Thanks Balaji, for the help. But unfortunately I couldn't find out the file which handles Japanese text. I found a file which handles italian... etc. languages, but not japanese. Can you please give me the name of the file if it's there? If not what do I do to make sure that the pdf file gets the Japanese characters. For example, I had declared the fo:block in my .fo file like this:

<fo:block language="ja" hyphenate="true">
\u6c7a\u6e08\u7167\u5408\u30b9\u30c6\u30fc\u30bf\u30b9 \u6c7a\u6e08\u7167\u5408\u30b9\u30c6\u30fc\u30bf\u30b9 \u6c7a\u6e08\u7167\u5408\u30b9\u30c6\u30fc\u30bf\u30b9 \u6c7a\u6e08\u7167\u5408\u30b9\u30c6\u30fc\u30bf\u30b9 \u6c7a\u6e08\u7167\u5408\u30b9\u30c6\u30fc\u30bf\u30b9

But the output just turns out to be the same text and the FOP is not considering the values as UNICODE characters. Please help me, if I need to specify some property to let FOP treat these characters not as ASCII chars but as UNICODE chars.


On Mon, 06 May 2002 Balaji Loganathan wrote :
 Yes it do support multi language in a different
way.Please see the examples folder in fop-0.20.3 where
there is example which include/imports japanese
font.Hope this is what u r looking for.

--- kalyan kumar <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hi,
>      I'm new to FOP. Can someone please let me know
> if FOP
> supports multi-language rendering. Can I have a PDF
> file rendered
> into Japanese or for that matter into any language
> other than
> English? If so, what do I need to do in my XSL-FO
> file? Can
> someone please send me an example of an XSL-FO file
> of any other
> language. I'd be very thankful for that.
>      Thanks,
> Regards,
> Kalyan
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