Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

Uses of Class
javax.print.attribute.standard.JobState

Packages that use JobState
javax.print.attribute.standard Package javax.print.attribute.standard contains classes for specific printing attributes. 
 

Uses of JobState in javax.print.attribute.standard
 

Fields in javax.print.attribute.standard declared as JobState
static JobState JobState.ABORTED
          The job has been aborted by the system (usually while the job was in the PROCESSING or PROCESSING_STOPPED state), the printer has completed aborting the job, and all job status attributes have reached their final values for the job.
static JobState JobState.CANCELED
          The job has been canceled by some human agency, the printer has completed canceling the job, and all job status attributes have reached their final values for the job.
static JobState JobState.COMPLETED
          The job has completed successfully or with warnings or errors after processing, all of the job media sheets have been successfully stacked in the appropriate output bin(s), and all job status attributes have reached their final values for the job.
static JobState JobState.PENDING
          The job is a candidate to start processing, but is not yet processing.
static JobState JobState.PENDING_HELD
          The job is not a candidate for processing for any number of reasons but will return to the PENDING state as soon as the reasons are no longer present.
static JobState JobState.PROCESSING
          The job is processing.
static JobState JobState.PROCESSING_STOPPED
          The job has stopped while processing for any number of reasons and will return to the PROCESSING state as soon as the reasons are no longer present.
static JobState JobState.UNKNOWN
          The job state is unknown.
 


Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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