Save , Save as HTML and Edit LibreOffice WorkBook without running LO at at
Mon Mar 12 03:11:34 PDT 2012

Dear Michael ,

We have an OOO|LO workbook in server. Jboss is generating report based on that workbook. This process is written. In old version  ( which was using OOO&  Swing on client side) we were opening that Workbook. Everything was working fine.

Now in new version we would like to have LO on server side and use web based client. For that purpose we have to :
1. Generate report on server side in LO workbook ( this is done)
2. Save it as HTML ( that is also done using code I have sent , but performance is not very good and sometime LO is crashing)
3. Send it to web based client ( we are using EXT GWT framework for client)

./soffice is not useful becasue then we need first to save file in hdd (originaly file is in database , convert an send to Client.

Are you in right way ?

P.S. See prototypehere  <>

On 3/12/2012 1:49 PM, Michael Meeks wrote:
> On Mon, 2012-03-12 at 13:25 +0400, at wrote:
>> As we informed earlier we are trying to Migrate from OOO Calc to LO
>> Calc in  our J2EE software.  One of the function we need is to ” SAVE
>> AS HTML”  OOO|LO Calc Workbook .  Now we are doing it using the code /
>> method below.
> 	So - I didn't really grok what your use-case is. For "export to HTML"
> you must have some model / file format to start with and want to convert
> it to something else.
> 	Assuming that is not libreoffice itself, you probably want to look at
> running:
> 	./soffice --help
> ...
> --convert-to output_file_extension[:output_filter_name] [--outdir output_dir] files
>        Batch convert files.
>        If --outdir is not specified then current working dir is used as output_dir.
>        Eg. --convert-to pdf *.doc
> 	Which you can just spawn in the background, will do the conversion and
> exit.
>> Excel Files.)  . We are looking to , but
>> we are very new to LO so any recommendation is very welcome.
> 	That might be possible, you could do more work to the ooconvert thing
> to make it possible to bootstrap UNO (@#$@$#%ing difficult sadly) inside
> your existing application, and then link the libraries that do the work
> into that, but .... really it'd be easier to run ./soffice --convert-to
> foo.xls baa.ods or whatever.
> 	HTH,
> 		Michael.

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