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  1. how to use 2d pdf417 barcode in jasper report? Is it related to the barcode font that we use?http://community.jaspersoft.com/sites/all/libraries/ckeditor/plugins/smiley/images/sad_smile.gif I checked the link that candysmith has provided but it did not solve me problem.
  2. I have seen you have posted this image loading issue at other forum but it seems that no feasible solution has received. And here I just paste some related links which may help you download image into jasper. Hope it can offer some useful information. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2979758/writing-image-to-servlet-response-with-best-performance http://shakeelstha.blogspot.com/2012/08/dynamic-image-in-jasper-report.html
  3. You can easily show image in PDF format, right? Does above suggestion solve your image displaying problem? If not, please check whether following posts can help you or not. Please mark it if it helps.http://community.jaspersoft.com/sites/all/libraries/ckeditor/plugins/smiley/images/sad_smile.gif http://stackoverflow.com/questions/6828012/images-is-not-displaying-in-ireport-html-format http://community.jaspersoft.com/questions/531045/image-not-displayed-html-view
  4. So you are trying to display a huge image on Jasper server, right? Maybe you can add an automatic image resizing function to tailor the source image to the proper size, just as is mentioned in this post. Hope it can help you a little. By the way, if you find proper situation, please share with us, ok? Thanks.http://community.jaspersoft.com/sites/all/libraries/ckeditor/plugins/smiley/images/regular_smile.gif http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2772352/displaying-really-huge-images-in-jasper-reports
  5. "But the rendered PDF only has a default font. The preview in iReport does render the OCR A font." You should use the Font Extensionsmechanism. After creating the font and exporting it as a jar file you should add generated jar file to the application classpath. View more at: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/8985497/use-custom-fonts-when-creating-pdf-using-ireport
  6. Yep, if there is invalid characterts appearing in your PDF, then you shoud firstlt check your font. As PDF document printing relies on a combination of Windows printer drivers (when printing from Windows applications), Ghostscript and a PDF viewer to deliver its output, you might have to experiment with the font settings for each of these components to see if this produces a better result.
  7. I think you need a database to generate barcode in Jasper Report. By the way, to answer the question candy mentioned, yes, you can use Java barcoding control to generate barcode in Jasper.
  8. I just wonder whether we can use a java barcode generating library as a ITF-14 barcoding solution?
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