what does portedDocFlavors returns for you? Maybe UTF-8 is unsupported? Edit: “text/plain; charset=utf-8” seems to be unsupported. Try. This page provides Java code examples for vor. The examples are extracted from open source Java projects from GitHub. Class _STREAM provides predefined static constant DocFlavor objects for example doc flavors using a byte stream (tream) as.
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Reader as the print data representation class. The printer calls methods in that interface to obtain the pages to be printed, one by one. 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 jva the printer supports.
This name is internally converted to the canonical lower case format before performing the match. I have to set the value of docflavor to print the. Printable object — The client supplies an object that implements interface Printable.
This means you should not use a URL print data flavor to print a document at a restricted URL that the client can see but the printer cannot see. Thus, when spooling a file in local encoding to a Java Print Service it is important to correctly specify the encoding.
The media type, media subtype, and parameters iava retained, but all comments and whitespace characters are discarded. Thus clients which want docfflavor stream platform encoded text data from the host platform to a Java Print Service instance must explicitly declare the charset and not rely on defaults. String representing a mime parameter, or null if that parameter is not in the mime type string. This specifies the fully-qualified name of the class of the object from which the actual print data docfoavor, as returned by the Class.
The charset for text types is a commonly useful example. This also means you should not use a URL print data flavor to print xocflavor document stored in a local file that is not available at a URL accessible independently of the client.
Specifically, the following doc flavors are recommended to be supported: The doc flavor’s MIME type is one of the standard media types telling how to interpret the kava of characters or bytes. DataFlavor does not guarantee that equivalent data flavors will have the same serialized representation. However, developers who have print services that support these doc flavors are encouraged to refer to the predefined singleton instances created here.
Quoting backslash characters inside parameter values are removed. For client formatted print datathe client determines or knows the print data format. Sign up using Facebook.
Sign up using Email and Password. MIME type string based on the canonical form. Furthermore, every Java Print Service instance must fulfill these requirements for processing plain text print data: It only prints the jpeg format file.
InputStream” Renderable image objects. The doc flavor’s representation class is a conduit for the JPS DocPrintJob to obtain a sequence of characters or bytes from the client. Developers working in the English locales should be particularly conscious of this, as their platform encoding corresponds to the default mime charset.
Not working, I made change you have suggested,but still no printing activity. That assumes the default encoding for the user’s locale.
The bytes are encoded in the character set specified by the doc flavor’s MIME type. Also note that this is different than the behaviour of the Java runtime when interpreting a stream of bytes as text data. IANA Charset Registration Procedures except where historical names are returned for compatibility with previous versions of the Java platform. A Doc object also lets the DocPrintJob obtain an instance of the doc flavor’s representation class, from which the DocPrintJob then obtains the actual print data.
The character pair carriage return-line feed CR-LF means “go to column 1 of the next line. Maybe UTF-8 is unsupported? The service may be some form of network print service which is executing in a different environment.