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From chengjh <>
Subject Re: How to insert Table with AutoCaption in swriter?
Date Thu, 23 Aug 2012 07:04:59 GMT
HI Xiao Ting,

As I know, currently, it seems not able to do as you expect..The option
settings are stored in class SwModuleOptions, which defines a variable
named by "pModuleConfig" in class SwModule,accessible
globally.Theoretically, the pair APIs "setPropertyValue"
and "getPropertyValue" provided by css::beans::XPropertySet can be used to
set/get the certain settings,such as the AutoCaption configuration
because css::beans::XPropertySet is a parent interface of
SwXTextDocument,equal position with XTextDocument mentioned in your code
segment..Developers can get its instance from the similar code segment as
below.Please double confirm because I didn't code or verify..

XComponent xComponent = unoApp.newDocument("swriter");
XPropertySet xPS = ( XPropertySet  )UnoRuntime.queryInterface(
XPropertySet.class, xComponent);

Unfortunately,the implementations of  "setPropertyValue"
and "getPropertyValue" in class SwXTextDocument don't provide the code to
set/get the AutoCaption configuration value. Hope it helpful for you..

On Thu, Aug 23, 2012 at 9:19 AM, Xiao Ting Xiao <> wrote:

> Hi all,
> I want to use UNO api to verify swriter's AutoCaption configuration.
> In order to whether it is feasible, I made the following steps:
> Step 1,
> I manually configure swriter's AutoCaption via menu
> Tools-->Options--> Writer-->AutoCaption, check
> " Writer Table" to automatically add caption when inserting
> table.
> Step 2,
> I run the following script to insert table via UNO api, but caption was not
> added automatically.
>         XComponent xComponent = unoApp.newDocument("swriter");
>         XTextDocument xTextDocument
> =(XTextDocument)UnoRuntime.queryInterface(XTextDocument.class, xComponent);
>         XText xText = xTextDocument.getText();
>         XTextCursor xTextCursor = xText.createTextCursor();
>         XMultiServiceFactory xWriterFactory
> =(XMultiServiceFactory)UnoRuntime.queryInterface(XMultiServiceFactory.class,
> xTextDocument);
>         XTextTable xTable =
> (XTextTable)UnoRuntime.queryInterface(XTextTable.class,
> xWriterFactory.createInstance(""));
>         xText.insertTextContent(xTextCursor,xTable,false);
> Is there extra operation I need to do? or it is not feasible to verify
> AutoCaption configuration via UNO api?
> Thanks your response.


Best Regards,Jianhong Cheng

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