Products Solutions Services Resources. Download Now. I am trying to create a PDF report that contains Japanese character data that is selected from an Oracle database. I have tried everything I could think of.
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Products Solutions Services Resources. Download Now. I am trying to create a PDF report that contains Japanese character data that is selected from an Oracle database. I have tried everything I could think of. I even pasted some Hebrew text into one field in the database and I'm able to display that without any problem.
I have installed all the Asian and European font packs from Adobe. How do I get this report to be able to find those fonts? Or where can I find the fonts to include them in my classpath? I'm really stuck here and it is very important that we are able to display Japanese, Chinese, Korean and many other languages in our reports. So I really need to find a way to do this.
Joined: Jan 29 - am. Last seen: 6 years 2 months ago. Joined: Feb 6 - pm. Last seen: 13 years 4 months ago. Hi, Had the same problem that it could not load japanese font. Please make sure to include iTextAsian.
Joined: Feb 26 - am. Last seen: 13 years 3 months ago. I designed the xml file in ireport and set the text style as the attached image. Joined: Jun 28 - pm. Last seen: 12 years 11 months ago. I am attaching the working example Thanks Vellingiri D. Joined: Jul 14 - am. Last seen: 9 years 10 months ago.
Asian Fonts in PDF
Fonts specified are case sensitive. You can specify up to 10 fonts for a single font number. Depending on the character to print, SQR determines the font to use from the list. The following is the syntax of this font list:. The list is ordered by priority from the left.
I am not sure, but probably there are no actual fonts exist, just a standard alias, for substitution with available fonts by different systems. But Inkscape is different. Inkscape does not know aliases for Japanese fonts at all. As a result, all the Unicode Latin strings in native Japanese text become deformed. Yes, Latin alphabet is widely used in Japan, and they do not change typeface in Unicode strings. I tried editing alias files in Inkscape for Windows, but without detailed knowledge had no success in this.
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