JAVA SIMPLEDOC PRINT PDF

public static void main(String[] args) throws IOException { FileInputStream in = new FileInputStream(“”); Doc doc = new SimpleDoc(in, DocFlavor. private boolean printData(PrintService printService, String printText) { try { SimpleDoc doc; doc = new SimpleDoc(es(), vor . DocPrintJob; import xception; import ervice; import erviceLookup; import Doc; import.

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Be sure to empty the print queue first. I don’t think there are printers or printer drivers that understand PDF files at least not in the standard JREso this approach likely won’t work.

I have a program jzva printing a pdf file that was generated using the iText 2 package. The Doc implementation is required to support this method if the DocFlavor has one of the following print data representation classes, and return null otherwise: I just checked your code here at my place. I’m wondering if anyone can point me somewhere that can help me understand how I might need to format or setup the pdf so that I can print it correctly.

Another possibility is that your drivers are out of date. Or just to be able to print? Unmodifiable set of printing attributes for this doc, or null to obtain all attribute values from the job’s attribute set. By the way, could you take a moment and change your displayed name to your real or at least real-sounding first and last name?

Thanks for your help. It prints fine, but it just prints out tons of characters, not the printt document I’m sending to the printer. You are using the default printer. 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 value of attribute X in the job’s attribute set. Because I face the ximpledoc problem as you If a reader cannot be provided because this doc does not meet the criteria stated above, null is returned.

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When you say this code works for me, does that mean it works for you to be able to print pdfs? This tiny ad doesn’t respect those rules:. Pierre Antoine ] simpledooc September 11, This duplicates the effort of the volunteers at the Ranch and wastes people’s valuable time.

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What I’m needing to do is send a pdf document to the printer upon user request. Hello Val, Thanks for sharing this code. Clients may prefer to use provide their own implementation of doc that adds a listener to monitor job completion and to validate that resources such as streams are freed ie closed.

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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. Print data representation object. This library can render PDFs; it should be possible to adapt it to print them as well if it can’t do that out of the box. Print a document using java API. If you cannot do it via Java, I suggest downloading it, because it works and unless you need something for Java only to do Post Your Answer Discard By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of serviceprivacy policy and cookie policyand that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies.

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I don’t think there are printers or printer drivers that understand PDF files. The Doc simpleoc is required to support this method if the DocFlavor has one of the following print data representation classes; otherwise this method returns null: When your printer needs to be found, it would be something like “searching for printer” and when you are connecting to the printer, it would be “connecting” or so.

I’m able to figure out the rest of the pieces, in regards to user input and determining pages of the pdf, except I don’t see how I will be able to print the pdf.

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The following sipmledoc worked perfectly for me, except for some page margin which is of course can be adjusted:. SimpleDoc All Implemented Interfaces: How do I know the input stream is ;rint It can handle all of the presently defined “pre-defined” doc flavors defined as static variables in the DocFlavor class. I want to print a document using java however, the program is successful but my printer is not printing anything. It is indeed “java document”, “spooling” depends on the actual status of the print job.

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