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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That documentation contains more detailed, developer-targeted descriptions, with conceptual overviews, definitions of terms, workarounds, and working code examples. SerializableCloneable Direct Known Subclasses: Nested classes inside class DocFlavor declare predefined static constant DocFlavor objects for these example doc flavors; class DocFlavor’s constructor can be used to create an arbitrary doc flavor.
Doccflavor — The print data consists of the Unicode characters in the string. Constructs a new doc flavor object from the given MIME type and representation class name.
Specifying Document Types
This allows a client to examine the doc flavors a Java Print Service instance supports without having to load the representation classes, which may be problematic for limited-resource clients. The media type, media subtype, and parameter names are converted docrlavor lowercase. InputStream as the print data representation class.
The bytes are encoded in the character set specified by the doc flavor’s MIME type. InputStream — The print data consists of the bytes read from the stream up to the end-of-stream.
It can’t print the text file. Also note that this is different than the behaviour of the Java runtime when interpreting a stream of bytes as text data. The value returned from method is valid only for the VM which returns it, for use in jsva DocFlavor.
Client Formatted Print Data There are two broad categories of print data, client formatted print data and service formatted print data. Determines if this doc flavor object is equal to the given object.
The doc flavor’s representation class is a conduit for the JPS DocPrintJob to obtain a sequence of characters or bytes from the client. The charset for text types is a commonly useful example.
Reader — The print data consists of the Unicode characters read from the stream up to the end-of-stream. Thus, if two doc flavor objects’ MIME types are the same except for comments, they are considered equal. For example the client may have a JPEG encoded image, a URL for HTML code, or a disk file containing plain docflagor in some encoding, possibly obtained from an external source, and requires a way to describe the data format to the print service.
For client formatted print datathe client determines or knows the print data format. 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. In a distributed environment there is no gurantee that two VM’s share the same default encoding. For client formatted print data, the print data representation class is typically one of the following although other representation dpcflavor are permitted: Mime types may include parameters which are usually optional.
Design Rationale Class DocFlavor in package javax.
String as the print data representation class. The implementation of class java. Returns this doc flavor object’s MIME type string based on the canonical form. Plain text print data provided through a byte stream.
The character pair carriage return-line feed CR-LF means “go to column 1 of the next line. Each parameter value is enclosed in quotes.
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.
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Docflafor Charset Registration Procedures except where historical names are returned for compatibility with previous versions of the Java platform. This is not appropriate as part of a service matching constraint. By this coincidence that particular case may work without specifying the encoding of platform data.
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The printer calls methods in that interface to obtain the image to be printed. 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 docf,avor that is, the MIME types have the same media type, media subtype, and parametersand has the same representation dofclavor name as this doc flavor object. 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.
This specifies the fully-qualified name of the class of the object from which the actual print data comes, as returned by the Class. String getRepresentationClassName Returns the name of this doc flavor object’s representation class.
URL provides predefined static constant DocFlavor objects. RenderableImage” A Java Print Service instance is allowed to support docflvaor other doc flavors or none in addition to the above mandatory ones, at the implementation’s choice. Sign up using Facebook.