How do i mask the url that is been printed in the print out sheet .
My scernario is that when i take a print out the url of that machine is being printed . Instead of that i need my message to be dispalyed at that position .
How can i do this with java coding ?
Is there any syntax for that ?
Prashanth Vijayai wrote:salvin francis im trying to print a report that i have generated . The report that i have generated is using java , after i have generated that
im taking a printout of that report then at the bottom im getting the url as i have mention below.
It depends on the web browser. Web browser prints the URL of the page, as it appears on the address bar. If you don't like your current url, you can purchase a domain name for your web application site (after the web site is hosted on a server), so it would be printed on that location. In this case, there are nothing to do with Java.
So this is a Java desktop application that prints something? If so, shouldn't the printing code be under your control? But if it's a desktop app, where do URLs fit in - does it have an embedded browsing component?
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1. Save yourself the headache and use a Third Party Reporting tool
2. PDFs !!! User can print it in whtever manner he wants to or keep the report as a file backup [no need to cut down trees for paper] !!
I would like to point out:
On one hand you say its a Desktop application, one the other you are referring to JSP. Either your terminologies are mixed up
or, as Ulf Dittmer pointed out:
Your application could be pc based but uses the browser or some component to show the result
or your application is web based (Not a Desktop application).
If you are indeed using a web based alternative, You have no control over the browser's print mechanism [Other than showing print dialog]
You can show the user instructions on how to print the result in his browser, etc.