PrintVerifier Team Blog

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May, 2007

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This blog covers information on what PrintVerifier is, how it works, tips on usage/troubleshooting etc.

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    PrintVerifier Philosophy

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    I thought I'd spend the rest of the afternoon penning my thoughts on metaphysics , epistemology and associated topics. Nah! Just kidding! Our philosophy when it comes to PrintVerifier is that when in doubt DO NOT break. In other words, during the verification...
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    WinHEC is almost here

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    Whew! The long wait is finally over. One last working day before it is time to leave for WinHEC. Eagerly looking forward to meeting everyone and unveiling PrintVerifier.
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    PrintTicket/PrintCapabilities verification

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    One of the really cool features in PrintVerifier is runtime verification of PrintTicket and PrintCapabilities documents. Let's talk a little more about this feature. We have integrated the essence of the PTConform tool into PrintVerifier. While the PTConform...
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    What is a verifier stop?

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    I was in the process of writing up a few blog posts to do with debugging specific PrintVerifier stops when I realized that we haven't covered the basic concept of a verifier stop. So let's do that. ======================================= VERIFIER STOP...
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    PrintVerifier demo

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    We will be presenting a demo of the PrintVerifier workflow at WinHEC 2007. You can find a screencast of the demo here . The demo illustrates how to enable PrintVerifier for a process and walks you through the troubleshooting steps to be taken for debugging...
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    Simple yet powerful

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    I came across this nugget while reading Steven Sinofsky's internal blog. I am helping a company design an entirely new approach to one of their standard products. It looks simple. During a user test, one person said that he really liked it, but it was...
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