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ah here it is, (http://www.dosadi.com/pub/reports/Ricoh%20IS300e.txt) yes it seems that your Ricoh supports what woyuld be needed. If you take advantage of those fetaures you could let the users setup ‘profiles’ of the settings that they would like, you save the profiles (it would just be text in most cases and easily streamed to xml, bin, etc) and later you can execute the ‘profile’ without (in most cases) and ui showing up.
Somehow it seems that many look thru the spec and come away with the feeling that they want to manipulate capabilites one by one when (depending on the device) there is a much easier way.
If you take a look at openTwain (http://www.codeplex.com/opentwain) and if it seems to provide basically what you need I’ll help you wire up the pdf support and you’d just be left with the sql code, which in most cases isn’t tricky, BOCTAOE.
What kind of project are you working on? (and feel free to tell me to leave your thread alone)