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Welcome to the Heidelberg JDF Tutorial. Why ICS ?. JDF A ICS JDF B. Product A. Product B. Interoperability Conformance Specifications. Interoperability Conformance Specifications. Define a set of I nteroperability C onformance S pecifications – ICS

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Welcome to the heidelberg jdf tutorial

Welcome to the Heidelberg JDF Tutorial


Why ics

Why ICS ?

JDF A

ICS

JDF B

Product A

Product B

InteroperabilityConformanceSpecifications


Interoperability conformance specifications

Interoperability Conformance Specifications

  • Define a set of Interoperability Conformance Specifications – ICS

    • The term “JDF Compliant” does not immediately imply that two arbitrary applications will communicate.

      • Sending RIP instructions to a Folding Machine is not useful…

    • Two applications that comply with a given ICS will communicate in a meaningful way.

    • Product Certification will be based on ICS Compliance

  • Avoid multiple, incompatible JDF Dialects


Comparison of spec and ics

Spec Specifies

syntax of JDF

Cardinality of Parameters in a JDF ticket

Optional (?,*)

Required (“ “, +)

Number of elements (?,*,+,” “)

Job Ticket view only

ICS Specifies

Requirements for Applications

Read + Write requirements

May, Must Read (R?, R)

May, Must Write (W?, W)

Must be capable of writing (W)

Manager and Worker Role

Comparison of Spec and ICS


Read write conformance

Read, Write Conformance

  • JDF Specification: Specifies only cardinality requirements within a JDF Ticket

  • ICS: Specifies conformance requirements for an Application:

    • W: Must Write. JDF is invalid unless feature is set.

    • W?: May Write. No conformance requirement

    • W: Conditional Must Write. There are Conditions where a JDF must contain a feature

    • !W: MUST NOT Write. JDF is invalid if feature is set.

    • R: Must Read. The information in the JDF must be read and appropriately processed

    • R?: May Read. No conformance requirement.


Ics document structure

Prepress to

Conv.

Printing

ICS

MIS

Prepress

ICS

MIS

Sheet

ConvPrint

ICS

MIS

Binding

ICS

MIS

Integ.

DigiPrint

ICS

TBD

MIS

DOMAIN

ICS

MIS Base ICS

Base ICS

JDF Specification

ICS Document Structure


Base ics

Base ICS

  • Conformance requirements that are common to all other ICS documents

  • includes the conformance requirements for

    • Hot Folders,

    • string Attribute Lengths,

    • specific generic JDF Elements

    • specific generic JMF Messages

      • Job Submission


Mis ics

MIS ICS

  • Interoperability requirements related to the communication between MIS and production equipment.

  • Generic requirements for all stages of the production process

    • pre-press

    • Press

    • post-press

  • Focus on the main JDF structure

    • JDF submission from an MIS to a Device

    • Device communication back to the MIS


Mis prepress

MIS-Prepress

  • Defines the Interface between the MIS and Prepress focused on Conventional Printing.

  • Processes for a Prepress Workflow System that produces:

    • Proofs

    • Plates

    • Previews.


Mis sheetfed offset

MIS-Sheetfed-Offset

  • This ICS defines the interoperability requirements for JDF Sheet-Fed Offset Printing


Prepress sheetfed offset

Prepress - Sheetfed offset

  • Describes the interface between a Prepress Workflow System and a Conventional Sheet Fed Printing Press Controller.

  • Defines how a Prepress Workflow System dynamically communicates with a Press Controller in order to deliver

    • previews used for evaluating ink zone settings

    • information about plates.


Mis binding

MIS-Binding

  • Defines the conformance requirements for:

    • Saddle Stitching

    • Soft-cover and

    • Hardcover Binding devices.

  • Specifies

    • JDF Instances,

    • JDF Messages

    • JDF Processes


Mis digital print

MIS-Digital Print

  • Specifies the Conformance Requirements for Integrated Digital Printing Devices.

    • integrated digital printing systems with in-line finishing capabilities.

      • black and white and

      • limited color

    • Encompasses production printing IPP semantics.


Cip4 interoperability event status

CIP4 Interoperability Event Status

  • CIP4 hosted Interoperability first test event in May 2003

  • Regular 3-4 month interval

  • Next April 2005

  • Previous One was January in Heidelberg, Germany

    • Goals are:

      • Integration of products from various vendors

      • Pinpoint ambiguous areas in the specification

      • Deine and Test Drupa Interoperability

    • More than 60 Participants from >15 Companies

  • Next Event: Tomorrow, here in Pittsburgh

  • Events are closed door

    • Goal is to enhance the standard and enable interoperability

    • NOT to find scapegoats / heroes


Jdf interoperability

JDF Interoperability

JDF Conformance

F(t)

JDF Transport

JDF Content


Jdf conformance interoperability levels

JDF Conformance Interoperability Levels

  • None (Fax, Phone, Job Sheet)

  • JDF wrapper with many custom extensions

  • Customized JDF in Prototype Applications

  • 1-1 Customized JDF in hand-selected customer sites (beta or customer Project)

  • ICS-Based Standard JDF in hand-selected customer sites

  • Out of the box applications using ICS-based Standard JDF


Jdf transport interoperability levels

JDF Transport Interoperability Levels

  • None (Fax, Phone, Job Sheet)

  • JDF File written to hard coded folder. (one way)

  • Two way JDF File exchange to hard coded folders (inbox, outbox)

  • JDF sent to File or HTTP URL as specified in the JDF

  • JDF + JMF Signaling from Device to Controller

  • JDF + Dynamic, bidirectional JMF exchange


Jdf content interoperability levels

JDF Content Interoperability Levels

  • None (Fax, Phone, Job Sheet)

  • Customer Name, Time, Date

  • 2. + rough description of workflow steps

  • 2. + Vendor-specific subsets of ICS including vendor-specific misinterpretations

  • Complete ICS Functionality

  • Complete description of the workflow


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