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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DocFlavor getDocFlavor Determines the doc flavor in which this doc object will supply its piece of print data.

I’m wondering if anyone can point me somewhere that can help me understand how I might need to format or setup the pdf so that I can print it correctly. Originally posted by Ulf Dittmer: Reader getReaderForText Obtains a reader for extracting slmpledoc print data from this doc.

I have a program for printing a pdf file that was generated using the iText 2 package. The returned attribute set is unmodifiable. Email Required, but never shown.

Adobe reeader not designed for automated printing and has no extra features such as setting up a printer propertys, scalling page, page count, and other print options. I ain’t asking for API doc. Use is subject to license terms.

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It is indeed “java document”, “spooling” depends on the actual status of the print job. It prints fine, but it just prints out tons of characters, not the actual document I’m sending to the printer. The file is created as an A4 document. So I was able to test that code, and I’m getting the same as I got before.

Stack Overflow works best with JavaScript enabled. 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.

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By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie PolicyPrivacy Policyand our Terms of Service. Originally posted by Val Perumal: HashPrintRequestAttributeSet cannot be cast to javax. Canon iP series that is the output.

Thanks for your help. Exception in thread “main” java. To verify this is the case, try the following:. Another possibility is that your drivers are simpledpc of date.

InputStream The doc’s print data representation object is obtained. The Doc implementation is required to support this method if the DocFlavor has one of the following print data representation classes; otherwise simpeldoc method returns null: This code works for me adapted from the example in the java api import java. 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.

I could get the issue fixed with PDFRenderer. If a reader cannot be provided because this doc does not meet the criteria stated above, null is returned. This sets the parameters for the SimpleDoc so replace null with params. This duplicates the effort of the volunteers at the Ranch and wastes people’s valuable time. Unmodifiable set of printing attributes for jjava doc, or null to obtain all attribute values from the job’s attribute set.

The printer is hosted on a Windows Server machine. Print a document using java API.

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JustOnce 43 1 9. Well, I would go with Betty Hello Val, Thanks for sharing this code. Well done sorting it out.

In particular this class implements certain required semantics of the Doc specification as follows: I cannot print as I don’t have a printer around, however, I can add something to the printer queue without actually printing it just starts searching for the printer infinitely. 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?

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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. I just checked your code here at my place. I’ve not got the opportunity to test it as I’m at work, but will let you know once I can. 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: I’ve been googling information on how to print a pdf in javaand it seems that the java print api is used more for printing from a swing app.

However, if the print data representation object is itself an input stream then the print data representation object is simply returned. Or just sinpledoc be able to print? Problems in printing a PDF file in java. Check out video courses. The getPrintData method returns an instance of the representation class whose name is given by getDocFlavor.

The code as you have it right now, edited according to my comments below your question, will work. Clients who want simplddoc re-use the doc object in other jobs, or need a MultiDoc will not want to use this class.