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IANA Charset Registration Procedures except where historical names are returned for compatibility with previous versions of the Java platform. A Doc object lets the DocPrintJob determine the doc flavor the client can supply.
It only prints the jpeg format file. If the printer doesn’t support the client’s preferred doc flavor, the client can at least print plain text, or the client can convert its data to a renderable focflavor and print the image. Sign up using Facebook. 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.
Constructs a new doc flavor object from the given MIME type and representation class name. 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.
The preferred form is the official IANA primary name for an encoding. Quote characters surrounding parameter values are removed. Mime types may include parameters which are usually optional. A CharSet which corresponds to this and is suitable for use in a mime-type for a DocFlavor can be obtained from DocFlavor.
This name is internally converted to the canonical lower case format before performing the match. Reader as the print data representation class.
Sign up or log in Sign up using Dicflavor. The media type, media subtype, and parameter names are converted to lowercase.
Every instance of the Java virtual machine has a default character encoding determined during virtual-machine startup and typically depends upon the locale and charset being used by the underlying operating system. Jaav does, and can be used in services which need this.
The given MIME type is converted into canonical form and stored internally. Printable object — The client supplies an object that implements interface Printable. A Doc object also lets the DocPrintJob docflavvor an instance of the doc flavor’s representation class, from which the DocPrintJob then obtains the actual print data. The charset for text types is a commonly useful example. For each page, the printer supplies a graphics context, and whatever the client draws in that graphics context gets jjava.
Design Rationale Class DocFlavor in package javax.
It would be nice to see the same output on Linux. Always query the print service to determine what doc flavors it supports.
Furthermore, every Java Print Service instance must fulfill these requirements for processing plain text javw data: To print such documents, let the client open an input stream on the URL or file and use an input stream data flavor. Maybe UTF-8 is unsupported? Post as a guest Name.
Determines the print data formats a client can specify when setting up a job for this PrintService. String — The print data consists of the Unicode characters in the string. A DocPrintJob obtains its print data by means of interface Doc. Specifically, the following doc flavor is recommended to be supported: Identifies the attributes that are unsupported for a print request in the context of a particular DocFlavor.
Quoting backslash characters inside parameter values are removed. Locates services that can be positively confirmed to support the combination of attributes and DocFlavors specified. Also see the documentation redistribution policy. Following is my code.