public final class RequestingUserName extends TextSyntax implements PrintRequestAttribute
JobOriginatingUserNameattribute. This means that services which support specifying a username with this attribute should also report a JobOriginatingUserName in the job's attribute set. Note that many print services may have a way to independently authenticate the user name, and so may state support for a requesting user name, but in practice will then report the user name authenticated by the service rather than that specified via this attribute.
IPP Compatibility: The string value gives the IPP name value. The
locale gives the IPP natural language. The category name returned by
getName() gives the IPP attribute name.
|Constructor and Description|
Constructs a new requesting user name attribute with the given user name and locale.
|Modifier and Type||Method and Description|
Returns whether this requesting user name attribute is equivalent to the passed in object.
Get the printing attribute class which is to be used as the "category" for this printing attribute value.
Get the name of the category of which this attribute value is an instance.
getLocale, getValue, hashCode, toString
public RequestingUserName(String userName, Locale locale)
userName- User name.
locale- Natural language of the text string. null is interpreted to mean the default locale as returned by
NullPointerException- (unchecked exception) Thrown if
public boolean equals(Object object)
objectis not null.
objectis an instance of class RequestingUserName.
object's underlying string are equal.
object's locale are equal.
object- Object to compare to.
objectis equivalent to this requesting user name attribute, false otherwise.
public final Class<? extends Attribute> getCategory()
For class RequestingUserName, the category is class RequestingUserName itself.
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