Improved MSO charts support available in Aspose.Slides

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Aspose.Slides for JasperReports logoWe are pleased to share the release announcement for Aspose.Slides for Jasper Reports 18.6.

This release has been built on the basis of latest Aspose.Slides for Java 18.6 API, which has been enriched with many new MSO chart management features. The rendering to PDF and images support as well as API performance has also been improved in API.

We have made several enhancements to the new API. Please refer to Aspose.Slides for Jasper Reports 18.6 Release Notes for further reference.

To download Aspose.Slides for Jasper Reports 18.6, please visit the download page.

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Improved presentation rendering support available in Aspose.Slides

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Aspose.Slides for SharePoint logoWe are pleased to share the release announcement of Aspose.Slides for SharePoint 18.6.

This release has been developed based on Aspose.Slides for .NET 18.6, whereby we have provided improved MSO charts management support. The export to PDF and slide thumbnails has also been improved and this improved rendering support will contribute in overall API performance for exporting presentations to different formats including images, PDF and XPS when using Aspose.Slides for SharePoint.

We have made several enhancements to the new API. Please refer to Aspose.Slides for SharePoint 18.6 Release Notes for further reference.

To view a complete list of fixes and to download Aspose.Slides for SharePoint 18.6, please visit the download section.

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Improved reports rendering support available in Aspose.Slides

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Aspose.Slides for SSRS iconWe are pleased to share the release announcement for Aspose.Slides for Reporting Services 18.6

This release has been developed based on Aspose.Slides for .NET 18.6, whereby we have provided improved MSO charts management support. We have also improved API rendering performance for exported PDF and slide thumbnails as well. This improved support in Aspose.Slides for .NET will achieve better rendering of SQL Server reports when exporting to PowerPoint or other formats using Aspose.Slides for Reporting Services.

We have made several enhancements to the new API. Please refer to Aspose.Slides for Reporting Services 18.6 Release Notes for further reference.

To view a complete list of fixes and to download Aspose.Slides for Reporting Services 18.6, please visit the download section.

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Support for .NET Core available in Aspose.Slides

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We are pleased to announce the release of Aspose.Slides for .NET 18.6. In this release we have improved the chart support by adding new features along with resolution of other issues.

Features

Following feature has been added in this release.

Issues Resolved

Following enhancements and issues have been fixed in this release.

  • Improvement in quality of generated PDF.

  • The WMF image is corrupted in PDF output.

  • Chart rendering issues in exported PDF

  • PPTX to PDF – space difference between text and line.

  • When PPTX is converted to PDF, the vertical graphs lines are different.

  • Circles in the output PDF don’t match the source presentation.

  • The chart horizontal axis is corrupted in PDF output.

  • Font styles change to italic when saving presentation as HTML.

  • JpegQuality setting not works when saving PPTX with JPEG image as PDF.

  • Setting chart data value in chart worksheet does not refresh chart.

  • The animation synchronization is lost in the output presentation.

  • Resolutions of exceptions on loading and saving presentations.

  • PPT to PPTX conversion result in corrupt presentation due to WordArt text present in slide.

  • Custom Marker image failed to rendered in generated PDF.

  • Shadow effects on text are lost when saving presentation using Aspose.Slides.

  • Paragraph text is not splitted in portions on changing the shadow effect on portion text.

  • Improper vertical axis rendering in generated PNG.

  • Export to PPTX works but PPT fails.

  • Font size changes after saving.

  • Background change color after saving.

  • Chart changes after cloning.

  • Layout changed while converting PPTX to PDF.

  • Language changed when converting PPTX to PDF.

  • Low quality images generated from presentation.

  • The axis major unit has been changed in generated PNG.

  • Repair message in saved file.

  • ODP to PPTX not properly converted.

  • Content moved in generated HTML.

  • PPTX not properly converted to PPT.

  • Saved PPT presentation requires repairing in PowerPoint.

  • Application Hangs while saving PPTX.

  • Conversion process never ends.

  • Setting RawFrame property has no effect for SmartArtShape.

  • Overflow exception on saving if chart data point has blank value.

  • No format validation for images resource.

Please refer to the release notes Aspose.Slides for .NET 18.6 for a full view of improvements along with sample code snippets for newly added features. If you are planning to upgrade the API to the latest revision, we strongly suggest you to check the Release Notes section to know what has been changed in the public API since your current version.

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Add Cells to Watch Window and Manipulate Slicers using Aspose.Cells for Java 18.6

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Aspose.Cells for JavaWe are pleased to announce the release of Aspose.Cells for Java 18.6. This release includes many new features and enhancements along with some critical bug fixes that further improve the overall stability of the APIs. We also recommend our clients to use the powerful Aspose for Java APIs directly in their Maven Projects with simple configurations. Please check the release notes in order to get an idea about what is new and what has been fixed with this revision of Aspose.Cells for Java. Here is a look at the major features in this release.

Add Cells to Microsoft Excel Formula Watch Window

Microsoft Excel Watch Window is a useful tool to watch the cell values and its formulas conveniently in a window. You can open the Watch Window using Microsoft Excel by clicking the Formulas > Watch Window. It has Add Watch button that can be used to add the cells for inspection. Similarly, you can use Worksheet.getCellWatches().add() method to add cells into Watch Window using Aspose.Cells API. Please see the following article for more detail on this topic.

Working with Slicers using Aspose.Cells API

Slicers are used to filter data quickly. It provides buttons that user can click to filter Table or Pivot Table data. Whenever, Slicer buttons are selected or deselected, it shows the current filtering state that helps the user to understand what precisely has been filtered in the Pivot Table. Please see the following articles that explain how to work with Slicers using Aspose API.

The following sample code loads an Excel file that contains an existing Slicer. It unselects the 2nd and 3rd items of Slicer to refresh it. It then applies formatting/style of the Slicer and finally describes on how to remove the Slicer.

// Load sample Excel file containing slicer.
Workbook wb = new Workbook("sampleUpdatingSlicer.xlsx");
 
// Access first worksheet.
Worksheet ws = wb.getWorksheets().get(0);
 
// Access the first slicer inside the slicer collection.
Slicer slicer = ws.getSlicers().get(0);
 
// Access the slicer items.
SlicerCacheItemCollection scItems = slicer.getSlicerCache().getSlicerCacheItems();
 
// Unselect 2nd and 3rd slicer items.
scItems.get(1).setSelected(false);
scItems.get(2).setSelected(false);
 
// Refresh the slicer.
slicer.refresh();

// Set the slicer style/formatting.
slicer.setStyleType(SlicerStyleType.SLICER_STYLE_LIGHT_6);

// Remove slicer.
ws.getSlicers().remove(slicer);

Add Custom XML Parts and Select them by ID

Custom XML Parts are the XML data that is stored inside the Microsoft Excel documents and are used by the applications that deal with them. There is no direct way of adding them using Microsoft Excel UI at the moment. However, you can add them programmatically in various ways e.g. using VSTO, using Aspose.Cells etc. Please use Workbook.getCustomXmlParts().add() method if you want to add Custom XML Part using Aspose.Cells API. You can also set its ID, using the CustomXmlPart.ID property. Similarly, if you want to select Custom XML Part by ID, you can use Workbook.getCustomXmlParts().selectByID() method.

Get Address, CellCount Offset, EntireColumn and EntireRow of the Range

Aspose.Cells has added few new utility methods inside the Range object that help the user finding Address, Cell Count, Offset, Entire Column and Entire Row of the Range object. Please see the following article for more detail on this.

Extract Text from the Gear Type SmartArt Shape

Aspose.Cells can extract text from the Gear Type Smart Art Shape. In order to do so, you should first convert Smart Art Shape to Group Shape using the Shape.getResultOfSmartArt() method. Then you should get the array of all the Individual Shapes forming the Group Shape using the GroupShape.getGroupedShapes() method. Finally, you can iterate all of Individual Shapes one by one in a loop and extract their text using the Shape.getText() method.

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DrawingML Charts Rendering Improved in Aspose.Words for SharePoint 18.6

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Aspose.Words for SharePoint logoWe are really delighted to announce the release of version 18.6 of the Aspose.Words for SharePoint API. This release comes with some very exciting features to enhance the usability of the API. This version also sees the codebase better tweaked and the core functionality closer to Aspose.Words for .NET 18.6, which is the base product that Aspose.Words for SharePoint 18.6 is ported from.
We recommend you to download the latest release and check out all the features introduced in the base Aspose.Words for .NET API. You can download the latest release of Aspose.Words for SharePoint from the following link:

Bug Fixes and Changes

Aspose.Words for SharePoint 18.6 release includes the latest improvements and fixes made up to date in Aspose.Words for .NET (18.6). The most notable are:

  • Implemented “left” and “right” alignment support for Ruby objects rendering
  • Improved rendering of DrawingML chart data labels with percentage values and the specified format
  • Flat shapes that are perpendicular to the projection plane are not rendered now
  • Zero-width characters in DrawingML textboxes no longer cause an exception during rendering
  • Fixed an issue with font fallback rendering for 1F600 – 1F64F (Emoticons) Unicode range
  • Fixed a bug with the rendering of the chart data labels, when label text and SpPr are specified
  • Fixed a bug with the maximum value of the chart axis when rendering DrawingML charts
  • Fixed a problem with rendering of subscript and superscript text in DrawingML charts
  • Fixed a bug where the shadowed shapes with compound outline lost their fill
  • Fixed MathML alignment issue inside text boxes
  • Fixed layout when large inline shape is attached to a paragraph with space after overflowing page
  • Fixed issue with preferred width of vertically merged table cells accounted for during width computation
  • Fixed exception when revision balloons are displayed in certain cases
  • Enhanced logic which handles page breaks inside text frames

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Start a Free Trial Today

Start a free trial today – all you need is to sign up with Aspose. Once you have signed up, you are ready to try all the powerful file processing features offered by Aspose.

You can easily download ‘Aspose.Words for SharePoint’ API for evaluation. The evaluation download is the same as the purchased download. Please check How to License Aspose.Words for SharePoint.

The evaluation version of Aspose.Words for SharePoint (without a license specified) provides full product functionality, but it inserts an evaluation watermark at the top of the document on open and save, and limits the maximum document size to several hundred paragraphs.

If you want to test ‘Aspose.Words for SharePoint’ API without the evaluation version limitations, you can also request a 30-day Temporary License. Please refer to How to get a Temporary License?

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Upcoming Release of Aspose.PSD for .NET

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Aspose.PSD for .NET logo We are pleased to share that Aspose.PSD API is coming soon to .NET platforms with the name of Aspose.PSD for .NET. It will be soon available soon for download and to be used in applications. Aspose.PSD (written in managed C#) is designed to be used with any of the .NET supported languages like C#, VB.NET and J# etc. Aspose.PSD can be used with any kind of application from ASP.NET web applications to Windows desktop applications. Aspose.PSD provides fully featured demos and working examples written in C#. The demos help developers gain a good understanding of the component’s features quickly.

Features offered by Aspose.PSD for .NET

Aspose.PSD for .NET is product that allows an extensive manipulation of PSD file formats. The product does not require Adobe Photoshop to be installed. Aspose.PSD for .NET allows editing the PSD files, updating layer properties, adding watermarks, performing graphics operations or converting one file format into another. This product allows different automation scenarios that help developers on their way.

Currently Aspose.PSD for .Net supports PSD and PSB file formats for loading and manipulation. Future versions will allow loading of more PSD file formats. Aspose.PSD for .Net allows export to various raster file formats such as Tiff, Jpeg, Jpeg2000, Png, Gif, Bmp and more file formats supported for export will be added. The product uses algorithms which allow performing editing of PSD files in efficient way and maintains good performance. The product is actively developed and many useful features will be added to support the market demands. For instance .Net Core support is actively available in API.

  • Load and save PSD and PSB File formats.
  • Data processing for PSD and PSB File formats.
  • PSD Compression.
  • Managing raster image formats.
  • Conversion from Photoshop file formats to raster images.
  • Drawing Features.
    • Large images.
    • Rotate.
    • Flip.
    • Scale.
    • Cache system.
    • Custom user images.
    • Read/Write Exif data.
    • Dithering.
    • Crop.
    • Vector to raster export .
    • Brightness, contrast, gamma update.
    • Xmp data support.
    • Clipping to rectangular region.
    • Matrix transformations.
    • Drawing and filling of basic shapes (Line, Polygon, Rectangle, Cubic Bézier, Curve, Arc, Ellipse, Pie, Path).

Initial Release Availability

We are currently working over finalizing the API release process and intend to share this publically soon. So, stay tuned for further news about this new upcoming API. You can reach us on Aspose.Total forum for your queries/inquiries related to the API and we will be more than happy to assist you in this regard.

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Extended Attributes to Resource Assignments using Aspose.Tasks for Java 18.6

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We are pleased to announce the release of Aspose.Tasks for Java 18.6. This release introduces a new feature of writing extended attributes information to resource assignments similar to tasks and resources. It also improves the overall API functionality by fixing issues reported with the previous version of the API. For a detailed note on what is new and fixed, please visit the release notes section of API documentation.

Adding Extended Attributes to Resource Assignments

Aspose.Tasks API already had the capability to add extended attributes to tasks and resources in a project. This month’s release introduces the capability to add extended attributes information to resource assignments as well. Extended Attributes can be added to resource assignments as plain as well as lookup values. Following examples show adding these two type of extended attributes to the project.

Adding Extended Attribute

Project project = new Project(dataDir + "Blank2010.mpp");

// Add new task and resource
Task task1 = project.getRootTask().getChildren().add("Task");
Resource rsc1 = project.getResources().add("Rsc");

// Assign the resource desired task
ResourceAssignment assn = project.getResourceAssignments().add(task1, rsc1);

ResourceAssignment assignment = project.getResourceAssignments().get(0);

// Custom attributes which is visible in "Resource Usage" view can be created with ExtendedAttributeDefinition.CreateResourceDefinition method.
ExtendedAttributeDefinition resCostAttr = ExtendedAttributeDefinition.createResourceDefinition(
    CustomFieldType.Cost,
    ExtendedAttributeResource.Cost5,
    "My cost");

   project.getExtendedAttributes().add(resCostAttr);

   ExtendedAttribute value = resCostAttr.createExtendedAttribute();
   value.setValue("1500");

   assignment.getExtendedAttributes().add(value);

   // Custom attributes which is visible in "Task Usage" view can be created with ExtendedAttributeDefinition.CreateTaskDefinition method
   ExtendedAttributeDefinition resCostAttr2 = ExtendedAttributeDefinition.createTaskDefinition(
       CustomFieldType.Cost,
       ExtendedAttributeTask.Cost5,
       "My cost for task");

   project.getExtendedAttributes().add(resCostAttr2);

   value = resCostAttr2.createExtendedAttribute();
   value.setValue("2300");

   assignment.getExtendedAttributes().add(value);

project.save(dataDir + "AddExtendedAttributesToResourceAssignment_out.mpp", SaveFileFormat.MPP);

Adding Extended Attribute as Lookup Value

Project project = new Project(dataDir + "Blank2010.mpp");

ResourceAssignment assignment = project.getResourceAssignments().get(0);

ExtendedAttributeDefinition resCostAttr = ExtendedAttributeDefinition.createLookupResourceDefinition(
				                                      CustomFieldType.Cost,
		                                                      ExtendedAttributeResource.Cost5,
				                                      "My lookup cost");

Value value1 = new Value();
value1.setNumberValue(1500);
value1.setDescription("Val 1");
value1.setId(1);
value1.setVal("1500");

resCostAttr.addLookupValue(value1);
		
Value value2 = new Value();
value1.setNumberValue(2500);
value1.setDescription("Val 2");
value1.setId(2);
		 
resCostAttr.addLookupValue(value2);
		 
project.getExtendedAttributes().add(resCostAttr);
		
ExtendedAttribute value = resCostAttr.createExtendedAttribute(value1);
value.setValue("1500");
project.save(dataDir + "AddExtendedAttributesToRAWithLookUp_out.mpp", SaveFileFormat.MPP);

API Resources

You may visit the following API resources for getting started and working with the API.

  • Product Documentation – Provides complete information about system requirements, installation, Programmer’s Guide, Technical articles and API Changes
  • API Reference Guide – Provides information about the product namespaces, classes and methods
  • GitHub Examples – Ready to download and execute examples of the API
  • Forum Support – Post your queries/inquiries on Aspose.Tasks forum to get support from our technical support team.
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Create, manipulate and render Slicers in MS Excel files using Aspose.Cells for .NET 18.6

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We are pleased to announce the release of Aspose.Cells for .NET v18.6. Please check the document on how to install Aspose for .NET APIs directly from NuGet repository. In this release, the long-awaited feature about Slicers is supported. We have also supported to add Microsoft Excel Formula Watch Window for the users. Moreover, we included some important fixes and other enhancements for the users. Please check the release notes in order to get an idea about what is new and what has been enhanced or fixed with this revision of Aspose.Cells for .NET.

Create, manipulate and render Slicers

Slicers are a strong way to filter pivot table data. You can insert slicers into MS Excel to quickly and easily filter pivot tables. Aspose.Cells now supports to create, manipulate and render Slicers in the spreadsheet.

Creating Slicers into a Pivot Table
Please see the following sample code. It loads the sample Excel file that contains the pivot table. It then creates the slicer based on the first base pivot field.

// Load sample Excel file containing pivot table.
Workbook wb = new Workbook("sampleCreateSlicerToPivotTable.xlsx");

// Access first worksheet.
Worksheet ws = wb.Worksheets[0];

// Access first pivot table inside the worksheet.
Aspose.Cells.Pivot.PivotTable pt = ws.PivotTables[0];

// Add slicer relating to pivot table with first base field at cell B22.
int idx = ws.Slicers.Add(pt, "B22", pt.BaseFields[0]);

// Access the newly added slicer from slicer collection.
Aspose.Cells.Slicers.Slicer slicer = ws.Slicers[idx];

// Save the workbook in output XLSX format.
wb.Save("outputCreateSlicerToPivotTable.xlsx", SaveFormat.Xlsx);

// Save the workbook in output XLSB format.
wb.Save("outputCreateSlicerToPivotTable.xlsb", SaveFormat.Xlsb);

Please see the following article for more detail on this topic for your reference.

Manipulating and Formatting Slicers
The following sample code loads an Excel file that contains an existing slicer. It un-selects the 2nd and 3rd items of slicer to refresh it. It then applies formatting/style of the slicer and finally describes on how to remove the slicer.

// Load sample Excel file containing slicer.
Workbook wb = new Workbook("sampleUpdatingSlicer.xlsx");
 
// Access first worksheet.
Worksheet ws = wb.Worksheets[0];
 
// Access the first slicer inside the slicer collection.
Slicer slicer = ws.Slicers[0];
 
// Access the slicer items.
SlicerCacheItemCollection scItems = slicer.SlicerCache.SlicerCacheItems;
 
// Unselect 2nd and 3rd slicer items.
scItems[1].Selected = false;
scItems[2].Selected = false;
 
// Refresh the slicer.
slicer.Refresh();

// Set the slicer style/formatting.
slicer.StyleType = SlicerStyleType.SlicerStyleLight6;

// Remove slicer.
ws.Slicers.Remove(slicer);

Please see the following articles for more detail for your reference.

Rendering Slicers

Aspose.Cells also supports rendering of slicer shape. When you convert your worksheet into image or save your workbook to PDF or HTML formats, you will see, slicers are rendered properly.

Please see the following articles for more detail for your reference.

Add cells to Microsoft Excel Formula Watch Window

MS Excel Watch Window is a useful tool to watch the cell values and its formulas conveniently in a window. You can open the Watch Window using Microsoft Excel by clicking the Formulas > Watch Window. It has Add Watch button that can be used to add the cells for inspection. Similarly, you can use Worksheet.CellWatches.Add() method to add cells into Watch Window using Aspose.Cells API. Please see the following article for more detail on this topic for your reference:

Add Custom XML Parts and select them by ID

Custom XML Parts are the XML data that is stored inside the Microsoft Excel documents and are used by the applications that deal with them. There is no direct way of adding them using Microsoft Excel UI at the moment. However, you can add them programmatically. Please use Workbook.CustomXmlParts.Add() method if you want to add Custom XML Part using Aspose.Cells API. Please see the following article for more detail on this topic for your reference:

Extract text from the Gear type SmartArt shape

Aspose.Cells can extract text from the Gear type Smart Art shape. In order to do so, you should first convert Smart Art shape to group shape. Then you may get the array of all the individual shapes forming the group shape using the GroupShape.GetGroupedShapes() method. Finally, you can iterate all of individual shapes one by one in a loop and extract their text using the Shape.Text property. Please see the following article for more detail on this topic for your reference:

Get Address, CellCount Offset, EntireColumn and EntireRow of the Range

Aspose.Cells provides the Range object which has various utility methods to work with Excel Ranges easily:
Address – Gets address of the range.
CellCount – Gets all cell count in the range.
GetOffset – Gets range by offset.
EntireColumn – Gets a Range object that represents the entire column (or columns) that contains the specified range.
EntireRow – Gets a Range object that represents the entire row (or rows) that contains the specified range. Please see the following article for more detail on this topic for your reference:

Other Enhancements and Fixes

There are some other enhancements included and a few exceptions handled in the new release for the users. A few of the worth mentioning features and other improvements are as follows.

  • Improve converting line Callout to image.
  • WorkbookRender.ToImage(pageIndex, fileName/stream) and Bitmap WorkbookRender.ToImage(int pageIndex) methods included.
  • Support DateTimeOffset format when importing custom objects.
  • Handled EndOfStreamException when Aspose.Cells.Dll (latest assembly) is ilmerged.
  • Exception: “File is corrupted” when loading an XLS file.
  • ArgumentOutOfRangeException when Aspose.Cells (latest assembly) is ilmerged.

In Aspose.Cells 18.6, we fixed several important bugs and other issues. For example, issues around reading/writing MS Excel file formats, Rendering Excel to HTML and vice versa, manipulating hyperlinks, manipulating ListObject/Tables, rendering and manipulating charts and shapes, manipulating PivotTables, rendering images from Excel worksheets, rendering images files from charts and exporting Excel workbooks to PDF format have been resolved in the release.

Changes to the Public API

We provided some new APIs for supporting to get/set formulas in locale dependent format (the FormulaLocal function of Microsoft Interop):

  • Cell.GetFormula(bool isR1C1, bool isLocal)
  • Cell.SetFormula(string formula, bool isR1C1, bool isLocal, object value)
  • Name.GetRefersTo(bool isR1C1, bool isLocal)
  • Name.SetRefersTo(string refersTo, bool isR1C1, bool isLocal)
  • FormatCondition.GetFormula1(bool isR1C1, bool isLocal)
  • FormatCondition.SetFormula1(string formula, bool isR1C1, bool isLocal)
  • FormatCondition.GetFormula2(bool isR1C1, bool isLocal)
  • FormatCondition.SetFormula2(string formula, bool isR1C1, bool isLocal)
  • FormatCondition.GetFormula1(bool isR1C1, bool isLocal, int row, int column)
  • FormatCondition.GetFormula2(bool isR1C1, bool isLocal, int row, int column)
  • GlobalizationSettings.GetTableRowTypeOfHeaders()
  • GlobalizationSettings.GetTableRowTypeOfData()
  • GlobalizationSettings.GetTableRowTypeOfAll()
  • GlobalizationSettings.GetTableRowTypeOfTotals()
  • GlobalizationSettings.GetTableRowTypeOfCurrent()
  • GlobalizationSettings.GetErrorValueString(string err)
  • GlobalizationSettings.GetBooleanValueString(bool bv)
  • GlobalizationSettings.GetLocalFunctionName(string standardName)
  • GlobalizationSettings.GetStandardFunctionName(string localName)
  • GlobalizationSettings.GetLocalBuiltInName(string standardName)
  • GlobalizationSettings.GetStandardBuiltInName(string localName)
  • GlobalizationSettings.ListSeparator
  • GlobalizationSettings.RowSeparatorOfFormulaArray
  • GlobalizationSettings.ColumnSeparatorOfFormulaArray

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Upgraded Aspose.Words for Reporting Services to Latest Version of Aspose.Words for .NET 18.6

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Aspose.Words for SSRS iconWe are pleased to announce new release of Aspose.Words for Reporting Services. We have upgraded this release to the latest version of Aspose.Words for .NET 18.6. Please see the release notes for more detail. You can download the latest release of Aspose.Words for Reporting Services 18.6 from the following link:

Download Aspose.Words for Reporting Services 18.6

 

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