About IT Pros
IT Pros provides business IT professionals whose mission is to act as the full-service source for all technology for each customer and to be proactive while removing the burden of information technology from the customer to achieve their goals. We have an office conveniently located in Boiling Springs, SC, and we service customers in the entire Upstate of South Carolina and all of Western North Carolina.
About the Product
Our product had a Narrative report template that was in Word 2007 format. We needed a control that shall allow us to populate this template with user-specific information and display this information on a web page. The information displayed came from records in Microsoft SQL 2008.
We were looking for a control that shall work with Word 2007 and Adobe PDF formats. We needed to be able to populate scoring information within a 48-page document. The font and display of this information were important. We needed to be able to have the source information from Microsoft SQL 2008 to be displayed within our document.
We used Aspose.Words for .NET product to make calls to the Word document and populate the necessary fields. We were able to bring in the record information from Microsoft SQL 2008 and place the information within the document. Once the document was assembled, we displayed this information to the browser in a PDF format.
Aspose.Words for .NET helped us to generate the required information and displayed that information in a user-friendly, simple to read method. It enabled us to view this unique record with the embedded explanation within the browser in PDF format.
Aspose is where we will start to look for .NET control in the future.
This control was easy to use. The Aspose.Words for .NET allowed us to create the unique score specific document with the needed information and explanation. Aspose’s support team was easy to reach and very helpful. The example code provided was also easy to follow.
Below we populated the scores in black from a record in the database.
In this section of the document, we were able to place X in the appropriate section of the chart to show the relationship of scores.