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I have to set the value of docflavor to print the. I am using HP Deskjet F printer for this. Additionally a few historical names supported by earlier versions of the Java platform may be recognized.
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String — The print data consists of the Unicode characters in the string. Identifies the attributes that are unsupported for a print request in the context of a particular DocFlavor. Focflavor is subject to license terms. Locates MultiDoc print Services capable of printing MultiDocs containing all the specified doc flavors. Renderable image object — The client supplies an object that implements interface RenderableImage. Every instance of the Java virtual machine has a default character encoding determined during virtual-machine startup and typically depends upon the locale and charset being used by the underlying docflacor system.
This convenience method will return the value docfpavor the specified parameter if one was specified in the mime type for this flavor. Sign up using Email and Password.
Not working, I made change you have suggested,but still no printing activity. This specifies the fully-qualified name of the class of the object from which the actual print data comes, as returned by the Class.
This is not appropriate as part of a service matching constraint. Email Required, but never shown. IANA Charset Registration Procedures docdlavor where historical names are returned for compatibility with previous versions of the Java platform. Client Formatted Print Data There are two broad categories of print data, client formatted print data and service formatted print data. The media type, media subtype, and parameter names are converted to lowercase.
Support for the above doc flavors is desirable so a printing client can rely on being able to print on any JPS printer, regardless of which doc flavors the printer doclfavor. Thus, two doc flavors with MIME types that are not identical but that are equivalent that have the same canonical form may be considered equal. For client formatted print datathe client determines or knows the print data format. By this coincidence that particular case may work without specifying the encoding of platform data.
True if this doc flavor object equals objdocflavoor otherwise.
Determines the doc flavor in which this doc object will supply its piece of print data. The doc flavor’s representation class denotes an interface whose methods the DocPrintJob invokes to determine the content to be printed — such as a renderable image interface or a Java printable interface.
For example the client may have a JPEG encoded image, a URL for HTML code, or a disk file containing plain text in some encoding, possibly obtained from an external source, and requires a way to describe the data format to the print service. Thus the class name for byte is “[B”for char it is “[C”. Each docflavog value is enclosed in quotes.
Java Examples for javax.print.DocFlavor
Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. The bytes are encoded in the character set specified by the doc flavor’s MIME type. The given MIME type is converted into canonical form and stored internally. Sign up using Facebook. The parameter values retain their original case, except a charset parameter value for a text media type is converted to docflavro.
Thus, if two doc flavor objects’ MIME types are the same except for comments, they are considered equal. Queries the factory for the document flavors that can be accepted by printers obtained from this factory.
Java example source code file (PrintAutoSenseData.java)
URL provides predefined static constant DocFlavor objects. Post as a guest Name. DocFlavor does, and can be used in services which need this.
In a distributed environment there is no gurantee that two VM’s share the same default encoding. Quoting backslash characters inside parameter values are removed.
DocFlavor (Java Platform SE 7 )
Specifically, the following doc flavors are recommended to be supported: Returns this doc flavor object’s MIME type string based on the canonical form. String representing a mime parameter, or null if that parameter is not in the mime type string. See character encodings for more information on the character encodings supported on the Java platform.
DataFlavor includes a human presentable name as part of the serialized representation. Developers working in the English locales should be particularly conscious of this, as their platform encoding corresponds to the default mime charset.
Design Rationale Class DocFlavor in package javax. For service formatted print data, the print data representation class is typically one of the following although other representation classes are permitted.
The parameters are arranged in ascending order of parameter name. A DocPrintJob obtains its print data by means of interface Doc. DataFlavor does not guarantee that equivalent data docflavpr will have the same serialized representation. Reader as the print data representation class.