pageNumberingTemplate Property

Summary

Template to use for the individual file names when the output format does not support multi-pages.

Syntax

JavaScript Syntax
Object.defineProperty(DocumentConverterJobData.prototype, 'pageNumberingTemplate', 
	get: function(), 
	set: function(value) 
) 
TypeScript Syntax
pageNumberingTemplate: string; 

Property Value

A string that contains the template to use for the individual file names when the output format does not support multi-pages. Default value is ##name##_Page(##page##).##extension##".

Remarks

This template is used when the input document has multiple pages but the output format chosen contains does not support creating files with multiple pages. For example, when converting from a multi-page PDF file to PNG raster image format.

The converter understands the following placeholders:

  • ##name##: Will be replaced by the file name without the extension

  • ##page##: Will be replaced by the 1-based page number of the source file

  • ##extension##: Will be replaced by extension of the output format

This template will be applied to the value of DocumentName In the example of PDF input and PNG output above assume the user passed Output.png as the value for DocumentName, and assume the PDF file has 4 pages. After the conversion is performed, the following files are created and returned if the default template is used:

Output_Page1.png 
Output_Page2.png 
Output_Page3.png 
Output_Page4.png 

You can omit any part of the template when modifying it. For example, if you set the value to result_##page##.##extension## then the files created are:

result_Page1.png 
result_Page2.png 
result_Page3.png 
result_Page4.png 

And the text "Output" is omitted and not used.

Requirements

Target Platforms

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