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Printing multiple pages for the JTree

 
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Hi

I use a JTree which is loaded dynamically into the application.
Now i need to print the entire tree structure. That part also i have done it is working fine but it is printing only the first page.
My code is shown below.



How do i achieve printing in multiple pages. I think i need to calculate the number of pages first. Am i doing anything wrong.

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Archana
 
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Yes you need to calculate the number of pages.

In pseudo code:

So that leaves three gaps you need to fill in.
 
Archana Venu Aradhyula
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Hi

Thanks for your idea.
But how to calculate the number of pages for the tree that is loaded dynamically.

Thanks
Archana
 
Archana Venu Aradhyula
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Hi

How do we get


Thanks
Archana
 
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Do you know the size of the tree?
Do you know the size of the page?

Then the number of vertical pages is the tree height divided by the page height, and likewise for horizontally.
 
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Just another cross poster.
http://forums.sun.com/thread.jspa?threadID=5355538
 
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