the Job Monitoring
MIB specification (RFC for the Job Monitoring MIB).  Additional
enumerated values require a new RFC.

NOTE - There are no type 1 enums in the current draft.

7.1.2 Type 2 enumerations

Type 2 enumeration:  An initial set of values are defined in the Job
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registered after review by this working group. The initial versions of
the MIB will contain the values registered so far. After the MIB is
approved, additional values will be registered through IANA after
approval by this working group.

The following type 2 enums are contained in the current draft :
  1.JmTimeStampTC
  2.JmFinishingTC
  3.JmPrintQualityTC
  4.JmTonerEconomyTC
  5.JmPrinterResolutionTC
  6.JmMediumTypeTC
  7.JmJobStateTC
  8.JmAttributeTypeTC

7.1.3 Type 3 enumeration

Type 3 enumeration:  An initial set of values are defined in the Job
Monitoring MIB specification.  Additional enumerated values are
registered without working group review.  The initial versions of the
MIB will contain the values registered so far.  After the MIB is
approved, additional values will be registered through IANA without
approval by this working group.

NOTE - There are no type 3 enums in the current draft.

7.2 IANA Registration of type 2 bit values

This draft contains the following type 2 bit value textual-conventions:
  1.JmJobServiceTypesTC
  2.JmJobStateReasons1TC
  3.JmJobStateReasons2TC
  4.JmJobStateReasons3TC
  5.JmJobStateReasons4TC

These textual-conventions are defined as bits in an Integer so that they
can be used with SNMPv1 SMI.  The jobStateReasonsn (n=1..4) attributes
are defined as bit values using the corresponding JmJobStateReasonsnTC
textual-conventions.

The registration of JmJobServiceTypesTC and JmJobStateReasonsnTC bit
values SHALL follow the procedures for a type 2 enum as specified in
Section 7.1.2.

7.3 IANA Registration of Job Submission Id Formats

In addition to enums and bit values, this specification assigns numbers
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The registration of  jmJobSubmissionID format numbers SHALL follow the
procedures for a type 2 enum as specified in Section 7.1.2.

8. Security Considerations

8.1 Read-Write objects

All objects are read-only greatly simplifying the security
considerations.  If another MIB augments this MIB, that MIB might allow
objects in this MIB to be modified.  However, that MIB SHALL have to
support the required access control in order to achieve security, not
this MIB.

8.2 Read-Only Objects In Other User's Jobs

The security policy of some sites may be that unprivileged users can
only get the objects from jobs that they submitted, plus a few minimal
objects from other jobs, such as the jmJobKOctetsRequested and
jmJobKOctetsCompleted objects, so that a user can tell how busy a
printer is.  Other sites might allow all unprivileged users to see all
objects of all jobs.  It is up to the agent to implement any such
restrictions based on the identification of the user making the SNMP
request.  This MIB does not require, nor does it specify how, such
restrictions would be implemented.  A monitoring application SHOULD
enforce the site security policy with respect to returning information
to an unprivileged end user that is using the monitoring application to
monitor jobs that do not belong to that user, i.e., the jobOwner
attribute in the jmAttributeTable does not match the user's user name.
See the JmAttributeTypeTC textual convention on page Error! Bookmark not
defined. and the jmAttributeTable on page 81.

An operator is a privileged user that would be able to see all objects
of all jobs, independent of the policy for unprivileged users.

9. Returning Objects With No Value In Mandatory Groups

If an object in a mandatory group does not have an instrumented value
for a particular job submission protocol or the job submitting client
did not supply a value (and the accepting server or device does not
supply a default), this MIB requires that the agent SHALL follow the
normal SNMP practice of returning a distinguished value, such as a zero-
length string, an unknown(2) value for an enum, or a (-2) for an integer
value.








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10. Notification and Traps

This MIB does not specify any traps.  For simplicity, management
applications are expected to poll for status.  The resulting network
traffic is not expected to be significant.

11. MIB specification

The following pages constitute the actual Job Monitoring MIB.










































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Job-Monitoring-MIB DEFINITIONS ::= BEGIN

IMPORTS
    MODULE-IDENTITY, OBJECT-TYPE, experimental,
    Integer32                                        FROM SNMPv2-SMI
    TEXTUAL-CONVENTION                               FROM SNMPv2-TC
    MODULE-COMPLIANCE, OBJECT-GROUP                  FROM SNMPv2-CONF;
    -- The following textual-conventions are needed
    -- to implement certain attributes, but are not
    -- needed to compile this MIB.  They are
    -- provided here for convenience:
    -- DateAndTime                                   FROM SNMPv2-TC
    -- PrtAlertCodeTC, PrtInterpreterLangFamilyTC    FROM Printer-MIB

-- Use the experimental (54) OID assigned to the Printer MIB[1] before
-- it was published as RFC 1759.
-- Upon publication of the Job Monitoring MIB as an RFC, delete this
-- comment and the line following this comment and change the
-- reference of { temp 104 } (below) to { mib-2 X }.
-- This will result in changing:
-- 1 3 6 1 3 54 jobmonMIB(105)    to:
-- 1 3 6 1 2  1 jobmonMIB(X)
-- This will make it easier to translate prototypes to
-- the standard namespace because the lengths of the OIDs won't
-- change.
temp OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { experimental 54 }

jobmonMIB MODULE-IDENTITY
    LAST-UPDATED "9705200000Z"
    ORGANIZATION "IETF Printer MIB Working Group"
    CONTACT-INFO
        "Tom Hastings
        Postal:  Xerox Corp.
                 Mail stop ESAE-231
                 701 S. Aviation Blvd.
                 El Segundo, CA 90245

        Tel:     (301)333-6413
        Fax:     (301)333-5514
        E-mail:  hastings@cp10.es.xerox.com"
    DESCRIPTION
        "The MIB module for monitoring job in servers, printers, and
        other devices.

        File: jmp-mib.doc,  .pdf,  .txt,  .mib
        Version: 0.82"
    ::= { temp 105 }




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-- Textual conventions for this MIB module



JmTimeStampTC ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The simple time at which an event took place.  The units SHALL
        be in seconds since the system was booted.

        NOTE - JmTimeStampTC is defined in units of seconds, rather than
        100ths of seconds, so as to be simpler for agents to implement
        (even if they have to implement the 100ths of a second to comply
        with implementing sysUpTime in MIB-II[5].)

        NOTE - JmTimeStampTC is defined as an Integer32 so that it can
        be used as a value of an attribute, i.e., as a value of the
        jmAttributeValueAsInteger object (see page 83).  The TimeStamp
        textual-convention defined in SMNPv2-TC is defined as an
        APPLICATION 3 IMPLICIT INTEGER tag, not an Integer32, so cannot
        be used in this MIB as one of the values of
        jmAttributeValueAsInteger."
    SYNTAX      INTEGER(0..2147483647)





JmJobSourcePlatformTypeTC ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The source platform type that can submit jobs to servers or
        devices in any of the 3 configurations."

    -- This is a type 2 enumeration.  See Section 7.1 on page 22.
    SYNTAX      INTEGER {
        other(1),
        unknown(2),
        sptUNIX(3),            -- UNIX(tm)
        sptOS2(4),             -- OS/2
        sptPCDOS(5),           -- DOS
        sptNT(6),              -- NT
        sptMVS(7),             -- MVS
        sptVM(8),              -- VM
        sptOS400(9),           -- OS/400
        sptVMS(10),            -- VMS



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        sptWindows95(11),      -- Windows95
        sptNetWare(33)         -- NetWare
    }






JmFinishingTC ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The type of finishing."

    -- This is a type 2 enumeration.  See Section 7.1 on page 22.
    SYNTAX      INTEGER {
        other(1),
            --  Some other finishing besides one of the specified or
            --  registered values.

        unknown(2),
            --  The finishing is unknown.

        none(3),
            --  Perform no finishing.

        staple(4),
            --  Bind the document(s) with one or more staples. The
            --  exact number and placement of the staples is site-
            --  defined.

        stapleTopLeft(5),
            --  Place one or more staples on the top left corner of
            --  the document(s).

        stapleBottomLeft(6),
            --  Place one or more staples on the bottom left corner
            --  of the document(s).

        stapleTopRight(7),
            --  Place one or more staples on the top right corner of
            --  the document(s).

        stapleBottomRight(8),
            --  Place one or more staples on the bottom right corner
            --  of the document(s).

        saddleStitch(9),



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            --  Bind the document(s) with one or more staples (wire
            --  stitches) along the middle fold.  The exact number
            --  and placement of the stitches is site-defined.

        edgeStitch(10),
            --  Bind the document(s) with one or more staples (wire
            --  stitches) along one edge.  The exact number and
            --  placement of the staples is site-defined.

        punch(11),
            --  This value indicates that holes are required in the
            --  finished document. The exact number and placement of
            --  the holes is site-defined  The punch specification
            --  MAY be satisfied (in a site- and implementation-
            --  specific manner) either by drilling/punching, or by
            --  substituting pre-drilled media.

        cover(12),
            --  This value is specified when it is desired to select
            --  a non-printed (or pre-printed) cover for the
            --  document. This does not supplant the specification of
            --  a printed cover (on cover stock medium) by the
            --  document itself.

        bind(13)
            --  This value indicates that a binding is to be applied
            --  to the document; the type and placement of the
            --  binding is site-defined.

    }






JmPrintQualityTC ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Print quality settings."

    -- This is a type 2 enumeration.  See Section 7.1 on page 22.
    SYNTAX      INTEGER {
        other(1),     --  Not one of the specified or registered
                      --  values.
        unknown(2),   --  The actual value is unknown.
        draft(3),     --  Lowest quality available on the printer.
        normal(4),    --  Normal or intermediate quality on the



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                      --  printer.
        high(5)       --  Highest quality available on the printer.
    }



JmPrinterResolutionTC ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Printer resolutions.

        The values are type2 enums that represent single integers or
        pairs of integers.  The latter are to specify the resolution
        when the x and y dimensions differ.  When two integers are
        specified, the first is in the x direction, i.e., in the
        direction of the shortest dimension of the medium, so that the
        value is independent of whether the printer feeds long edge or
        short edge first."

    -- This is a type 2 enumeration.  See Section 7.1 on page 22.
    SYNTAX      INTEGER {
        other(1),         --  Not one of the specified or registered
                          --  values.
        unknown(2),       --  The actual value is unknown.
        normal(3),        --  Normal resolution.
        res100(4),        --  100 x 100 dpi
        res200(5),        --  200 x 200 dpi
        res240(6),        -- 240 x 240 dpi
        res300(7),        -- 300 x 300 dpi
        res360(8),        -- 360 x 360 dpi
        res600(9),        -- 600 x 600 dpi
        res720(10),       -- 720 x 720 dpi
        res800(11),       -- 800 x 800 dpi
        res1200(12),      -- 1200 x 1200 dpi
        res1440(13),      -- 1440 x 1440 dpi
        res1800(14),      -- 1800 x 1800 dpi
        res100x200(15),   -- 100 x 200 dpi
        res300x600(16),   -- 300 x 600 dpi
        res600x300(17),   -- 600 x 300 dpi
        res360x720(18),   -- 360 x 720 dpi
        res720x360(19),   -- 720 x 360 dpi
        res400x800(20),   -- 400 x 800 dpi
        res800x400(21),   -- 800 x 400 dpi
        res600x1200(22),  -- 600 x 1200 dpi
        res1200x600(23),  -- 1200 x 600 dpi
        res720x1440(24),  -- 720 x 1440 dpi
        res1440x720(25),  -- 1440 x 720 dpi
        res1800x600(26)   -- 1800 x 600 dpi



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    }






JmTonerEconomyTC ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Toner economy settings."

    -- This is a type 2 enumeration.  See Section 7.1 on page 22.
    SYNTAX      INTEGER {
        off(0),        --  Off.  Normal.  Use full toner.
        on(1)          --  On.  Use less toner than normal.
    }






JmMediumTypeTC ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Identifies the type of medium."

    -- This is a type 2 enumeration.  See Section 7.1 on page 22.
    SYNTAX      INTEGER {
     other(1),
         -- The type is neither one of the values listed in this
         -- specification nor a registered value.

     unknown(2),
         -- The type is not known.

     stationery(3),
         -- Separately cut sheets of an opaque material.

     transparency(4),
         -- Separately cut sheets of a transparent material.

     envelope(5),
         -- Envelopes that can be used for conventional mailing
         -- purposes.

     envelopePlain(6),



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         -- Envelopes that are not preprinted and have no windows.

     envelopeWindow(7),
         -- Envelopes that have windows for addressing purposes.

     continuousLong(8),
         -- Continuously connected sheets of an opaque material
         -- connected along the long edge.

     continuousShort(9),
         -- Continuously connected sheets of an opaque material
         -- connected along the short edge.

     tabStock(10),
         -- Media with tabs.

     multiPartForm(11),
         -- Form medium composed of multiple layers not pre-attached
         -- to one another;  each sheet MAY be drawn separately from
         -- an input source.

     labels(12),
         -- Label-stock.

     multiLayer(13)
         -- Form medium composed of multiple layers which are pre-
         -- attached to one another, e.g. for use with impact
         -- printers.

    }






JmJobStateTC ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The current state of the job (pending, processing, completed,
        etc.).

        The following figure shows the normal job state transitions:

                                                        +---->
canceled(7)
                                                       /




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    +----> pending(3) ---------> processing(5) -------+------>
completed(9)
    |         ^                       ^                \
--->+         |                       |                 +---->
aborted(8)
    |         v                       v                /
    +----> pendingHeld(4)    processingStopped(6) ----+


                Figure 4 - Normal Job State Transitions


        Normally a job progresses from left to right.  Other state
        transitions are unlikely, but are not forbidden.  Not shown are
        the transitions to the canceled state from the pending,
        pendingHeld, processing, and processingStopped states.

        Jobs in the pending, processing, and processingStopped states
        are called 'active', while jobs in the pendingHeld, canceled,
        aborted, and completed are called 'in-active'."

    -- This is a type 2 enumeration.  See Section 7.1 on page 22.
    SYNTAX      INTEGER {
        other(1),
            -- The job state is not one of the defined states.

        unknown(2),
            -- The job state is not known, or its state is
            -- indeterminate.

        pending(3),
            -- The job is a candidate to start processing, but is
            -- not yet processing.

        pendingHeld(4),
            -- The job is not a candidate for processing for any
            -- number of reasons but will return to the pending
            -- state as soon as the reasons are no longer
            -- present.  The job's jmJobStateReasons1 object
            -- and/or jobStateReasonsn (n=2..4) attributes SHALL
            -- indicate why the job is no longer a candidate for
            -- processing.  The reasons are represented as bits
            -- in the jmJobStateReasons1 object and/or
            -- jobStateReasonsn (n=2..4) attributes.  See the
            -- JmJobStateReasonsnTC (n=1..4) textual convention
            -- on page (59) for the specification of each reason.

        processing(5),



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            -- Either:
            --
            -- 1.  The job is using, or is attempting to use, one
            -- or more document transforms which include (1)
            -- purely software processes that are interpreting a
            -- PDL, and (2) hardware devices that are
            -- interpreting a PDL, making marks on a medium,
            -- and/or performing finishing, such as stapling,
            -- etc.
            --
            -- OR
            --
            -- 2. (configuration 2) the server has made the job
            -- ready for printing, but the output device is not
            -- yet printing it, either because the job hasn't
            -- reached the output device or because the job is
            -- queued in the output device or some other spooler,
            -- awaiting the output device to print it.
            --
            -- When the job is in the processing state, the
            -- entire job state includes the detailed status
            -- represented in the device MIB indicated by the
            -- hrDeviceIndex value of the job's physicalDevice
            -- attribute, if the agent implements such a device
            -- MIB.
            --
            -- Implementations MAY, though they NEED NOT, include
            -- additional values in the job's jmJobStateReasons1
            -- object to indicate the progress of the job, such
            -- as adding the jobPrinting value to indicate when
            -- the device is actually making marks on a medium.



        processingStopped(6),
            -- The job has stopped while processing for any
            -- number of reasons and will return to the
            -- processing state as soon as the reasons are no
            -- longer present.
            --
            -- The job's jmJobStateReasons1 object and/or the
            -- job's jobStateReasonsn (n=2..4) attributes MAY
            -- indicate why the job has stopped processing.  For
            -- example, if the output device is stopped, the
            -- deviceStopped value MAY be included in the job's
            -- jmJobStateReasons1 object.
            --
            -- NOTE - When an output device is stopped, the



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            -- device usually indicate its condition in human
            -- readable form locally at the device.  The
            -- management application can obtain more complete
            -- device status remotely by querying the appropriate
            -- device MIB using the job's deviceIndex
            -- attribute(s), if the agent implements such a
            -- device MIB

        canceled(7),
            -- A client has canceled the job and the job is
            -- either: (1) in the process of being terminated by
            -- the server or device or (2) has completed
            -- terminating.  The job's jmJobStateReasons1 object
            -- SHOULD contain either the canceledByUser or
            -- canceledByOperator value.

        aborted(8),
            -- The job has been aborted by the system, usually
            -- while the job was in the processing or
            -- processingStopped state.

        completed(9)
            -- The job has completed successfully or with
            -- warnings or errors after processing and all of the
            -- media have been successfully stacked in the
            -- appropriate output bin(s).  The job's
            -- jmJobStateReasons1 object SHOULD contain one of:
            -- completedSuccessfully, completedWithWarnings, or
            -- completedWithErrors values.

    }



JmAttributeTypeTC ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The type of the attribute which identifies the attribute.

        Some attributes represent information about a job, such as a
        file-name, or a document-name, or submission-time or completion
        time.  Other attributes represent resources required, e.g., a
        medium or a colorant, etc. to process the job before the job
        start processing OR to indicate the amount of the resource that
        is being consumed while the job is processing, e.g., pages
        completed or impressions completed.  If both a required and a
        consumed value of a resource is needed, this specification
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        Most attributes apply to all three configurations covered by
        this MIB specification (see section 3 on page 14).  Those
        attribute that apply to a particular configuration are indicated
        as 'Configuration n:'.

        Conformance of Attribute Implementation

        A very few attributes are MANDATORY for conformance, and the
        rest are OPTIONAL.  An agent SHALL instrument any MANDATORY
        attribute.  If the server or device does not provide access to
        the information about the MANDATORY attribute, the agent SHALL
        return the 'unknown' value.  For attributes represented by a
        counting integer, the unknown value is (-2) and for attributes
        represented by an enum, the unknown value is (2), as in the
        Printer MIB[1].  For attributes represented by an OCTET STRING,
        the unknown value is a zero-length string, unless specified
        otherwise.

        The MANDATORY attributes are:

            jobOwner(20)

        The attributes not labeled as MANDATORY are OPTIONAL.  An agent
        MAY, but NEED NOT, implement any OPTIONAL attributes.

        NOTE - The table of contents lists all the attributes in order
        to help see the order of enum assignments which is the order
        that the GetNext operation can be used to get attributes.  The
        table of contents also indicates the MANDATORY attributes as:
        (MANDATORY).

        NOTE - The enum assignments are grouped logically with values
        assigned in groups of 20, so that additional values may be
        registered in the future and assigned a value that is part of
        their logical grouping.

        Datatypes and Attribute Naming Conventions

        The datatype of each attribute is indicated on the first line(s)
        of the description.  Some attributes have several different data
        type representations.  When the data types can be represented in
        a single row in the jmAttributeTable, the data type name is not
        included as the last part of the name of the attribute.  When
        the data types cannot be represented by a single row in the
        jmAttributeTable, each such representation is considered a
        separate attribute and is assigned a separate name and enum
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        last part of the name of the attribute: Name, Index,
        DateAndTime, TimeStamp, etc.

        NOTE: No attribute name exceeds 31 characters.

        Single-Value (Row) Versus Multi-Value (MULTI-ROW) Attributes

        Most attributes SHALL have only one row per job.  However, a few
        attributes can have multiple values per job or even per
        document, where each value is a separate row in the
        jmAttributeTable.  Unless indicated with 'MULTI-ROW:' in
        JmAttributeTypeTC, an agent SHALL ensure that each attribute
        item occurs only once in the jmAttributeTable for a job.
        Attributes that are permitted to appear multiple times in the
        jmAttributeTable for a job are indicated with 'MULTI-ROW:' in
        their specification in the JmAttributeTypeTC.  However, such
        'MULTI-ROW' attribute items SHALL not contain duplicates for
        'intensive' (as opposed to 'extensive') attributes.

                For example, a job or document(s) may use multiple PDLs.
                However, each distinct documentFormat attribute value
                SHALL appear in the jmAttributeTable only once for a job
                since the interpreter language is an intensive attribute
                item, even though the job has a number of documents that
                all use the same PDL.

                As another example of an intensive attribute that can
                have multiple entries, if a document or job uses
                multiple types of media, there SHALL be only one row in
                the jmAttributeTable for each media type, not one row
                for each document that uses that medium type.

                On the other hand, if a job contains two documents of
                the same name, there can be separate rows for the
                documentName attribute item with the same name, since a
                document name is an extensive attribute item.  The
                specification indicates that the values NEED NOT be
                unique for such 'MULTI-ROW: attributes'

        Value Represented As Integer Or Octets

        In the following definitions of the enums, each description
        indicates whether the value of the attribute SHALL be
        represented using the jmAttributeValueAsInteger or the
        jmAttributeValueAsOctets objects by the initial tag: 'INTEGER:'
        or 'OCTETS:', respectively.  Some attributes allow the agent a
        choice of either an integer and/or an octets representation,
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        with 'INTEGER:' and/or 'OCTETS:' tags.  A very few attributes
        require both objects at the same time to represent a pair of
        values (see mediumConsumed(171)).  These attributes are
        indicated with 'INTEGER:' and/or 'OCTETS:' tags.  See the
        jmAttributeGroup starting on page 81 for the descriptions of
        these objects.

        Consumption Attributes

        A number of attributes record consumption.  Such attribute names
        end with the word 'Completed' or 'Consumed'.  If the job has not
        yet consumed what that resource is metering, the agent either:
        (1) SHALL return the value 0 or (2) SHALL not add this attribute
        to the jmAttributeTable until the consumption begins.  In the
        interests of brevity, the semantics for 0 is specified once here
        and is not repeated for each xxxxYyyyCompleted and
        xxxxYyyyConsumed attribute specification.

        Index Value Attributes

        A number of attributes are indexes in other tables.  Such
        attribute names end with the word 'Index'.  If the agent does
        not (yet) know the index value for a particular index attribute
        for a job, the agent either: (1) SHALL return the value 0 or (2)
        SHALL not add this attribute to the jmAttributeTable until the
        index value is known.  In the interests of brevity, the
        semantics for 0 is specified once here and is not repeated for
        each index attribute specification.


        The standard attribute types defined so far are:"

    -- This is a type 2 enumeration.  See Section 7.1 on page 22.
    SYNTAX      INTEGER {
     -- jmAttributeTypeIndex             Datatype
         -- Description - including 'OCTETS:' or 'INTEGER:' to
         -- specify whether the value SHALL be represented in the
         -- jmAttributeValueAsOctets or the jmAttributeValueAsInteger
         -- object, or both, respectively.

     other(1),                        -- Integer32(-2..2147483647)
                                      -- AND/OR
                                      -- OCTET STRING(SIZE(0..63))
         -- INTEGER:  and/or  OCTETS:  An attribute that is not in
         -- the list and/or that has not been approved and registered
         -- with IANA.

     unknown(2),                      -- Integer32(-2..2147483647)



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                                      -- OR
                                      -- OCTET STRING(SIZE(0..63))
         -- INTEGER:  or  OCTETS:  An attribute whose semantics are
         -- not known to the agent.


     -- +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     -- Job State attributes
     --
     -- The following attributes specify the state of a job.
     -- +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++







     jobStateReasons2(3),             -- JmJobStateReasons2TC (pg 62)
         -- INTEGER:  Additional information about the job's current
         -- state that augments the jmJobState object.  See the
         -- description under the JmJobStateReasons1TC textual-
         -- convention on page 59.

     jobStateReasons3(4),             -- JmJobStateReasons3TC (pg 66)
         -- INTEGER:  Additional information about the job's current
         -- state that augments the jmJobState object.  See the
         -- description under JmJobStateReasons1TC textual-convention
         -- on page 59.

     jobStateReasons4(5),             -- JmJobStateReasons4TC (pg 67)
         -- INTEGER:  Additional information about the job's current
         -- state that augments the jmJobState object.  See the
         -- description under JmJobStateReasons1TC textual-convention
         -- on page 59.



     deviceAlertCode(6),              -- PrtAlertCodeTC (Printer-MIB)
         -- INTEGER:  The device alert code when the job is stopped
         -- because the device needs attention, i.e., needs human
         -- intervention.  When the device is a printer, this device
         -- alert code SHALL be the printer alert code defined by the
         -- Printer MIB[1] using the PrtAlertCodeTC textual
         -- convention or equivalent.

     processingMessage(7),            -- OCTET STRING(SIZE(0..63))
         -- OCTETS:  MULTI-ROW:  A coded character set message that



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         -- is generated during the processing of the job as a simple
         -- form of processing log to show progress and any problems.
         --
         -- There is no restriction on the same message in multiple
         -- rows.


     -- +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     -- Job Identification attributes
     --
     -- The following attributes help an end user, a system
     -- operator, or an accounting program identify a job.
     -- +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

     jobOwner(20),                    -- OCTET STRING(SIZE(0..63))
                                      -- (MANDATORY)
         -- OCTETS:  The coded character set name of the user that
         -- submitted the job.  The method of assigning this user
         -- name will be system and/or site specific but the method
         -- must insure that the name is unique to the network that
         -- is visible to the client and target device.
         --
         -- This value SHOULD be the authenticated name of the user
         -- submitting the job.
         --
         -- In order to assist users to find their jobs for job
         -- submission protocols that don't supply a
         -- jmJobSubmissionID, the agent SHOULD maintain the jobOwner
         -- attribute for the time specified by the
         -- jmGeneralJobPersistence object, rather than the (shorter)
         -- jmGeneralAttributePersistence object.

     jobAccountName(21),              -- OCTET STRING(SIZE(0..63))
         -- OCTETS:  Arbitrary binary information which MAY be coded
         -- character set data or encrypted data supplied by the
         -- submitting user for use by accounting services to
         -- allocate or categorize charges for services provided,
         -- such as a customer account name.
         --
         -- NOTE: This attribute NEED NOT be printable characters.

     serverAssignedJobName(22),       -- OCTET STRING(SIZE(0..63))
         -- OCTETS:  Configuration 3 only:  The human readable string
         -- name of the job as assigned by the server that submitted
         -- the job to the device that the agent in instrumenting
         -- with this MIB.
         --
         -- NOTE - This attribute is intended for enabling a user to



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         -- find his/her job that a server submitted to a device
         -- after the user submitted the job to the server when the
         -- jmJobSubmissionID is not supported by the job submission
         -- protocol.

     jobName(23),                     -- OCTET STRING(SIZE(0..63))
         -- OCTETS:  The human readable string name of the job as
         -- assigned by the submitting user to help the user
         -- distinguish between his/her various jobs.  This name does
         -- not need to be unique.
         --
         -- This attribute is intended for enabling a user or the
         -- user's application to convey a job name that MAY be
         -- printed on a start sheet, returned in a query result, or
         -- used in notification or logging messages.
         --
         -- In order to assist users to find their jobs for job
         -- submission protocols that don't supply a
         -- jmJobSubmissionID, the agent SHOULD maintain the jobName
         -- attribute for the time specified by the
         -- jmGeneralJobPersistence object, rather than the (shorter)
         -- jmGeneralAttributePersistence object.
         --
         -- If this attribute is not specified when the job is
         -- submitted, no job name is assumed, but implementation
         -- specific defaults are allowed, such as the value of the
         -- documentName attribute of the first document in the job
         -- or the fileName attribute of the first document in the
         -- job.
         --
         -- The jobName attribute is distinguished from the
         -- jobComment attribute, in that the jobName attribute is
         -- intended to permit the submitting user to distinguish
         -- between different jobs that he/she has submitted.  The
         -- jobComment attribute is intended to be free form
         -- additional information that a user might wish to use to
         -- communicate with himself/herself, such as a reminder of
         -- what to do with the results or to indicate a different
         -- set of input parameters were tried in several different
         -- job submissions.

     jobServiceTypes(24),             -- JmJobServiceTypesTC (pg 57)
         -- INTEGER:  Specifies the type(s) of service to which the
         -- job has been submitted (print, fax, scan, etc.).  The
         -- service type is bit encoded with each job service type so
         -- that more general and arbitrary services can be created,
         -- such as services with more than one destination type, or
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         -- example, a job service might scan, faxOut, and print a
         -- single job.  In this case, three bits would be set in the
         -- jobServiceTypes attribute, corresponding to the
         -- hexadecimal values: 0x8 + 0x20 + 0x4, respectively,
         -- yielding: 0x2C.
         --
         -- Whether this attribute is set from a job attribute
         -- supplied by the job submission client or is set by the
         -- recipient job submission server or device depends on the
         -- job submission protocol.  This attribute SHALL be
         -- implemented if the server or device has other types in
         -- addition to or instead of printing.
         --
         -- One of the purposes of this attribute is to permit a
         -- requester to filter out jobs that are not of interest.
         -- For example, a printer operator may only be interested in
         -- jobs that include printing.  That is why this attribute
         -- is in the job identification category.

     jobSourceChannelIndex(25),       -- Integer32(0..2147483647)
         -- INTEGER:  The index of the row in the associated Printer
         -- MIB[1] of the channel which is the source of the print
         -- job.
         --
         -- NOTE - the Job Monitoring MIB points to the Channel row
         -- in the Printer MIB[1], so there is no need for a port
         -- attribute in the Job Monitoring MIB, since the PWG is
         -- adding a prtChannelInformation object to the Channel
         -- table of the draft Printer MIB.

     jobSourcePlatformType(26),       -- JmJobSourcePlatformTypeTC
                                      -- (pg 27)
         -- INTEGER:  The source platform type of the immediate
         -- upstream submitter that submitted the job to the server
         -- (configuration 2) or device (configuration 1 and 3) that
         -- the agent is instrumenting.  For configuration 1, this is
         -- the type of the client that submitted the job to the
         -- device;  for configuration 2, this is the type of the
         -- client that submitted the job to the server; and for
         -- configuration 3, this is the type of the server that
         -- submitted the job to the device.

     submittingServerName(27),        -- OCTET STRING(SIZE(0..63))
         -- OCTETS:  For configuration 3 only:  The administrative
         -- name of the server that submitted the job to the device.

     submittingApplicationName(28),   -- OCTET STRING(SIZE(0..63))
         -- OCTETS:  The name of the client application (not the



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         -- server in configuration 3) that submitted the job to the
         -- server or device.

     jobOriginatingHost(29),          -- OCTET STRING(SIZE(0..63))
         -- OCTETS:  The name of the client host (not the server host
         -- name in configuration 3) that submitted the job to the
         -- server or device.

     deviceNameRequested(30),         -- OCTET STRING(SIZE(0..63))
         -- OCTETS:  The administratively defined coded character set
         -- name of the target device requested by the submitting
         -- user.  For configuration 1, its value corresponds to the
         -- Printer MIB[1]: prtGeneralPrinterName object (added to
         -- the draft Printer MIB) for printers.  For configuration 2
         -- and 3, its value is the name of the logical or physical
         -- device that the user supplied to indicate to the server
         -- on which device(s) they wanted the job to be processed.

     queueNameRequested(31),          -- OCTET STRING(SIZE(0..63))
         -- OCTETS:  The administratively defined coded character set
         -- name of the target queue requested by the submitting
         -- user.  For configuration 1, its value corresponds to the
         -- queue in the device that the agent is instrumenting.  For
         -- configuration 2 and 3, its value is the name of the queue
         -- that the user supplied to indicate to the server on which
         -- device(s) they wanted the job to be processed.
         --
         -- NOTE - typically an implementation SHOULD support either
         -- the deviceNameRequested or queueNameRequested attribute,
         -- but not both.

     physicalDevice(32),              -- hrDeviceIndex (see HR MIB)
                                      -- AND/OR
                                      -- OCTET STRING(SIZE(0..63))
         -- INTEGER:  MULTI-ROW:  The index of the physical device
         -- MIB instance requested/used, such as the Printer MIB[1].
         -- This value is an hrDeviceIndex value.  See the Host
         -- Resources MIB[6].
         -- AND/OR
         -- OCTETS:  MULTI-ROW:  The name of the physical device to
         -- which the job is assigned.



     numberOfDocuments(33),           -- Integer32(0..2147483647)
         -- INTEGER:  The number of documents in this job.  If this
         -- attribute is not present, the number of documents SHALL
         -- be 1.



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     fileName(34),                    -- OCTET STRING(SIZE(0..63))
         -- OCTETS:  MULTI-ROW:  The coded character set file name of
         -- the document.
         --
         -- There is no restriction on the same file name in multiple
         -- rows.

     documentName(35),                -- OCTET STRING(SIZE(0..63))
         -- OCTETS:  MULTI-ROW:  The coded character set name of the
         -- document.
         --
         -- There is no restriction on the same document name in
         -- multiple rows.

     jobComment(36),                  -- OCTET STRING(SIZE(0..63))
         -- OCTETS:  An arbitrary human-readable coded character text
         -- string supplied by the submitting user or the job
         -- submitting application program for any purpose.  For
         -- example, a user might indicate what he/she is going to do
         -- with the printed output or the job submitting application
         -- program might indicate how the document was produced.
         --
         -- The jobComment attribute is not intended to be a name;
         -- see the jobName attribute.

     documentFormatIndex(37),         -- Integer32(0..2147483647)
         -- INTEGER:  MULTI-ROW:  The index in the
         -- prtInterpreterTable in the Printer MIB[1] of the page
         -- description language (PDL) or control language
         -- interpreter that this job requires/uses.  A document or a
         -- job MAY use more than one PDL or control language.
         --
         -- NOTE - As with all intensive attribute items where
         -- multiple rows are allowed, there SHALL be only one
         -- distinct row for each distinct interpreter; there SHALL
         -- be no duplicates.
         --
         -- NOTE - This attribute type is intended to be used with an
         -- agent that implements the Printer MIB and SHALL not be
         -- used if the agent does not implement the Printer MIB.
         -- Such an agent SHALL use the documentFormat attribute
         -- instead.

     documentFormat(38),              -- PrtInterpreterLangFamilyTC
                                      -- AND/OR
                                      -- OCTET STRING(SIZE(0..63))
         -- INTEGER:  MULTI-ROW:  The interpreter language family



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         -- corresponding to the Printer MIB[1]
         -- prtInterpreterLangFamily object, that this job
         -- requires/uses.  A document or a job MAY use more than one
         -- PDL or control language.
         --
         -- NOTE - This attribute is represented by a type 2 enum
         -- defined in the draft Printer MIB[1], but is not in RFC
         -- 1759.
         --
         -- AND/OR
         --
         -- OCTETS:  MULTI-ROW:  The document format registered as a
         -- MIME type, i.e., the name of the MIME type.
         --
         -- NOTE - IPP[3] uses MIME type keywords to identify
         -- document formats.


     -- +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     -- Job Parameter attributes
     --
     -- The following attributes represent input parameters
     -- supplied by the submitting client in the job submission
     -- protocol.
     -- +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

     jobPriority(50),                 -- Integer32(1..100)
         -- INTEGER:  The priority for scheduling the job. It is used
         -- by servers and devices that employ a priority-based
         -- scheduling algorithm.
         --
         -- A higher value specifies a higher priority. The value 1
         -- is defined to indicate the lowest possible priority (a
         -- job which a priority-based scheduling algorithm SHALL
         -- pass over in favor of higher priority jobs). The value
         -- 100 is defined to indicate the highest possible priority.
         -- Priority is expected to be evenly or 'normally'
         -- distributed across this range. The mapping of vendor-
         -- defined priority over this range is implementation-
         -- specific.

     jobProcessAfterDateAndTime(51),  -- DateAndTime (SNMPv2-TC)
         -- INTEGER:  The calendar date and time of day after which
         -- the job SHALL become a candidate to be scheduled for
         -- processing.  If the value of this attribute is in the
         -- future, the server SHALL set the value of the job's
         -- jmJobState object to pendingHeld and add the
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         -- jmJobStateReasons1 object and SHALL not schedule the job
         -- for processing until the specified date and time has
         -- passed.  When the specified date and time arrives, the
         -- server SHALL remove the jobProcessAfterSpecified bit
         -- value from the job's jmJobStateReasons1 object and, if no
         -- other reasons remain, SHALL change the job's jmJobState
         -- object to pending so that the job becomes a candidate for
         -- being scheduled on devices(s).
         --
         -- The agent SHALL assign an empty value to the
         -- jobProcessAfterDateAndTime attribute when no process
         -- after time has been specified, so that the job SHALL be a
         -- candidate for processing immediately.
         --
     jobHold(52),                     -- Integer32(0..1)
         -- INTEGER:  If the value is 1, a client has explicitly
         -- specified that the job is to be held until explicitly
         -- released.  Until the job is explicitly released by a
         -- client, the job SHALL be in the pendingHeld state with
         -- the jobHoldSpecified value in the jmJobStateReasons1
         -- attribute.

     jobHoldUntil(53),                -- OCTET STRING(SIZE(0..63))
         -- OCTETS:  The named time period during which the job SHALL
         -- become a candidate for processing, such as 'no-hold',
         -- 'evening', 'night', 'weekend', 'second-shift', 'third-
         -- shift', etc., as defined by the system administrator.
         -- Until that time period arrives, the job SHALL be in the
         -- pendingHeld state with the jobHoldUntilSpecified value in
         -- the jmJobStateReasons1 object.

     outputBin(54),                   -- Integer32(0..2147483647)
                                      -- AND/OR
                                      -- OCTET STRING(SIZE(0..63))
         -- INTEGER:  MULTI-ROW:  The output subunit index in the
         -- Printer MIB[1]
         -- AND/OR
         -- OCTETS:  the name of the output bin to which all or part
         -- of the job is placed in.



     sides(55),                       -- Integer32(-2..1)
         -- INTEGER:  MULTI-ROW:  The number of sides that any
         -- document in this job requires/used.

     finishing(56),                   -- JmFinishingTC (pg 28)
         -- INTEGER:  MULTI-ROW:  Type of finishing that any document



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         -- in this job requires/used.


     -- +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     -- Image Quality attributes (requested and consumed)
     --
     -- For devices that can vary the image quality.
     -- +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

     printQualityRequested(70),       -- JmPrintQualityTC (pg 29)
         -- INTEGER:  MULTI-ROW:  The print quality selection
         -- requested for document in the job for printers that allow
         -- quality differentiation.

     printQualityUsed(71),            -- JmPrintQualityTC (pg 29)
         -- INTEGER:  MULTI-ROW:  The print quality selection
         -- actually used by documents in the job for printers that
         -- allow quality differentiation.

     printerResolutionRequested(72),  -- JmPrinterResolutionTC
                                      -- (pg 30)
         -- INTEGER:  MULTI-ROW:  The print quality selection
         -- requested for document in the job for printers that allow
         -- quality differentiation.

     printerResolutionUsed(73),       -- JmPrinterResolutionTC
                                      -- (pg 30)
         -- INTEGER:  MULTI-ROW:  The print quality selection
         -- actually used by documents in the job for printers that
         -- allow quality differentiation.

     tonerEcomonyRequested(74),       -- JmTonerEconomyTC (pg 31)
         -- INTEGER:  MULTI-ROW:  The print quality selection
         -- requested for documents in the job for printers that
         -- allow toner quality differentiation.

     tonerEcomonyUsed(75),            -- JmTonerEconomyTC (pg 31)
         -- INTEGER:  MULTI-ROW:  The print quality selection
         -- actually used by documents in the job for printers that
         -- allow toner quality differentiation.

     tonerDensityRequested(76),       -- Integer32(1..20)
         -- INTEGER:  MULTI-ROW:  The toner density requested for
         -- documents in this job for devices that can vary toner
         -- density levels.  Level 1 is the lowest density and level
         -- 20 is the highest density level.  Devices with a smaller
         -- range, SHALL map the 1-20 range evenly onto the
         -- implemented range.



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     tonerDensityUsed(77),            -- Integer32(1..20)
         -- INTEGER:  MULTI-ROW:  The toner density used by documents
         -- in this job for devices that can vary toner density
         -- levels.  Level 1 is the lowest density and level 20 is
         -- the highest density level.  Devices with a smaller range,
         -- SHALL map the 1-20 range evenly onto the implemented
         -- range.


     -- +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     -- Job Progress attributes (requested and consumed)
     --
     -- Pairs of these attributes can be used by monitoring
     -- applications to show 'thermometers' of progress to users.
     -- +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

     jobCopiesRequested(90),          -- Integer32(-2..2147483647)
         -- INTEGER:  The number of copies of the entire job that are
         -- to be produced.

     jobCopiesCompleted(91),          -- Integer32(-2..2147483647)
         -- INTEGER:  The number of copies of the entire job that
         -- have been completed so far.

     documentCopiesRequested(92),     -- Integer32(-2..2147483647)
         -- INTEGER:  The total count of the number of document
         -- copies requested.  If there are documents A, B, and C,
         -- and document B is specified to produce 4 copies, the
         -- number of document copies requested is 6 for the job.
         --
         -- This attribute SHALL be used only when a job has multiple
         -- documents.  The jobCopiesRequested attribute SHALL be
         -- used when the job has only one document.

     documentCopiesCompleted(93),     -- Integer32(-2..2147483647)
         -- INTEGER:  The total count of the number of document
         -- copies completed so far for the job as a whole.  If there
         -- are documents A, B, and C, and document B is specified to
         -- produce 4 copies, the number of document copies starts a
         -- 0 and runs up to 6 for the job as the job processes.
         --
         -- This attribute SHALL be used only when a job has multiple
         -- documents.  The jobCopiesCompleted attribute SHALL be
         -- used when the job has only one document.






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     jobKOctetsTransferred(94),       -- Integer32(-2..2147483647)
         -- INTEGER:  The number of K (1024) octets transferred to
         -- the server or device that the agent is instrumenting.
         -- This count is independent of the number of copies of the
         -- job or documents that will be produced, but is just a
         -- measure of the number of bytes transferred to the server
         -- or device.
         --
         -- The agent SHALL round the actual number of octets
         -- transferred up to the next higher K.  Thus 0 octets SHALL
         -- be represented as 0, 1-1024 octets SHALL BE represented
         -- as 1, 1025-2048 SHALL be 2, etc.  When the job completes,
         -- the values of the jmJobKOctetsRequested object and the
         -- jobKOctetsTransferred attribute SHALL be equal.
         --
         -- NOTE - The jobKOctetsTransferred can be used in the
         -- numerator with the jmJobKOctetsRequested object in the
         -- denominator in order to produce a "thermometer" that
         -- indicates the progress of the job for agents that do not
         -- implement the jmJobKOctetsProcessed object.




     -- +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     -- Impression attributes
     --
     -- For a print job, an impression is the marking of the
     -- entire side of a sheet.  Two-sided processing involves two
     -- impressions per sheet.  Two-up is the placement of two
     -- logical pages on one side of a sheet and so is still a
     -- single impression.  See also jmJobImpressionsRequested and
     -- jmJobImpressionsCompleted objects in the jmJobTable on page
     -- 80.
     -- +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

     impressionsSpooled(110),         -- Integer32(-2..2147483647)
         -- INTEGER:  The number of impressions spooled to the server
         -- or device for the job so far.

     impressionsSentToDevice(111),    -- Integer32(-2..2147483647)
         -- INTEGER:  The number of impressions sent to the device
         -- for the job so far.

     impressionsInterpreted(112),     -- Integer32(-2..2147483647)
         -- INTEGER:  The number of impressions interpreted for the
         -- job so far.




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     impressionsCompletedCurrentCopy(113),  -- Integer32(-2..
                                            -- 2147483647)
         -- INTEGER:  The number of impressions completed by the
         -- device for the current copy of the current document so
         -- far.  For printing, the impressions completed includes
         -- interpreting, marking, and stacking the output.  For
         -- other types of job services, the number of impressions
         -- completed includes the number of impressions processed.
         --
         -- This value SHALL be reset to 0 for each document in the
         -- job and for each document copy.

     fullColorImpressionsCompleted(114),  -- Integer32(-2..
                                          -- 2147483647)
         -- INTEGER:  The number of full color impressions completed
         -- by the device for this job so far.  For printing, the
         -- impressions completed includes interpreting, marking, and
         -- stacking the output.  For other types of job services,
         -- the number of impressions completed includes the number
         -- of impressions processed. Full color impressions are
         -- typically defined as those requiring 3 or more colorants,
         -- but this MAY vary by implementation.
         --
     highlightColorImpressionsCompleted(115),  --  Integer32(-2..
                                               --  2147483647)
         -- INTEGER:  The number of highlight color impressions
         -- completed by the device for this job so far.  For
         -- printing, the impressions completed includes
         -- interpreting, marking, and stacking the output.  For
         -- other types of job services, the number of impressions
         -- completed includes the number of impressions processed.
         -- Highlight color impressions are typically defined as
         -- those requiring black plus one other colorant, but this
         -- MAY vary by implementation.


     -- +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     -- Page attributes
     --
     -- A page is a logical page.  Number up can impose more than
     -- one page on a single side of a sheet.  Two-up is the
     -- placement of two logical pages on one side of a sheet so
     -- that each side counts as two pages.
     -- +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++



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     pagesRequested(130),             -- Integer32(-2..2147483647)
         -- INTEGER:  The number of logical pages requested by the
         -- job to be processed.

     pagesCompleted(131),             -- Integer32(-2..2147483647)
         -- INTEGER:  The number of logical pages completed for this
         -- job so far.

     pagesCompletedCurrentCopy(132),  -- Integer32(-2..2147483647)
         -- INTEGER:  The number of logical pages completed for the
         -- current copy of the document so far.  This value SHALL be
         -- reset to 0 for each document in the job and for each
         -- document copy.


     -- +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     -- Sheet attributes
     --
     -- The sheet is a single piece of a medium, whether printing
     -- on one or both sides.
     -- +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

     sheetsRequested(150),            -- Integer32(-2..2147483647)
         -- INTEGER:  The number of medium sheets requested to be
         -- processed for this job.

     sheetsCompleted(151),            -- Integer32(-2..2147483647)
         -- INTEGER:  The number of medium sheets that have completed
         -- marking and stacking for the entire job so far whether
         -- those sheets have been processed on one side or on both.
         --
     sheetsCompletedCurrentCopy(152), -- Integer32(-2..2147483647)
         -- INTEGER:  The number of medium sheets that have completed
         -- marking and stacking for the current copy of a document
         -- in the job so far whether those sheets have been
         -- processed on one side or on both.
         --
         -- The value of this attribute SHALL be reset to 0 as each
         -- document in the job starts being processed and for each
         -- document copy as it starts being processed.


     -- +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     -- Resources attributes (requested and consumed)
     --
     -- Pairs of these attributes can be used by monitoring
     -- applications to show 'thermometers' of usage to users.



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     -- +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

     mediumRequested(170),            -- JmMediumTypeTC (pg 31)
                                      -- AND/OR
                                      -- OCTET STRING(SIZE(0..63))
         -- INTEGER:  MULTI-ROW:  The type
         -- AND/OR
         -- OCTETS:  the name of the medium that is required by the
         -- job.



     mediumConsumed(171),             -- OCTET STRING(SIZE(0..63))
                                      -- AND
                                      -- Integer32(-2..2147483647)
         -- OCTETS: MULTI-ROW:  The name of the medium
         -- AND
         -- INTEGER:  the number of sheets that have been consumed so
         -- far whether those sheets have been processed on one side
         -- or on both.  This attribute SHALL have both values.

     colorantRequested(172),          -- Integer32(0..2147483647)
                                      -- AND/OR
                                      -- OCTET STRING(SIZE(0..63))
         -- INTEGER:  MULTI-ROW:  The index (prtMarkerColorantIndex)
         -- in the Printer MIB[1]
         -- AND/OR
         -- OCTETS:  the name of the colorant requested.



     colorantConsumed(173),           -- Integer32(0..2147483647)
                                      -- AND/OR
                                      -- OCTET STRING(SIZE(0..63))
         -- INTEGER:  MULTI-ROW:  The index (prtMarkerColorantIndex)
         -- in the Printer MIB[1]
         -- AND/OR
         -- OCTETS: the name of the colorant consumed.




     -- +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     -- Time attributes (set by server or device)
     --
     -- This section of attributes are ones that are set by the
     -- server or device that accepts jobs.  Two forms of time are
     -- provided.  Each form is represented in a separate attribute.



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     -- See section 4.2 on page 19 and section 4.3 on page 20 for the
     -- conformance requirements for agents and monitoring
     -- applications, respectively.  The two forms are:
     --
     -- DateAndTime is an 8 or 11 octet binary encoded year,
     -- month, day, hour, minute, second, deci-second with
     -- optional offset from UTC.  See SNMPv2-TC.
     --
     -- NOTE: DateAndTime is not printable characters; it is
     -- binary.
     --
     -- JmTimeStampTC is the time of day measured in the number of
     -- seconds since the system was booted.  See page 27.
     -- +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

     jobSubmissionToServerTime(190),  -- JmTimeStampTC (pg 27)
                                      -- AND/OR
                                      -- DateAndTime (SNMPv2-TC)
         -- INTEGER:  Configuration 2 and 3:  The time
         -- AND/OR
         -- OCTETS:  the date and time that the job was submitted to
         -- the server.

     jobSubmissionToDeviceTime(191),  -- JmTimeStampTC (pg 27)
                                      -- AND/OR
                                      -- DateAndTime (SNMPv2-TC)
         -- INTEGER:  Configuration 1 and 3:  The time
         -- AND/OR
         -- OCTETS:  the date and time that the job was submitted to
         -- the device.

     timeSinceJobWasSubmittedToDevice(192),  -- Integer32(0..
                                             -- 2147483647)
         -- INTEGER:  The time in seconds since the job was submitted
         -- to the device.



     jobStartedBeingHeldTimeStamp(193),  -- JmTimeStampTC (pg 27)
         -- INTEGER:  The time that the job started being held, i.e.,
         -- the time that the job entered the pendingHeld state most
         -- recently.  If the job has never entered the pendingHeld
         -- state, then the value SHALL be 0 or the attribute SHALL
         -- not be present in the table.

     jobStartedProcessingTime(194),   -- JmTimeStampTC (pg 27)
                                      -- AND/OR
                                      -- DateAndTime (SNMPv2-TC)



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         -- INTEGER:  The time
         -- AND/OR
         -- OCTETS:  the date and time that the job started
         -- processing.

     timeSinceStartedProcessing(195), -- Integer32(-2..2147483647)
         -- INTEGER:  The time in milliseconds since the job started
         -- processing.



     jobCompletedTime(196),           -- JmTimeStampTC (pg 27)
                                      -- AND/OR
                                      -- DateAndTime (SNMPv2-TC)
         -- INTEGER:  The time
         -- AND/OR
         -- OCTETS:  the date and time that the job completed
         -- processing and the medium is completely stacked in the
         -- output bin, i.e., when the job entered the completed,
         -- canceled, or aborted state.



     timeSinceCompleted(197),         -- Integer32(-2..2147483647)
         -- INTEGER:  The time in milliseconds since the job
         -- completed processing and the medium was completely
         -- stacked in the output bin, i.e., since the job entered
         -- the completed, canceled, or aborted state.

     jobProcessingCPUTime(198)        -- Integer32(-2..2147483647)
         -- INTEGER:  The amount of CPU time that the job has been
         -- processing in seconds, i.e., in the processing job state.
         -- If the device stops and/or the job enters the
         -- processingStopped state, that elapsed time SHALL not be
         -- included.  In other words, the jobProcessingCPUTime value
         -- SHOULD be relatively repeatable when the same job is
         -- submitted again.

    }





JmJobServiceTypesTC ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION




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        "Specifies the type(s) of service to which the job has been
        submitted (print, fax, scan, etc.).  The service type is
        represented as an enum that is bit encoded with each job service
        type so that more general and arbitrary services can be created,
        such as services with more than one destination type, or ones
        with only a source or only a destination.  For example, a job
        service might scan, faxOut, and print a single job.  In this
        case, three bits would be set in the jobServiceTypes attribute,
        corresponding to the hexadecimal values: 0x8 + 0x20 + 0x4,
        respectively, yielding: 0x2C.

        Whether this attribute is set from a job attribute supplied by
        the job submission client or is set by the recipient job
        submission server or device depends on the job submission
        protocol.  With either implementation, the agent SHALL return a
        non-zero value for this attribute indicating the type of the
        job.

        One of the purposes of this attribute is to permit a requester
        to filter out jobs that are not of interest.  For example, a
        printer operator MAY only be interested in jobs that include
        printing.  That is why the attribute is in the job
        identification category.

        The following service component types are defined (in
        hexadecimal) and are assigned a separate bit value for use with
        the jobServiceTypes attribute:

    other                                 0x1
        The job contains some document production instructions that are
        not one of the identified types.

    unknown                               0x2
        The job contains some document production instructions whose
        type is unknown to the agent.

    print                                 0x4
        The job contains some document production instructions that
        specify printing

    scan                                  0x8
        The job contains some document production instructions that
        specify scanning

    faxIn                                 0x10
        The job contains some document production instructions that
        specify receive fax




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    faxOut                                0x20
        The job contains some document production instructions that
        specify sending fax

    getFile                               0x40
        The job contains some document production instructions that
        specify accessing files or documents

    putFile                               0x80
        The job contains some document production instructions that
        specify storing files or documents

    mailList                              0x100
        The job contains some document production instructions that
        specify distribution of documents using an electronic mail
        system.


    These bit definitions are the equivalent of a type 2 enum except
    that combinations of them MAY be used together.  See section 7.1.2
    on page 22."

    SYNTAX      INTEGER(0..2147483647)   -- 31 bits, all but sign bit








JmJobStateReasons1TC ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION
        "This textual-convention is used with the jmJobStateReasons1
        object to provides additional information regarding the
        jmJobState object values.

        The following standard values are defined (in hexadecimal) as
        powers of two, since multiple values MAY be used at the same
        time.

        NOTE - The Job Monitoring MIB contains a superset of the IPP
        values[3] for the IPP 'job-state-reasons' attribute, since the
        Job Monitoring MIB is intended to cover other job submission
        protocols as well.  Also some of the names of the reasons have
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        Monitoring MIB is intended to cover additional types of devices,
        including input devices, such as scanners.

        NOTE - For easy of understanding the order of the reasons is
        presented in the order in which the reason is most likely to
        occur.

    other                                 0x1
        The job state reason is not one of the standardized or
        registered reasons.

    unknown                               0x2
        The job state reason is not known to the agent or is
        indeterminent.

    jobIncoming                           0x4
        The job has been accepted by the server or device, but the
        server or device is expected (1) additional operations to finish
        creating the job and/or (2) is accessing/accepting document
        data.

    jobOutgoing                           0x8
        Configuration 2 only:  The server is transmitting the job to the
        device.

    jobHoldSpecified                      0x10
        The value of the job's jobHold(52) attribute (see page 47) is
        TRUE, either set when the job was created or subsequently by an
        explicit modify job operation.  The job SHALL NOT be a candidate
        for processing until this reason is removed and there are no
        other reasons to hold the job.

    jobHoldUntilSpecified                 0x20
        The value of the job's jobHoldUntil(53) (see page 47) attribute
        specifies a time period that is still in the future, either set
        when the job was created or subsequently by an explicit modify
        job operation.  The job SHALL NOT be a candidate for processing
        until this reason is removed and there are no other reasons to
        hold the job.

    jobProcessAfterSpecified              0x40
        The value of the job's jobProcessAfterDateAndTime(51) (see page
        46) attribute specifies a time that is still in the future,
        either set when the job was created or subsequently by an
        explicit modify job operation.  The job SHALL NOT be a candidate
        for processing until this reason is removed and there are no
        other reasons to hold the job.




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    resourcesAreNotReady                  0x80
        At least one of the resources needed by the job, such as media,
        fonts, resource objects, etc., is not ready on any of the
        physical devices for which the job is a candidate.  This
        condition MAY be detected when the job is accepted, or
        subsequently while the job is pending or processing, depending
        on implementation.

    deviceStoppedPartly                   0x100
        One or more, but not all, of the devices to which the job is
        assigned are stopped.  If all of the devices are stopped (or the
        only device is stopped), the deviceStopped reason SHALL be used.

    deviceStopped                         0x200
        The device(s) to which the job is assigned is (are all) stopped.

    jobPrinting                           0x400
        The output device is marking media. This attribute is useful for
        servers and output devices which spend a great deal of time
        processing when no marking is happening and then want to show
        that marking is now happening.

    jobCanceledByUser                     0x800
        The job was canceled by the user, i.e., by a user whose name is
        the same as the value of the job's jobOwner attribute.

    jobCanceledByOperator                 0x1000
        The job was canceled by the operator, i.e., by a user whose name
        is different than the value of the job's jobOwner attribute.

    abortedBySystem                       0x2000
        The job was aborted by the system.  NOTE - this reason is needed
        only when the job is not placed in the aborted job state.
    jobCompletedSuccessfully              0x4000
        The job completed successfully.

    jobCompletedWithWarnings              0x8000
        The job completed with warnings.

    jobCompletedWithErrors                0x10000
        The job completed with errors (and possibly warnings too).

    The following additional job state reasons have been added to
    represent job states that are in ISO DPA[2] and other job submission
    protocols:

    jobPaused                             0x20000
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        operation to suspend the job so that other jobs may proceed
        using the same devices.  The client MAY issue an operation to
        resume the paused job at any time, in which case the agent SHALL
        remove the jobPaused values from the job's jmJobStateReasons1
        object and the job is eventually resumed at or near the point
        where the job was paused.

    jobInterrupted                        0x40000
        The job has been interrupted while processing by a client
        issuing an operation that specifies another job to be run
        instead of the current job.  The server or device will
        automatically resume the interrupted job when the interrupting
        job completes.

    jobRetained                           0x80000
        The job is being retained by the server or device with all of
        the job's document data (and submitted resources, such as fonts,
        logos, and forms, if any).  Thus a client could issue an
        operation to resubmit the job (or a copy of the job).  When a
        client could no longer resubmit the job, such as after the
        document data has been discarded, the agent SHALL remove the
        jobRetained value from the jmJobStateReasons1 object.

    These bit definitions are the equivalent of a type 2 enum except
    that combinations of bits may be used together.  See section 7.1.2
    on page 22.  The remaining bits are reserved for future
    standardization and/or registration."

    SYNTAX      INTEGER(0..2147483647)   -- 31 bits, all but sign bit





JmJobStateReasons2TC ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION
        "This textual-convention is used with the jobStateReasons2
        attribute to provides additional information regarding the
        jmJobState object.  See the description under
        JmJobStateReasons1TC on page 59.

        The following standard values are defined (in hexadecimal) as
        powers of two, since multiple values may be used at the same
        time:






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    cascaded                              0x1
        An outbound gateway has transmitted all of the job's job and
        document attributes and data to another spooling system.

    deletedByAdministrator                0x2
        The administrator has deleted the job.

    discardTimeArrived                    0x4
        The job has been deleted due to the fact that the time specified
        by the job's job-discard-time has arrived.

    postProcessingFailed                  0x8
        The post-processing agent failed while trying to log accounting
        attributes for the job; therefore the job has been placed into
        the completed state with the jobRetained jmJobStateReasons1
        object value for a system-defined period of time, so the
        administrator can examine it, resubmit it, etc.

    submissionInterrupted                 0x10
        Indicates that the job was not completely submitted for the
        following reasons: (1) the server has crashed before the job was
        closed by the client, (2) the server or the document transfer
        method has crashed in some non-recoverable way before the
        document data was entirely transferred to the server, (3) the
        client crashed or failed to close the job before the time-out
        period.  Whether the server or device puts the job into the
        pendingHeld or aborted state depends on implementation.

    maxJobFaultCountExceeded              0x20
        The job has faulted several times and has exceeded the
        administratively defined fault count limit.

    devicesNeedAttentionTimeOut           0x40
        One or more document transforms that the job is using needs
        human intervention in order for the job to make progress, but
        the human intervention did not occur within the site-settable
        time-out value.

    needsKeyOperatorTimeOut               0x80
        One or more devices or document transforms that the job is using
        need a specially trained operator (who may need a key to unlock
        the device and gain access) in order for the job to make
        progress, but the key operator intervention did not occur within
        the site-settable time-out value.

    jobStartWaitTimeOut                   0x100
        The server/device has stopped the job at the beginning of
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        cartridge or special non-standard media, but the job was not
        resumed within the site-settable time-out value and the
        server/device has transitioned the job to the pendingHeld state.
        Normally, the job is resumed by means outside the job submission
        protocol, such as some local function on the device.

    jobEndWaitTimeOut                     0x200
        The server/device has stopped the job at the end of processing
        to await human action, such as removing a special cartridge or
        restoring standard media, but the job was not resumed within the
        site-settable time-out value and the server/device has
        transitioned the job to the completed state.  Normally, the job
        is resumed by means outside the job submission protocol, such as
        some local function on the device, whereupon the job SHALL
        transition immediately to the completed state.

    jobPasswordWaitTimeOut                0x400
        The server/device has stopped the job at the beginning of
        processing to await input of the job's password, but the human
        intervention did not occur within the site-settable time-out
        value.

    deviceTimedOut                        0x800
        A device that the job was using has not responded in a period
        specified by the device's site-settable attribute.

    connectingToDeviceTimeOut             0x1000
        The server is attempting to connect to one or more devices which
        may be dial-up, polled, or queued, and so may be busy with
        traffic from other systems, but server was unable to connect to
        the device within the site-settable time-out value.

    transferring                          0x2000
        The job is being transferred to a down stream server or device.

    queuedInDevice                        0x4000
        The job has been queued in a down stream server or device.

    jobCleanup                            0x8000
        The server/device is performing cleanup activity as part of
        ending normal processing.

    processingToStopPoint                 0x10000
        The requester has issued an operation to interrupt the job and
        the server/device is processing up until the specified stop
        point occurs.





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    jobPasswordWait                       0x20000
        The server/device has selected the job to be next to process,
        but instead of assigning resources and started the job
        processing, the server/device has transitioned the job to the
        pendingHeld state to await entry of a password (and dispatched
        another job, if there is one).

    validating                            0x40000
        The server/device is validating the job after accepting the job.

    queueHeld                             0x80000
        The operator has held the entire job set or queue.

    jobProofWait                          0x100000
        The job has produced a single proof copy and is in the
        pendingHeld state waiting for the requester to issue an
        operation to release the job to print normally, obeying any job
        and document copy attributes that were originally submitted.

    heldForDiagnostics                    0x200000
        The system is running intrusive diagnostics, so that all jobs
        are being held.

    serviceOffLine                        0x400000
        The service/document transform is off-line and accepting no
        jobs.  All pending jobs are put into the pendingHeld state.
        This could be true if its input is impaired or broken.

    noSpaceOnServer                       0x800000
        There is no room on the server to store all of the job.  For
        example, there is no room for the document data.

    pinRequired                           0x1000000
        The System Administrator settable device policy is (1) to
        require PINs, and (2) to hold jobs that do not have a pin
        supplied as an input parameter when the job was created. The
        requester SHALL either (1) enter a pin locally at the device or
        issue a remote operation supplying the PIN in order for the job
        to be able to proceed.

    exceededAccountLimit                  0x2000000
        The account for which this job is drawn has exceeded its limit.
        This condition SHOULD be detected before the job is scheduled so
        that the user does not wait until his/her job is scheduled only
        to find that the account is overdrawn.  This condition MAY also
        occur while the job is processing either as processing begins or
        part way through processing.




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        An overdraft mechanism SHOULD be included to be user-friendly,
        so as to minimize the chances that the job cannot finish or that
        media is wasted.  For example, the server/device SHOULD finish
        the current copy for a job with collated document copies, rather
        than stopping in the middle of the current document copy.

    heldForRetry                          0x4000000
        The job encountered some errors that the server/device could not
        recover from with its normal retry procedures, but the error is
        worth trying the job later, such as phone number busy or remote
        file system in-accessible.  For such a situation, the
        server/device SHALL transition the job from the processing to
        the pendingHeld, rather than to the aborted state.


The following values are from the X/Open PSIS draft standard:

    canceledByShutdown                    0x8000000
        The job was canceled because the server or device was shutdown
        before completing the job.  Whether the job is placed in the
        pendingHeld or aborted state, depends on implementation.

    deviceUnavailable                     0x10000000
        This job was aborted by the system because the device is
        currently unable to accept jobs.  Whether the job is placed in
        the pendingHeld or aborted state, depends on implementation.

    wrongDevice                           0x20000000
        This job was aborted by the system because the device is unable
        to handle this particular job; the spooler SHOULD try another
        device or the user should submit the job to another device.
        Whether the job is placed in the pendingHeld or aborted state,
        depends on implementation.

    badJob                                0x40000000
        This job was aborted by the system because this job has a major
        problem, such as an ill-formed PDL; the spooler SHOULD not even
        try another device.

These bit definitions are the equivalent of a type 2 enum except that
combinations of them may be used together.  See section 7.1.2 on page
22."

    SYNTAX      INTEGER(0..2147483647)   -- 31 bits, all but sign bit







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JmJobStateReasons3TC ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION
        "This textual-convention is used with the jobStateReasons3
        attribute to provides additional information regarding the
        jmJobState object.  See the description under
        JmJobStateReasons1TC on page 59.

        The following standard values are defined (in hexadecimal) as
        powers of two, since multiple values may be used at the same
        time:

    jobInterruptedByDeviceFailure         0x1
        A device or the print system software that the job was using has
        failed while the job was processing.  The server or device is
        keeping the job in the pendingHeld state until an operator can
        determine what to do with the job.

    These bit definitions are the equivalent of a type 2 enum except
    that combinations of them may be used together.  See section 7.1.2
    on page 22.  The remaining bits are reserved for future
    standardization and/or registration."

    SYNTAX      INTEGER(0..2147483647)   -- 31 bits, all but sign bit





JmJobStateReasons4TC ::= TEXTUAL-CONVENTION
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION
        "This textual-convention is used in the jobStateReasons4
        attribute to provides additional information regarding the
        jmJobState object.  See the description under
        JmJobStateReasons1TC on page 59.

        The following standard values are defined (in hexadecimal) as
        powers of two, since multiple values may be used at the same
        time:

    none yet defined.

        These bit definitions are the equivalent of a type 2 enum except
        that combinations of them may be used together.  See section




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        7.1.2 on page 22.    These bits are reserved for future
        standardization and/or registration."

    SYNTAX      INTEGER(0..2147483647)   -- 31 bits, all but sign bit















































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jobmonMIBObjects  OBJECT IDENTIFIER  ::= { jobmonMIB 1 }

-- The General Group (Mandatory)

-- The jmGeneralGroup consists entirely of the jmGeneralTable.

-- Implementation of every object in this group is MANDATORY.
-- See Section 4 entitled 'Conformance Considerations' on page 18.

jmGeneral  OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { jobmonMIBObjects 1 }

jmGeneralTable  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      SEQUENCE OF JmGeneralEntry
    MAX-ACCESS  not-accessible
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The jmGeneralTable consists of information of a general nature
        that are per-job-set, but are not per-job.  See Terminology and
        Job Model on page 12 for the definition of a job set."
    ::= { jmGeneral 1 }

jmGeneralEntry  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      JmGeneralEntry
    MAX-ACCESS  not-accessible
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Information about a job set (queue).

        An entry SHALL exist in this table for each job set."
    INDEX  { jmJobSetIndex }
    ::= { jmGeneralTable 1 }

JmGeneralEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
    jmGeneralNumberOfActiveJobs       Integer32(0..2147483647),
    jmGeneralOldestActiveJobIndex     Integer32(0..2147483647),
    jmGeneralNewestActiveJobIndex     Integer32(0..2147483647),
    jmGeneralJobPersistence           Integer32(0..2147483647),
    jmGeneralAttributePersistence     Integer32(0..2147483647),
    jmGeneralJobSetName               OCTET STRING(SIZE(0..63))
}

jmGeneralNumberOfActiveJobs OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      Integer32(0..2147483647)
    MAX-ACCESS  read-only
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION




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        "The current number of 'active' jobs in the jmJobIDTable,
        jmJobTable, and jmAttributeTable, i.e., the total number of jobs
        that are in the pending, processing, or processingStopped
        states.  See JmJobStateTC on page 32 for the exact specification
        of the semantics of the job states.

        If there are no active jobs, the value of this object SHALL be
        0."
    ::= { jmGeneralEntry 1 }

jmGeneralOldestActiveJobIndex  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      Integer32 (0..2147483647)
    MAX-ACCESS  read-only
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The jmJobIndex of the oldest job that is still in one of the
        'active' states (pending, processing, or processingStopped).  In
        other words, the index of the 'active' job that has been in the
        job tables the longest.

        When a job transitions from one of the 'active' states (pending,
        processing, processingStopped) to one of the 'in-active' states
        (pendingHeld, completed, canceled, or aborted), with a
        jmJobIndex value that matches this object, the agent SHALL
        advance (or wrap - see jmGeneralNewestActiveJobIndex) the value
        to the next oldest 'active' job, if any.

        On the other hand, when a job transitions from one of the 'in-
        active' states to one of the 'active' state, the agent SHALL
        reduce (or wrap) the value of this object, if the job's
        jmJobIndex is smaller than the current value.

        If there are no active jobs, the agent SHALL set the value of
        this object to 0."
    ::= { jmGeneralEntry 2 }

jmGeneralNewestActiveJobIndex  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      Integer32 (0..2147483647)
    MAX-ACCESS  read-only
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The jmJobIndex of the newest job that is in one of the 'active'
        states (pending, processing, or processingStopped).  In other
        words, the index of the 'active' job that has been most recently
        added to the job tables.

        When a new job is accepted by the server or device that the
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        available value to the job's jmJobIndex that is used for storing
        job information in the jmJobIDTable, the jmJobTable, and the
        jmAttributeTable.  If the value would exceed the implementation-
        defined maximum value for jmJobIndex, the agent SHALL set the
        value back to 1, i.e., wrap around to the beginning of the job
        tables.

        It is recommended that the largest value for jmJobIndex be much
        larger than the maximum number of jobs that the implementation
        can contain at a single time, so as to minimize the pre-mature
        re-use of jmJobIndex value for a newer job while clients retain
        the same 'stale' value for an older job.

        Each time a new job is accepted by the server or device that the
        agent is instrumenting AND that job is to be 'active' (pending,
        processing, or processingStopped, but not pendingHeld), the
        agent SHALL copy the value of the job's jmJobIndex to the
        jmGeneralNewestActiveJobIndex object.  If the new job is 'in-
        active' (pendingHeld state), the agent SHALL not change the
        value of jmGeneralNewestActiveJobIndex object.

        When all jobs become 'inactive', i.e., enter the pendingHeld,
        completed, canceled, or aborted states, the agent SHALL set the
        value of this object to 0.  Whenever a job changes from 'in-
        active' to 'active' (from pendingHeld to pending or processing),
        the agent SHALL update the value of either the
        jmGeneralOldestActiveJobIndex or the
        jmGeneralNewestActiveJobIndex objects, or both, if the job's
        jmJobIndex value is outside the range between
        jmGeneralOldestActiveJobIndex and jmGeneralNewestActiveJobIndex.

        When the server or device is power-cycled, the agent SHALL
        remember the next jmJobIndex value to be assigned, so that new
        jobs are not assigned the same jmJobIndex as recent jobs before
        the power cycle.

        NOTE - Applications that wish to efficiently access all of the
        active jobs MAY use jmGeneralOldestActiveJobIndex value to start
        with the oldest active job and continue until they reach the
        index value equal to jmGeneralNewestActiveJobIndex, skipping
        over any pendingHeld, completed, canceled, or aborted jobs that
        might intervene.

        If an application detects that the jmGeneralNewestActiveJobIndex
        is smaller than jmGeneralOldestActiveJobIndex, the job index has
        wrapped.  In this case, when the application exceeds the maximum
        job index (detected by a no such object status returned from a
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        SHALL start over at 1 and continue the GetNext operations to
        find the rest of the active jobs."
    ::= { jmGeneralEntry 3 }

jmGeneralJobPersistence OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      Integer32(0..2147483647)
    MAX-ACCESS  read-only
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The minimum time in seconds for this instance of the Job Set
        that an entry will remain in the jmJobIDTable and jmJobTable
        after processing has completed, i.e., the minimum time in
        seconds starting when the job enters the completed, canceled, or
        aborted state.  Depending on implementation, the value of this
        object MAY be either: (1) set by the system administrator by
        means outside this specification or (2) fixed by the
        implementation."
    ::= { jmGeneralEntry 4 }

jmGeneralAttributePersistence OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      Integer32(0..2147483647)
    MAX-ACCESS  read-only
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The minimum time in seconds for this instance of the Job Set
        that an entry will remain in the jmAttributeTable after
        processing has completed , i.e., the time in seconds starting
        when the job enters the completed, canceled, or aborted state.
        The value of this object MAY be either (1) set by the system
        administrator by means outside this specification or MAY be (2)
        fixed by the implementation, depending on implementation.

        This value SHALL be equal to or less than the value of
        jmGeneralJobPersistence."
    ::= { jmGeneralEntry 5 }

jmGeneralJobSetName OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      OCTET STRING(SIZE(0..63))
    MAX-ACCESS  read-only
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The human readable administratively assigned name of this job
        set (by means outside of this MIB).  Typically, this name will
        be the name of the job queue.  If a server or device has only a
        single job set, this object can be the administratively assigned
        name of the server or device itself.  This name does not need to
        be unique, though each job set in a single Job Monitoring MIB
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        NOTE - The purpose of this object is to help the user of the job
        monitoring application distinguish between several job sets in
        implementations that support more than one job set."
    ::= { jmGeneralEntry 6 }





-- The Job ID Group (Mandatory)

-- The jmJobIDGroup consists entirely of the jmJobIDTable.
--
-- The two key indexes that are used in other tables to index jobs:
-- jmJobSetIndex and jmJobIndex are materialized in this group.
--
-- Implementation of every object in this group is MANDATORY.
-- See Section 4 entitled 'Conformance Considerations' on page 18.

jmJobID  OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { jobmonMIBObjects 2 }

jmJobIDTable  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      SEQUENCE OF JmJobIDEntry
    MAX-ACCESS  not-accessible
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The jmJobIDTable provides a correspondence map (1) between the
        job submission ID that a client uses to refer to a job and (2)
        the jmJobSetIndex and jmJobIndex that the Job Monitoring MIB
        agent assigned to the job and that are used to access the job in
        all of the other tables in the MIB.  If a monitoring application
        already knows the jmJobIndex of the job it is querying, that
        application NEED NOT use the jmJobIDTable."
    ::= { jmJobID 1 }

jmJobIDEntry  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      JmJobIDEntry
    MAX-ACCESS  not-accessible
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The map from (1) the jmJobSubmissionID to (2) the jmJobSetIndex
        and jmJobIndex.

        An entry SHALL exist in this table for each job, no matter what
        the state of the job and no matter what job set the job is in.
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        NOTE - an IMPLICIT statement is NOT provided in the following
        INDEX clause, since it was not an SMIv1 feature.  Therefore, the
        extra ASN.1 tag SHALL be included in the varbind in the SNMP
        request and the response."
    INDEX  { jmJobSubmissionID }
    ::= { jmJobIDTable 1 }

JmJobIDEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
    jmJobSubmissionID                 OCTET STRING(SIZE(1..32)),
    jmJobSetIndex                     Integer32(1..32767),
    jmJobIndex                        Integer32(1..2147483647)
}

jmJobSubmissionID OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      OCTET STRING(SIZE(1..32))
    MAX-ACCESS  not-accessible
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION
        "A quasi-unique 32-octet string ID which identifies the job
        uniquely within a particular client-server environment.  Either
        the client or the server assigns the job submission ID for each
        job.  The monitoring application whether in the client or
        running separately, uses the job submission ID to help the user
        identify which jmJobIndex was assigned by the agent.

        There are multiple formats for the jmJobSubmissionID.  Each
        format SHALL be registered using the procedures of a type 2
        enum.  See section entitled: 'IANA Registration of enums' on
        page 22.

        The value of jmJobSubmissionID SHOULD be one of the registered
        format types.  The first octet of the string SHALL indicate
        which registered format is being used.  The ASCII characters '0-
        9', 'A-Z', and 'a-z' will be assigned in order giving 62
        possible formats.  The agent SHALL assign a string of registered
        format (0) for any job without a Job Submission ID.

        The format values registered so far are:

          Format
          Number   Description
          ------   ------------
          0       Set by the agent when neither the client nor the
                   server assigned a job submission ID.

          1       octets 3-10:  8-decimal-digit random number
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          2       octets 3-10:  8-decimal-digit sequential number
                   octets 11-32: Client MAC address

          3       octets 3-10:  8-decimal-digit sequential number
                   octets 11-32: last 22 bytes of the client URL

          ..       to be registered according to procedures of a type 2
                   enum.  See section 7.3 on page 23.

        NOTE - the job submission id is only intended to be unique
        between a limited set of clients for a limited duration of time,
        namely, for the life time of the job in the context of the
        server or device that is processing the job.  Some of the
        formats include something that is unique per client and a random
        number so that the same job submitted by the same client will
        have a different job submission id.  For other formats, where
        part of the id is guaranteed to be unique for each client, such
        as the MAC address or URL, a sequential number SHOULD suffice
        for each client (and may be easier for each client to manage).
        Therefore, the length of the job submission id has been selected
        to reduce the probability of collision to a very low number, but
        is not intended to be an absolute guarantee of uniqueness.
        None-the-less, collisions could occur, but without bad
        consequences, since this MIB is intended to be used only for
        monitoring jobs, not for controlling and managing them."
    ::= { jmJobIDEntry 1 }

jmJobSetIndex OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      Integer32(1..32767)
    MAX-ACCESS  read-only
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The job set index of the job set in which the job was placed
        when that server or device accepted the job.  This 16-bit value
        in combination with the jmJobIndex value permits the management
        application to access the other tables to obtain the job-
        specific objects.  This value SHALL be the same for a job in the
        jmJobIDTable as the corresponding jmJobSetIndex value in the
        jmJobTable and jmAttributeTable for this job.

        The value(s) of the jmJobSetIndex SHALL be persistent across
        power cycles, so that clients that have retained jmJobSetIndex
        values will access the same job sets upon subsequent power-up.

        An implementation that has only one job set, such as a printer
        with a single queue, SHALL hard code this object with the value
        1.  See Terminology and Job Model on page 12 for the definition
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    ::= { jmJobIDEntry 2 }

jmJobIndex OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      Integer32(1..2147483647)
    MAX-ACCESS  read-only
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The sequential, monatonically increasing identifier index for
        the job generated by the server or device when that server or
        device accepted the job.  This index value permits the
        management application to access the other tables to obtain the
        job-specific row entries.  This value SHALL be the index used in
        the jmJobTable and jmAttributeTable for this job.

        See jmGeneralNewestActiveJobIndex on page 70 for a discussion
        about the largest value of jmJobIndex for an implementation.

        Agents instrumenting systems that contain jobs with a job
        identifier of 0 SHALL map the job identifier value 0 to a
        jmJobIndex value that is one higher than the highest job
        identifier value that any job can have on that system."
    ::= { jmJobIDEntry 3 }




-- The Job Group (Mandatory)

-- The jmJobGroup consists entirely of the jmJobTable.
--
-- Implementation of every object in this group is MANDATORY.
-- See Section 4 entitled 'Conformance Considerations' on page 18.

jmJob  OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { jobmonMIBObjects 3 }

jmJobTable  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      SEQUENCE OF JmJobEntry
    MAX-ACCESS  not-accessible
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The jmJobTable consists of basic job state and status
        information for each job in a job set that (1) monitoring
        applications need to be able to access in a single SNMP Get
        operation, (2) that have a single value per job, and (3) that
        SHALL always be implemented."
    ::= { jmJob 1 }

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    SYNTAX      JmJobEntry
    MAX-ACCESS  not-accessible
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Basic per-job state and status information.

        An entry SHALL exist in this table for each job, no matter what
        the state of the job is.  Each job SHALL appear in one and only
        one job set."
    INDEX  { jmJobSetIndex, jmJobIndex }
    ::= { jmJobTable 1 }

JmJobEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
    jmJobState                            JmJobStateTC,          -- pg 32
    jmJobStateReasons1                    JmJobStateReasons1TC,  -- pg 59
    jmNumberOfInterveningJobs             Integer32(-2..2147483647),
    jmJobKOctetsRequested                 Integer32(-2..2147483647),
    jmJobKOctetsProcessed                 Integer32(-2..2147483647),
    jmJobImpressionsRequested             Integer32(-2..2147483647),
    jmJobImpressionsCompleted             Integer32(-2..2147483647)

}



jmJobState OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      JmJobStateTC              -- See page 32
    MAX-ACCESS  read-only
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The current state of the job (pending, processing, completed,
        etc.).  Even though the JmJobStateTC textual-convention defines
        nine values for job states, agents SHALL only implement those
        states which are appropriate for the particular implementation.
        In other words, all possible enums for this object SHALL be
        reported if implemented by the device and available to the
        agent.  However, management applications SHALL be prepared to
        receive all the standard job states.

        The final value for this object SHALL be one of: completed,
        canceled, or aborted.  The minimum length of time that the agent
        SHALL keep a job in the completed, canceled, or aborted state
        before removing the job from the jmJobIDTable and jmJobTable is
        specified by the value of the jmGeneralJobPersistence object."
    ::= { jmJobEntry 1 }

jmJobStateReasons1 OBJECT-TYPE
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    MAX-ACCESS  read-only
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Additional information about the job's current state, i.e.,
        information that augments the value of the job's jmJobState
        object.

        NOTE - The jobStateReasonsn (n=2..4) attributes (see page 39)
        provide further additional information about the job's current
        state.

        Implementation of these values is OPTIONAL, i.e., an agent NEED
        NOT implement them, even if (1) the device supports the
        functionality represented by the reason and (2) is available to
        the agent.  These values MAY be used with any job state or
        states for which the reason makes sense.  Furthermore, when
        implemented, the agent SHALL return these values when the reason
        applies and SHALL NOT return them when the reason no longer
        applies whether the value of the job's jmJobState object changed
        or not.  When the job does not have any reasons for being in its
        current state, the agent SHALL set the value of the
        jmJobStateReasons1 object and jobStateReasonsn attributes to 0.

        NOTE - While values cannot be added to the jmJobState object
        without impacting deployed clients that take actions upon
        receiving jmJobState values, it is the intent that additional
        JmJobStateReasonsnTC enums can be defined and registered without
        impacting such deployed clients.  In other words, the
        jmJobStateReasons1 object and jobStateReasonsn attributes are
        intended to be extensible."
    ::= { jmJobEntry 2 }

jmNumberOfInterveningJobs OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      Integer32(-2..2147483647)
    MAX-ACCESS  read-only
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The number of jobs that are expected to be processed before
        this job is processed according to the implementation's queuing
        algorithm if no other jobs were to be submitted.  In other
        words, this value is the job's queue position.  The agent SHALL
        return a value of 0 for this attribute when this job starts
        processing (since there are no jobs in front of the job)."
    ::= { jmJobEntry 3 }

jmJobKOctetsRequested OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      Integer32(-2..2147483647)
    MAX-ACCESS  read-only



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    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The total size in K (1024) octets of the document(s) being
        requested to be processed in the job.  The agent SHALL round the
        actual number of octets up to the next highest K.  Thus 0 octets
        SHALL be represented as 0, 1-1024 octets SHALL be represented as
        1, 1025-2048 SHALL be represented as 2, etc.

        The server/device MAY update the value of this attribute after
        each document has been transferred to the server/device or the
        server/device MAY provide this value after all documents have
        been transferred to the server/device, depending on
        implementation.  In other words, while the job is in the
        pendingHeld state with the jmJobStateReasons1 object containing
        a jobIncoming value, the value of the jmJobKOctetsRequested
        object depends on implementation and MAY not correctly reflect
        the size of the job.

        In computing this value, the server/device SHALL not include the
        multiplicative factors contributed by (1) the number of document
        copies, and (2) the number of job copies, independent of whether
        the device can process multiple copies of the job or document
        without making multiple passes over the job or document data and
        independent of  whether the output is collated or not.  Thus the
        server/device computation is independent of the implementation."
    ::= { jmJobEntry 4 }

jmJobKOctetsProcessed OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      Integer32(-2..2147483647)
    MAX-ACCESS  read-only
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The current number of octets processed by the server or device
        measured in units of K (1024) octets.  The agent SHALL round the
        actual number of octets processed up to the next higher K.  Thus
        0 octets SHALL be represented as 0, 1-1024 octets SHALL be
        represented as 1, 1025-2048 octets SHALL be 2, etc.  For
        printing devices, this value is the number interpreted by the
        page description language interpreter rather than what has been
        marked on media.  For implementations where multiple copies are
        produced by the interpreter makes only a single pass over the
        document, the final value SHALL be equal to the value of the
        jmJobKOctetsRequested object.  For implementations where
        multiple copies are produced by the interpreter making multiple
        passes over the document, the final value SHALL be a multiple of
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        NOTE - See the impressionsCompletedCurrentCopy and
        pagesCompletedCurrentCopy attributes for attributes that are
        reset on each document copy.

        NOTE - The jmJobKOctetsProcessed object can be used in the
        numerator with the jmJobKOctetsRequested object in the
        denominator in order to produce a 'thermometer' that indicates
        the progress of the job, provided that the multiplicative factor
        is taken into account for some implementations of multiple
        copies."
    ::= { jmJobEntry 5 }

jmJobImpressionsRequested OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      Integer32(-2..2147483647)
    MAX-ACCESS  read-only
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The number of impressions requested by this job to produce."
    ::= { jmJobEntry 6 }

jmJobImpressionsCompleted OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      Integer32(-2..2147483647)
    MAX-ACCESS  read-only
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The current number of impressions completed for this job so
        far.  For printing devices, the impressions completed includes
        interpreting, marking, and stacking the output.  For other types
        of job services, the number of impressions completed includes
        the number of impressions processed."
    ::= { jmJobEntry 7 }




-- The Attribute Group (Mandatory)

-- The jmAttributeGroup consists entirely of the jmAttributeTable.
--
-- Implementation of the two objects in this group is MANDATORY.
-- See Section 4 entitled 'Conformance Considerations' on page 18.
--
-- A few attributes are MANDATORY for agent conformance, and the rest
-- are OPTIONAL.  See the specification of the JmAttributeTypeTC on
-- page 35 for which attributes are MANDATORY for agents to implement.

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jmAttributeTable  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      SEQUENCE OF JmAttributeEntry
    MAX-ACCESS  not-accessible
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The jmAttributeTable SHALL contain attributes of the job and
        document(s) for each job in a job set.  Instead of allocating
        distinct objects for each attribute, each attribute is
        represented as a separate row in the jmAttributeTable."
    ::= { jmAttribute 1 }

jmAttributeEntry  OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      JmAttributeEntry
    MAX-ACCESS  not-accessible
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION
        "Attributes representing information about the job and
        document(s) or resources required and/or consumed.

        Each entry in the jmAttributeTable is a per-job entry with an
        extra index for each type of attribute (jmAttributeTypeIndex)
        that a job can have and an additional index
        (jmAttributeInstanceIndex) for those attributes that can have
        multiple instances per job.  The jmAttributeTypeIndex object
        SHALL contain an enum type that indicates the type of attribute
        (see JmAttributeTypeTC on page 35).  The value of the attribute
        SHALL be represented in either the jmAttributeValueAsInteger or
        jmAttributeValueAsOctets objects, and/or both, as specified in
        the JmAttributeTypeTC textual-convention.

        The agent SHALL create rows in the jmAttributeTable as the
        server or device is able to discover the attributes either from
        the job submission protocol itself or from the document PDL.  As
        the documents are interpreted, the interpreter MAY discover
        additional attributes and so the agent adds additional rows to
        this table.  As the attributes that represent resources are
        actually consumed, the usage counter contained in the
        jmAttributeValueAsInteger object is incremented according to the
        units indicated in the description of the JmAttributeTypeTC
        enum.

        The agent SHALL maintain each row in the jmJobTable for at least
        the minimum time after a job completes as specified by the
        jmGeneralAttributePersistence (see page 72).

        Zero or more entries SHALL exist in this table for each job in a
        job set.  Each job SHALL appear in one and only one job set."




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    INDEX  { jmJobSetIndex, jmJobIndex, jmAttributeTypeIndex,
    jmAttributeInstanceIndex }
    ::= { jmAttributeTable 1 }

JmAttributeEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
    jmAttributeTypeIndex          JmAttributeTypeTC,        -- pg 35
    jmAttributeInstanceIndex      Integer32(1..32767),
    jmAttributeValueAsInteger     Integer32(-2..2147483647),
    jmAttributeValueAsOctets      OCTET STRING(SIZE(0..63))
}

jmAttributeTypeIndex OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      JmAttributeTypeTC        -- See page 35
    MAX-ACCESS  not-accessible
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The type of attribute that this row entry represents.

        The type MAY identify information about the job or document(s)
        or MAY identify a resource required to process the job before
        the job start processing and/or consumed by the job as the job
        is processed.

        Examples of job and document attributes include:
        jobCopiesRequested, documentCopiesRequested, jobCopiesCompleted,
        documentCopiesCompleted, fileName, and documentName.

        Examples of required and consumed resource attributes include:
        pagesRequested, pagesCompleted, mediumRequested, and
        mediumConsumed, respectively."
    ::= { jmAttributeEntry 1 }

jmAttributeInstanceIndex OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      Integer32(1..32767)
    MAX-ACCESS  not-accessible
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION
        "A running 16-bit index of the attributes of the same type for
        each job.  For those attributes with only a single instance per
        job, this index value SHALL be 1.  For those attributes that are
        a single value per document, the index value SHALL be the
        document number, starting with 1 for the first document in the
        job.  Jobs with only a single document SHALL use the index value
        of 1.  For those attributes that can have multiple values per
        job or per document, such as documentFormatIndex or
        documentFormat, the index SHALL be a running index for the job
        as a whole, starting at 1."
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jmAttributeValueAsInteger OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      Integer32(-2..2147483647)
    MAX-ACCESS  read-only
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The integer value of the attribute.  The value of the attribute
        SHALL be represented as an integer if the enum description in
        the JmAttributeTypeTC definition (see page 35) has the tag:
        'INTEGER:'.

        Depending on the enum definition, this object value MAY be an
        integer, a counter, an index, or an enum, depending on the
        jmAttributeTypeIndex value.  The units of this value are
        specified in the enum description.

        For those attributes that are accumulating job consumption as
        the job is processed as specified in the JmAttributeTypeTC,
        SHALL contain the final value after the job completes
        processing, i.e., this value SHALL indicate the total usage of
        this resource made by the job.

        A monitoring application is able to copy this value to a
        suitable longer term storage for later processing as part of an
        accounting system.

        Since the agent MAY add attributes representing resources to
        this table while the job is waiting to be processed or being
        processed, which can be a long time before any of the resources
        are actually used, the agent SHALL set the value of the
        jmAttributeValueAsInteger object to 0 for resources that the job
        has not yet consumed.

        Attributes for which the concept of an integer value is
        meaningless, such as fileName, interpreter, and physicalDevice,
        do not have the 'INTEGER:' tag in the JmAttributeTypeTC
        definition and so SHALL return a value of (-1) to indicate other
        for jmAttributeValueAsInteger.

        For attributes which do have the 'INTEGER:' tag in the
        JmAttributeTypeTC definition, if the integer value is not (yet)
        known, the value SHALL be (-2) to represent unknown counting
        integers, (2) to represent unknown enum values, or the attribute
        row SHALL not be present in the table."
    ::= { jmAttributeEntry 3 }

jmAttributeValueAsOctets OBJECT-TYPE
    SYNTAX      OCTET STRING(SIZE(0..63))



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    MAX-ACCESS  read-only
    STATUS      current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The octet string value of the attribute.  The value of the
        attribute SHALL be represented as an OCTET STRING if the enum
        description in the JmAttributeTypeTC definition (see page 35)
        has the tag: 'OCTETS:'.

        Depending on the enum definition, this object value MAY be a
        coded character set string (text) or a binary octet string, such
        as DateAndTime.

        Attributes for which the concept of an octet string value is
        meaningless, such as pagesCompleted, do not have the tag
        'OCTETS:' in the JmAttributeTypeTC definition and so the agent
        SHALL return a zero length string for the value of the
        jmAttributeValueAsOctets object."
    ::= { jmAttributeEntry 4 }

































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-- Notifications and Trapping
-- Reserved for the future

jobmonMIBNotifications  OBJECT IDENTIFIER  ::= { jobmonMIB 2}



-- Conformance Information

jmMIBConformance OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { jobmonMIB 3 }

-- compliance statements
jmMIBCompliance MODULE-COMPLIANCE
    STATUS  current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The compliance statement for agents that implement the
        job monitoring MIB."
    MODULE -- this module
    MANDATORY-GROUPS {
        jmGeneralGroup, jmJobIDGroup, jmJobGroup, jmAttributeGroup }

        -- OBJECT jmAttributeTypeIndex
        -- SYNTAX      INTEGER {
        --    jobOwner(20)
        -- }
    -- DESCRIPTION
        --"It is conformant for an agent to implement the one mandatory
        -- attribute.  Any additional attributes are OPTIONAL,
        -- i.e., an agent NEED NOT represent any additional
        -- attributes that the server or device implements.  However, a
        -- client SHALL accept all of the attributes from an agent and
        -- either display them to its user or ignore them.
        --
        -- NOTE - SMI does not allow an enum to be declared as mandatory
        -- if that enum is not a member of a group, but
        -- jmAttributeTypeIndex cannot be a member of a group and still
        -- be not-accessible.  So this MIB spec comments the MANDATORY
        -- attributes as if SMI allowed such a declaration in order to
        -- declare the MANDATORY attributes."

-- There are no CONDITIONALLY MANDATORY or OPTIONAL groups.

    ::= { jmMIBConformance 1 }

jmMIBGroups      OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { jmMIBConformance 2 }

jmGeneralGroup OBJECT-GROUP
    OBJECTS {



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        jmGeneralNumberOfActiveJobs, jmGeneralOldestActiveJobIndex,
        jmGeneralNewestActiveJobIndex, jmGeneralJobPersistence,
        jmGeneralAttributePersistence, jmGeneralJobSetName}
    STATUS  current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The general group."
    ::= { jmMIBGroups 1 }

jmJobIDGroup OBJECT-GROUP
    OBJECTS {
        jmJobSetIndex, jmJobIndex }
    STATUS  current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The job ID group."
    ::= { jmMIBGroups 2 }

jmJobGroup OBJECT-GROUP
    OBJECTS {
        jmJobState, jmJobStateReasons1, jmNumberOfInterveningJobs,
        jmJobKOctetsRequested, jmJobKOctetsProcessed,
        jmJobImpressionsRequested, jmJobImpressionsCompleted }
    STATUS  current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The job group."
    ::= { jmMIBGroups 3 }

jmAttributeGroup OBJECT-GROUP
    OBJECTS {
        jmAttributeValueAsInteger, jmAttributeValueAsOctets }
    STATUS  current
    DESCRIPTION
        "The attribute group."
    ::= { jmMIBGroups 4 }


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12. Appendix A - Instrumenting the Job Life Cycle

The job object has well-defined states and client operations that affect
the transition between the job states.  Internal server and device
actions also affect the transitions of the job between the job states.
These states and transitions are referred to as the job's life cycle.

Not all implementations of job submission protocols have all of the
states of the job model specified here.  The job model specified here is
intended to be a superset of most implementations.  It is the purpose of
the agent to map the particular implementation's job life cycle onto the
one specified here.  The agent MAY omit any states not implemented.
Only the processing, canceled, aborted, and completed states are
required to be implemented by an agent.  However, a conforming
management application SHALL be prepared to accept any of the states in
the job life cycle specified here, so that the management application
can interoperate with any conforming agent.

The job states are intended to be the user visible.  The agent SHALL
make these states visible in the MIB, but only for the subset of job
states that the implementation has.  Implementations MAY need to have
sub-states of these user-visible states.  Such implementation is not
specified in this model, is not supported by this Job Monitoring MIB,
and will vary from implementation to implementation.  In some
implementations the jmJobStateReasons1 object and the jobStateReasonsn
(n=2..4) attributes MAY represent some or all of the sub-states of the
jobs.

One of the purposes of the job life cycle is to specify what is
invariant from implementation to implementation as far as the MIB
specification and the management application is concerned.  Therefore,
job states are all intended to last a user-visible length of time in
most implementations.  However, some jobs may pass through some states
in zero time in some situations and/or in some implementations.

The job model does not specify how accounting and auditing is
implemented, except to assume that accounting and auditing logs are
separate from the job life cycle and last longer than job entries in the
MIB.  Jobs in the completed, aborted, or canceled states are not logs,
since jobs in these states are accessible via SNMP protocol operations
and SHALL be removed from the Job Monitoring MIB tables after a site-
settable or implementation-defined period of time.  An accounting
application MAY copy accounting information incrementally to an
accounting logs as a job processes, or MAY be copied while the job is in
the canceled, aborted, or completed states, depending on implementation.
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The jmJobState object specifies the standard job states.  The normal job
state transitions are shown in the state transition diagram presented in
Table 1.

13. APPENDIX B - Support of the Job Submission ID in Job Submission
Protocols

This appendix lists the job submission protocols that support the
concept of a job submission ID and indicates the attribute in that
protocol.

13.1 Hewlett-Packard's Printer Job Language (PJL)

Hewlett-Packard's Printer Job Language provides job-level printer
control and printer status information to applications. The PJL JOB
command is used at the beginning of a print job and can include options
applying only to that job. A PJL JOB command option has been defined to
facilitate passing the JobSubmissionID with the print job, as required
by the Job Monitoring MIB. The option is of the form:

     SUBMISSIONID = "id string"


Where the "id string" is a string and must be enclosed in double quotes.
The format is as described for the jmJobSubmissionID object.

The entire PJL JOB command with the optional parameter would be of the
form:

     @PJL JOB SUBMISSIONID = "id string"


See "Printer Job Language Technical Reference Manual", part number 5021-
0328, from Hewlett-Packard for complete information on the PJL JOB
command and the Printer Job Language.

14. Bibliography

[1] The Printer MIB - RFC 1579, proposed IETF standard.  Also an
Internet-Draft on the standards track as a draft standard: draft-ietf-
printmib-mib-info-01.txt

[2] ISO/IEC 10175 Document Printing Application (DPA).  See
ftp://ftp.pwg.org/pub/pwg/dpa/






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[3] Internet Printing Protocol (IPP), in progress on the IETF standards
track.  See draft-ietf-ipp-model-01.txt.  See also
http://www.pwg.org/ipp/index.html

[4] IEEE 1284.1, Transport-independent Printer System Interface (TIPSI).

[5] MIB-II, RFC 1213.

[6] Host Resources MIB, RFC 1514

[7] RFC 2119

15. Author's Addresses
    Ron Bergman
    Dataproducts Corp.
    1757 Tapo Canyon Road
    Simi Valley, CA 93063-3394

    Phone: 805-578-4421
    Fax:  805-578-4001
    Email: rbergman@dpc.com


    Tom Hastings
    Xerox Corporation, ESAE-231
    701 S. Aviation Blvd.
    El Segundo, CA   90245

    Phone: 310-333-6413
    Fax:   310-333-5514
    EMail: hastings@cp10.es.xerox.com


    Scott A. Isaacson
    Novell, Inc.
    122 E 1700 S
    Provo, UT   84606

    Phone: 801-861-7366
    Fax:   801-861-4025
    EMail: scott_isaacson@novell.com


    Harry Lewis
    IBM Corporation
    6300 Diagonal Hwy
    Boulder, CO 80301



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    Phone: (303) 924-5337
    Fax:
    Email: harryl@us.ibm.com


    Send comments to the printmib WG using the Job Monitoring Project
    (JMP) Mailing List:  jmp@pwg.org

    To learn how to subscribe, send email to:  jmp-request@pwg.org

    For further information, access the PWG web page under "JMP":
    http://www.pwg.org/



Other Participants:
    Chuck Adams - Tektronix
    Jeff Barnett - IBM
    Keith Carter, IBM Corporation
    Jeff Copeland - QMS
    Andy Davidson - Tektronix
    Roger deBry - IBM
    Mabry Dozier - QMS
    Lee Ferrel - Canon
    Steve Gebert - IBM
    Robert Herriot - Sun Microsystems Inc.
    Shige Kanemitsu - Kyocera
    David Kellerman - Northlake Software
    Rick Landau - Digital
    Harry Lewis - IBM
    Pete Loya - HP
    Ray Lutz - Cognisys
    Jay Martin - Underscore
    Mike MacKay, Novell, Inc.
    Stan McConnell - Xerox
    Carl-Uno Manros, Xerox, Corp.
    Pat Nogay - IBM
    Bob Pentecost - HP
    Rob Rhoads - Intel
    David Roach - Unisys
    Hiroyuki Sato - Canon
    Bob Setterbo - Adobe
    Gail Songer, EFI
    Mike Timperman - Lexmark
    Randy Turner - Sharp
    William Wagner - Digital Products



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    Jim Walker - Dazel
    Chris Wellens - Interworking Labs
    Rob Whittle - Novell
    Don Wright - Lexmark
    Lloyd Young - Lexmark
    Atsushi Yuki - Kyocera
    Peter Zehler, Xerox, Corp.











































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16. INDEX

This index includes the textual conventions, the objects, and the
attributes.  Textual conventions all start with the prefix:  "JM" and
end with the suffix:  "TC".  Objects all starts with the prefix:  "jm"
followed by the group name.  Attributes are identified with enums, and
so start with any lower case letter and have no special prefix.


                                 ------

colorantConsumed, 46
colorantRequested, 46

                                 --D---

deviceAlertCode, 34
deviceNameRequested, 38
documentCopiesCompleted, 43
documentCopiesRequested, 43
documentFormat, 39
documentFormatIndex, 39
documentName, 38

                                 --F---

fileName, 38
finishing, 41
fullColorImpressionsCompleted, 44

                                 ------

highlightColorImpressionsCompleted, 44

                                 --I---

impressionsCompletedCurrentCopy, 44
impressionsInterpreted, 44
impressionsSentToDevice, 44
impressionsSpooled, 44

                                 ------

jmAttributeInstanceIndex, 71
jmAttributeTypeIndex, 71
JmAttributeTypeTC, 30
jmAttributeValueAsInteger, 72



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jmAttributeValueAsOctets, 73
JmFinishingTC, 24
jmGeneralAttributePersistence, 62
jmGeneralJobPersistence, 61
jmGeneralJobSetName, 62
jmGeneralNewestActiveJobIndex, 60
jmGeneralNumberOfActiveJobs, 59
jmGeneralOldestActiveJobIndex, 60
jmJobImpressionsCompleted, 69
jmJobImpressionsRequested, 69
jmJobIndex, 65
jmJobKOctetsProcessed, 68
jmJobKOctetsRequested, 68
JmJobServiceTypesTC, 49
jmJobSetIndex, 65
JmJobSourcePlatformTypeTC, 23
jmJobState, 67
jmJobStateReasons1, 67
JmJobStateReasons1TC, 50
JmJobStateReasons2TC, 53
JmJobStateReasons3TC, 57
JmJobStateReasons4TC, 58
JmJobStateTC, 28
jmJobSubmissionID, 63
JmMediumTypeTC, 27
jmNumberOfInterveningJobs, 68
JmPrinterResolutionTC, 25
JmPrintQualityTC, 25
JmTimeStampTC, 23
JmTonerEconomyTC, 26
jobAccountName, 35
jobComment, 39
jobCompletedTime, 48
jobCopiesCompleted, 42
jobCopiesRequested, 42
jobHoldUntil, 40, 41
jobKOctetsTransferred, 43
jobName, 36
jobOriginatingHost, 37
jobOwner, 35
jobPriority, 40
jobProcessAfterDateAndTime, 40
jobProcessingCPUTime, 48
jobServiceTypes, 36
jobSourceChannelIndex, 37
jobSourcePlatformType, 37
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jobStartedProcessingTime, 48
jobStateReasons2, 34
jobStateReasons3, 34
jobStateReasons4, 34
jobSubmissionToDeviceTime, 47
jobSubmissionToServerTime, 47

                                 --M---

mediumConsumedName, 46
mediumRequested, 46

                                 --N---

numberOfDocuments, 38

                                 ------

other, 33
outputBin, 41

                                 --P---

pagesCompleted, 45
pagesCompletedCurrentCopy, 45
pagesRequested, 45
physicalDevice, 38
printerResolutionRequested, 41
printerResolutionUsed, 42
printQualityRequested, 41
printQualityUsed, 41
processingMessage, 34

                                 ------

queueNameRequested, 38

                                 ------

serverAssignedJobName, 35
sheetsCompleted, 45
sheetsCompletedCurrentCopy, 46
sheetsRequested, 45
sides, 41
submittingApplicationName, 37
submittingServerName, 37




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                                 ------

timeSinceCompleted, 48
timeSinceJobWasSubmittedToDevice, 47
timeSinceStartedProcessing, 48
tonerDensityRequested, 42
tonerDensityUsed, 42
tonerEcomonyRequested, 42
tonerEcomonyUsed, 42

                                 --U---

unknown, 34





































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