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Sign up using Facebook. That was some annoying crap: PDF font embedding was not necessary, as it seems. Sign up using Email and Password. Pascal Kesseli Pascal Kesseli 1, 1 1 gold badge 12 dyhamicjasper-core-fonts silver badges 31 31 bronze badges.
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I can verify in the debugger that the Strings are properly placed in the JRDataSource, and Jasper does in fact generate lines for them in the report, but the text itself is completely missing. How do we handle problem users? Hi Dj, thanks for you input.
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If you’re using maven, you can use the following mvn command line and POM entry to add the file to your classpath: Add, if not already present, dynamicjasler-core-fonts and spring-beans to the project: Annoying crap indeed, it’s not using the fonts available in JVM: Asian characters are not displayed at all in the resulting PDF.
Any other characters work fine.
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Thanks for any advice and best regards. It’s just that I tried both the unicode font as well as the “Identity-H” encoding, just not at the same time: Are there some additional encoding settings to be considered when using DynamicJasper with Asian text elements? Email Required, but never shown.