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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MIME type string based on the canonical form. The media type, media subtype, and parameters are retained, but all comments and whitespace characters are discarded. Post as a guest Name. The parameters are arranged in ascending order of parameter name.

Printable object — The client supplies an object that implements interface Printable. Always query the print service to determine what doc flavors it supports.

Java Examples for javax.print.DocFlavor

InputStream as the print data representation class. Pageable object — The client supplies an object that implements interface Pageable.

Design Rationale Class DocFlavor in package javax. The charset for text types is a commonly useful example.

A CharSet which corresponds socflavor this and is suitable for use in a mime-type for a DocFlavor can be obtained from DocFlavor. To print such documents, let the client open an input stream on the URL or file and use an input stream data flavor. Use is subject to license terms. Additionally a few historical names supported by earlier versions of the Java platform may be recognized. I have to set the value of docflavor to print docflqvor.


Each parameter value is enclosed in quotes.

(Java Platform SE 6)

True if this doc flavor object equals objfalse otherwise. DataFlavor includes a human presentable name as part of the serialized representation.

The given MIME type is doocflavor into canonical form and stored internally. That assumes the default encoding for the user’s locale. Sep 17 ’09 at 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.

How to set DocFlavor for printservice in Java for WIndows – Stack Overflow

SerializableCloneable Direct Known Subclasses: 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 doocflavor a Jaca printable interface. Also note that this is different than the behaviour of the Java runtime when interpreting a stream of bytes as text data.

The character pair carriage return-line feed CR-LF means “go to column 1 of the next line. Character array char[] — The print data consists of the Unicde characters in the array.

As far as I understand your Windows printer cannot print text files. Pre-defined Doc Flavors A Java Print Service instance is not required to support the following print data formats and print data representation classes. The bytes are encoded in the character set specified by the doc flavor’s MIME type. String as the print data representation class. Thus, when spooling a file in jqva encoding to a Java Print Service it is important to correctly specify the encoding.


DocFlavor All Implemented Interfaces: In general, preformatted autosense print data is provided in a byte oriented representation class byte array, InputStream, URL.

A DocPrintJob obtains its print data by means of interface Doc.

I have written code to run the printer programatically in Java. InputStream” Renderable image objects. URL provides predefined static constant DocFlavor objects.

Specifying Document Types

However, developers who have print services that support these doc flavors are encouraged to refer to the predefined singleton instances created here. For example the client may have a JPEG encoded image, a URL for HTML code, or a disk file containing plain text in some encoding, possibly obtained from an external source, and javx a way to describe the data format to the print service. In a distributed environment there is no gurantee that two VM’s share the same default encoding.

Thus, two doc flavors with MIME types that are not identical but that are equivalent that have the same canonical form may be considered equal. Interface Nava provides doccflavor utility operations, getReaderForText and getStreamForBytesto help a Doc object’s client extract client formatted print data.

Returns this doc flavor object’s MIME type string based on the canonical form. Reader — The print data consists of the Unicode characters read from the stream up to the end-of-stream.