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Java Examples for javax.print.SimpleDoc
Does it mava when you print on a different printer? Leaving this here for now for reference. Post as a guest Name. You can for example provide an InputStream in this way: InputStream And the problem is there: Print pdf in network printer using java Ask Question.
If an input stream cannot be provided because this doc does not meet the criteria stated above, null is returned.
Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Any help would gr Reader The doc’s print data representation object is used to construct and return a Reader for reading the print data as a ismpledoc of characters from the print data representation object. Aaron Digulla k 83 What I did was simpldeoc the string into an jaava stream, and changed DocFlavor. Any idea what I’m doing wrong here? I would find that downright charming.
In particular this class implements certain required semantics of the Doc specification as follows: Unmodifiable set of printing attributes for this doc, or null to obtain all attribute values from the job’s attribute set. The returned attribute set is unmodifiable. Obtains a reader for extracting character print data from this doc. If the print data is a stream, jvaa a print job requests data as a stream, then SimpleDoc does not monitor if the service properly closes the stream after data transfer completion or job termination.
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Clients who want to re-use the doc object in other jobs, or need a MultiDoc will not want to use this class. My first guess would be that new DocFlavor. Then, an input stream for reading the print data from the print data representation object as a stream of bytes is created and returned.
Java example source code file (SimpleDoc.java)
To render it, change the actual code: Which framework do you use to parse and print the PDF? Post as a guest Name. The getPrintData method returns an instance of the representation class whose name is given by getDocFlavor. SimpleDoc All Implemented Interfaces: Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.
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The above code intiate the printing activity but the problem is that I get only encode character in print. That documentation contains more detailed, developer-targeted descriptions, with conceptual overviews, definitions of terms, workarounds, and working code examples. However, if the print data representation object is itself an input stream then the print data representation object is simply returned.
What can I do to fix this code and make it print? So, the first thing you should do is checking which flavors are supported by your printer.
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This is what I have so far: However, if the print data representation object is itself a Reader then the print data representation object is simply returned. Determines the doc flavor in which this doc object will supply its piece of print data. If the returned attribute set includes an instance of a particular attribute X, the printer must use that attribute value for this doc, overriding any si,pledoc of attribute X in the job’s attribute set.
If a reader cannot be simpleoc because this doc does not meet the criteria stated above, null is returned. But when it gets to the printer I am looking for, I then get the following error: