Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

javax.print.attribute.standard
Class JobOriginatingUserName

java.lang.Object
  extended by javax.print.attribute.TextSyntax
      extended by javax.print.attribute.standard.JobOriginatingUserName
All Implemented Interfaces:
Serializable, Cloneable, Attribute, PrintJobAttribute

public final class JobOriginatingUserName
extends TextSyntax
implements PrintJobAttribute

Class JobOriginatingUserName is a printing attribute class, a text attribute, that contains the name of the end user that submitted the print job. If possible, the printer sets this attribute to the most authenticated printable user name that it can obtain from the authentication service that authenticated the submitted Print Request. If such is not available, the printer uses the value of the RequestingUserName attribute supplied by the client in the Print Request's attribute set. If no authentication service is available, and the client did not supply a RequestingUserName attribute, the printer sets the JobOriginatingUserName attribute to an empty (zero-length) string.

IPP Compatibility: The string value gives the IPP name value. The locale gives the IPP natural language. The category name returned by getName() gives the IPP attribute name.

See Also:
Serialized Form

Constructor Summary
JobOriginatingUserName(String userName, Locale locale)
          Constructs a new job originating user name attribute with the given user name and locale.
 
Method Summary
 boolean equals(Object object)
          Returns whether this job originating user name attribute is equivalent to the passed in object.
 Class<? extends Attribute> getCategory()
          Get the printing attribute class which is to be used as the "category" for this printing attribute value.
 String getName()
          Get the name of the category of which this attribute value is an instance.
 
Methods inherited from class javax.print.attribute.TextSyntax
getLocale, getValue, hashCode, toString
 
Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
clone, finalize, getClass, notify, notifyAll, wait, wait, wait
 

Constructor Detail

JobOriginatingUserName

public JobOriginatingUserName(String userName,
                              Locale locale)
Constructs a new job originating user name attribute with the given user name and locale.

Parameters:
userName - User name.
locale - Natural language of the text string. null is interpreted to mean the default locale as returned by Locale.getDefault()
Throws:
NullPointerException - (unchecked exception) Thrown if userName is null.
Method Detail

equals

public boolean equals(Object object)
Returns whether this job originating user name attribute is equivalent to the passed in object. To be equivalent, all of the following conditions must be true:
  1. object is not null.
  2. object is an instance of class JobOriginatingUserName.
  3. This job originating user name attribute's underlying string and object's underlying string are equal.
  4. This job originating user name attribute's locale and object's locale are equal.

Overrides:
equals in class TextSyntax
Parameters:
object - Object to compare to.
Returns:
True if object is equivalent to this job originating user name attribute, false otherwise.
See Also:
Object.hashCode(), Hashtable

getCategory

public final Class<? extends Attribute> getCategory()
Get the printing attribute class which is to be used as the "category" for this printing attribute value.

For class JobOriginatingUserName, the category is class JobOriginatingUserName itself.

Specified by:
getCategory in interface Attribute
Returns:
Printing attribute class (category), an instance of class java.lang.Class.

getName

public final String getName()
Get the name of the category of which this attribute value is an instance.

For class JobOriginatingUserName, the category name is "job-originating-user-name".

Specified by:
getName in interface Attribute
Returns:
Attribute category name.

Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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