Preserving Meta-Characters during Replacement & Enhanced LINQ Reporting Engine inside Java Apps

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It contains over 63 useful new features, enhancements & bug fixes, such as new Feature to Preserve Meta-Characters During Replacement improved character spacing control logic, improved space shrinking for Verdana font, improved “allow handing punctuation” handling when kerning is enabled, Fixed bug causing error in page numbers in multi-page documents rendered into PostScript, Proper calculation of undocumented margins in DrawingML Charts implemented & Horizontal axis of Bubble Chart scaling.


Lane Cove, NSW, Australia, January 22, 2018 - (PressReleasePoint) -

What's New in this Release?

Aspose development team is happy to announce the monthly release of Aspose.Words for Java 18.1.0. There are 63 improvements and fixes in this regular monthly release. The most notable includes improved character spacing control logic, improved space shrinking for Verdana font, improved “allow handing punctuation” handling when kerning is enabled, Fixed clip issue with semi-broken tables, Fixed draw order of wrapped shapes in 2013 mode, Fixed repeated header height problem during field update, Fixed the bug causing error in page numbers in multi-page documents rendered into PostScript, Proper calculation of undocumented margins in DrawingML Charts implemented, Horizontal axis of Bubble Chart scaling fixed, Vertical axis of 3DArea Chart scaling fixed, MS Word 2016 approach for rendering of DrawingML Charts axis labels implemented; (Labels are rotated to fit the chart), Fixed rendering of Legend markers for 3D-LineChart, Improved rendering of composite (with multiple series) charts and Chart title with ManualLayout rendering fixed. This release has enhanced the support of data band inside a single-column table row for LINQ Reporting Engine. In previous versions of Aspose.Words, when opening and closing foreach tags are inside same cell, the output contents would be in the same cell. Starting from Aspose.Words 18.1, users can export the single-column data band in separate new row using greedy switch. This has enhanced the support of conditional blocks in table’s row for LINQ Reporting Engine. If users put an opening if, elseif, or else tag and a closing if tag in the same cell, the engine treats a template option formed by these tags as a common one rather than a table-row one by default. However, users can override this behavior making the engine to treat such a template option as a table-row one by specifying a greedy switch. It has added FindReplaceOptions.PreserveMetaCharacters property in Aspose.Words 18.1 to preserve meta-characters beginning with “&” during replacement. In this release, Aspose team has removed following obsolete public method from CompositeNode class. The parameter “isLive” is not used anymore. It has added new feature in the release of Aspose.Words to show or hide the chart axis. Users can use ChartAxis.Hidden property to achieve this. XmlMapping.StoreItemId property has been added in this release to specify the custom XML data identifier for the custom XML data part. Please read DataBinding class for more detail about storeItemID property. The list of new and improved features added in this release are given below

  • Add feature to show/hide axis of chart
  • API to get geometric position of element in Word Doc
  • Add feature to get w:storeItemID of StructuredDocumentTag
  • Add feature to add multiple replies to comment using Comment.AddReply
  • RTF to Pdf conversion issue with text-box position
  • Empty row gets added when closing tag <</foreach>> is in last row of table
  • Incorrect ChartDataPoint Cloning
  • Some headers/footers have height of 0 in XMLs obtained by internal layout API
  • Rework Pdf digital signing code to be compatible with NetStandart 2.0
  • The length of superscripted footnote's text is incorrect in RTF output.
  • Shape is not rendered correctly in output PDF
  • Gradient fill image is filled as solid fill in PDF
  • Thai words are showing as squares when converted to DOC.
  • Document.UpdateFields does not update LastSavedTime.
  • Bullets rendering issue on Linux
  • Header contents are overlapped with body contents after conversion from Docx to Pdf
  • Content overlaps footer
  • Right borders specified for "tr" or "tbody" elements are not applied to cell
  • ReplacingArgs.Replacement returns incorrect value
  • Scaling issue of charts in DOCX to PDF conversion
  • Difference in values of axis in DOCX to PDF rendering
  • Barcode images are missing upon RTF conversion
  • DOCX to PDF conversion loses some images
  • Font information garbled in RTF document
  • White Paragraphs in Cells Turn Black during Saving a RTF
  • Incorrect TOC page number in RTF to DOCX conversion
  • Incorrect TOC page number in RTF to DOCX conversion
  • Repeating Section Content Control is not rendered in output PDF
  • RTF to DOCX conversion issue for Footnote Words Become Superscript
  • Incorrect rotation of the X-axis label text when exporting to PDF
  • Legend markers for 3D-LineChart are rendered incorrectly when exporting to PDF
  • Incorrect TOC page number in RTF to DOCX conversion
  • Error in page number when converting to PostScript
  • Range.Replace text within GroupShape does not Replace
  • DOCX to HTML conversion issue with chart rendering
  • OfficeMath is changed after re-saving DOCX
  • AllowHangingPunctuation rule is improperly processed
  • When open DOCX file, an exception occurs
  • Html save as Odt - view of table is different than in Docx and in MS Word
  • Document.Compare returns incorrect revisions
  • Incorrect TOC page number in RTF to DOCX conversion


Other most recent bug fixes are also included in this release

Newly added documentation pages and articles

Some new tips and articles have now been added into Aspose.Words for .NET documentation that may guide users briefly how to use Aspose.Words for performing different tasks like the followings.

Overview: Aspose.Words

Aspose.Words is a word processing component that enables .NET, Java & Android applications to read, write and modify Word documents without using Microsoft Word. Other useful features include document creation, content and formatting manipulation, mail merge abilities, reporting features, TOC updated/rebuilt, Embedded OOXML, Footnotes rendering and support of DOCX, DOC, WordprocessingML, HTML, XHTML, TXT and PDF formats (requires Aspose.Pdf). It supports both 32-bit and 64-bit operating systems. Users can even use Aspose.Words for .NET to build applications with Mono.

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