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PostPosted: Mon Sep 28, 2020 10:08 am 
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I am trying to use PDFSharp in an Azure Function to produce a sales proposal document. The marketing department want me to use the Montserrat font to write to the document. I discovered that I need to use a FontResolver to enable this. I have added the font to the embedded resources of the project and got the resource name using JetBrains dotPeek. I have implemented a Resolver Class as below and I instantiate the class using

GlobalFontSettings.FontResolver = new MyFontResolver();

The local Azure emulator on my laptop works without issue, however as soon as I publish to Azure I get the following error when I try to call the function.

Microsoft Azure returns STATUS_ACCESS_DENIED ((NTSTATUS)0xC0000022L) from GetFontData. This is a bug in Azure. You must implement a FontResolver to circumvent this issue.

Am I missing something here?


class MyFontResolver : IFontResolver
{
public FontResolverInfo ResolveTypeface(string familyName, bool isBold, bool isItalic)
{
// Ignore case of font names.
var name = familyName.ToLower().TrimEnd('#');

// Deal with the fonts we know.
switch (name)
{

case "montserrat":
if (isBold)
{
if (isItalic)
return new FontResolverInfo("Montserrat#");
return new FontResolverInfo("Montserrat#");
}
if (isItalic)
return new FontResolverInfo("Montserrat#");
return new FontResolverInfo("Montserrat#");
}

// We pass all other font requests to the default handler.
// When running on a web server without sufficient permission, you can return a default font at this stage.
return PlatformFontResolver.ResolveTypeface(familyName, isBold, isItalic);
}

public byte[] GetFont(string faceName)
{
switch (faceName)
{
case "Montserrat#":
return LoadFontData("CreateProposalDocument.Resources.Montserrat-Regular.ttf");

}

return null;
}

/// <summary>
/// Returns the specified font from an embedded resource.
/// </summary>
private byte[] LoadFontData(string name)
{
var assembly = Assembly.GetExecutingAssembly();

// Test code to find the names of embedded fonts - put a watch on "ourResources"
//var ourResources = assembly.GetManifestResourceNames();

using (Stream stream = assembly.GetManifestResourceStream(name))
{
if (stream == null)
throw new ArgumentException("No resource with name " + name);

int count = (int)stream.Length;
byte[] data = new byte[count];
stream.Read(data, 0, count);
return data;
}
}

internal static MyFontResolver OurGlobalFontResolver = null;

/// <summary>
/// Ensure the font resolver is only applied once (or an exception is thrown)
/// </summary>
internal static void Apply()
{
if (OurGlobalFontResolver == null || GlobalFontSettings.FontResolver == null)
{
if (OurGlobalFontResolver == null)
OurGlobalFontResolver = new MyFontResolver();

GlobalFontSettings.FontResolver = OurGlobalFontResolver;
}
}
}


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PostPosted: Mon Sep 28, 2020 1:24 pm 
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Set a breakpoint on "PlatformFontResolver.ResolveTypeface" and make sure this line does not get called, neither locally nor on Azure.
It'll work locally, but not on Azure.
Maybe throw an exception instead of calling "PlatformFontResolver.ResolveTypeface".

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 28, 2020 3:41 pm 
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Aha, I discovered that further down I was calling a font that was not included in the Font Resolver.

All fixed and working. Thank you.


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