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Topic: JOB JACKETS IN POSTSCRIPT
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 38753
From: EKDOTEEN
Date: 4/17/2002 08:23 PM

I would like to know that how does postscript support "Job Jackets*" and from where can I get detailed information on that?

*Job Jacket - "In the conventional publishing production process, any given job would change hands many times, Passed from on skill artisan to the next, the details of the job were read and processes executed based on instructions or parameters of the job. Because there were so many specialized processes involved in a single job, the details for each step were stored in a folder often called a Job Jacket. The Job Jacket served as a container identified by a single job that contained information about multiple tasks. "

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