You can convert JSON to DOT in your Android applications in two-step process. Firstly, by using Powerful Spreadsheet Processing API Aspose.Cells for Android via Java you can parse JSON to PDF. In the second step, you can convert PDF to DOT by using Word Processing API Aspose.Words for Android via Java . Both APIs come under Aspose.Total for Android via Java product family.
Convert JSON Format to DOT in Android via Java
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You can easily use Aspose.Total for Android via Java directly from Maven and install libraries in your app.
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Set Layout & Convert JSON Format to DOT in Android via Java
Furthermore, the API allows you to set layout options for your JSON format while parsing JSON to DOT using JsonLayoutOptions . It allows you to process Array as a table, ignore nulls, ignore array title, ignore object title, convert string to number or date, set date and number format, and set title style. All of these options allow you to present your data as per your needs. The following code snippet shows you how to set the layout options.
Convert JSON Format to DOT with Watermark in Android via Java
Using the API, you can also convert JSON to DOT with watermark. In order to add a watermark to your DOT document, you can first parse the JSON file to PDF and add a watermark to it. In order to add a watermark, load the newly created PDF file using the Document class, create an instance of TextWatermarkOptions and set its properties, Call Watermark.setText method and pass watermark text & object of TextWatermarkOptions. After adding the watermark, you can save the document to DOT.
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DOT What is DOT File Format?
Files with .DOT extension are template files created by Microsoft Word to have pre-formatted settings for generation of further DOC or DOCX files. A template file is created in order to have specific user settings that should be applied to subsequent files created from these. These settings include page margins, borders, headers, footers, and other page settings. Such templates are used in official documents such as company letterheads and standardized forms. The DOT file format is specific to Microsoft Word 2003 and earlier, but is supported by higher versions as well. Microsoft Word by default opens every new document based on normal.dot file. If modified, all the new files created will result in same settings as from the template file. In Microsoft Word 2007, the DOT file format has been replaced with Office OpenXML based DOTX file format.Read More