Class rJob. | +rJob The pages in the document to be printed by this PrinterJob are drawn by the. import rJob; import ; import ervice ; import erviceLookup; import l. The printing itself is still handeled by the PrinterJob of Java. import PrinterJob; import ; import ervice.
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As well as allowing the user to select the destination printer, the user can also select values of various print request attributes.
Creates a new PageFormat instance and sets it to a default size and orientation. Returns the clone of page with its settings adjusted to be compatible with the current printer of this PrinterJob. If a supported attribute-value is specified in this attribute set, it will take precedence over the API settings for this print operation only.
Email Required, but never shown. See Printable for an explanation of the required behaviour of a Printable to ensure optimal printing via PrinterJob. To present the cross platform print dialog for all services, including native ones instead use printDialog PrintRequestAttributeSet.
The attributes parameter on input will reflect the client’s required initial selections in the user dialog. Calls painter to render the pages in the specified format. If the user cancels the dialog, the attributes will not reflect any changes made by the user. Use is subject to license terms. If a client uses the Printable interface, then the attributes parameter to this method is examined for attributes which specify media by sizeorientation, and imageable area, and those are used to construct a new PageFormat which is passed to the Printable object’s print method.
You can also follow these steps. Also see the documentation redistribution policy. A convenience method which displays a cross-platform page setup dialog. The default implementation ignores the attribute set. Selections may be updated by the implementation to be consistent with the supported values for the currently selected print service. This only works on Linux, right? If I use document. Calls painter to render the pages. The PageFormat of each page is format.
If the user cancels the dialog, the attributes will not reflect any changes made by the user, and the return value will be null.
Here is my code: Associate this PrinterJob with a new PrintService. Queries document for the number of pages and the PageFormat and Printable for each page held in the Pageable instance, document. If there is no print job in progress then this call does nothing.
PrinterJob: print() : PrinterJob « java.awt.print « Java by API
Clones the PageFormat argument and alters the clone to describe a default page size and orientation. Mirko Seifert 4 7.
The printing itself is still handeled by the PrinterJob of Java. I found some printers which do so e.
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Calculates a PageFormat with values consistent with those supported by the current PrintService for this job ie the value returned by getPrintService and media, printable area and orientation contained in attributes. Applications that need to prlnterjob if there are suitable printers before creating a PrinterJob should ensure that the array returned from lookupPrintServices is not empty.
NullPointerException – if attributes parameter is null. Attributes which are not specified display using the default uava the service.
Returns the service printer for this printer job. Attributes not specified display using the default for the service. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Services returned from this method may be installed on PrinterJob s which support print services.
Note that some attributes may be set directly on the PrinterJob by equivalent method calls, for examplecopies: On return it will reflect the user’s choices.
The following behaviour is specified for PageFormat: