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From Krishna Vyas Majji <krishna.ma...@quest-global.com>
Subject RE: How to add diagonal up border to a tablecell in word document using XWPF
Date Thu, 18 Aug 2016 12:55:24 GMT
Mark,

Thanks for the reply. I tried your code snippet but it didn't work. Alternatively I will go
throw the reference to you provide i.e. " Office Open XML Part 4: Markup Language Reference,
December 2006 (1st edition)"
My code snippet:

                                  //Blank Document
                   XWPFDocument document= new XWPFDocument();

                   //create table
                   XWPFTable table = document.createTable();
                   //create first row
                   XWPFTableRow tableRowOne = table.getRow(0);
                   tableRowOne.getCell(0).setText("");
                   tableRowOne.addNewTableCell().setText("col two, row one");
                   tableRowOne.addNewTableCell().setText("col three, row one");

                                  //create second row
                   XWPFTableRow tableRowTwo = table.createRow();
                   tableRowTwo.getCell(0).setText("col one, row two");
                   tableRowTwo.getCell(1).setText("col two, row two");
                   tableRowTwo.getCell(2).setText("col three, row two");

                   //Diagonal Border
                   XWPFTableCell cellRow00 = table.getRow(0).getCell(0);
                   CTTc ctTc = cellRow00.getCTTc();
                   CTTcPr ctTcPr = ctTc.isSetTcPr() ? ctTc.getTcPr() : ctTc.addNewTcPr();
                   CTTcBorders ctTcBorders = ctTcPr.isSetTcBorders() ? ctTcPr.getTcBorders()
: ctTcPr.addNewTcBorders();
                   if (!ctTcBorders.isSetTr2Bl()) {
                           ctTcBorders.addNewTr2Bl();
                   }

                                   //Write the Document in file system
                   FileOutputStream out = new FileOutputStream(new File("create_table_example.docx"));
                   document.write(out);
                   out.close();

Thanks,
Krishna

-----Original Message-----
From: Murphy, Mark [mailto:murphymdev@metalexmfg.com]
Sent: Thursday, August 18, 2016 5:27 PM
To: 'POI Users List'
Subject: Bulk Mail : RE: How to add diagonal up border to a tablecell in word document using
XWPF

Here is some code that works its way from the table cell object - cell to add an up diagonal
border:

        CTTc ctTc = cell.getCTTc();
        CTTcPr ctTcPr = ctTc.isSetTcPr() ? ctTc.getTcPr() : ctTc.addNewTcPr();
        CTTcBorders ctTcBorders = ctTcPr.isSetTcBorders() ? ctTcPr.getTcBorders() : ctTcPr.addNewTcBorders();
        if (!ctTcBorders.isSetTr2Bl()) {
                ctTcBorders.addNewTr2Bl();
        }

You will need to use the documentation found in Office Open XML Part 4: Markup Language Reference,
December 2006 (1st edition)

-----Original Message-----
From: Krishna Vyas Majji [mailto:krishna.majji@quest-global.com]
Sent: Thursday, August 18, 2016 7:16 AM
To: user@poi.apache.org
Subject: How to add diagonal up border to a tablecell in word document using XWPF

Hello Team,

I created a table with 2 rows and 3 columns using XWPF. Now I want to know if I can add "diagonal
up border" to a cell in my table.
Something like this.



col two, row one

col three, row one

col one, row two

col two, row two

col three, row two


My code looks like this.

                 //Blank Document
                 XWPFDocument document= new XWPFDocument();

                 //Write the Document in file system
                 FileOutputStream out = new FileOutputStream(new File("create_table_example.docx"));

                 //create table
                 XWPFTable table = document.createTable();

                 //create first row
                 XWPFTableRow tableRowOne = table.getRow(0);
                 tableRowOne.getCell(0).setText("");
                 tableRowOne.addNewTableCell().setText("col two, row one");
                 tableRowOne.addNewTableCell().setText("col three, row one");

                 //create second row
                 XWPFTableRow tableRowTwo = table.createRow();
                 tableRowTwo.getCell(0).setText("col one, row two");
                 tableRowTwo.getCell(1).setText("col two, row two");
                 tableRowTwo.getCell(2).setText("col three, row two");

                 document.write(out);
                 out.close();


Thanks,
Krishna

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