unfortunately this hasen't allowed me to import fonts just yet. I have
tried both relative and absolute paths since - to no avail.

I have tried absolute with forward slashes (java path syntax) and
backslashes (windows path syntax - since this is a w2k platform)
and have tried relative and URL style file naming.

Which brings me to the next question: The config.xml has an entry
dumpConfiguration which defaults to false.
Can I override that to true in my userconfig.xml and where would that dump
to ? Console doesn`t show anything. Is there anything else I need to
specify ?

            "Beer, Christian"                                                          
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embedded font metric and ttf      
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If you use a relative path, the path where you start the programm from
is the base-path. So in the case of your servlet it is the path from where
you start the servlet-engine.

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Gesendet: Montag, 17. September 2001 13:48
Betreff: [Q] root directory for embedded font metric and ttf files ?

I am embedding FOP 0.20.1 into a servlet using the procedure described on
the embedding page, including loading a user configuration file which I
require to use non-standard fonts in my generated documents.

The documentation for embedding extra fonts is missing information as to
where FOP is looking for these fonts - the sample has an absolute path for
the embed file and a relative path for the metrics file.
For my command line tests as part of the stylesheet development, just
having everything in the local directory worked out.

Relative to what would I need to specify the path for the servlet ? Can I
use some kind of java system resource setup to search the class path ?


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