Printing pdf files in a browser without opening

I have a web application, which is generating pdf files. Is it possible to print a pdf file on the default printer without opening the pdf file?
I want to click on the link of a pdf file and the file should be printed immediately on the default printer.

I do not think this is a feature of the browser. In Firefox I can set that a PDF file is opened using a PDF viewer. At this point I would specify the Adobe reader. Instead of opening the PDF file this file should be printed immediately.
So my question is: Is it possible to configure the Adobe reader that the PDF file is printed immediately?

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