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PrintDocumentInfo.Builder

public static final class PrintDocumentInfo.Builder
extends Object

java.lang.Object
   ↳ android.print.PrintDocumentInfo.Builder


Builder for creating a PrintDocumentInfo.

Summary

Public constructors

PrintDocumentInfo.Builder(String name)

Constructor.

Public methods

PrintDocumentInfo build()

Creates a new PrintDocumentInfo instance.

PrintDocumentInfo.Builder setContentType(int type)

Sets the content type.

PrintDocumentInfo.Builder setPageCount(int pageCount)

Sets the total number of pages.

Inherited methods

From class java.lang.Object

Public constructors

PrintDocumentInfo.Builder

Added in API level 19
PrintDocumentInfo.Builder (String name)

Constructor.

The values of the relevant properties are initialized with defaults. Please refer to the documentation of the individual setters for information about the default values.

Parameters
name String: The document name which may be shown to the user and is the file name if the content it describes is saved as a PDF. Cannot be empty.

Public methods

build

Added in API level 19
PrintDocumentInfo build ()

Creates a new PrintDocumentInfo instance.

Returns
PrintDocumentInfo The new instance.

setContentType

Added in API level 19
PrintDocumentInfo.Builder setContentType (int type)

Sets the content type.

Default: CONTENT_TYPE_UNKNOWN

Parameters
type int: The content type.
Returns
PrintDocumentInfo.Builder This builder.

See also:

setPageCount

Added in API level 19
PrintDocumentInfo.Builder setPageCount (int pageCount)

Sets the total number of pages.

Default: PAGE_COUNT_UNKNOWN

Parameters
pageCount int: The number of pages. Must be greater than or equal to zero or PAGE_COUNT_UNKNOWN.
Returns
PrintDocumentInfo.Builder This builder.
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