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How to set a custom font in jasper report using API or other way?

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Hi,

I need to change the report font using a custom font "Old English MT" which i could achieve this by setting it using IReport / placing the font in my system.

But when the report file is executed in the server,  server is not recognizing the font.

Can someon provide me a sample code using api or provide a solution for this issue.

Thanks in advance.
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the same font should be present on the server as well. If you mean by jasperserver, then please upload the font there.
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