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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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. If a supported attribute-value is specified in this attribute set, it will take precedence over the API settings for printerjog print operation only. If there is no print job in progress then this call does nothing. If I use document.
The printing itself is still handeled by the PrinterJob of Java. The PageFormat of each page is format.
PrinterJob: print() : PrinterJob « java.awt.print « Java by API
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Use is subject to license terms. Throws PrinterException if the specified service cannot support the Pageable and Printable interfaces necessary to support 2D printing.
The attributes parameter on input will reflect the applications required initial selections in the user dialog. You can also follow these steps.
Attributes not specified display using the default for the service. The following behaviour is specified for PageFormat: These behaviours allow an application to directly pass the user settings returned from printDialog PrintRequestAttributeSet attributes to this print method. A convenience method which displays a cross-platform print dialog for all services which are capable of printing 2D graphics using ajva Pageable interface.
See Printable for an explanation of the required behaviour of a Printable to ensure optimal printing via PrinterJob.
PrinterJob: print() : PrinterJob « « Java by API
Presents a dialog printrrjob the user for changing the properties of the print job. I have an issue when trying to print a PDF file using Java. The following worked for me to print multiple PDF document with a print dialog: The selected printer when the dialog is initially displayed will reflect the print service currently attached to this print job.
An application calls methods in this class to set up a job, optionally to invoke a print dialog with the user, and then to print the pages of the job. Displays a dialog that allows modification of a PageFormat instance. If using the Pageable interface, clients which intend to use media selected by the user must create a PageFormat derived from the user’s selections.
Selections may be updated by the implementation to be consistent with the supported values for the currently selected print service. If the user cancels the dialog, the attributes will not reflect any changes made by the user, and the return value will be null.
Sets the name of the document to be printed. A convenience method which looks up 2D print printrejob. If no printers are available on the system, a PrinterJob will still be returned from this method, but getPrintService will return nulland calling print with printerjov PrinterJob might generate an exception.
If attributes is null a default PageFormat is returned. This method will display a native dialog if a native print service is selected, and user jaca of printers will be restricted to these native print services.
Calling this method does not update the job. If the user changes the print service, the PrinterJob will be updated to reflect this, unless the user cancels the dialog. The code only works with printers which are capable of interpreting the PDF on their own.
Associate this PrinterJob with a new PrintService. Prints a set of pages using the settings in the attribute set.
PrinterJob (Java Platform SE 7 )
Calling this method is equivalent to calling StreamPrintServiceFactory. The document name can not be null. For the selections to affect a printer job, the attributes must be specified in the call to the print PrintRequestAttributeSet method.
The values are not based on the original settings supplied by the prjnterjob. With the exception of selected printer, the PrinterJob state is not updated to reflect the user’s changes. Calling this method is equivalent to calling PrintServiceLookup. Applications that need to determine if there are suitable javq before creating a PrinterJob should ensure that the array returned from lookupPrintServices is not empty. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.