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Word Formatting Styles are not Always Being Passed Through XML Conversion (Doc ID 560886.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 20, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle Universal Content Management - Version: and later   [Release: 10gR3 and later ]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


When a document is converted, styles are usually transferred accross as a "<scc_Stylename>" tag. However in templates where styles are applied to a text unit (such a a cell in a table), the formatting change, as described, causes a special enclosing tag to be created in the raw XML produced by the Flexion filters. This tag does not have a "name" attribute, which causes the XSLT stylesheet to miss the tag, and identify the table cell contents with a scc_Normal tag.

Steps To Reproduce:
1.) Create a word document with a style applied to a text unit (for example, within a cell of a table).
2.) Categorize the document with Flexion, while retaining raw xml.
3.) Review the raw xml and note the text you created is not under the <scc_stlyeFromStep1> tag.


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