Use case 2: A printer controlled using Web Services

Printer controlled using Web Services

  • Strongly typed operations (purgePrintJob)
  • WSDL enables tooling to support those operations
  • Long running operations (respond when human operator checks printer)
  • Interactions survive network outages
  • Control requests using non-HTTP networks (JMS, IBM WebSphere® MQ, Microsoft Message Queuing, SonicMQ®, SMTP, FTP, etc.)
  • Purge operation requires dsig of authorized operator