I have a further question on this: I have a program for printing a pdf file that was generated using the iText 2 package. The file is created as an A4 document. The program is able to load the file and send the print job - it reaches the printer, but on the printer the control panel prompts the user to load A4, Plain Paper. The print job will come out if the user presses 'OK' on the printer to override and print to whatever paper is loaded. I need it to print directly without user intervention, as the same file prints directly from Adobe Reader without this problem. I also need it to print 2 copies and it only prints one.
I've been googling information on how to print a pdf in java, and it seems that the java print api is used more for printing from a swing app. Printing PDF files from Java is something that raises a lot of general questions, so this short article is a general guide to the options available. Java itself contains a built-in print system (JPS). JPS itself does not internally support the PDF file format. There are 3 ways to print PDF files in Java:- 1. How to print PDFs automatically. This is to call Adobe Reader with the /t flag. I remember printing PDF with no issues using Java Print API.
Here is the code for creating the print job: PrintRequestAttributeSet preqats = new HashPrintRequestAttributeSet(); preqats.add(new Copies(2)); preqats.add(MediaTray.MAIN); preqats.add(MediaSizeName.ISO_A4); job.print(doc, preqats); I am running this on a Windows 7 32-bit machine. Printer model is HP LJ P3015.
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The printer is hosted on a Windows Server 2003 machine. I have set the printer defaults to: Paper size = A4 Paper source = Auto Paper Type = Unspecified In the printer setup I have selected the paper size and types to Auto and unspecified.
Originally Posted By eric10mm: Is there a reference as to dates of manufacture by serial number for Bushmaster rifles? It seems Bushmaster is willing to stand behind their products. They even suggested exchanging the rifle but Sportsman's Warehouse won't allow it. I'm glad I'm working with a company that is dedicated to making their customers happy. That may be why Bushmaster is the number one AR-15 sold today. Bushmaster date of manufacture database? Originally Posted By eric. Is there a reference as to dates of manufacture by serial number for Bushmaster rifles? XM-15 RIFLES HERITAGE. RELIABILITY Those three words are the foundation of Bushmaster. It's why our customers have depended on us for over 35 years, in all. The serial number on my lower is L054XXX, and according the guy at Windham, post-94 AWB serial numbers start at L063000. Ain't a doubt in my mind that it's pre-94, I'm just looking for a confirmed born-on date if I can find one. Bushmaster serial number manufacture date. Spent some time last week with Bushmaster trying to find the original date of manufacture. No luck, records don't go back that far (LOL). Lady I spoke with told me any serial number L051000 or lower was an assembled Pre-Ban Rifle.
Serial number lookup. So in PrintRequestAttributes or DocPrintJobAttributes how do I make sure my print job is not trying to override the default paper type?
Printing PDF files from Java is something that raises a lot of general questions, so this short article is a general guide to the options available. Java itself contains a built-in print system (JPS). JPS itself does not internally support the PDF file format. There are 3 ways to print PDF files in Java:- 1. Use a printer which directly supports PDF files and use JPS to send the data directly to it. All the work is done by the printer, often in hardware so this is a brilliant solution if you can precisely define the printers used but does not provide a generic solution. If you want to try this, here is some generic code FileInputStream fis = new FileInputStream(“C:/mypdf.pdf”); Doc pdfDoc = new SimpleDoc(fis, null, null); DocPrintJob printJob = printService.createPrintJob(); printJob.print(pdfDoc, new HashPrintRequestAttributeSet()); fis.close(); 2.
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Print from Java using a non-java application Java allows you to access non-java code so that you can access Acrobat, Ghostscript, CUPS or any other solution. You can do this with the Java command Runtime.getRuntime().exec(“commands”); Again, this works if you have control of the exact platforms and software available but does not provide a generic solution. Print using JPS JPS does not include PDF support, but it does have hooks to allow any Java program to print content to any printer. A number of Java PDF libraries offer printing – including ours! They essentially convert the PDF into a rendered page which JPS then prints.