Monthly Archives: March 2008
Found an interesting article http://www.codeproject.com/KB/reporting-services/report-viewer-hack.aspx. This guy is clearly a big fan of Aspose.Words for Reporting Services.
Yes, it works.
We’ve tested Aspose.Words for .NET 5.1.0 installs and works fine on Windows Server 2008 Enterprise x64.
There is Aspose.Words 5.1.0 available in downloads http://www.aspose.com/community/files/51/file-format-components/aspose.words/entry119442.aspx.
Here I just wanted to elaborate more on what we’ve done:
Improvements to DrawingML Import (in OOXML)
When we started implementation of Office Open XML export and import features in Aspose.Words about a year ago, Microsoft Word 2007 was storing images and shapes in the VML format inside a DOCX document. All information we could find at that time was saying that DrawingML although part of the Office Open XML … Continue Reading
In Aspose.Cells for Reporting Service v1.1, we provide a client tool to enable users to design reports in MS Excel. This tool is an Excel addin and we developed it totally with C#.
Because we develop the tool in C#, we have to use Excel interop to manipulate files. Some users found problems when using the client tool in their MS Excel. After investigating their problems, we found most of problem are caused by MS Office, Office PIA, .NET Framework or others. … Continue Reading
We at Aspose are well aware of the importance of comprehensive, easy to understand, easily accessible and user friendly documentation. Therefore along with investing a lot of effort and resources towards making our components better, we have been doing quite a lot of work on the documentation as well. In this regard we have launched a new documentation module which has replaced the old documentation which was based on WIKI and API reference. This new documentation module offers a lot … Continue Reading
Yes, it works.
We will continue to ship two assemblies: bin\net1.1\Aspose.Words.dll and bin\net2.0\Aspose.Words.dll built for .NET 1.1 and .NET 2.0 respectively.
bin\net2.0\Aspose.Words.dll is to be used with:
- Visual Studio 2005
- Visual Studio 2008
- .NET Framework 2.0 (with or without SP1)
- .NET Framework 3.0 (with or without SP1)
- .NET Framework 3.5
- x86 or x64 application
Gain Theory implemented Excel export capabilities including charts and tables using Aspose.Cells for .NET
About GAIN THEORY
Gain Theory fuses data, analytics, technology solutions, and consumer insight capabilities to give marketing and insight professionals the confidence to make smarter, faster business decisions.
The Report Canvas Component is one of the leading products which allows the user to create visual reports based on a pre-loaded dataset. The user can add different components to their canvas including pictures, text boxes, charts, and tables, they then specify the data and how it should be aggregated. The user … Continue Reading
It’s been around a year since we released the first version of Aspose.Words for Reporting Services, and now 2.1 is coming. A rendering extension is not a standalone program, it’s rather somewhat like a plug-in, and the goals of a plug-in are to
- be as easy to install, configure and maintain as possible
- do its job as good as possible.
We truly hope we’ve achieved these goals. However, we keep working hard on the product in order to make it even closer to … Continue Reading
Square 9 implemented Word, PDF, Excel files Management within SmartSearch solution using Aspose.Total for .NET Product suite
About Square 9
Square 9 is a young, vibrant, FUN company—a personality that is reflected in our robust growth, our beautiful new office, and the passion and dedication of our ever-expanding team. At Square 9, we may play the occasional game, but we also deliver game-changing solutions every day.
SmartSearch was developed to address an unfulfilled need in the marketplace for a powerful, yet affordable document management solution. What made SmartSearch unique was that it offered much of the same … Continue Reading
Here is a great little demo that shows how to invoke Aspose.Words from an ASP.NET application AJAX style.
Aspose.Words for .NET by itself is just a .NET class library for document conversions, report generation and document programmatic access and as such does not have (and does not need) any built-in web or other fancy stuff. Therefore it is very easy to use from any .NET application be it an AJAX, ASP.NET, Windows Forms etc.
… Continue Reading