Monthly Archives: November 2005

Aspose.Word Success Stories Added

Thanks to some of our customers we have a couple of great success stories to share: Manufacturing Company Achieves Paperless Proof-of-Delivery using Aspose.Word Faculty Comment and Grade Management Solution for a School Hopefully the list of stories will grow. The … Continue reading

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Aspose.Slides for Java 1.4.0.0 released!

Release 1.4 contains all 1.3.* hot fixes and new features: The main new feature of this release is possibility to export slides to SVG format. After exporting SVG files can be converted to any image format or PDF with Batik … Continue reading

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Paperless Proof-of-Delivery for a Manufacturing Company made possible using Aspose.Words for .NET

I am a software developer currently working for a company in the Midlands (UK) that specializes in Manufacturing Software Solutions. Our flagship product is a fully traceable MRP system that can be applied to almost any business situation and tailored … Continue reading

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Aspose.Workflow 1.0.9.0 HotFix Released

Dear Customers,    We have released Aspose.Workflow HotFix 1.0.9.0, it contains: 3 new APIs in IWorklist interface  void CompleteTaskEx(string taskId,string[] activityIds,IDictionary variables);  void CompleteTaskEx(string taskId,string[] activityIds,IDictionary variables,string[] performers);  void CompleteTaskEx(string taskId,string[] activityIds,IDictionary variables,string[] performers,bool executeTool); These APIs can be used to set next queued activity’s … Continue reading

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How good Java package design is for commercial components?

We are working on a port of Aspose.Word from C# to Java and I’m baffled by some Java features (or a lack of them) that we take for granted in C#. I don’t intend to abuse Java in anyway, but I … Continue reading

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