Converting HTML pages to PDF containing Middle-Eastern and Indic characters with LiveCycle ES4

When you convert a file that contains characters of Middle-Eastern or Indic languages to a PDF document, the characters of Middle-Eastern and Indic languages does not appear in the output document.

To convert the documents that contain characters of Middle-Eastern or Indic languages to a PDF document, use Adobe Acrobat WebCapture.

The detailed steps for the support are:

  • Install the required font on the server
  • Modify GeneratePDFService to use Acrobat Web Capture route for converting HTML files (Windows only)
    • In AdminUI access: Home > Services > Applications and Services > Service Management
    • Configure GeneratePDFService to enable Use Acrobat WebCapture (Windows Only) – set the value to true
  • Ensure Acrobat 11 is updated to latest update (at least 11.0.4)
  • Restart the machine after Acrobat update.
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