Svg files are defined using xml markup. So there really shouldnt be any
support for SVG required in java as such. Could this be a problem with xml
libraries clashing?

If you know which class is having the problem you can turn on verbose jvm
classloading and you can see which jar the class is being loaded from.

If you have a setup that works cant you get all your servers into the same
level?



On Sat, 16 May 2020, 01:31 James H. H. Lampert, <jamesl@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
wrote:

We have been having a weird problem with our CRM product on a customer
box: it seems that out of all the installations that use the Web
interface (which runs in Tomcat), ONE of them is unable to serve charts
in BIRT reports.

And our Tomcat specialist just analyzed some data I was able to collect
over the past few days, and came to the conclusion that their Java 8 JVM
(WRKJVMJOB shows 1.8.0_211, 64-bit) somehow "does not support SVG."

How would that even be possible?

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