Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

Package javax.print.event

Package javax.print.event contains event classes and listener interfaces.

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Interface Summary
PrintJobAttributeListener Implementations of this interface are attached to a DocPrintJob to monitor the status of attribute changes associated with the print job.
PrintJobListener Implementations of this listener interface should be attached to a DocPrintJob to monitor the status of the printer job.
PrintServiceAttributeListener Implementations of this listener interface are attached to a PrintService to monitor the status of the print service.
 

Class Summary
PrintEvent Class PrintEvent is the super class of all Print Service API events.
PrintJobAdapter An abstract adapter class for receiving print job events.
PrintJobAttributeEvent Class PrintJobAttributeEvent encapsulates an event a PrintService reports to let the client know that one or more printing attributes for a PrintJob have changed.
PrintJobEvent Class PrintJobEvent encapsulates common events a print job reports to let a listener know of progress in the processing of the DocPrintJob.
PrintServiceAttributeEvent Class PrintServiceAttributeEvent encapsulates an event a Print Service instance reports to let the client know of changes in the print service state.
 

Package javax.print.event Description

Package javax.print.event contains event classes and listener interfaces.

They may be used to monitor both print services (such as printers going on-line & off-line), and the progress of a specific print job.

Please note: In the javax.print APIs, a null reference parameter to methods is incorrect unless explicitly documented on the method as having a meaningful interpretation. Usage to the contrary is incorrect coding and may result in a run time exception either immediately or at some later time. IllegalArgumentException and NullPointerException are examples of typical and acceptable run time exceptions for such cases.

Since:
1.4

Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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