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Oracle Report "Alignment font" in PDF ok UNIX

Oracle Report "Alignment font" in PDF ok UNIX

Oracle Report "Alignment font" in PDF ok UNIX

Hi All.
I developed reports in Oracle Reports Builder on Windows. But when I compile this report on UNIX (SunOS 9) then I have problem.
I have very big problem with alignment font in desformat pdf.
All labels on page with I add to layout are generated by Oracle Reports to near of the left side border.
For ex:
|Test Label  |
Should be:
| Test Label |

But all data which are generated by querry are alignement ok.

What should I do.


RE: Oracle Report "Alignment font" in PDF ok UNIX

Try making the label font the same as the data font.

RE: Oracle Report "Alignment font" in PDF ok UNIX

I used only Arial Font. This same report looks ok on Windows OS. But when we moved all reports to Solaris OS on SunFire then we have this problem.
All reports are in Russian language.

RE: Oracle Report "Alignment font" in PDF ok UNIX

Often UNIX missing some fonts available on Windows. You need to experiment with what's available to see which fonts/styles/sizes available on UNIX. I used to create simple test report displaying just labels of different fons and sized to see which looks OK on UNIX.

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