Isis
  1. Isis
  2. ISIS-173

Domain Service (in domain-libs) to allow domain object entities to convert OpenXml (.docx) to PDFs.

    Details

    • Type: New Feature New Feature
    • Status: Closed
    • Priority: Minor Minor
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • Affects Version/s: None
    • Fix Version/s: None
    • Component/s: None
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      Description

      Provide a standalone implementation of a service to generate PDFs from OpenXML (.docx) that can be registered as a hidden service, and injected into domain objects so that they are able to convert their draft OpenXML (.docx) format (eg as obtained via ISIS-172) into an immutable PDF format.

      NB: OpenXML .docx are flow-based format, and is generally considered mutable format, whereas PDF is a page-based format, and as such may be preferred as the "canonical" way to store outbound correspondence from an organization.

      The interface for such a service could be something like:

      [Hidden]
      public interface FormatConversionService

      { byte[] openXmlToPdf(byte[] openXml); }

        Activity

        Dan Haywood created issue -
        Dan Haywood made changes -
        Field Original Value New Value
        Description Provide a standalone implementation of a service to generate PDFs from OpenXML (.docx) that can be registered as a hidden service, and injected into domain objects so that they are able to send emails.

        NB: OpenXML .docx are flow-based format, and is generally considered mutable format, whereas PDF is a page-based format, and as such may be preferred as the "canonical" way to store outbound correspondence from an organization.

        The interface for such a service could be something like:

        [Hidden]
        public interface FormatConversionService {

            byte[] openXmlToPdf(byte[] openXml);

        }

        Provide a standalone implementation of a service to generate PDFs from OpenXML (.docx) that can be registered as a hidden service, and injected into domain objects so that they are able to convert their draft OpenXML (.docx) format (eg as obtained via ISIS-172) into an immutable PDF format.

        NB: OpenXML .docx are flow-based format, and is generally considered mutable format, whereas PDF is a page-based format, and as such may be preferred as the "canonical" way to store outbound correspondence from an organization.

        The interface for such a service could be something like:

        [Hidden]
        public interface FormatConversionService {

            byte[] openXmlToPdf(byte[] openXml);

        }

        Dan Haywood made changes -
        Component/s Examples [ 12313826 ]
        Component/s Domain: Services [ 12313799 ]
        Dan Haywood made changes -
        Fix Version/s GIT REPO only [ 12323869 ]
        Dan Haywood made changes -
        Component/s Examples [ 12313826 ]
        Dan Haywood made changes -
        Status Open [ 1 ] Closed [ 6 ]
        Fix Version/s GIT REPO only [ 12323869 ]
        Resolution Fixed [ 1 ]

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            Reporter:
            Dan Haywood
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