How to retrieve a html text from rich text area into word document without html code?

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Hello, I created a word document and pdf using by the connector.
It works well. however, the data from a rich text area retrieve with HTML code.

For example,
This is the format of the document.

«${doc.firstName}» «${doc.lastName}»,

«${today}»
Request conclusion
Dear «${doc.firstName}»,
After review by the HR, your request for «${doc.requestCategory}» has been evaluated.

Request conclusion:

«${doc.conclusion}»

And the result is as follow;

Walter Bates

2019-04-02

Request conclusion
Dear Walter,
After review by the HR, your request for Request has been evaluated.

Request conclusion:

< p >< b >Hello,< /b >< / p >< p >< b > This is conclusion < /b >< /p>

** In order to show the html code, I put some space between the code.

How to retrieve the HTML code from the BDM?
Thanks in advance

Comments

Submitted by antoine.mottier on Thu, 05/09/2019 - 17:24

If I understand correctly you have the following use case: user will input some information in a form using the "rich text area" widget. This widget output is HTML code that include both the content and the format information (bold, paragraph...).

When you use this as a value for a Word template you want to reuse the content and the HTML format to be converted in something compatible with Word. Is that correct?

Submitted by donghee.baik on Thu, 05/09/2019 - 18:11

Thanks for your comment.
Yes. That is exactly what I want.
I would like to create PDF (converted by word document) with the information from using the Rich text area widget.

I created a simple example.
I am going to upload soon

However, the valiable from the rich text widget contains html tag.
I want to insert the valiable without html code.
Thanks for your help.

Submitted by donghee.baik on Thu, 05/09/2019 - 18:43

THis is the example.
Thanks a lot.

PDF diagram example

Submitted by antoine.mottier on Thu, 05/09/2019 - 20:38

But do you want to keep the formatting provided by the rich text widget? Because, if you don't want this formatting you can simply use a regular text area widget.

Submitted by donghee.baik on Thu, 05/09/2019 - 22:33

I can use a plain text area in order not to have HTML format. But, I want to keep the format but I don't get how to keep the format inside a word document. Does Bonita support the format to converting PDF document?

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This one is the BEST answer!

I spent time looking at the connector source code and sadly I can confirm that the Word / ODT template connector currently does not support HTML formatting of a field. I have created a new entry for this improvement (for this Enterprise Edition feature) in our internal features/improvements tracker tool.

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Submitted by donghee.baik on Wed, 05/15/2019 - 21:55

Thanks for the answer. I am looking forward to seeing a new function.

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