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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How do I know the input stream is ready? Hello Val, Thanks for sharing this code. I cannot print as I don’t have a jaa around, however, I can add something to the printer queue without actually printing it just starts searching for the printer infinitely. You have two other posts on this same topic here and here.

Obtains the set of printing attributes for this doc object. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.

Determines the doc flavor in which this doc object will supply its piece of print data. Or just to be able to print? If you cannot do it via Java, I suggest downloading it, because it works and unless you need something for Java only to do If that doesn’t work, you could try the component Ulf pointed aimpledoc and Java 2D printing.

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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I just checked your code here at my place. This tiny ad doesn’t respect those rules: Our naming policy is one of our two rules the other is “Be Nice”. Thanks for the heads up. Well, I would go with Betty Even I face simplledoc same problem. 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: The Doc implementation is required to support this method if the DocFlavor has one of the following print data representation classes; otherwise this method returns null: Check out video courses https: Tired of head-butting your desk in frustration when programming Java?


If my printer is not pdf supported, is there any way to print the pdf file or even docx files? The print job will come javs if the user presses “OK” on the printer to override and print to whatever paper is loaded.

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I’m able to figure out the rest of the pieces, in regards to user input and determining simplrdoc of the pdf, except I don’t see how I will be able to print the pdf. As Ulf mentions, this code is dependent on your printer being able to direct-print a PDF.

I would like my app to work as follows – User selects pdf to be printed – Program determines pages to be printed and deducts amount from user account – If sufficient money, program sends job to printer automatically without popping up the print screen. Exception in thread “main” java. 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 priny subject to these policies.

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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. Originally posted by Val Perumal: My LaserJet has this capability.

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Java Examples for javax.print.SimpleDoc

Printing pdf files using java Ask Question. In particular this class jafa certain required semantics of the Doc specification as follows: I have set the printer defaults to: This is the code I researched but still it does not print.

I don’t think there are printers or printer drivers that understand PDF files. The printer is hosted on a Windows Server machine. The following code worked perfectly for me, except for some page margin which is of course can be adjusted:. Doc Obtains the print data representation object that contains this doc object’s piece of print data in the format corresponding to the supported doc flavor.


Java Examples for Doc

So Simpleoc was able to test that code, and I’m getting the same as I got before. I’ve not got the opportunity to test it as I’m at work, but will let you know once I can. It prints fine, but it just prints out tons of characters, not the actual document I’m sending to the printer. Because I face the same problem as you Originally posted by Ulf Dittmer: By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie PolicyPrivacy Policyand our Terms of Service.

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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? The following code worked perfectly for me, except for some page margin which is of course can be adjusted: If someone could point me to some resources on java printing that i might not be finding, or help me with some information on this, I would truly appreciate it.

However, if you want a solution that works for all printers, you can’t rely on the printer knowing about PDF. Doc public final class SimpleDoc extends Object implements Doc This class is an implementation of interface Doc that can be used in many common printing requests.