Aspose Newsletter for March 2011 has now been published that highlights all the newly supported features offered in the recent releases of its JasperReports exporters, SQL Server rendering extensions, .NET, Java & SharePoint components. This month’s technical article explains how to work with email messages from within SharePoint applications. Also a demo for configuring Aspose.Pdf for JasperReports with JasperServer & how to produce charts in Excel programmatically, in the technical tip section.
Product Spotlight - Merging Aspose.Pdf and Aspose.Pdf.Kit
Aspose.Pdf allows developers to create and manipulate PDF documents without using Adobe Acrobat. Aspose.Pdf.Kit allows developers to manage and manipulate existing PDF files, and manage form fields within PDF files.
The two products are often used together and have much complementary functionality. We have therefore decided to merge the two products. This benefits our customers by making the product easier to understand and use. We will provide an easy migration path for customers of the existing products to get the new product. The old products will be supported until your software subscription expires. To know more about both the products please visit Aspose.Pdf Product Family page .
Technical Article - Working with digital signatures in Aspose.Words for .NET
Aspose.Words gives you access to a documents digital signature (or signatures if it has several) through the Digital Signatures collection. It is possible to validate one or more signatures in a document as well as to check its security certificate. Click here to read the complete article .
Tutorial Video - Updating Chart Data with OLE Frames using Aspose.Slides
Aspose.Slides lets you create and manipulate Microsoft PowerPoint files in many different ways. This video tutorial shows you how to update a section of a chart from OLE frame data. The process is complete: from how to apply an Aspose.Slides license, open a presentation, select the data to update, updating the data to saving and viewing the resulting presentation. The video is just under 2 minutes long. Updating Chart Data with OLE Frames using Aspose.Slides .
Migration Tip - Auto-filtering data with Aspose.Cells and VSTO
Microsoft Excel’s auto-filter feature allows you create a filter on a column, using the values in that column as the filter. It makes it easy to select only pertinent values from a list. When you work in a .NET environment, you can create a spreadsheet, populate it with values and apply an auto-filter programmatically. This migration tip shows how to do this using VSTO and Aspose.Cells, both using C# and VB. The. Read more about Auto-filtering data with Aspose.Cells and VSTO
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