public final class JobPriority extends IntegerSyntax implements PrintRequestAttribute, PrintJobAttribute
If a JobPriority attribute is specified for a Print Job, it specifies a priority for scheduling the job. A higher value specifies a higher priority. The value 1 indicates the lowest possible priority. The value 100 indicates the highest possible priority. Among those jobs that are ready to print, a printer must print all jobs with a priority value of n before printing those with a priority value of n-1 for all n.
If the client does not specify a JobPriority attribute for a Print Job and the printer does support the JobPriority attribute, the printer must use an implementation-defined default JobPriority value.
The client can always specify any job priority value from 1 to 100 for a job. However, a Print Service instance may support fewer than 100 different job priority levels. If this is the case, the Print Service instance automatically maps the client-specified job priority value to one of the supported job priority levels, dividing the 100 job priority values equally among the available job priority levels.
IPP Compatibility: The integer value gives the IPP integer value. The
category name returned by
getName() gives the IPP attribute
|Constructor and Description|
Construct a new job priority attribute with the given integer value.
|Modifier and Type||Method and Description|
Returns whether this job priority attribute is equivalent to the passed in object.
Get the printing attribute class which is to be used as the "category" for this printing attribute value.
Get the name of the category of which this attribute value is an instance.
public JobPriority(int value)
value- Integer value.
IllegalArgumentException- (Unchecked exception) Thrown if
valueis less than 1 or greater than 100.
public boolean equals(Object object)
objectis not null.
objectis an instance of class JobPriority.
object's value are equal.
For class JobPriority, the category is class JobPriority itself.
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