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help on using symbol printing api

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How do i print a line as there are no linefeed() or println() method (ME api methods ) in the symbol printing APi's.

Amy approach/suggestion on this is appreciated .

rajesh

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  • Posted on Dec 02, 2004 at 03:16 PM

    I don't have the Symbol's API, but in the ME classes is provided such method:

    com.sap.ip.me.api.print.PrintJob.lineFeed(int count)

    Description: Advance paper count lines.

    The method is abstract of course, but if the Symbol's API is based on the ME classes, it should implement the method.

    From where did you got the Symbol's API? Is it free downloadable, or you have receive it as attendant software?

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2004 at 10:05 AM

    Hi Rajesh,

    I am also not using Symbols API for printing but I am using Symbold Pocket Browser and the ActiveX object SymbolBrowser.NarrowBand to print. If you develop a JSP application you should print this way. It´s pretty simple. You are able to set printer id, print lines and so on.

    I am also interested in the API. We did you get it from?

    Regards,

    Sascha

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