PdfFormattingOptions is Introduced in GroupDocs.Conversion for Java 18.12

GroupDocs.Conversion

GroupDocs.Conversion for Java 18.12 comes with some new features, improvements and bug fixes. Conversion from IGS, PLT and CGM formats is introduced. Now, API can automatically add extension of the converted file if not set. Image, PDF and Word conversion is also improved. Furthermore, Excel to SVG and Xps to Pdf conversion issues are now resolved. Please take a look over the release notes to get an idea about the changes introduced. We’d recommend you to integrate latest release of the API in your project and share your feedback

Features

  • PdfFormattingOptions when converting to PDF
  • Implement specific options for converting TXT documents
  • Conversion from Igs, Plt and Cgm
  • Password protection when converting to ODS
  • Supports conversion of password protected ODS document

Improvements

  • Automatically add extension of the converted file if not set
  • Remove obsolete constructors and properties
  • Image to PDF conversion improvement
  • Improve per page savings when converting to Words, Images, Slides, Cells, Pdf, Xps, Html
  • Security improvements update
  • Pdf to Cells improvement
  • Words, Slides, PDF, HTML, Cells and Image conversion options
  • Implement option for removing embedded files in Pdf

Bug Fixes

  • Exception when cache is enabled
  • XLS to HTML output is too small
  • Excel to SVG conversion issue
  • Xps to Pdf conversion issue
  • The image inside presentation isn’t the same in ODP output
  • Missing border in ODS Excel output
  • XLSX file eats almost 2 GB RAM while converting and the process never completes
  • Ms word document font substitution issue
  • Trendlines in graphs on word documents not displaying
  • Numbered items in .txt file converted to .pdf, output is not as expected
  • An exception raises while rendering to the image output

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Search for Metadata Signatures in Images using GroupDocs.Signature for .NET 18.12

GroupDocs.Signature

We at GroupDocs, are pleased to announce another monthly release of GroupDocs.Signature for .NET. This latest release 18.12 of the API comes up with a feature to add and search for Metadata Signatures in Images. Apart from that, a few fixes and improvements are also introduced in this version, therefore, we recommend you to download the new version of the API to evaluate the exciting new features and enhance your document e-signing experience.

Features

Search Metadata Signature in Images

You can search for Metadata Signatures within the Images.
Following example demonstrates how to search Metadata Signatures in Images:

// setup search options
ImagesSearchMetadataOptions searchOptions = new ImagesSearchMetadataOptions();
// search document
SearchResult result = handler.Search(fileName, searchOptions);

Improvements

  • Extend Form-Field signature name automatically with number prefix for multiple-pages options
  • Handling exceptions with proper details and exception type

Bug Fixes

  • Skip Output folder when SaveOptions.OutputFileName is set as absolute path
  • Exception is fired when searching in PDF documents for Form-Fields that were setup without name

Available Channels and Resources

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Stability of Multi-Threaded Environment is Improved in GroupDocs.Editor for .NET 18.12

GroupDocs Editor for .NET

We are excitedly announcing another monthly release of GroupDocs.Editor for .NET. This latest release 18.12 comes up with some improvements, like compatibility of lists and paragraphs with HTML-Editors and stability in multi-threaded environment. Furthermore, few bug fixes are also introduced in this release, we therefore recommend our users to download latest API and get benefits from improved API features.

Improvements

  • Compatibility of lists and paragraphs with HTML-Editors
  • Increase accuracy of space and gap distances between document elements
  • Stability in multi-threaded environment

Bug Fixes

  • Exception with SDT during backward conversion
  • Improper processing of bookmarks
  • Incorrect processing of unusual shapes in ShapeProcessor

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Perform Wildcard Search in GroupDocs.Search for Java 18.12

GroupDocs.Search for JavaWe are pleased to announce the monthly release of GroupDocs.Search for Java 18.12. Using the latest version, you can now index and search blended characters and perform a wildcard search. We would recommend you to install and use the latest version of the API.

Features

Following are the new features introduced in the latest version:

Blended Characters Search

GroupDocs.Search for Java API 18.12 introduces a new class of characters – blended. When indexing, blended characters are interpreted simultaneously as valid letters and as separators. For example, if the hyphen is marked as a blended character then indexing of term ‘silver-gray’ will result in saving of 3 terms in the index: ‘silver’, ‘gray’, and ‘silver-gray’. The following code snippet shows how to work with blended characters:


String indexFolder = "c:\\MyIndex";
String documentFolder = "c:\\MyDocuments";
  
// Creating index
Index index = new Index(indexFolder);
  
// Marking hyphen as blended character
index.getDictionaries().getAlphabet().setRange(new char[] { '-' }, CharacterType.Blended);
  
// Adding documents to index
index.addToIndex(documentFolder);
  
// Searching for word 'silver-gray'
SearchResults results = index.search("silver-gray");

For more details on this feature, please visit this documentation article.

Wildcard Search

The latest version allows performing search of words containing wildcards. There are two possible forms of wildcards to use in wildcard search:

  • ? – question mark representing one arbitrary character
  • ?(N~M) – the range of arbitrary characters in an amount from N to M, where N and M must be in the range from 0 to 255

The following code snippet shows how to perform wildcard search:


String indexFolder = "c:\\MyIndex";
String documentFolder = "c:\\MyDocuments";
  
// Creating index
Index index = new Index(indexFolder);
  
// Adding documents to index
index.addToIndex(documentFolder);
  
// Searching for words 'affect' or 'effect' in a one document with 
// 'principal', 'principle', 'principles', or 'principally'
SearchResults results1 = index.search("?ffect & princip?(2~4)");
  
// Searching with a single query for phrases 'assure equal opportunities', 
// 'ensure equal opportunities', and 'sure equal opportunities'
SearchResults results2 = index.search("\"?(0~2)sure equal opportunities\"");

For more details on this feature, please visit this documentation article.

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Work with Blended Characters using GroupDocs.Search for .NET 18.12

GroupDocs.Search for .NETWe are delighted to announce the monthly release of GroupDocs.Search for .NET 18.12. Using the latest version, you can now index and search blended characters and perform a wildcard search. We would recommend you to install and use the latest version of the API.

Features

Following are the new features introduced in the latest version:

Blended Characters Search

GroupDocs.Search for .NET API 18.12 introduces a new class of characters – blended. When indexing, blended characters are interpreted simultaneously as valid letters and as separators. For example, if the hyphen is marked as a blended character then indexing of term ‘silver-gray’ will result in saving of 3 terms in the index: ‘silver’, ‘gray’, and ‘silver-gray’. The following code snippet shows how to work with blended characters:


string indexFolder = @"c:\MyIndex";
string documentFolder = @"c:\MyDocuments";
   
// Creating index
Index index = new Index(indexFolder);
   
// Marking hyphen as blended character
index.Dictionaries.Alphabet.SetRange(new char[] { '-' }, CharacterType.Blended);
   
// Adding documents to index
index.AddToIndex(documentFolder);
   
// Searching for word 'silver-gray'
SearchResults results = index.Search("silver-gray");

For more details on this feature, please visit this documentation article.

Wildcard Search

The latest version allows performing search of words containing wildcards. There are two possible forms of wildcards to use in wildcard search:

  • ? – question mark representing one arbitrary character
  • ?(N~M) – the range of arbitrary characters in an amount from N to M, where N and M must be in the range from 0 to 255

This following code snippet shows how to perform wildcard search:


string indexFolder = @"c:\MyIndex";
string documentFolder = @"c:\MyDocuments";
   
// Creating index
Index index = new Index(indexFolder);
   
// Adding documents to index
index.AddToIndex(documentFolder);
   
// Searching for words 'affect' or 'effect' in a one document with 
// 'principal', 'principle', 'principles', or 'principally'
SearchResults results1 = index.Search("?ffect & princip?(2~4)");
   
// Searching with a single query for phrases 'assure equal opportunities', 
// 'ensure equal opportunities', and 'sure equal opportunities'
SearchResults results2 = index.Search("\"?(0~2)sure equal opportunities\"");

For more details on this feature, please visit this documentation article.

Available Channels and Resources

Here are a few channels and resources for you to download, try, learn and get technical support on GroupDocs.Search:

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Change Page Orientation using GroupDocs.Merger for Java 18.12

GroupDocs Editor for Java

We are pleased to announce GroupDocs.Merger for Java 18.12 with many new features. This latest release provides the ability to change page orientation along with feature to rotate pages in the document. Furthermore, you can also get list of all the formats supported by the API. Please check GroupDocs.Merger for Java 18.12 release notes for further reference.

Features

Change Page Orientation

New method changeOrientation let you change page orientation(portrait, landscape) for pages in the document.

DocumentResult result = new DocumentHandler().changeOrientation(documentExample, OrientationMode.Landscape, new int[]{1,6});

Get Supported Formats

Method getSupportedFormats() is added to get all formats supported by the API.

Map documentFormatsContainer = new DocumentHandler().getSupportedFormats();

Rotate Pages

rotatePages method allows you to rotate pages in document.

DocumentResult result = new DocumentHandler().rotatePages(documentExample, RotateMode.Rotate270);

Supports Diagram and Note Formats

Diagram and Note formats are supported by following methods:

  • Join
  • MovePage
  • RemovePage
  • Split document
  • SwapPages
  • Trim

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Assemble External Document Dynamically using GroupDocs.Assembly for Java 18.12

Document Assembly APIWe are excitedly announcing the monthly release of GroupDocs.Assembly for Java 18.12. Using the latest version, you can now assemble external documents dynamically for Word Processing and Email file formats. Previously, an evaluation mark was added to a nested document being inserted dynamically, which is now fixed. We recommend you to install the latest version of the API for better user experience.

Features Introduced

You can insert contents of outer documents to your reports dynamically using doc tags. A doc tag denotes a placeholder within a template for a document to be inserted during runtime. The syntax of a doc tag is defined as follows:

<<doc ["document_expression"]>>

An expression declared within a doc tag is used by the engine to load a document to be inserted during runtime. The expression must return a value of one of the following types:

  • A byte array containing document data
  • An  InputStream instance able to read document data
  • A string containing a document URI

While building a report, an expression declared within a doc tag is evaluated and its result is used to load a document whose content replaces the doc tag then.

By default, a document being inserted is not checked against template syntax and is not populated with data as well. However, you can enable this by using a build switch as follows:

<<doc ["document_expression"] -build>>

When a build switch is used, the engine treats a document being inserted as a template that can access the following data available at the scope of a corresponding doc tag:

  • Data sources
  • Variables
  • A contextual object
  • Known external types

For more details on this feature, please visit this documentation article.

Fixes

The following bug is fixed in the latest version of the API.

  • An evaluation mark is added to a nested document being inserted dynamically

Available Channels and Resources

Here are a few channels and resources for you to download, try, learn and get technical support on GroupDocs.Assembly for Java:

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Support for Dynamic Insertion of External Documents in GroupDocs.Assembly for .NET 18.12

We are delighted to announce a new feature in the monthly release of GroupDocs.Assembly for .NET 18.12. Using the latest version, you can now assemble external documents dynamically for Word Processing and Email file formats. Previously, an evaluation mark was added to a nested document being inserted dynamically, which is now fixed. We recommend you to install and use the latest version of the API.

Features Introduced

You can insert contents of outer documents to your reports dynamically using doc tags. A doc tag denotes a placeholder within a template for a document to be inserted during runtime. The syntax of a doc tag is defined as follows:

<<doc ["document_expression"]>>

An expression declared within a doc tag is used by the engine to load a document to be inserted during runtime. The expression must return a value of one of the following types:

  • A byte array containing document data
  • Stream instance able to read document data
  • A string containing a document URI

While building a report, an expression declared within a doc tag is evaluated and its result is used to load a document which content replaces the doc tag then.

By default, a document being inserted is not checked against template syntax and is not populated with data as well. However, you can enable this by using a build switch as follows:

<<doc ["document_expression"] -build>>

When a build switch is used, the engine treats a document being inserted as a template that can access the following data available at the scope of a corresponding doc tag:

  • Data sources
  • Variables
  • A contextual object
  • Known external types

For more details on this feature, please visit this documentation article.

Fixes

The following bug is fixed in the latest version of the API.

  • An evaluation mark is added to a nested document being inserted dynamically

Available Channels and Resources

Here are a few channels and resources for you to download, learn, try and get technical support on GroupDocs.Assembly for .NET.

Feedback

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