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There are numerous libraries in Java that enable working with document files. An extensive and well-liked Java library is XDocReport. 


A Java package called XDocReport enables you to create reports from documents in various formats, including Microsoft Word, OpenOffice, and others. It can be used to generate reports using information from many different sources, such as databases and XML files. The library enables the ability to add styles, graphics, and other formatting choices to the resultant reports. Popular Java frameworks like Apache POI, Freemarker, and Velocity can be coupled with XDocReport to offer a strong and adaptable solution for producing reports in your Java-based applications. 


Here is an example of how to convert a docx file to a pdf file using XDocReport in Java: 


Fig 1: Preview of the output that you will get on running this code from your IDE

Code


  1. Copy the code using the "Copy" button above, and paste it in a Java file in your IDE.
  2. Add dependent library or download the dependent jar and add in your IDE class path.
  3. replace the file name in the variables- docPath and pdfPath
  4. Run the file to convert docx to pdf file.


I hope you found this useful. I have added the link to dependent libraries, version information in the following sections.


I found this code snippet by searching for "convert docx to pdf in java" in kandi. You can try any such use case!

Development Libraries


You can add the dependent library in your gradle or maven files. you can get the dependancy xml in above link.


You can search for any dependent library on kandi like XDocReport 

Environment Tested


I tested this solution in the following versions. Be mindful of changes when working with other versions.

  1. The solution is created in open-jdk-11.0.8.
  2. The solution is tested on XDocReport 2.0.4 version.


Using this solution, we are able to convert an file using the XDocReport library in Java with simple steps. This process also facilities an easy to use, hassle free method to create a hands-on working version of code which would help us convert docx to pdf file in Java.


Support


  1. For any support on kandi solution kits, please use the chat
  2. For further learning resources, visit the Open Weaver Community learning page.

There are numerous libraries in Java that enable working with document files. An extensive and well-liked Java library is XDocReport. 


A Java package called XDocReport enables you to create reports from documents in various formats, including Microsoft Word, OpenOffice, and others. It can be used to generate reports using information from many different sources, such as databases and XML files. The library enables the ability to add styles, graphics, and other formatting choices to the resultant reports. Popular Java frameworks like Apache POI, Freemarker, and Velocity can be coupled with XDocReport to offer a strong and adaptable solution for producing reports in your Java-based applications. 


Here is an example of how to convert a docx file to a pdf file using XDocReport in Java: 


Fig 1: Preview of the output that you will get on running this code from your IDE

Code


  1. Copy the code using the "Copy" button above, and paste it in a Java file in your IDE.
  2. Add dependent library or download the dependent jar and add in your IDE class path.
  3. replace the file name in the variables- docPath and pdfPath
  4. Run the file to convert docx to pdf file.


I hope you found this useful. I have added the link to dependent libraries, version information in the following sections.


I found this code snippet by searching for "convert docx to pdf in java" in kandi. You can try any such use case!

Development Libraries


You can add the dependent library in your gradle or maven files. you can get the dependancy xml in above link.


You can search for any dependent library on kandi like XDocReport 

Environment Tested


I tested this solution in the following versions. Be mindful of changes when working with other versions.

  1. The solution is created in open-jdk-11.0.8.
  2. The solution is tested on XDocReport 2.0.4 version.


Using this solution, we are able to convert an file using the XDocReport library in Java with simple steps. This process also facilities an easy to use, hassle free method to create a hands-on working version of code which would help us convert docx to pdf file in Java.


Support


  1. For any support on kandi solution kits, please use the chat
  2. For further learning resources, visit the Open Weaver Community learning page.

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QUESTION

WinUI list control that allows for dynamic item size, reordering, and virtualization

Asked 2021-Jul-05 at 00:06

I am trying to implement a document editor similar to Notion or Craft but in a WinUI/UWP application. Instead of using a "single-field" editor (like MS Word has), these apps show a vertical stack of content rows (so-called "blocks") that can contain text, media, link previews, LaTeX, etc. These rows can be rearranged with a :: handle on the side:

Notion UI recording

So I've been looking for some list/stack control that:

  • Recycles the row views that are not visible (i.e. "virtualization" in the XAML terminology).
  • Allows to reorder rows by dragging and dropping them (single or multiple).
  • Automatically adjusts row heights based on their content growing or shrinking in height (due to the user's input or because the app's window resized horizontally and wrapped some content).

Features I do not need: headers, columns, sorting, filtering. I have reviewed the following controls in WinUI 2.x and Windows Community Toolkit, but it looks like each of them lacks one or more of the required capabilities.

ListView

It seems to be the go-to control for the lists with drag'n'drop, but it can't resize the items dynamically. Also, its dragging uses the whole item area while I need to make it available only with a :: handle on the side.

ItemsStackPanel

A virtualization-supporting version of StackPanel, but, as far as I understand, panels are supposed to be used for simple layouting of child items and not for presenting long lists based on a data source.

VariableSizedWrapGrid

This is the only list/grid control that officially declares the support of variable-sized items, but at the same time, it does not support virtualization. However, I found a solution from 2013 that is based on pre-calculating the content size for invisible elements.

ItemsRepeater

A very basic control that does not provide virtualization on its own: "ItemsRepeater supports virtualization when attached to a host that supports virtualization."

DataGrid

A rather heavy control from WCT that seems to be the only one to dynamically resize cells depending on their content. Unfortunately, it does not allow row reordering (only sorting), so I can't use it either.


Did I miss something? If not, I wonder which one would be the best to build upon. Thanks!

ANSWER

Answered 2021-Jun-30 at 06:55

I have to say there is no control could fulfill all demands. In fact, the :: is used to control darg the specified item, you could achieve similar behavior in ListView control.

The ListView allows you to easily reorder items inside a ListView by setting the CanReorderItems and AllowDrop properties to True.If you don’t want to allow the user to drag specific items, you could set the CanDragItems property to True, and add an event handler for the DragItemsStarting event. For the event handler, you can check any condition and then simply set the Cancel property of the event arguments to true if you want to cancel the dragging action. As follows:

Xaml code:

1<ListView x:Name="TargetListView"              
2                CanReorderItems="True" CanDragItems="True" AllowDrop="True"         DragItemsStarting="TargetListView_DragItemsStarting">
3
4            <ListViewItem>
5                <TextBlock x:Name="item1" Text="item1"/>
6            </ListViewItem>
7            <ListViewItem >
8                <TextBlock x:Name="item2" Text="item2"/>
9            </ListViewItem>
10            <ListViewItem>
11                <TextBlock x:Name="item3" Text="item3"/>
12            </ListViewItem>
13          
14  </ListView>
15

Code behind:

1<ListView x:Name="TargetListView"              
2                CanReorderItems="True" CanDragItems="True" AllowDrop="True"         DragItemsStarting="TargetListView_DragItemsStarting">
3
4            <ListViewItem>
5                <TextBlock x:Name="item1" Text="item1"/>
6            </ListViewItem>
7            <ListViewItem >
8                <TextBlock x:Name="item2" Text="item2"/>
9            </ListViewItem>
10            <ListViewItem>
11                <TextBlock x:Name="item3" Text="item3"/>
12            </ListViewItem>
13          
14  </ListView>
15private void TargetListView_DragItemsStarting(object sender, DragItemsStartingEventArgs e)
16        {
17            e.Cancel = e.Items.Any(o =>
18            {
19                if (o is TextBlock t && t.Name.ToString() == "item2")
20                    return true;
21
22                return false;
23            });
24        }
25

As you can see, there are three textBlocks in ListView, the drag action of the textblock named item2 will be limited.

Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/68183861

Community Discussions contain sources that include Stack Exchange Network

    WinUI list control that allows for dynamic item size, reordering, and virtualization
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QUESTION

WinUI list control that allows for dynamic item size, reordering, and virtualization

Asked 2021-Jul-05 at 00:06

I am trying to implement a document editor similar to Notion or Craft but in a WinUI/UWP application. Instead of using a "single-field" editor (like MS Word has), these apps show a vertical stack of content rows (so-called "blocks") that can contain text, media, link previews, LaTeX, etc. These rows can be rearranged with a :: handle on the side:

Notion UI recording

So I've been looking for some list/stack control that:

  • Recycles the row views that are not visible (i.e. "virtualization" in the XAML terminology).
  • Allows to reorder rows by dragging and dropping them (single or multiple).
  • Automatically adjusts row heights based on their content growing or shrinking in height (due to the user's input or because the app's window resized horizontally and wrapped some content).

Features I do not need: headers, columns, sorting, filtering. I have reviewed the following controls in WinUI 2.x and Windows Community Toolkit, but it looks like each of them lacks one or more of the required capabilities.

ListView

It seems to be the go-to control for the lists with drag'n'drop, but it can't resize the items dynamically. Also, its dragging uses the whole item area while I need to make it available only with a :: handle on the side.

ItemsStackPanel

A virtualization-supporting version of StackPanel, but, as far as I understand, panels are supposed to be used for simple layouting of child items and not for presenting long lists based on a data source.

VariableSizedWrapGrid

This is the only list/grid control that officially declares the support of variable-sized items, but at the same time, it does not support virtualization. However, I found a solution from 2013 that is based on pre-calculating the content size for invisible elements.

ItemsRepeater

A very basic control that does not provide virtualization on its own: "ItemsRepeater supports virtualization when attached to a host that supports virtualization."

DataGrid

A rather heavy control from WCT that seems to be the only one to dynamically resize cells depending on their content. Unfortunately, it does not allow row reordering (only sorting), so I can't use it either.


Did I miss something? If not, I wonder which one would be the best to build upon. Thanks!

ANSWER

Answered 2021-Jun-30 at 06:55

I have to say there is no control could fulfill all demands. In fact, the :: is used to control darg the specified item, you could achieve similar behavior in ListView control.

The ListView allows you to easily reorder items inside a ListView by setting the CanReorderItems and AllowDrop properties to True.If you don’t want to allow the user to drag specific items, you could set the CanDragItems property to True, and add an event handler for the DragItemsStarting event. For the event handler, you can check any condition and then simply set the Cancel property of the event arguments to true if you want to cancel the dragging action. As follows:

Xaml code:

1<ListView x:Name="TargetListView"              
2                CanReorderItems="True" CanDragItems="True" AllowDrop="True"         DragItemsStarting="TargetListView_DragItemsStarting">
3
4            <ListViewItem>
5                <TextBlock x:Name="item1" Text="item1"/>
6            </ListViewItem>
7            <ListViewItem >
8                <TextBlock x:Name="item2" Text="item2"/>
9            </ListViewItem>
10            <ListViewItem>
11                <TextBlock x:Name="item3" Text="item3"/>
12            </ListViewItem>
13          
14  </ListView>
15

Code behind:

1<ListView x:Name="TargetListView"              
2                CanReorderItems="True" CanDragItems="True" AllowDrop="True"         DragItemsStarting="TargetListView_DragItemsStarting">
3
4            <ListViewItem>
5                <TextBlock x:Name="item1" Text="item1"/>
6            </ListViewItem>
7            <ListViewItem >
8                <TextBlock x:Name="item2" Text="item2"/>
9            </ListViewItem>
10            <ListViewItem>
11                <TextBlock x:Name="item3" Text="item3"/>
12            </ListViewItem>
13          
14  </ListView>
15private void TargetListView_DragItemsStarting(object sender, DragItemsStartingEventArgs e)
16        {
17            e.Cancel = e.Items.Any(o =>
18            {
19                if (o is TextBlock t && t.Name.ToString() == "item2")
20                    return true;
21
22                return false;
23            });
24        }
25

As you can see, there are three textBlocks in ListView, the drag action of the textblock named item2 will be limited.

Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/68183861

Community Discussions contain sources that include Stack Exchange Network

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