Monthly Archives: June 2009
What’s New in Aspose.Total for Reporting Services Q2 2009:
Aspose.Words for Reporting Services
1. Document layout algorithm is improved.
2. The “Repeat as header row at the top of each page” Word’s feature is now used to represent repeatable headers whenever possible.
3. Added the DontBreakTables page breaks placement mode.
4. Added the SpacingFactor parameter allowing to reduce spacing between report elements.
1. Table border and layout issues.
2. Table … Continue Reading
What’s New in Aspose.Total for Java Q2 2009:
Aspose.Words for Java
1. Supports RTF file format:
· Read and write files in the RTF format of any version.
· Over 95% of the RTF 1.8 Specification supported.
· Unknown keywords (unsupported or from newer specifications) are safely ignored.
2. Supports loading OpenDocument 1.1 and 1.2 documents and saving documents in the OpenDocument 1.1 format.
3. Full DrawingML support.
4. HTML Image … Continue Reading
What’s New in Aspose.Total for .NET Q2 2009:
Aspose.Words for .NET
1. Export documents or pages as XPS (XML Paper Specification).
2. Added support for Table Styles, Table Style Conditional Formatting and Document Themes.
3. Vertically merged table cells are supported when converting to PDF, rendering and printing.
4. Added import of "fo:hyphenate" attribute of "style:text-properties" element.
5. Added "table:number-rows-spanned" attribute import.
6. Added "style:writing-mode" attribute import in "style:table-cell-properties" element.
7. Added "text:date" and "text:author-name" … Continue Reading
While working on Aspose.Words for Reporting Services, we have been constantly thinking on how to maintain a good balance between the “editability” and appearance of the documents being generated. Produce documents as simple as possible, but don’t let layout and formatting suffer – that’s been our rule.
Following this rule is often difficult. RDL reports and Microsoft Word documents are basically very different things. RDL reports are easy to draw (for example, as a PDF document or image), but try to compose them … Continue Reading
After long time work, in this version we have supported Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Reporting Services. Another exciting feature in this version is Report Viewer support. Microsoft Report Viewer is a powerful .NET control allowing the use of RDL and RDLC reports in WinForms and ASP.NET applications. By installing Aspose.Pdf for Reporting Services on a development machine, you will be able to add the ability to export to PDF format from Report Viewer working in local mode.
http://www.aspose.com/community/files/52/ssrs-rendering-extensions/aspose.pdf-for-reporting-services/default.aspx… Continue Reading
In this article we’ve described, how to migrate your VSTO code to Aspose.Pdf for .NET, for converting Word documents to PDF.
For complete topic, please visit http://www.aspose.com/documentation/file-format-components/aspose.pdf-for-.net-and-java/convert-word-documents-to-pdf.html
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This video tutorial provides a jump start introduction to the new users on how to start using Aspose.PDF and generate a simple Hello World application.
Please visit the following link for the tutorial: https://docs.aspose.com/display/pdfnet/Product+Overview … Continue Reading
Aspose.Flash for .NET v2.0.0 has been released. This release supports Flash v8 and v9 as well as Flash Lite.
In the past, users were experiencing some trouble while manipulating or parsing Flash files that included those Flash v8 or v9 tags which were not supported by Aspose.Flash. Now Aspose.Flash fully supports Flash v8 and v9 and users can easily manipulate their SWF files that are generated using these versions of Flash.
The other exciting feature that Aspose.Flash v2.0.0 offers is… Continue Reading
Aspose has been named one of the top 100 award winners of 2009 in the category of Components & Libraries by SD Times. We are showcasing our award in our Industry Awards section now: http://www.aspose.com/corporate/press-center/awards/industry-awards-2009.aspx.
If you would like to see the complete list of award winners, you can click here.… Continue Reading