I recently migrated my project from Maven to Gradle. In the process I faced lots of challenges, one of them is compiling JasperReport.
JasperReports font extension is used to package fonts which are not available in the target platform (e.g. Some Microsoft fonts are not available in Linux platform).
This post explains how to create JDK folder from the installation exe in Windows. This will be help full for people who don’t have admin privilege to install JDK.
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