How to determine height and width of a JScrollPane client

Hi,
I wish to display a webpage in a JScrollPane and wish to determine the height and width of the HTML content so that I can use the information to generate PDF and control the content on each page. Can anybody let me know how I can do this?
Thanks in advance
Prashant Baj

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    If the flag is set to ' ' (blank), the PostScript file is transferred to the standard text without any additions (any transformations to the coordinate system used by the printer driver must already be contained in the file).
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    Required width of the macro/graphic if the flag PostScript scaling is set. Can remain at zero for the import of TIFF files, the size is then determined by the resolution of the graphic.
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    Number of gray tones which are to be used on the printer for displaying the original image. Note: This parameter is only evaluated when using types PCL, POST or PRES!
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  • Assigning window height and width programatically

    All,
    Is it possible to assign window height and width programatically?? ie through editor in SAP scripts.

    Hi
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    POSITION WINDOW
    SIZE WIDTH '160' MM HEIGHT '140' MM
    BOX FRAME 10 TW
    Box
    BOX HEIGHT '11' MM WIDTH '160' MM FRAME 10 TW INTENSITY 35
    linessssssss
    BOX XPOS '20' MM WIDTH 0 TW HEIGHT '140' MM FRAME 10 TW
    BOX XPOS '45' MM WIDTH 0 TW HEIGHT '140' MM FRAME 10 TW
    BOX XPOS '80' MM WIDTH 0 TW HEIGHT '140' MM FRAME 10 TW
    BOX XPOS '120' MM WIDTH 0 TW HEIGHT '140' MM FRAME 10 TW
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    Use the BOX, POSITION, and SIZE commands for drawing boxes, lines, and shading to print particular windows within a form or passages of text within a window in a frame or with shading.
    The SAP printer drivers that are based on page-oriented printers (the HP LaserJet driver HPL2, the Postscript driver POST, the Kyocera Prescribe driver PRES) employ these commands when printing. Line printers and page-oriented printers not supported in the standard ignore these commands. You can view the resulting printer output in the SAPscript print preview.
    Syntax:
    /: BOX [XPOS] [YPOS] [WIDTH] [HEIGHT] [FRAME] [INTENSITY]
    /: POSITION [XORIGIN] [YORIGIN] [WINDOW] [PAGE]
    /: SIZE [WIDTH] [HEIGHT] [WINDOW] [PAGE]
    BOX Command
    Syntax
    /: BOX [XPOS] [YPOS] [WIDTH] [HEIGHT] [FRAME] [INTENSITY]
    Effect: draws a box of the specified size at the specified position.
    Parameters: For each of XPOS, YPOS, WIDTH, HEIGHT, and FRAME, you must specify both a measurement and a unit of measurement. Specify the INTENSITY parameter as a percentage between 0 and 100.
    XPOS, YPOS
    Upper left corner of the box, relative to the values of the POSITION command.
    Default: Values specified in the POSITION command.
    The following calculation is performed internally to determine the absolute output position of a box on the page:
    X(abs) = XORIGIN + XPOS
    Y(abs) = YORIGIN + YPOS
    WIDTH
    Width of the box. Default: WIDTH value of the SIZE command.
    HEIGHT
    Height of the box. Default: HEIGHT value of the SIZE command.
    FRAME
    Thickness of frame.
    Default: 0 (no frame).
    INTENSITY
    Grayscale of box contents as %.
    Default: 100 (full black)
    Measurements: You must specify decimal numbers as literal values (like ABAP numeric constants) by enclosing them in inverted commas. Use the period as the decimal point character. See also the examples listed below.
    Units of measurement: The following units of measurement may be used:
    TW (twip)
    PT (point)
    IN (inch)
    MM (millimeter)
    CM (centimeter)
    LN (line)
    CH (character).
    The following conversion factors apply:
    1 TW = 1/20 PT
    1 PT = 1/72 IN
    1 IN = 2.54 CM
    1 CM = 10 MM
    1 CH = height of a character relative to the CPI specification in the form header
    1 LN = height of a line relative to the LPI specification in the form header
    /: BOX FRAME 10 TW
    Draws a frame around the current window with a frame thickness of 10 TW (= 0.5 PT).
    /: BOX INTENSITY 10
    Fills the window background with shading having a gray scale of 10 %.
    /: BOX HEIGHT 0 TW FRAME 10 TW
    Draws a horizontal line across the complete top edge of the window.
    /: BOX WIDTH 0 TW FRAME 10 TW
    Draws a vertical line along the complete height of the left hand edge of the window.
    /: BOX WIDTH '17.5' CM HEIGHT 1 CM FRAME 10 TW INTENSITY 15
    /: BOX WIDTH '17.5' CM HEIGHT '13.5' CM FRAME 10 TW
    /: BOX XPOS '10.0' CM WIDTH 0 TW HEIGHT '13.5' CM FRAME 10 TW
    /: BOX XPOS '13.5' CM WIDTH 0 TW HEIGHT '13.5' CM FRAME 10 TW
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    Syntax
    /: POSITION [XORIGIN] [YORIGIN] [WINDOW] [PAGE]
    Effect: Sets the origin for the coordinate system used by the XPOS and YPOS parameters of the BOX command. When a window is first started, the POSITION value is set to refer to the upper left corner of the window (default setting).
    Parameters: If a parameter value does not have a leading sign, then its value is interpreted as an absolute value, in other words, as a value that specifies an offset from the upper left corner of the output page. If a parameter value is specified with a leading sign, then the new value of the parameter is calculated relative to the old value. If one of the parameter specifications is missing, then no change is made to this parameter.
    XORIGIN, YORIGIN
    Origin of the coordinate system.
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    PAGE
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    /: POSITION WINDOW
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    /: POSITION XORIGIN 2 CM YORIGIN '2.5 CM'
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    /: POSITION XORIGIN '-1.5' CM YORIGIN -1 CM
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    SIZE Command
    Syntax
    /: SIZE [WIDTH] [HEIGHT] [WINDOW] [PAGE]
    Effect: Sets the values of the WIDTH and HEIGHT parameters used in the BOX command. When a window is first started, the SIZE value is set to the same values as the window itself (default setting).
    Parameters: If one of the parameter specifications is missing, then no change is made to the current value of this parameter. If a parameter value does not have a leading sign, then its value is interpreted as an absolute value. If a parameter value is specified with a leading sign, then the new value of the parameter is calculated relative to the old value.
    WIDTH, HEIGHT
    Dimensions of the rectangle or line.
    WINDOW
    Sets the values for the width and height to the values of the current window (default setting).
    PAGE
    Sets the values for the width and height to the values of the current output page.
    /: SIZE WINDOW
    Sets WIDTH and HEIGHT to the current window dimensions.
    /: SIZE WIDTH '3.5' CM HEIGHT '7.6' CM
    Sets WIDTH to 3.5 cm and HEIGHT to 7.6 cm.
    /: POSITION WINDOW
    /: POSITION XORIGIN -20 TW YORIGIN -20 TW
    /: SIZE WIDTH +40 TW HEIGHT +40 TW
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    http://esnips.com/doc/1ff9f8e8-0a4c-42a7-8819-6e3ff9e7ab44/sapscripts.pdf
    http://esnips.com/doc/1e487f0c-8009-4ae1-9f9c-c07bd953dbfa/script-command.pdf
    http://esnips.com/doc/64d4eccb-e09b-48e1-9be9-e2818d73f074/faqss.pdf
    http://esnips.com/doc/cb7e39b4-3161-437f-bfc6-21e6a50e1b39/sscript.pdf
    http://esnips.com/doc/fced4d36-ba52-4df9-ab35-b3d194830bbf/symbols-in-scripts.pdf
    http://esnips.com/doc/b57e8989-ccf0-40d0-8992-8183be831030/sapscript-how-to-calculate-totals-and-subtotals.htm
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    BOX XPOS '45' MM WIDTH 0 TW HEIGHT '140' MM FRAME 10 TW
    BOX XPOS '80' MM WIDTH 0 TW HEIGHT '140' MM FRAME 10 TW
    BOX XPOS '120' MM WIDTH 0 TW HEIGHT '140' MM FRAME 10 TW
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    Use the BOX, POSITION, and SIZE commands for drawing boxes, lines, and shading to print particular windows within a form or passages of text within a window in a frame or with shading.
    The SAP printer drivers that are based on page-oriented printers (the HP LaserJet driver HPL2, the Postscript driver POST, the Kyocera Prescribe driver PRES) employ these commands when printing. Line printers and page-oriented printers not supported in the standard ignore these commands. You can view the resulting printer output in the SAPscript print preview.
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    /: BOX [XPOS] [YPOS] [WIDTH] [HEIGHT] [FRAME] [INTENSITY]
    /: POSITION [XORIGIN] [YORIGIN] [WINDOW] [PAGE]
    /: SIZE [WIDTH] [HEIGHT] [WINDOW] [PAGE]
    BOX Command
    Syntax
    /: BOX [XPOS] [YPOS] [WIDTH] [HEIGHT] [FRAME] [INTENSITY]
    Effect: draws a box of the specified size at the specified position.
    Parameters: For each of XPOS, YPOS, WIDTH, HEIGHT, and FRAME, you must specify both a measurement and a unit of measurement. Specify the INTENSITY parameter as a percentage between 0 and 100.
    XPOS, YPOS
    Upper left corner of the box, relative to the values of the POSITION command.
    Default: Values specified in the POSITION command.
    The following calculation is performed internally to determine the absolute output position of a box on the page:
    X(abs) = XORIGIN + XPOS
    Y(abs) = YORIGIN + YPOS
    WIDTH
    Width of the box. Default: WIDTH value of the SIZE command.
    HEIGHT
    Height of the box. Default: HEIGHT value of the SIZE command.
    FRAME
    Thickness of frame.
    Default: 0 (no frame).
    INTENSITY
    Grayscale of box contents as %.
    Default: 100 (full black)
    Measurements: You must specify decimal numbers as literal values (like ABAP numeric constants) by enclosing them in inverted commas. Use the period as the decimal point character. See also the examples listed below.
    Units of measurement: The following units of measurement may be used:
    TW (twip)
    PT (point)
    IN (inch)
    MM (millimeter)
    CM (centimeter)
    LN (line)
    CH (character).
    The following conversion factors apply:
    1 TW = 1/20 PT
    1 PT = 1/72 IN
    1 IN = 2.54 CM
    1 CM = 10 MM
    1 CH = height of a character relative to the CPI specification in the form header
    1 LN = height of a line relative to the LPI specification in the form header
    /: BOX FRAME 10 TW
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    /: BOX INTENSITY 10
    Fills the window background with shading having a gray scale of 10 %.
    /: BOX HEIGHT 0 TW FRAME 10 TW
    Draws a horizontal line across the complete top edge of the window.
    /: BOX WIDTH 0 TW FRAME 10 TW
    Draws a vertical line along the complete height of the left hand edge of the window.
    /: BOX WIDTH '17.5' CM HEIGHT 1 CM FRAME 10 TW INTENSITY 15
    /: BOX WIDTH '17.5' CM HEIGHT '13.5' CM FRAME 10 TW
    /: BOX XPOS '10.0' CM WIDTH 0 TW HEIGHT '13.5' CM FRAME 10 TW
    /: BOX XPOS '13.5' CM WIDTH 0 TW HEIGHT '13.5' CM FRAME 10 TW
    Draws two rectangles and two lines to construct a table of three columns with a highlighted heading section.
    POSITION Command
    Syntax
    /: POSITION [XORIGIN] [YORIGIN] [WINDOW] [PAGE]
    Effect: Sets the origin for the coordinate system used by the XPOS and YPOS parameters of the BOX command. When a window is first started, the POSITION value is set to refer to the upper left corner of the window (default setting).
    Parameters: If a parameter value does not have a leading sign, then its value is interpreted as an absolute value, in other words, as a value that specifies an offset from the upper left corner of the output page. If a parameter value is specified with a leading sign, then the new value of the parameter is calculated relative to the old value. If one of the parameter specifications is missing, then no change is made to this parameter.
    XORIGIN, YORIGIN
    Origin of the coordinate system.
    WINDOW
    Sets the values for the left and upper edges to match those of the current window (default setting).
    PAGE
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    /: POSITION WINDOW
    Sets the origin for the coordinate system to the upper left corner of the window.
    /: POSITION XORIGIN 2 CM YORIGIN '2.5 CM'
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    /: POSITION XORIGIN '-1.5' CM YORIGIN -1 CM
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    SIZE Command
    Syntax
    /: SIZE [WIDTH] [HEIGHT] [WINDOW] [PAGE]
    Effect: Sets the values of the WIDTH and HEIGHT parameters used in the BOX command. When a window is first started, the SIZE value is set to the same values as the window itself (default setting).
    Parameters: If one of the parameter specifications is missing, then no change is made to the current value of this parameter. If a parameter value does not have a leading sign, then its value is interpreted as an absolute value. If a parameter value is specified with a leading sign, then the new value of the parameter is calculated relative to the old value.
    WIDTH, HEIGHT
    Dimensions of the rectangle or line.
    WINDOW
    Sets the values for the width and height to the values of the current window (default setting).
    PAGE
    Sets the values for the width and height to the values of the current output page.
    /: SIZE WINDOW
    Sets WIDTH and HEIGHT to the current window dimensions.
    /: SIZE WIDTH '3.5' CM HEIGHT '7.6' CM
    Sets WIDTH to 3.5 cm and HEIGHT to 7.6 cm.
    /: POSITION WINDOW
    /: POSITION XORIGIN -20 TW YORIGIN -20 TW
    /: SIZE WIDTH +40 TW HEIGHT +40 TW
    /: BOX FRAME 10 TW
    A frame is added to the current window. The edges of the frame extend beyond the edges of the window itself, so as to avoid obscuring the leading and trailing text characters.
    http://esnips.com/doc/1ff9f8e8-0a4c-42a7-8819-6e3ff9e7ab44/sapscripts.pdf
    http://esnips.com/doc/1e487f0c-8009-4ae1-9f9c-c07bd953dbfa/script-command.pdf
    http://esnips.com/doc/64d4eccb-e09b-48e1-9be9-e2818d73f074/faqss.pdf
    http://esnips.com/doc/cb7e39b4-3161-437f-bfc6-21e6a50e1b39/sscript.pdf
    http://esnips.com/doc/fced4d36-ba52-4df9-ab35-b3d194830bbf/symbols-in-scripts.pdf
    http://esnips.com/doc/b57e8989-ccf0-40d0-8992-8183be831030/sapscript-how-to-calculate-totals-and-subtotals.htm
    SAPScripts
    POSITION WINDOW
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    BOX XPOS '45' MM WIDTH 0 TW HEIGHT '140' MM FRAME 10 TW
    BOX XPOS '80' MM WIDTH 0 TW HEIGHT '140' MM FRAME 10 TW
    BOX XPOS '120' MM WIDTH 0 TW HEIGHT '140' MM FRAME 10 TW
    Boxes, Lines, Shading: BOX, POSITION, SIZE
    Use the BOX, POSITION, and SIZE commands for drawing boxes, lines, and shading to print particular windows within a form or passages of text within a window in a frame or with shading.
    The SAP printer drivers that are based on page-oriented printers (the HP LaserJet driver HPL2, the Postscript driver POST, the Kyocera Prescribe driver PRES) employ these commands when printing. Line printers and page-oriented printers not supported in the standard ignore these commands. You can view the resulting printer output in the SAPscript print preview.
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    /: BOX [XPOS] [YPOS] [WIDTH] [HEIGHT] [FRAME] [INTENSITY]
    /: POSITION [XORIGIN] [YORIGIN] [WINDOW] [PAGE]
    /: SIZE [WIDTH] [HEIGHT] [WINDOW] [PAGE]
    BOX Command
    Syntax
    /: BOX [XPOS] [YPOS] [WIDTH] [HEIGHT] [FRAME] [INTENSITY]
    Effect: draws a box of the specified size at the specified position.
    Parameters: For each of XPOS, YPOS, WIDTH, HEIGHT, and FRAME, you must specify both a measurement and a unit of measurement. Specify the INTENSITY parameter as a percentage between 0 and 100.
    XPOS, YPOS
    Upper left corner of the box, relative to the values of the POSITION command.
    Default: Values specified in the POSITION command.
    The following calculation is performed internally to determine the absolute output position of a box on the page:
    X(abs) = XORIGIN + XPOS
    Y(abs) = YORIGIN + YPOS
    WIDTH
    Width of the box. Default: WIDTH value of the SIZE command.
    HEIGHT
    Height of the box. Default: HEIGHT value of the SIZE command.
    FRAME
    Thickness of frame.
    Default: 0 (no frame).
    INTENSITY
    Grayscale of box contents as %.
    Default: 100 (full black)
    Measurements: You must specify decimal numbers as literal values (like ABAP numeric constants) by enclosing them in inverted commas. Use the period as the decimal point character. See also the examples listed below.
    Units of measurement: The following units of measurement may be used:
    TW (twip)
    PT (point)
    IN (inch)
    MM (millimeter)
    CM (centimeter)
    LN (line)
    CH (character).
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    1 TW = 1/20 PT
    1 PT = 1/72 IN
    1 IN = 2.54 CM
    1 CM = 10 MM
    1 CH = height of a character relative to the CPI specification in the form header
    1 LN = height of a line relative to the LPI specification in the form header
    /: BOX FRAME 10 TW
    Draws a frame around the current window with a frame thickness of 10 TW (= 0.5 PT).
    /: BOX INTENSITY 10
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    /: BOX HEIGHT 0 TW FRAME 10 TW
    Draws a horizontal line across the complete top edge of the window.
    /: BOX WIDTH 0 TW FRAME 10 TW
    Draws a vertical line along the complete height of the left hand edge of the window.
    /: BOX WIDTH '17.5' CM HEIGHT 1 CM FRAME 10 TW INTENSITY 15
    /: BOX WIDTH '17.5' CM HEIGHT '13.5' CM FRAME 10 TW
    /: BOX XPOS '10.0' CM WIDTH 0 TW HEIGHT '13.5' CM FRAME 10 TW
    /: BOX XPOS '13.5' CM WIDTH 0 TW HEIGHT '13.5' CM FRAME 10 TW
    Draws two rectangles and two lines to construct a table of three columns with a highlighted heading section.
    POSITION Command
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    /: POSITION [XORIGIN] [YORIGIN] [WINDOW] [PAGE]
    Effect: Sets the origin for the coordinate system used by the XPOS and YPOS parameters of the BOX command. When a window is first started, the POSITION value is set to refer to the upper left corner of the window (default setting).
    Parameters: If a parameter value does not have a leading sign, then its value is interpreted as an absolute value, in other words, as a value that specifies an offset from the upper left corner of the output page. If a parameter value is specified with a leading sign, then the new value of the parameter is calculated relative to the old value. If one of the parameter specifications is missing, then no change is made to this parameter.
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    Origin of the coordinate system.
    WINDOW
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    PAGE
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    Parameters: If one of the parameter specifications is missing, then no change is made to the current value of this parameter. If a parameter value does not have a leading sign, then its value is interpreted as an absolute value. If a parameter value is specified with a leading sign, then the new value of the parameter is calculated relative to the old value.
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    Dimensions of the rectangle or line.
    WINDOW
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    PAGE
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    http://esnips.com/doc/1ff9f8e8-0a4c-42a7-8819-6e3ff9e7ab44/sapscripts.pdf
    http://esnips.com/doc/1e487f0c-8009-4ae1-9f9c-c07bd953dbfa/script-command.pdf
    http://esnips.com/doc/64d4eccb-e09b-48e1-9be9-e2818d73f074/faqss.pdf
    http://esnips.com/doc/cb7e39b4-3161-437f-bfc6-21e6a50e1b39/sscript.pdf
    http://esnips.com/doc/fced4d36-ba52-4df9-ab35-b3d194830bbf/symbols-in-scripts.pdf
    http://esnips.com/doc/b57e8989-ccf0-40d0-8992-8183be831030/sapscript-how-to-calculate-totals-and-subtotals.htm
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