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gnu.javax.print.ipp.attribute.supported

Classes in gnu.javax.print.ipp.attribute.supported used by gnu.javax.print.ipp.attribute.supported
CompressionSupported
          CompressionSupported provides the values which are supported for the compression attribute.
FinishingsSupported
          The FinishingsSupported attribute provides the supported values for finishings of a job.
IppVersionsSupported
          IppVersionsSupported attribute as described in RFC 2911 section 4.4.14 provides the value(s) (implemented as EnumSyntax) of the supported IPP versions.
JobHoldUntilSupported
          JobHoldUntilSupported attribute provides the supported values for the attribute type job-hold-until.
MultipleDocumentHandlingSupported
          MultipleDocumentHandlingSupported provides the supported values for the MultipleDocumentHandling attribute.
MultipleDocumentJobsSupported
          MultipleDocumentJobsSupported specifies if a printer supported multiple documents in one job.
OperationsSupported
          OperationsSupported specifies the enums of the operations supported by a given printer or job object.
OrientationRequestedSupported
          The OrientationRequestedSupported attribute provides the supported values for the job attribute orientation-requested.
PageRangesSupported
          PageRangesSupported is a boolean typed attribute indicating (as EnumSyntax) if page ranges are supported.
PrintQualitySupported
          PrintQualitySupported provides the supported values for the print-quality attribute.
SidesSupported
          SidesSupported provides the supported values for the sides attribute.
UriAuthenticationSupported
          UriAuthenticationSupported attribute as described in RFC 2911 section 4.4.2 provides the keywords (implemented as EnumSyntax) which authentication methods are supported by the printer object.
UriSecuritySupported
          UriSecuritySupported attribute as described in RFC 2911 section 4.4.3 provides the keywords (implemented as EnumSyntax) for the security mechanisms supported by the corresponding uri's supported (same place in setOf).