I am using .Words to convert word documents to pdf. I have a question about the fonts used in the conversion process. I have a document that has a watermark (testdocs2.doc) and the font used is Calibri. I have a second document(testdocs1.doc) that does not have the watermark but the font is used in the body of the docuemnt. When I do the conversion on my pc locally both files convert. I assume this is because I have this font on my own pc.
However we are also trying to use .Words from within an Oracle database that is running on Linux. When I try to convert the document with the watermark I get this error. No fonts were found in ‘/oracle/dbInstance/oracle/javavm//lib/fonts:/usr/X11R6/lib/X11/fonts/Type1:/usr/X11R6/lib/X11/fonts/TrueType:/usr/X11R6/lib/X11/fonts/tt:/usr/share/fonts/ja/TrueType’.
The document without the watermark but using the font in the body of the document converts. Is .Words trying to find a different font to use in one case and not the other, if it can’t find the font used in the document.
I have downloaded the newest version but I'm still getting the error. I have not trie d putting the fonts onto the linux server yet.
Can you tell me what exception is generated when this error occurs it appears to print out the error message to the console but I don't seem to be able to catch it.