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Printing the contents of a JSP....

sailaja parepalli
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Joined: Jan 23, 2003
Posts: 33
Hi,
I am trying to provide print functionality in my JSP. There should be a print button and when the user clicks this 'print' link/button it should pop-up a new window with the contents from the parent window.
I can pop-up the new window, but the problem here is I could not pass a java bean object to this window in order to display my contents on the new window.
I cannot print the contents of parent window directly, because the data is being displayed in the area with scrollbars (created using <div> tags).
Does anybody have a solution or sample code for this?
Thanks much.
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Sailu
[ February 09, 2004: Message edited by: Bear Bibeault ]

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Anil Kumar
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Joined: Jan 17, 2004
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This is achievable through Javascript itself somethink like window.print()
Scroll bar should not be a concern as long as the content can fit on a normal size paper...I don't the use of opening a new window
Mani Ram
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Joined: Mar 11, 2002
Posts: 1140
Originally posted by AnilKumar:
This is achievable through Javascript itself somethink like window.print()
Scroll bar should not be a concern

Scroll bars will create problem, if they are formed using DIV tags. Try it.
Sailu,
I don't understand what is the problem with accessing a Java bean object from the new window! Are you getting some errors?


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