GroupDocs.Assembly for .NET 19.11 Release Notes
Supported dynamic insertion of links to internal document contents and extended the set of supported Markdown features.
Full List of Features Covering all Changes in this Release
|ASSEMBLYNET-128||Support dynamic insertion of links to bookmarks for Word Processing documents||Feature|
|ASSEMBLYNET-129||Support dynamic insertion of links to cells for Spreadsheet documents||Feature|
|ASSEMBLYNET-130||Support dynamic insertion of links to slides for Presentation documents||Feature|
|ASSEMBLYNET-131||Support dynamic insertion of links to bookmarks for emails||Feature|
|ASSEMBLYNET-133||Support code blocks and spans for Markdown||Feature|
|ASSEMBLYNET-134||Support strikethrough text for Markdown||Feature|
|ASSEMBLYNET-132||Valid license files are not accepted||Bug|
Public API and Backward Incompatible Changes
Extended the set of supported Markdown features
From now on, the following Markdown features are supported when saving assembled Markdown documents to Word Processing formats and saving assembled Word Processing documents and emails to Markdown:
Supported dynamic insertion of links to bookmarks for Word Processing documents and emails
You can also insert links to bookmarks to your reports dynamically using link tags. The syntax of a link tag is defined as follows:
Here, uri_or_bookmark_expression defines URI or the name of a bookmark within the same document for a hyperlink to be inserted dynamically. This expression is mandatory and must return a non-empty value.In turn, display_text_expression defines text to be displayed for the hyperlink. This expression is optional. If it is omitted or returns an empty value, then during runtime, a value of uri_or_bookmark_expression is used as display text as well.
Supported dynamic insertion of links to cells for Spreadsheet documents
For Spreadsheet documents, behavior of link tags is changed as follows. If an expression defined within a link tag is evaluated to a cell or cell range reference during runtime, then the tag is replaced with a link to the corresponding cell or cell range.
The following table describes supported formats of cell and cell range references.
|Reference to a cell within the same worksheet||cell_name||A1|
|Reference to a cell in another worksheet||worksheet_name!cell_name||Sheet1!A1|
|Reference to a cell range within the same worksheet||start_cell_name:end_cell_name||A1:B2|
|Reference to a cell range in another worksheet||worksheet_name!start_cell_name:end_cell_name||Sheet1!A1:B2|
Following is sample syntax, If the link to cell A1 is required to be inserted:
<<link ["A1"] ["Home"]>>
Supported dynamic insertion of links to slides for Presentation documents
For Presentation documents, behavior of link tags is changed as follows. If an expression defined within a link tag is evaluated to a “SlideN” value, where N is a one-based index of a slide within the same Presentation document, then the tag is replaced with a link to the corresponding slide during runtime.
See the example of the syntax as follows:
<<link ["Slide1"] ["Home"]>>