I have a .NET Webservice that when called, generates a DataWindow from DataWindow Syntax passed in as a parameter. The service then creates a PDF file from the generated DataWindow using SaveAS. It then takes that PDF and saves it to a row in a database as a BLOB file. I am hosting this web service locally for test purposes.
This webservice works as expected with standard DataWindows, however we have DataWindows that utilize custom fonts to create barcodes that are not generating properly. The custom fonts are .TFF files that are installed in the Fonts directory of Windows.
My issue is that the webservice does not appear to be able to access the custom fonts. I know they are installed properly, because I have Powerbuilder apps that can create the same DataWindows on my local machine. Is there a spot in the web service directory that I should include the .TFF files?