> -----Original Message----- > From: Eric Galluzzo [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] > > Clay Leeds wrote: > > > Is there any way to control the document name when printing from the > > command line (fop-0.20.5, java 1.4.1_01-b01 running under Windows XP > > Pro).
<snip/> > > > > Any ideas that don't involve getting Java all over my hands? > > I'm afraid it would involve getting Java all over your hands. But only > a small amount of Java. ;) > > The name of a printer job can be set via the > java.awt.print.PrinterJob.setJobName( String ) method. This would need > to be done within whatever class creates the printer job and prints it. > This might possibly be in AWTRenderer. (Sorry, I don't have the source > handy on my machine.) > > Hmmm, this is probably a really unhelpful response.... > Hmmm, probably? I guess that depends... I have been browsing around in the source, and pinpointed *the* class which needs to be modified (maintenance branch, but seems to be the same for HEAD, if I'm correct): org.apache.fop.apps.PrintStarter - line 187 is where the actual printing is done. I'll have a look at it later on to see if we can pass a variable from somewhere in there. (If nobody gets to it before me, that is...) In any case, thanks for this 'really unhelpful' input ;) Greetz, Andreas