PrintQueue.GetJob(Int32) PrintQueue.GetJob(Int32) PrintQueue.GetJob(Int32) PrintQueue.GetJob(Int32) Method

Definition

Gets the print job with the specified ID number.

public:
 System::Printing::PrintSystemJobInfo ^ GetJob(int jobId);
public System.Printing.PrintSystemJobInfo GetJob (int jobId);
member this.GetJob : int -> System.Printing.PrintSystemJobInfo
Public Function GetJob (jobId As Integer) As PrintSystemJobInfo

Parameters

jobId
Int32 Int32 Int32 Int32

The number of the job in the queue.

Returns

A PrintSystemJobInfo that specifies the properties of the job and its status.

Examples

The following example shows how to use this method when diagnosing a problem with a print job.

for each (PrintQueue^ pq in myPrintQueues)
{
   pq->Refresh();
   PrintJobInfoCollection^ jobs = pq->GetPrintJobInfoCollection();
   for each (PrintSystemJobInfo^ job in jobs)
   {
      // Since the user may not be able to articulate which job is problematic,
      // present information about each job the user has submitted.
      if (job->Submitter == userName)
      {
         atLeastOne = true;
         jobList = jobList + "\nServer:" + line;
         jobList = jobList + "\n\tQueue:" + pq->Name;
         jobList = jobList + "\n\tLocation:" + pq->Location;
         jobList = jobList + "\n\t\tJob: " + job->JobName + " ID: " + job->JobIdentifier;
      }
   }
}
foreach (PrintQueue pq in myPrintQueues)
{
    pq.Refresh();
    PrintJobInfoCollection jobs = pq.GetPrintJobInfoCollection();
    foreach (PrintSystemJobInfo job in jobs)
    {
        // Since the user may not be able to articulate which job is problematic,
        // present information about each job the user has submitted.
        if (job.Submitter == userName)
        {
            atLeastOne = true;
            jobList = jobList + "\nServer:" + line;
            jobList = jobList + "\n\tQueue:" + pq.Name;
            jobList = jobList + "\n\tLocation:" + pq.Location;
            jobList = jobList + "\n\t\tJob: " + job.JobName + " ID: " + job.JobIdentifier;
        }
    }// end for each print job    

}// end for each print queue
For Each pq As PrintQueue In myPrintQueues
	pq.Refresh()
	Dim jobs As PrintJobInfoCollection = pq.GetPrintJobInfoCollection()
	For Each job As PrintSystemJobInfo In jobs
		' Since the user may not be able to articulate which job is problematic,
		' present information about each job the user has submitted.
		If job.Submitter = userName Then
			atLeastOne = True
			jobList = jobList & vbLf & "Server:" & line
			jobList = jobList & vbLf & vbTab & "Queue:" & pq.Name
			jobList = jobList & vbLf & vbTab & "Location:" & pq.Location
			jobList = jobList & vbLf & vbTab & vbTab & "Job: " & job.JobName & " ID: " & job.JobIdentifier
		End If
	Next job ' end for each print job

Next pq ' end for each print queue

Remarks

You can also use the PrintSystemJobInfo.Get method for the same purpose.

Applies to

See also