Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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

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

Uses of Severity in javax.print.attribute.standard
 

Fields in javax.print.attribute.standard declared as Severity
static Severity Severity.ERROR
          Indicates that the PrinterStateReason is an "error" (most severe).
static Severity Severity.REPORT
          Indicates that the PrinterStateReason is a "report" (least severe).
static Severity Severity.WARNING
          Indicates that the PrinterStateReason is a "warning." An implementation may choose to omit some or all warnings.
 

Methods in javax.print.attribute.standard that return Severity
 Severity PrinterStateReasons.put(PrinterStateReason reason, Severity severity)
          Adds the given printer state reason to this printer state reasons attribute, associating it with the given severity level.
 

Methods in javax.print.attribute.standard with parameters of type Severity
 Set<PrinterStateReason> PrinterStateReasons.printerStateReasonSet(Severity severity)
          Obtain an unmodifiable set view of the individual printer state reason attributes at the given severity level in this PrinterStateReasons attribute.
 Severity PrinterStateReasons.put(PrinterStateReason reason, Severity severity)
          Adds the given printer state reason to this printer state reasons attribute, associating it with the given severity level.
 

Constructor parameters in javax.print.attribute.standard with type arguments of type Severity
PrinterStateReasons(Map<PrinterStateReason,Severity> map)
          Construct a new printer state reasons attribute that contains the same PrinterStateReason-to-Severity mappings as the given map.
 


Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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