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I have written code to run the printer programatically in Java. Sep 17 ’09 at URL provides predefined static constant DocFlavor objects. The two are equal if the given object is not null, is an instance of DocFlavorhas a MIME type equivalent to this doc flavor object’s MIME type that is, the MIME types have the same media type, media subtype, and parametersand has the same representation class name as this doc flavor object.
InputStream — The print data consists of the bytes read from the stream up to the end-of-stream. In addition to these attributes, some iSeries system-specific attributes will be implemented for all DocFlavors:. This convenience method will return the value of the specified parameter if one was specified in the mime type for this flavor. To print such documents, let the client open an input stream on the URL or file and use an input stream data flavor.
It only prints the jpeg format file.
Quoting backslash characters inside parameter values are removed. The application must then define the document to be printed by creating an instance of a Doc object, specifying the object that represents the data to be printed, a DocFlavor object that describes the type of data and optionally, a DocAttributeSet object. Renderable image object — The client supplies an object that implements interface RenderableImage.
This allows a client to docglavor the doc flavors a Java Print Service instance supports without having to load the representation classes, which may be problematic for limited-resource clients. RenderableImage” A Java Print Service instance is allowed to support dicflavor other doc flavors or none in addition to the above mandatory ones, at the implementation’s choice.
This MIME type is just a placeholder; what’s important is the print data representation class. Specifically, the following doc flavors are recommended to be supported: Always query the print service to determine what doc flavors it supports. Developers working in the English locales should be particularly conscious of this, as their platform encoding corresponds to the default mime charset.
As far as I understand your Windows printer cannot print text files. This name is internally converted to the canonical lower case format before performing the match. String representing a mime parameter, or null if that parameter is not in the mime type string.
The media type, media subtype, and parameter names are converted to lowercase. Pageable object — The client supplies an object that implements interface Pageable. True if this doc flavor object equals objfalse otherwise. 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.
For client formatted print data, the print data representation class is typically one of the following although other representation classes are permitted: String as the print data representation class. This is not appropriate as part of a service matching constraint.
Returns this doc flavor object’s MIME type string based on the canonical form. The value returned from method is valid only for the VM which returns it, for use in a DocFlavor. More Articles From Ken Dittrich. That assumes the default encoding for the user’s locale. 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.
Thus the class name for byte is “[B”for char it is “[C”. A DocFlavor object describes the data that’s to be printed by an instance of an iSeries PrintService instance. DocFlavor All Implemented Interfaces: IANA Charset Registration Procedures except where historical names are returned for compatibility with previous versions of the Java platform. For each page, the printer supplies a graphics context, and whatever the client draws in that graphics context gets printed.
The charset for text types is a commonly useful example. The parameter values retain their original case, except a charset parameter value for a text media type is converted to lowercase. Following is my code.
Using the Java Print Services APIs on the iSeries System
Each parameter value is enclosed in quotes. I have to set the value of docflavor to print the. Class DocFlavor’s serialized representation also contains the fully-qualified forr name of the representation class a String objectrather than the representation class itself a Class object.
Mime types may include parameters which are usually optional. For client formatted print datathe client determines or knows the print data format. The printer calls methods in that interface to obtain the image to be printed.
The doc flavor’s representation class denotes an interface whose methods the DocPrintJob invokes to determine the content to be printed — such as a renderable image interface or a Java printable interface.
InputStream” Renderable image objects.
_STREAM (Java Platform SE 7 )
Constructs a new doc flavor object from the given MIME type and representation class name. InputStream as the print data representation class.
Also note that this is different than the behaviour of the Java runtime when interpreting a stream of bytes as text data. The service may be some form of network print service dor is executing in a different environment.