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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Byte array byte — The print data consists of the bytes in the array. Developers working in the English locales should be particularly conscious of this, as their platform encoding corresponds to the default mime charset.
In general, preformatted autosense print data is provided in a byte oriented representation class byte array, InputStream, URL. InputStream as the print data representation class. Maybe UTF-8 is unsupported? InputStream — The print data consists of the bytes read from the stream up to the end-of-stream.
String representing a mime parameter, or null if that parameter is not in the mime type string. Use is subject to license terms.
Java Examples for javax.print.DocFlavor
The media type, media subtype, and parameter names are converted to lowercase. This name is internally converted to the canonical lower case format before performing the match. Also see the documentation redistribution policy.
Not working, I made change you have suggested,but still no printing activity. The media type, media subtype, and parameters are retained, but all comments and whitespace characters are discarded. That documentation contains more detailed, developer-targeted descriptions, with conceptual overviews, definitions of terms, workarounds, and working code examples.
For client formatted print data, the print data representation class is typically one of the following although other representation classes are permitted: Determines if this doc flavor object is equal to the given object. URL provides predefined static constant DocFlavor objects. Thus, if two doc flavor objects’ MIME types are the same except for comments, they are considered equal.
The implementation of class java. Always query the print service to determine what doc flavors it supports.
Quote characters surrounding parameter values are removed. The preferred form is the official IANA primary name for an encoding. A DocPrintJob obtains its print data by means of interface Doc.
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Java Print Service API User Guide: 3 – Specifying Document Types
This MIME type is just a placeholder; what’s important is the print data representation class. The service may be some form of network print service which is executing in a different environment. I have to set the value of docflavor to print the.
It only prints the jpeg format file. 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. Specifically, the following doc flavors are recommended to be supported: In a distributed environment there is no gurantee that two VM’s share the same default encoding. When the representation class is a URL, the print service itself accesses and downloads the document directly from its URL address, without involving the client.
Class DocFlavor’s serialized representation also contains the fully-qualified class name of the representation class a String objectrather than the representation class itself a Class object. MIME type string based on the canonical form. RenderableImage” A Java Print Service instance is allowed to support any other doc flavors or none in addition to the above mandatory ones, at the implementation’s choice.
It can’t print the text file.
Thus clients which want to 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.
Applications which stream text data should always specify the charset in the mime type, which necessitates obtaining the encoding of the host platform for data eg files stored in that platform’s encoding. This also means you should not use a URL print data flavor to print a document stored in a local file that is not available at a URL accessible independently of the client.
In fact, a developer using this class should never assume that a particular print service supports the document types corresponding to these pre-defined doc flavors. 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.
String as the print data representation class.