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Dynamic Insertion of Links to Bookmarks, Cells and Slides using GroupDocs.Assembly 19.11

Document Automation (or document assembly) is widely used by organizations for their reporting services and GroupDocs.Assembly for .NET and Java APIs provide a complete package of features required to build reports dynamically. Keeping the modern trends in mind and to meet the emerging requirements of our customers, we keep introducing the new features. Recently, we have released the v19.11 of our document automation API with quite a useful set of features.
November 26, 2019 · 3 min · Usman Aziz

Embed Inline Syntax Error Messages in Generated Reports using GroupDocs.Assembly for Java 19.3

In the latest version of GroupDocs.Assembly for Java we have introduced an exciting feature of Inline Syntax Error Messages. Are you thinking about what does make this feature so exciting? Well, I am going to answer it in this post. First, let’s have a brief overview of how does GroupDocs.Assembly generate the reports. GroupDocs.Assembly uses pre-defined document templates that contain the LINQ statements. These templates are evaluated, processed and then populated by API’s engine during the run-time.
March 22, 2019 · 2 min · Usman Aziz

Assemble External Document Dynamically using GroupDocs.Assembly for Java 18.12

We 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.
December 24, 2018 · 2 min · Ali Ahmed

Handle Empty Paragraphs using GroupDocs.Assembly for Java 18.10

We are excitedly announcing the monthly release of GroupDocs.Assembly for Java 18.10. Using the latest version, you can now remove empty paragraphs in word processing, presentation, and email documents. We recommend you to install the latest version of the API for a better user experience. Features Introduced While assembling a document, if syntax tags are removed or replaced with empty values, the output document will have empty paragraphs. In version 18.
November 20, 2018 · 2 min · Ali Ahmed

Set Target File Format using GroupDocs.Assembly for Java 18.9

We are excitedly announcing a new feature in the monthly release of GroupDocs.Assembly for Java 18.9. Using the latest version, you can now change the target file format of an assembled document using file extension or explicit specification. You can change the target file format when assembling Word Processing, Spreadsheet, Presentation, Email and Text file formats. We recommend you to install the latest version of the API for a better user experience.
October 2, 2018 · 3 min · Ali Ahmed

Dynamic Insertion of Hyperlinks in Documents using GroupDocs.Assembly for Java 18.7

We are excitedly announcing the monthly release of GroupDocs.Assembly for Java 18.7. Using the latest version, you can now insert hyperlinks dynamically in Word Processing, Spreadsheet, Presentation and Email documents. Furthermore, a bug related to DocumentAssembler is now fixed. We recommend you to install the latest version of the API for a better user experience. Features IntroducedUsing GroupDocs.Assembly for Java 18.7, you can now insert hyperlinks to your reports dynamically using link tags.
August 19, 2018 · 1 min · Ali Ahmed

Color Individual Chart Series Points using GroupDocs.Assembly for Java 18.5

At GroupDocs, we keep on updating our products for better user experience. In this regard, we are excitedly announcing the monthly release of GroupDocs.Assembly for Java 18.5. Using the latest version, you can now change color of chart series and individual point series dynamically for word processing, spreadsheet and presentation formats. We recommend you to install the latest version of API for a better experience. Features IntroducedFollowing new features are introduced in version 18.
June 15, 2018 · 2 min · Ali Ahmed

Work with Table-Row Data Bands and Conditional Blocks in GroupDocs.Assembly for Java 18.2

At GroupDocs, we keep on updating our products for better user experience. In this regard, we are excitedly announcing another monthly release of GroupDocs.Assembly for Java 18.2. Using the latest version, you can now add single-column table-row data bands in word processing, spreadsheet, presentation, and email messages with HTML and RTF bodies. We would recommend you to download and integrate this latest release. Features IntroducedGroupDocs.Assembly for Java extends abilities to work with single-column table-row data bands and conditional blocks.
March 19, 2018 · 2 min · Ali Ahmed

Insert Chart Axis Title Dynamically using GroupDocs.Assembly for Java 18.1

At GroupDocs, we are always focused on improving our API’s. In this regard, we are excitedly announcing another monthly release of GroupDocs.Assembly for Java 18.1. Using the latest version, you can now change chart axis title dynamically in the spreadsheet, presentation, and email documents. We would recommend you to download and integrate this latest release. Insert Chart Axis Title DynamicallyGroupDocs.Assembly for Java 18.1 provides support for inserting chart axis title in spreadsheet, presentation, and email documents.
February 11, 2018 · 1 min · Ali Ahmed

Remove Chart Series Dynamically with GroupDocs.Assembly for Java 17.11

At GroupDocs, we are always focused on delivering the best to our customers. In this regard we are excitedly announcing another monthly release of GroupDocs.Assembly for Java v17.11. You can now insert images and barcodes in emails format, and remove selective chart series dynamically. Furthermore, new identifiers for barcodes are introduced in this new release. We would recommend you to download and integrate this latest release. Java Document Assembly API - New Features This latest release provides support for:
November 16, 2017 · 1 min · Ali Ahmed