I need an offline application which can convert a given open office odt file to either pdf, doc or docx.
The odt document will contain many graphs, Header, Footer and an empty table of content which needs to be updated before the conversion.
The app is not allowed to use external online conversion services. It must do it locally.
If during the conversion it finds an error in either the odt code or in the process, it has to write that information out in an error log.
For the project we are looking for a solution without the OpenOffice API. We are using it already and have problems using it. It is not 100% relieable and can crash under load and hangs after that. Trying to recover the old file. That makes it nearly impossible to use an automation with it...
So the app will be called with the following parameter:
- folder to save the file
i.e.: [login to view URL] -"[login to view URL]" -"c:\temp" -"c:\temp\[login to view URL]" -"pdf"
Preferred languages: Delphi/Pascal, Java, Python but not restricted to it...
- source code to the program
- TOC must be updated
- Errors in the source odt file must be reported
16 freelancers are bidding on average $135 for this job
Hi, I am Delphi expert with large experience in various areas including OpenOffice document manipulation. Can you tell me will a target computer have OpenOffice installed?
Hello! I am a python developer. I looked at your project and it seems interesting. I have all necessary skills required for this project. Ping me to discuss in detail.
I am Ring. I am about 18+ years experienced in GNU/Linux based system, server installation and customization, develop, deploy, security and support. I may help you in this regard.
Thanks for your job posting. I am a Software Engineer, and I specialize C++, C#, ASP.NET, Java. Please give me your detail… Let’s share our idea. Looking forward to hear from you soon. Best Regards.
Hello, I can write a Python script for you to convert the .odt to any file format supported by Openoffice. Message me through chat and I will start working on the script. Thank you.