JavaTM 2 Platform
Std. Ed. v1.4.2

javax.print
Interface URIException


public interface URIException

Interface URIException is a mixin interface which a subclass of PrintException can implement to report an error condition involving a URI address. The Print Service API does not define any print exception classes that implement interface URIException, that being left to the Print Service implementor's discretion.


Field Summary
static int URIInaccessible
          Indicates that the printer cannot access the URI address.
static int URIOtherProblem
          Indicates any kind of problem not specifically identified by the other reasons.
static int URISchemeNotSupported
          Indicates that the printer does not support the URI scheme ("http", "ftp", etc.) in the URI address.
 
Method Summary
 int getReason()
          Return the reason for the event.
 URI getUnsupportedURI()
          Return the URI.
 

Field Detail

URIInaccessible

public static final int URIInaccessible
Indicates that the printer cannot access the URI address. For example, the printer might report this error if it goes to get the print data and cannot even establish a connection to the URI address.

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Constant Field Values

URISchemeNotSupported

public static final int URISchemeNotSupported
Indicates that the printer does not support the URI scheme ("http", "ftp", etc.) in the URI address.

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Constant Field Values

URIOtherProblem

public static final int URIOtherProblem
Indicates any kind of problem not specifically identified by the other reasons.

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Method Detail

getUnsupportedURI

public URI getUnsupportedURI()
Return the URI.

Returns:
the URI that is the cause of this exception.

getReason

public int getReason()
Return the reason for the event.

Returns:
one of the predefined reasons enumerated in this interface.

JavaTM 2 Platform
Std. Ed. v1.4.2

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