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Capturing the current window's cotents??

Maria James

Joined: Jun 20, 2005
Posts: 8
I have a dynamic portlet page which contains a lot of data plus one "Printer friendly" Button. When i click on this button one jsp pop-up window will come with the print data and a "Print" button. When i click on Print button it will open print dialog box and i can print the data.

The problem is i want to print the jsp pop-up windows's contents directly in LANDSCAPE mode without changing the printer options.I am using java.awt.print API for this.

For Api i want to capture the the jsp pop-up windows's contents.Is thr any way to get the current window's(here jsp pop-up window) contents???

It would be great if you provide some sample codes..

Thanks in advance
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