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From Jan Grathwohl <>
Subject Re: Send a pdf file to a printer
Date Tue, 08 Sep 2009 09:12:29 GMT
What do you mean by "local printer"? Should the server print the  
document to a printer in the local office network where the  
application is running, or should the computer running the client  
(browser) print the file to its own printer, only without displaying  
it first?

If it's the first, it might help you to have a look at a Java library  
called jipsi, which lets you connect to a CUPS service from within  
your Java application:



Am 02.09.2009 um 21:16 schrieb Gonima:

> Hi Community,
> i'm a fresh cocoon user and i have following trouble.
> I can read from a xml file by means of a generator,
> transform the generated SAX Stream and serialize
> the result to a pdf file.
> Now what i can't do is sending this pdf file directly
> to a local printer, without needing to drop it to a
> browser, such a thing like sendTo(pdf/file/path , printer/path)
> Can anybody sort it out for me ???
> Best regards and thanks
> Gaetan
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