Pool destination configuration model
Like the default destination configuration model, the pool destination configuration model has a one-to-many relationship between a logical destination and two or more actual destinations.
The pool destination configuration model, as shown in Figure 4. Pool destination configuration model, has a one-to-many relationship between a logical destination and two or more actual destinations.
This model is very effective when you have output devices that you want to group together based on things such as location, capability, speed, and capacity. You might also want to group them based on who uses them or who manages the output they generate. For example, all jobs sent to a specific group of printers come from the department that generates monthly statements for your customers. The jobs use the same set of job- and document-attribute defaults, including the form that they print on and the overlay they require. The printer operators responsible for the printers direct all of the output to a mail room for distribution. The pool model is also very beneficial in workload balancing.