Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

Uses of Package
javax.print.event

Packages that use javax.print.event
javax.print Provides the principal classes and interfaces for the JavaTM Print Service API. 
javax.print.event Package javax.print.event contains event classes and listener interfaces. 
 

Classes in javax.print.event used by javax.print
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.
 

Classes in javax.print.event used by javax.print.event
PrintEvent
          Class PrintEvent is the super class of all Print Service API 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.
PrintJobListener
          Implementations of this listener interface should be attached to a DocPrintJob to monitor the status of the printer job.
PrintServiceAttributeEvent
          Class PrintServiceAttributeEvent encapsulates an event a Print Service instance reports to let the client know of changes in the print service state.
 


Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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