Yearly Archives: 2004

Aspose.Tasks 1.2.2 released!

Hot fix contains: Read-only support for projects saved in XML format. See XMLFile class and updated MppToMpx demo.… Continue Reading
Posted in Alexey Zhilin |

Aspose.Slides 1.5.4 released!

Hot fix contains: New: AlternativeText property for GroupShape.… Continue Reading
Posted in Alexey Zhilin |

Happy New Year

We have had a wonderful time in 2004 and hope to have an even better time in 2005. We have increased our number of components we offer remarkably in the past few months. Keep up the good work! Good luck to the developers who are trying to release new components right now. I wish great success to all of the members of the Aspose family, who are scattered all around the world. So, to all who celebrate the New Year,… Continue Reading
Posted in Merit Cooper |

Aspose.Slides 1.5.3 released!

Hot fix contains: New: Support for cropped pictures. See PictureFrame Members: CropTop, CropBottom, CropLeft and CropRight. New: Added recognizing of one more segment style for polylines. Changed: Improved algorithm of calculating picture id. Fixed: Recognizing of Solid fill style. Fixed: Bug with inserting new Metafile to a presentation.… Continue Reading
Posted in Alexey Zhilin |

Aspose.Email released in version 1.0

Dear Customers, I’m proud to announce the release of Aspose.Email v.1.0 The product will undergo some modifications (internal/external) modifications in the future; these will be posted here…  … Continue Reading
Posted in Kyle Huang |

Aspose.Report – How RDL define the report layout

Inside the last post, I introduced how RDL deal with procedural flow and macro variables, the following is another sample that illuminates how RDL handle the report layout. <?xml version=”1.0″?> <report name=”TestReportItemlayout” startaction=”format_report” librarydir=”E:\reporttools\src\Aspose\ReportTools\ReportTools.RDLElement\bin\Debug”> <reportaction name=”format_report”> <log message=”format report!” level=”Debug” /> <reportparameter name=”body.top” value=”5″ /> <reportparameter name=”body.left” value=”5″ /> <reportparameter name=”row.height” value=”10″ /> <reportparameter name=”column.width” value=”50″ /> <reportparameter name=”header.height” value=”25″ /> <reportparameter name=”footer.height” value=”30″ /> <reportparameter name=”body.column.count” value=”0″ /> <reportitem left=”${body.left}” top=”${body.top}” label=”mainpage”> <reportitem height=”${header.height}” label=”header”> <reportitem left=”${int::parse(column.width) * rdl::get-zindex()}”… Continue Reading
Posted in George Kahn |

Aspose.Word 2.0.6 Released

Dear Customers, We have released Aspose.Word 2.0.6. Aspose.Word works on Windows 98 now. … Continue Reading
Posted in Roman Korchagin |

Aspose.Report – A unit test case for RDL element types

The following is RDL script used by one of unit test cases. <?xml version=”1.0″?> <report name=”Simple” startaction=”prepare_query” librarydir=”E:\reporttools\src\Aspose\ReportTools\ReportTools.RDLElement\bin\Debug”> <variable name=”var_action_1″ value=”gather_data” /> <variable name=”var_action_2″ value=”format_report” /> <reportaction name=”prepare_query” nextaction=”check_sql” description=”generate the Sql script for reports”> <log message=”generate the SQL for report query!” level=”Debug” /> <!– Putting the RDL elements that are used for specifying or assembling the SQL script here –> <variable name=”action_result” value=”good” /> <if condition=”${action_result==’bad’}”> <variable name=”var_action_1″ value=”done” /> </if> </reportaction> <reportaction name=”check_sql” nextaction=”${var_action_1}”> <log message=”the SQL is… Continue Reading
Posted in George Kahn |

Aspose.Word 2.0.5 Released

Dear Customers, We have released Aspose.Word 2.0.5. Mail merge and other fields now work well in MS Word French and other languages. Fixed reference to Aspose.Pdf in the demo project.… Continue Reading
Posted in Roman Korchagin |

Aspose.Slides 1.5.2 released!

Hot fix contains: New: Each slide has reference to the master slide. See Slide.MasterId property.… Continue Reading
Posted in Alexey Zhilin |