Jan 3, 2012 at 6:43 PM
Edited Jan 4, 2012 at 7:34 AM
Another use case: We have an application that dates back to .NET 1.0 which we have refactored but couldn't get rid of the HTML (now XHTML) content. We now also use the TX Text Control and kept on storing any text in XHTML format. I.e. we have customers with
DBs full of XHTML data.
If we would just ignore CSS, what about Html to OpenXML (http://notesforhtml2openxml.codeplex.com/) which is based on the Open XML SDK for MS Office?
Could this somehow be used together with DocX? This would really really be great because the major PITA we are currently experiencing are different versions of MS Word used by our customers. We are still using MS Word automation via COM and this sucks big
time. DocX would stop us from having nightmares if it could allow for injection of (X)HTML.
Are there any chances of combining the efforts of DocX and Html to OpenXML?