We have a children's security web application that at one point prints out a name badge and check-in receipt to a DYMO label printer. We currently use an ActiveX control to handle margins, orientation, printer selection and silently print, but this limits us to Internet Explorer only. We are wanting to duplicate this functionality across multiple platforms and browsers. (specifically Mac with Firefox and Safari and Windows with IE and Firefox) We're assuming the easiest way to do this is with a Java Applet.
Our current system draws the labels via HTML to the browser already, so we just need to invoke printing of that browser page.
Here are the basics of what the applet needs to do:
1) Return a list of current system printers back to the browser
2) Allow the browser to select which printer to print to (prints to system default if not specified)
3) Set printer paper size
4) Set paper orientation (landscape vs portrait)
5) Set printer margins
6) Remove web browser header & footers
6) Print contents of a web page silently (no dialog box)
Also, speed is very important as we have to process & print a lot of labels fairly quickly, so if there is a method of keeping the applet resident (doesn't have to load each time we want to print) that would be ideal.
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