Aspose .NET AutoMerge for Dynamics CRM 2013/2015 is now available

aspose Words for net e1378287014402 Aspose .NET AutoMerge for Dynamics CRM 2013/2015 is now availableThe Aspose AutoMerge is an open source add-on to be used with Microsoft Dynamics CRM. This add-on is capable of merging documents into one and attaching them to Letter and sending emails. Easily configure a workflow and generate documents from templates. Aspose .NET AutoMerge can be used with on-premises only.

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Features in this Release

This release supports the following features.

  • Create Templates in Microsoft Word and Upload them in CRM.
  • Create a Document in CRM using the templates.
  • Allow users to Add Optionset fields in the templates.
  • Allow users to Add Lookup fields in the templates.
  • Provide functionality to attach the generated document with letter
  • Provide functionality to attach the generated document with email
  • Provide functionality to send the email.

This add on will work with all versions of Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011.

Downloading Aspose .NET AutoMerge

The addon is provided in the form of a solution. You can download the latest solution from:

Installing Aspose .NET AutoMerge

  • Install Aspose.Words.dll in GAC on the CRM server.
  • Open Visual studio command Prompt as administrator and browse to the location of Aspose.words.dll and Write the following command to install the library in GAC. “gacutil -i aspose.words.dll”.
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  • Download the Solution File.
  • Open CRM and go to Import Solution.
  • Click Browse and select the downloaded solution file and click next.
  • Click Next and wait for the solution to import.
  • Click close when the solution is imported successfully.

Using Aspose .NET AutoMerge

This section shows how Aspose .NET AutoMerge can be used with a workflow.

  • Open Settings -> Processes within CRM and hit New.
  • Enter Name and Entity and select category as Workflow. (Make sure your template is designed for the same entity you have selected.)
  • Use the window to create your own workflow.
  • If you want to use “Aspose AutoMerge” functionality Go to Add Step – > Aspose AutoMerge
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Here you will see all available options to use with Aspose AutoMerge:

  • Create Document
  • Attach To Email
  • Attach To Letter
  • Delete Temp Document
  • Send Email

Please find full User guide here.

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Your feedback is very important to us. Please feel free to provide feedback and raise feature requirements. We are keen to implement customer driven features since we are a 100% customer driven company.

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Create Signature Line, Specify Absolute PivotItem Position, Custom Decimal & Group Separators with Aspose.Cells for Java 8.3.2

aspose Cells for Java 100 Create Signature Line, Specify Absolute PivotItem Position, Custom Decimal & Group Separators with Aspose.Cells for Java 8.3.2Aspose.Cell for Java 8.3.2 has been released and we are pleased to announce that this month’s release contains many useful improvements and features. Most worth mentioning feature is the support for Signature Line. Please refer to the release notes of Aspose.Cells for Java 8.3.2 for a full list of bug fixes and improvements along with details on what has been changed in the public API since the previous release. If you are planning to upgrade the Aspose.Cells for Java API to the latest revision, we would strongly suggest you to check the complete Public API Changes section to know what has been changed in the API since your current version.

While you are downloading the latest build, here is a look at the biggest features in this release.

Support for Signature Line

Microsoft Excel provides the feature to add Signature Line in Excel spreadsheets by clicking the Insert tab and then selecting the Signature Line from the Text group. This feature allows adding the information about the person whose signatures are required on the document while supplying some key information such as name, designation, email address and so on. Aspose.Cells also provides this feature and has exposed the Picture.setSignatureLine field and SignatureLine class for this purpose. For more details, please go through the detailed article on Creating Signature Line in a Spreadsheet.

Specify Absolute PivotItem Position

Another worth mentioning feature is the support for Absolute Positioning of the PivotItem. Aspose.Cells for Java 8.3.2 has provided this support by exposing a series of new fields that can be used to specify the position of a PivotItem within a parent node and also in the complete collection.

Here are a few details about the newly exposed fields whereas the code snippets are available in the detailed article as linked above.

  • PivotItem.setPosition field can be used to specify the position index in the PivotItemCollection regardless of the parent node.
  • PivotItem.move(int count, boolean isSameParent) method can be used to move the item up or down based on the count value, where count is the number of position to move the PivotItem up or down. If the count value is less than zero, the item will move up in the hierarchy where as if the count value is larger than zero, the PivotItem will move down. The Boolean type isSameParent parameter specify whether the moving operation has to be performed in the same parent node or not.
  • PivotItem.setPositionInSameParentNode field that can be used to specify the position index in the PivotItemCollection under the same parent node.

Important point to note here is that before using any of the above mentioned fields/methods it is necessary to call the PivotTable.refreshData and PivotTable.calculateData methods first.

Support for Custom Number Decimal and Group Separators

While using Microsoft Excel application, the user can specify the custom Decimal and Thousands separators instead of using the system’s predefined separators for a particular spreadsheet. Same can be achieved using the Aspose.Cells for Java API by using the newly exposed fields such as setNumberDecimalSeparator and setNumberGroupSeparator for the WorkbookSettings class. Please check the detailed article on Specify Custom Decimal & Group Separators.

Improved Worksheet & Workbook Printing

Aspose.Cells for Java 8.3.2 has exposed two new overloads for the SheetRender.toPrinter & same for the WorkbookRender.toPrinter. One of the new overloads accept two integer parameters along with a string parameter for the printer name and prints a range of Worksheet & Workbook pages to the printer. Other overload accepts a string parameter to specify the printing job name along with the printer name.

Signatures of the above discussed overloads are as follow.

  • WorkbookRender.toPrinter(String printerName, int printPageIndex, int printPageCount)
  • SheetRender.toPrinter(String printerName, int printPageIndex, int printPageCount)
  • WorkbookRender.toPrinter(String printerName, String jobName)
  • SheetRender.toPrinter(String printerName, String jobName)

Enable the Rendering of Unsupported Unicode Characters

Some Unicode characters cannot be displayed using any specified font but they can be displayed with another font family. One of such Unicode character is the Non-breaking Hyphen (U+2011) and its Unicode number is 8209. This character cannot be displayed with Times New Roman but it can be displayed with other fonts like Arial Unicode MS.

When a spreadsheet containing such characters is to rendered on PDF canvas while using a not supporting font family like Times New Roman, the Aspose.Cells API used to change the font of entire word or sentence to another font which could display this character. However, this could be an undesirable behavior for some users and they want only that specific character’s font to be changed instead of changing the font of entire word or sentence. In order to deal with this scenario, the Aspose.Cells for Java 8.3.2 API has exposed the setFontSubstitutionCharGranularity field for the PdfSaveOptions class which should be set to true so that only the font of specific character to be changed to another displayable font whereas the rest of the word or sentence should remain in original font.

Determine which Axis exists in a Chart

Charts can be of any type, where a few chart types such as all the variations of the Pie and Doughnut does not have any axis. Previously, it was not possible to retrieve the information about the particular axis of a given chart but with the release of Aspose.Cells for Java 8.3.2, the API has exposed the Chart.hasAxis method to determine if the chart has a particular axis or not.

You may achieve the same as discussed above while using the following code snippet.


//Create workbook object from source
Workbook workbook = new Workbook("source.xlsx");

//Access the worksheet containing the desired chart
Worksheet worksheet = workbook.getWorksheets().get(0);

//Access the desired chart from the collection
Chart chart = worksheet.getCharts().get(0);

//Determine which axis exists in the chart
boolean ret = chart.hasAxis(AxisType.CATEGORY, true);
System.out.println("Has Primary Category Axis: " + ret);

ret = chart.hasAxis(AxisType.CATEGORY, false);
System.out.println("Has Secondary Category Axis: " + ret);

ret = chart.hasAxis(AxisType.VALUE, true);
System.out.println("Has Primary Value Axis: " + ret);

ret = chart.hasAxis(AxisType.VALUE, false);
System.out.println("Has Seconary Value Axis: " + ret);

Please visit the documentation for details, and if you still have any questions, we always welcome inquiries on Aspose.Cells Support Forum.

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Check Password to Modify, Create Signature Line, Specify Absolute PivotItem Position, Custom Decimal & Group Separators with Aspose.Cells for .NET 8.3.2

aspose Cells for net 100 Check Password to Modify, Create Signature Line, Specify Absolute PivotItem Position, Custom Decimal & Group Separators with Aspose.Cells for .NET 8.3.2Aspose.Cells for .NET 8.3.2 has been released. This release contains some useful features and a number of other enhancements. It contains over 70 fixes and other improvements, including the new features as listed below. The most important new features includes support for Signature Line, check Password to modify and specify absolute PivotItem position. If you are planning to upgrade the API from a previous release, we suggest you to check documents in the Public API Changes section.

Check Password to modify using Aspose.Cells APIs

You can assign Password to open and Password to modify while creating your spreadsheets in Microsoft Excel. This feature is useful when you need to check if the given password matches with the actual Password to modify programmatically. Aspose.Cells provides Workbook.CheckWriteProtectedPassword() method that you can use to check if the given Password to modify is correct or not.

Support for Signature Line

Microsoft Excel provides the feature to add Signature Line in Excel spreadsheets by clicking the Insert tab and then selecting the Signature Line from the Text group. This feature allows adding the information about the person whose signatures are required on the document while supplying some key information such as name, designation, email address and so on. Aspose.Cells also provides this feature and has exposed the Picture.SignatureLine attribute and SignatureLine class for this purpose. For more details, please go through the detailed article on Creating Signature Line in a Spreadsheet.

Specify Absolute PivotItem Position

Another worth mentioning feature is the support for Absolute Positioning of the PivotItem. Aspose.Cells for .NET 8.3.2 has provided this support by exposing a series of new attributes that can be used to specify the position of a PivotItem within a parent node and also in the complete collection.

Here are a few details about the newly exposed fields whereas the code snippets are available in the detailed article as linked above.

  • PivotItem.Position property can be used to specify the position index in the PivotItemCollection regardless of the parent node.
  • PivotItem.Move(int count, bool isSameParent) method can be used to move the item up or down based on the count value, where count is the number of position to move the PivotItem up or down. If the count value is less than zero, the item will move up in the hierarchy where as if the count value is larger than zero, the PivotItem will move down. The Boolean type isSameParent parameter specify whether the moving operation has to be performed in the same parent node or not.
  • PivotItem.PositionInSameParentNode property that can be used to specify the position index in the PivotItemCollection under the same parent node.

Important point to note here is that before using any of the above mentioned properties/methods it is necessary to call the PivotTable.RefreshData and PivotTable.CalculateData methods first.

Support for Custom Number Decimal and Group Separators

While using Microsoft Excel application, the user can specify the custom Decimal and Thousands separators instead of using the system’s predefined separators for a particular spreadsheet. This can be achieved using the Aspose.Cells for .NET API by using the newly exposed attributes such as, NumberDecimalSeparator and NumberGroupSeparator for the WorkbookSettings class. Please check the detailed article on Specify Custom Decimal & Group Separators.

Improved Worksheet & Workbook Printing

Aspose.Cells for .NET 8.3.2 has exposed two new overloads for the SheetRender.ToPrinter & same for the WorkbookRender.ToPrinter. One of the new overloads accept two integer parameters along with a string parameter for the printer name and prints a range of Worksheet & Workbook pages to the printer. Other overload accepts a string parameter to specify the printing job name along with the printer name. Please see the detailed document on printing range of pages using SheetRender and WorkbookRender.

Signatures of the above discussed overloads are as follow.

  • WorkbookRender.ToPrinter(String printerName, int printPageIndex, int printPageCount)
  • SheetRender.ToPrinter(String printerName, int printPageIndex, int printPageCount)
  • WorkbookRender.ToPrinter(String printerName, String jobName)
  • SheetRender.ToPrinter(String printerName, String jobName)

Enable the Rendering of Unsupported Unicode Characters

Some Unicode characters cannot be displayed using any specified font but they can be displayed with another font family. One of such Unicode character is the Non-breaking Hyphen (U+2011) and its Unicode number is 8209. This character cannot be displayed with Times New Roman but it can be displayed with other fonts like Arial Unicode MS.

When a spreadsheet containing such characters is rendered on PDF canvas while using a not supporting font family like Times New Roman, the Aspose.Cells API used to change the font of entire word or sentence to another font which could display this character. However, this could be an undesirable behavior for some users and they want only that specific character’s font to be changed instead of changing the font of entire word or sentence. In order to deal with this scenario, the Aspose.Cells for .NET 8.3.2 API has exposed the IsFontSubstitutionCharGranularity property for the PdfSaveOptions class which should be set to true so that only the font of specific character to be changed to another displayable font whereas the rest of the word or sentence should remain in original font.

Determine which Axis exists in a Chart

Charts can be of any type, where a few chart types such as all the variations of the Pie and Doughnut does not have any axis. Previously, it was not possible to retrieve the information about the particular axis of a given chart but with the release of Aspose.Cells for .NET 8.3.2, the API has exposed the Chart.HasAxis method to determine if the chart has a particular axis or not.

You may achieve the same as discussed above while using the following code snippet.


//Create workbook object
Workbook workbook = new Workbook("source.xlsx");

//Access the first worksheet
Worksheet worksheet = workbook.Worksheets[0];

//Access the chart
Chart chart = worksheet.Charts[0];

//Determine which axis exists in chart
bool ret = chart.HasAxis(AxisType.Category, true);
Console.WriteLine("Has Primary Category Axis: " + ret);

ret = chart.HasAxis(AxisType.Category, false);
Console.WriteLine("Has Secondary Category Axis: " + ret);

ret = chart.HasAxis(AxisType.Value, true);
Console.WriteLine("Has Primary Value Axis: " + ret);

ret = chart.HasAxis(AxisType.Value, false);
Console.WriteLine("Has Seconary Value Axis: " + ret);

Other Enhancements and Fixes

In the new version, we have also provided the following new enhancements:

 

  • Render HTML for each sheet with the contents of the element only
  • Aspose.Cells increases the corresponding row height accordingly
  • Render smooth and curved at edges Chart lines
  • Copying a Range with PasteType.All also copies the Hyperlink
  • Enhance exceptions while handling un-supported OOXML file formats

 

We have fixed a few exceptions that occurred while loading and opening Microsoft Excel file formats. We have also fixed the exceptions that occurred while calculating formulas in the spreadsheets.

In this release, several important issues have been addressed. For example, issues around reading/ writing Microsoft Excel file formats, manipulating PivotTables, printing spreadsheets, manipulating ListObject/ tables, applying borders to the cells, rendering HTML file format, protecting spreadsheets, manipulating shapes, copying and pasting range of cells, rendering images from Excel worksheets, manipulating charts with formatting, rendering images files from charts and exporting Excel workbooks to PDF format have been resolved. We have also fixed some issues regarding Aspose.Cells formula calculation engine to enhance it further.

We have also supported conditional formatting in the desktop based Grid control provided by Aspose.Cells for .NET. We have added support to create/set named ranges and fixed a few issues in the web based Grid control by Aspose.Cells for .NET.

To see a complete list of enhancements and fixes, and to download Aspose.Cells for .NET 8.3.2, please visit the download page.

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Visio Diagrams Export and Shapes Manipulation Improvements in Aspose.Diagram for Java 5.0.0

aspose diagram for java e1401178596961 Visio Diagrams Export and Shapes Manipulation Improvements in Aspose.Diagram for Java 5.0.0We’re pleased to announce the release of Aspose.Diagram for Java 5.0.0. This minor release improves export quality of the Visio diagram to PDF and image file formats. It also addresses other shape manipulation improvements like assigning shape to a layer and setting TwoD property of the shape. This release includes the most recent bug fixes and advanced techniques of enhancements.

Remove Additional White Spaces

During the export of Visio files to PDF or thumbnail format, the Aspose.Diagram API exporter was placing a few additional white space around the actual drawing or extra half ellipse shape.

  • VSD to PDF export, extra white space on the left and right side of the drawing

  • VSD to PNG export, extra white space on the left and right side of the drawing

Layout Improvements

Aspose.Diagram for .NET is an easy to use API for converting, editing and manipulating complex Visio diagrams. This new release improves the placement accuracy of the shape’s text item. In some cases, text items of the shapes were misplaced from their original position. We have fixed all these problematic areas.

Aspose.Diagram for Java Resources

The following resources will help you work with Aspose.Diagram for Java:

We hope you’ll enjoy this new release that save time and efforts. The API is quite simple and developers can use it in application easily.

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Process any document from FTP storage using Aspose for Cloud 1.1.7.5 release

asposeCloudAPIs Process any document from FTP storage using Aspose for Cloud 1.1.7.5 releaseWe are pleased to announce the release of Aspose for Cloud 1.1.7.5. With this new release, create, read, manipulate and export features are greatly improved. You can now process your documents uploaded to FTP storage of your choice.

All you need to do to process documents from FTP storage is configure your FTP storage with Aspose for Cloud. Once configured with Aspose for Cloud, you can use this storage by passing storage name to any API supported by Aspose for Cloud. Storage parameter is supported by all APIs to accept storage name.

Aspose for Cloud will expect the document at root of your FTP storage if you provide storage name of your FTP storage to any API. If your documents are not at the root and uploaded to any folder or sub-folder, you will have to use folder parameter in your request URI and pass path to the folder your document is present in. Following is a sample URI.

https://api.aspose.com/v1.1/pdf/Empty.pdf?storage=MyBoxStorage&folder=Folder1/SubFolder1

Several UI and API issues have also been fixed in this release.

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EPUB to PDF and Non-searchable PDF to searchable PDF conversion with Aspose.Pdf for Java 9.7.1

aspose Pdf for Java 100 EPUB to PDF and Non searchable PDF to searchable PDF conversion with Aspose.Pdf for Java 9.7.1It gives us an immense pleasure to announce the release of of Aspose.Pdf for Java 9.7.1 which provides new features and enhancements previously requested by other customers. Along these new features and enhancements, many of the issues reported in previous release versions are also resolved, which make this new release more powerful and robust as compared to earlier releases.

EPUB to PDF Conversion

EPUB (short for electronic publication) is a free and open e-book standard from the International Digital Publishing Forum (IDPF). Files have the extension .epub. The conversion of EPUB to PDF has been supported in Aspose.Pdf for .NET for quite sometime. So under the same vision of making both siblings identical in features, the conversion of EPUB to PDF is now supported in Aspose.Pdf for Java. For further details, please visit Convert EPUB File to PDF Format


//Instantiate LoadOption object using EPUB load option
com.aspose.pdf.EpubLoadOptions optionsepub = new com.aspose.pdf.EpubLoadOptions();
//Create Document object
com.aspose.pdf.Document docepub = new com.aspose.pdf.Document("C:\\source.epub", optionsepub);
//Save the resultant PDF document
docepub.save("C:\\resultant.pdf");

Converting non searchable PDF to searchable PDF

A PDF file may consist of Text, Image, Attachments, Annotations, Graphs etc elements. In case we have an image file converted to PDF format and we have a requirement to manipulate/extract the text contents from Image PDF, it is not possible in a simple manner. Even Adobe reader cannot provide the feature to extract text contents from Image PDF. In order to accomplish this requirement, we need to perform OCR over image inside PDF file and then extract those contents for further manipulation. In this new release, we have supported the feature to convert non-searchable (Image PDF) to searchable PDF document and it can be accomplish with the help of Google tesseract OCR. For further details, please visit Converting non searchable PDF to searchable PDF document.

As well as the enhancements and features discussed above, there have been numerous fixes related to recently introduced PDF to DOC conversion, PDF to Excel conversion, PDF to HTML conversion, PDF to PDF/A conversion, XPS to PDF conversion, PDF to TIFF conversion, text replacement, text extraction, rendering PDF files to XPS, creating TOCs in PDF files, and printing PDFs with embedded fonts. Please download and try the latest Aspose.Pdf for .NET 9.7.1 release.

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Visio Diagrams Formatting Improvements while Exporting to other File Formats in Aspose.Diagram for .NET 5.0.0

aspose Diagram for net 100 Visio Diagrams Formatting Improvements while Exporting to other File Formats in Aspose.Diagram for .NET 5.0.0We’re pleased to announce the release of Aspose.Diagram for .NET 5.0.0. This is primarily a maintenance release. We address retaining text items formatting, shape’s layout, shape color and missing shapes improvements. We also address about the fixes of assigning shapes to a layer, export performance and other error messages while loading diagrams or saving to any other supported formats.

Layout Improvements in Visio Shapes

In some scenarios, the exported output files were not following the re-layout page options and placed at the same old locations. The list below describes shortlisted issues of this area:

  • Fixed: Laying out shapes in the FlowChart, the position of the shapes is not changed.

  • Fixed: VSD to PDF conversion, additional white space on the top of actual drawing.

  • Fixed: VSD to SVG conversion, incorrect visibility by overlapping of black color.

Retain Shape Text Items Formatting and Color

The text that you move or copy have a font or other kind of formatting applied to it. The shapes were turned into the black shapes because the API exporter was not preserving fill color. Similarly, the incorrect sequence of line breaks, etc. It was the case with various Visio sample drawings. In this new release, we have included a few such fixes.

  • Fixed: VSDX to PDF conversion, incorrect sequence of line breaks in the shape’s text.

  • Fixed: VSDX to HTML conversion, incorrect sequence of line breaks in the shape’s text.

  • Fixed: VSD to PDF conversion, bullet text lines are going outside the container shape.

  • Fixed: VSD to HTML conversion, bullet text lines are going outside the container shape.

  • Fixed: VSD to PDF conversion, text items with incorrect position.

  • Fixed: VSD to PDF conversion, missing an empty line of the paragraph.

  • Fixed: VSDX to PDF conversion, missing textfield at the top right corner.

  • Fixed: VSD to PDF conversion, Shape’s text with incorrect wrapping/layout.

  • Fixed: VSDX to PDF conversion, shape Fill color is changed.

  • Fixed: VSDX to HTML conversion, shape Fill color is changed.

  • Fixed: VSDX to PDF conversion, incorrect background color of the shapes.

  • Fixed: VSDX to HTML conversion, incorrect background color of the shapes.

  • Fixed: VSD to PDF conversion, background color of the shape is not preserved.

Preserve missing shapes

In this release, we have also improved this area. We notice a few users were not able to preserve shapes in their output file formats. These issues have been fixed.

  • Fixed: VSDX to PDF conversion, shapes are not preserved.

  • Fixed: VSDX to HTML conversion, shapes are not preserved.

Other Fixes

This new version brings fixes to reported error messages and include various other enhancements. Please see the complete list of fixed error messages in the new version.

  • Fixed: InvalidCastException message while saving diagram to SVG format.

  • Fixed: Error message when opened the output VDX drawing in the Visio.

  • Fixed: Warnings when opened the output Visio file in MS Office 2010/2007.

  • Fixed: VSDX to VDX conversion, warning message of invalid data.

In a scenario, the user was not able to assign shapes to a layer and facing export performance issue. We have fixed such issues too.

Aspose.Diagram for .NET Resources

The following resources will help you work with Aspose.Diagram for .NET:

We hope you’ll enjoy this new release that save time and efforts. The API is quite simple and developers can use it in application easily.

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More features to work with Spreadsheet documents are now available in Aspose for Cloud Ruby SDK

Aspose.Cells for Cloud

aspose cells for cloud 140px More features to work with Spreadsheet documents are now available in Aspose for Cloud Ruby SDKAspose.Cells for Cloud’s platform independent document manipulation API is a true REST API that can be used with any language: .NET, Java, PHP, Ruby, Rails, Python, jQuery and many more. You can use it with any platform — web, desktop, mobile, and cloud.

Aspose.Cells for Cloud allows you to modify, manage and convert spreadsheets on the cloud. Learn More

New Spreadsheet Features in the Aspose for Cloud Ruby SDK

We have implemented the following features:

Download

You can download Ruby SDK from

You can downloaded latest version from https://github.com/asposeforcloud/Aspose_Cloud_SDK_For_Ruby/releases/tag/v1.0.0

Usage Examples

You can find usage example on our wiki page at https://github.com/asposeforcloud/Aspose_Cloud_SDK_For_Ruby/wiki/Working-with-spreadsheet-file-formats

Start a Free Trial Today

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

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Sync Sitefinity Users with Google Contacts using Aspose .NET Google Sync for Sitefinity

aspose Email for net 100 Sync Sitefinity Users with Google Contacts using Aspose .NET Google Sync for SitefinitySitefinity Google Sync is an open source add-on from Aspose that links your Sitefinity users to Google/Gmail contacts without requiring any other software. It uses powerful features of Aspose.Email for .NET to allow you to easily sync your Google contacts and Sitefinity users.

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This initial version of the module is enriched with the following features to make the sync process effective, simple and easy to use.

  • Google/Gmail server credentials are encrypted and saved in the database so that you don’t have to enter them every time you use the module.
  • Sync all or selected Gmail contacts to Google and vice versa.
  • Option to select one or more Sitefinity user when performing Google/Gmail to Sitefinity sync.
  • Existence of every contact/user in the destination system is checked before migration to make sure that the sync does not create duplicate records.
  • The contacts migrated to Google/Gmail are put in Other Contacts group so that you can verify and move only required ones to My Contacts.
  • A brief summary of the sync process is shown upon completion.

 

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Sitefinity to Google Sync

System Requirements

In order to setup Aspose .NET Google Sync for Sitefinity add-on you need to have the following requirements met:

  • Sitefinity CMS running on ASP.NET 4.0

Please feel free to contact us if you have any issues setting up this Sitefinity Add-on.

Installing and Configuring the Aspose .NET Google Sync for Sitefinity Add-on

You can download the Aspose .NET Google Sync for Sitefinity add-on from one of the following locations:

Once downloaded, please follow these steps to install the Add-on into your Sitefinity website:

Step 1: Copy files to your Sitefinity installation

Please extract the downloaded ZIP file. You will need FTP or direct access to the Sitefinity installation folder on the server to perform the following:

  1. Copy Aspose.Email.dll and Aspose.SiteFinity.GoogleSync.dll into the bin folder of the Sitefinity installation.
  2. Copy the Addons folder on the root of the Sitefinity installation where the bin folder is located.

Step 2: Register the Aspose .NET Google Sync for Sitefinity add-on in Sitefinity

  1. Log into your Sitefinity CMS with an ‘Administrator’ account. The login page can be reached by http://www.mywebsite.com/sitefinity
  2. Click Administration and then Settings.
    The Basic Settings page appears.
  3. Click the Advanced link.
    The Settings page appears.
  4. In the left pane, click Toolboxes followed by Toolboxes, then PageControls, Sections and ContentToolboxSection, then Tools.
  5. Click Create new.
    The widget registration form appears.
  6. Fill the form fields as follows:
    1. Make sure Enabled is selected.
    2. Add ~/Addons/AsposeGoogleSync/AsposeGoogleSync.ascx in the Control CLR Type or Virtual Path field.
    3. Add Name, Title and Description as follows:
      AsposeGoogleSync
      Aspose Google Sync
      Sync Sitefinity Users with Google Contacts using Aspose .NET Google Sync for Sitefinity
    4. You may leave all other fields as they are.
  7. When finished, click Save changes.
    The widget is registered in the toolbox and can be used in Sitefinity. The settings are also shown in the picture below

 

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Registering Aspose .NET Google Sync for Sitefinity Add-on in Sitefinity

 

Using the Aspose .NET Google Sync for Sitefinity Add-on

After you have installed and configured the Aspose .NET Google Sync for Sitefinity add-on it is really simple to start using it on your website. Please follow these simple steps to get started:

  1. Make sure you are logged-in to Sitefinity with an Administrator level account.
  2. Navigate to the page where you want to add the Google Sync add-on. Make sure the page is opened in edit mode.
  3. From the Drag Widgets menu on the right, select Aspose Google Sync and drag it into position.

 

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Using Sitefinity Google Sync Add-on

You have successfully installed and added Aspose .NET Google Sync for Sitefinity Module to your page. You will be presented with three simple options to get started

 

  • Google to Sitefinity Sync
  • Sitefinity to Google Sync
  • Google Settings

You will asked to enter Google Server details when clicking on any option for the first time. A simple form takes all the required details to connect to your Google account and then these details will be encrypted and saved in the database for later use.

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Video

Please check this video to see it in action.

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Examples of Aspose.Email Code Comparisons with Apache POI HSMF – Now Available in NetBeans IDE

aspose email for java1 Examples of Aspose.Email Code Comparisons with Apache POI HSMF   Now Available in NetBeans IDEnetbeans logox801 Examples of Aspose.Email Code Comparisons with Apache POI HSMF   Now Available in NetBeans IDEAspose has now integrated the examples of Aspose.Email for Java code and a features comparison with Apache POI HSMF in Aspose Project Wizard for NetBeans IDE.

After this Aspose.Words vs Apache POI WP, Aspose.Slides vs Apache POI SL, Aspose.Cells vs Apache POI SS and Aspose.Email vs Apache POI HSMF are available in Aspose Project Wizard from version 2.3 and onwards.

With this integration you don’t need to manually download the Aspose Java APIs code comparison examples with Apache POI framework as they are now available through the plugin’s Aspose New Example wizard within NetBeans IDE.

Comparison examples shows side by side code comparison for features available in both Aspose.Email and Apache POI HSMF.

How to Create the Aspose.Email Features Comparison Example with Apache POI within NetBeans IDE

  1. Create an Aspose application using the Aspose Project wizard (detailed steps are mentioned in previous Aspose blog post). In the wizard, select the Aspose.Email component like shown in below screenshot:Aspose.Email Component Selected s Examples of Aspose.Email Code Comparisons with Apache POI HSMF   Now Available in NetBeans IDE
  2. Create new Aspose Example from New File option in NetBeans IDE (detailed steps are mentioned in previous Aspose blog post).
  3. Select Aspose.Email component from the selection box.
    Examples will be downloaded and will appear in tree format including Aspose.Emails code comparison examples with Apache POI HSMF as shown in below image. Select an example from tree and click Finish.
  4. Aspose.Email Example Selected s Examples of Aspose.Email Code Comparisons with Apache POI HSMF   Now Available in NetBeans IDEThis starts downloading of selected example dependencies, that is, the Apache POI framework library jars.
  5. After the dependencies has downloaded, the selected example is available in your Aspose application within respective package under Source Packages along with Apache POI framework jars.Aspose.Email Libs after Example m Examples of Aspose.Email Code Comparisons with Apache POI HSMF   Now Available in NetBeans IDE

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Aspose Project Wizard for NetBeans is open source and its source code is available on below mentioned major social coding websites. Developers can extend the functionality if they want or learn from it to make their own plugins.

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