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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However, if you want a solution that works for all printers, you can’t rely on the printer knowing about PDF.

This tiny ad doesn’t respect those sompledoc In particular this class implements certain required semantics of the Doc specification as follows: Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.

java printing – printing a pdf (Beginning Java forum at Coderanch)

Thank you very much, and welcome to JavaRanch. Hello John, Were you able to print the pdf file? Pierre Antoine ] [ September 11, I’m able to ajva 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. 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.

The returned attribute set is unmodifiable.

Post as a guest Name. I don’t think there are printers or printer drivers that understand PDF files at least not in the jaava JREso this approach likely won’t work.

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Java Examples for javax.print.SimpleDoc

Description copied from interface: 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. This code works for me adapted from the example in the java api import java. Use is subject to license terms. PDF not supported by printer: Sign up using Email and Password. Whose rules are you playing by? Obtains the set of printing attributes for this doc object.

Java Code Examples of Doc

DocFlavor getDocFlavor Determines the doc flavor in which this doc object will supply its piece of print data. If my printer is not pdf supported, is there any way to print the pdf file or even docx files? Here is the code for creating the print job: Printing pdf files using java Ask Question. How do I know the input mava is ready? As Ulf mentions, this code is dependent on your printer being able to direct-print a PDF.

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. I’m sorry, my bad. The print job will come out if the user presses “OK” on the printer to override and print to whatever paper is loaded.

Thanks for your help. So I was able to test that code, and I’m getting the same as I got before.

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I just checked your code here at my place. The code as you have it right now, edited according to my comments below your question, will work. This is the code I researched but still it does not print. If the returned attribute set does simpledod include an instance of a particular attribute X or if null is returned, the printer must consult the job’s attribute set to obtain the value for javaa X, and if not found there, the printer must use an implementation-dependent default value.

You are using the default printer. JustOnce 43 1 9. Do you have any ideas on how to print pdf files or other file format?

I want to print a document using java however, the program is successful but my printer is not printing anything. I need it to print directly without user intervention, as the same file prints directly from Adobe Reader without this problem. Prinr for the heads up. Low-end consumer printers typically won’t do PDF directly; larger office and production printers mostly will do PDF and lots of other formats directly.

My LaserJet has this capability. You can change it here.