Preserving Print Tickets and Fixed Document Sequence Support in Aspose.XPS for .NET 18.8

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Aspose.XPS for .NETWe are pleased to announce August release of Aspose.XPS for .NET 18.8 which is available on NuGet Gallery for download. As per regular monthly update process, new features and enhancements have been incorporated in this release of the API. In case you are planning to use latest version of the API, we recommend you to please go through the release notes page in API documentation to have an idea what has been introduced and changed in the API after its first public release. Release notes section has detailed information of public API Changes and Improvements in 18.8 version of the Aspose.XPS for .NET.

Preserving Print Tickets

A print ticket is an XPS document component that contains the preferred printer settings for a page in a document, or for an entire document, or for a print job that contains one or more documents. In latest version of the API, support to preserve print ticket while processing an XPS document has been implemented. As Print Tickets feature is based upon long XPS specification, we are continuously working over implementing its full set in the API. We intend to provide creating new and modifying existing print tickets feature in future releases of Aspose.XPS for .NET.

Fixed Document Sequence (FDS) Support

According to the XPS specification and the MS API, an XPS file contains a single FDS (Fixed Document Sequence). A FDS contains one or more FD (Fixed Document) where each FD contains one or more FP (Fixed Pages). In latest release of the API, support of loading and removing Fixed Document has been introduced. Following code snippet demonstrates the usage of new feature with Aspose.XPS for .NET 18.8:

// Load a XPS with multiple FDs 
Aspose.Xps.XpsDocument doc = new Aspose.Xps.XpsDocument(dataDir + "combined.01.xps");
// Load desired fixed document/page in XpsDocument initialized instance
doc.SelectActiveDocument(2);
// Remove desired FD
doc.RemoveDocumentAt(3);

Aspose.XPS for .NET Resources

As it is always recommended to use latest releases of our API’s, so we suggest you to please download the latest release Aspose.XPS for .NET 18.8 and check following resources which will help you working with API: