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Advanced HTML Export Template Techniques (Doc ID 437785.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 10, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Outside In Technology - Version 8.0.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Purpose

The purpose of this bulletin is to leverage the HTML Export template language to perform "partial" conversions of presentation, spreadsheet and/or vector formats (including PDF).  It may also be useful to customers just learning the HTML Export template language in general, as it demonstrates some advanced functionality.

Scope

This note has been re-purposed to be a place where users can review some advanced HTML Export templates, to learn some of the more powerful features of templates.  This note is particularly focused on one primary use case, but may be updated to contain more broad categories in the future.  This particular use case may be of interest to users who are trying to generate output containing only the first page/slide/worksheet from vector graphics, presentations or spreadsheet files. It can also aid customers who may be seeing performance problems when converting these formats, as it gives the user an option to preview the partial file before performing the full file conversion.

This does not generally apply to word processing formats, or other format types not listed in the Title.  Users of this document should refer to the Templates chapter of the HTML Export documentation.  Users of this document will also need a general familiarity with the HTML Export SDK, as this document references relevant pieces of the SDK, including header files.

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In this Document
Purpose
Scope
Details
 Background
 Creating a Template For Exporting Only First Section of Files
 Applying Template to Specific Formats

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