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Cool Android(KitKat) - Storage Access Framework Support to Open Pdf/docx?

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12th February 2014, 07:11 AM   |  #1  
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I have few queries on regarding SAF framework. i would like to do SAF integration with my client application.

could you please clarify will it possible using SAF.

1. SAF exposed set of API to integrate within the Android Application or Activity. ?

2. In my client application, Attachment of the mail contains(docx,csv,xls, pdf,video file, ). could you please explain how to open the email attachment using SAF.
will SAF support all the attachment format.

3. Specifically how to open Docx and PDF format within my Email client ?.

4. DOCX format will it support office 2003 or 2005 or 2010 is there any restrictions on support

could you share sample code or links.
15th February 2014, 03:40 PM   |  #2  
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1. SAF exposed set of API to integrate within the Android Application or Activity. ?

2. In my client application, Attachment of the mail contains(docx,csv,xls, pdf,video file, ). could you please explain how to open the email attachment using SAF.
will SAF support all the attachment format.

3. Specifically how to open Docx and PDF format within my Email client ?.

ALL THE ABOVE CAN BE FOUND ON THAT LIBRARY'S PAGE

4. DOCX format will it support office 2003 or 2005 or 2010 is there any restrictions on support

THE .docx IS SUPPORTED BY ONLY OFFICE 2007 AND ABOVE

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17th February 2014, 06:51 AM   |  #3  
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Thanks for response. Could you please detailed or share the exact link where can i find answer for these questions on the Library page. i could not able find.

DOCX format will it support office 2003 or 2005 or 2010 can get support with in the API to open the document ?.

Thanks once again.

Regds,
Rajesh. S

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@rajesh_s76
1. SAF exposed set of API to integrate within the Android Application or Activity. ?

2. In my client application, Attachment of the mail contains(docx,csv,xls, pdf,video file, ). could you please explain how to open the email attachment using SAF.
will SAF support all the attachment format.

3. Specifically how to open Docx and PDF format within my Email client ?.

ALL THE ABOVE CAN BE FOUND ON THAT LIBRARY'S PAGE

4. DOCX format will it support office 2003 or 2005 or 2010 is there any restrictions on support

THE .docx IS SUPPORTED BY ONLY OFFICE 2007 AND ABOVE

Sent from my GT-S5302 using Tapatalk 2

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Try apache OpenOffice API
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Originally Posted by rajesh_s76

Thanks for response. Could you please detailed or share the exact link where can i find answer for these questions on the Library page. i could not able find.

DOCX format will it support office 2003 or 2005 or 2010 can get support with in the API to open the document ?.

Thanks once again.

Regds,
Rajesh. S

Have a look at
The Apache OpenOffice API Project
OpenOffice.org offers a language independent application programming interface (API) which allows to program the office in different programming languages (e.g. C++, Java, Python, CLI, StarBasic, JavaScript, OLE). It allows to use OpenOffice.org as service provider in other applications, extend it with new functionality or simply customize and control OpenOffice.org.

OpenOffice

The library you were speaking about is of the books could'nt find a word about that try this it one of the best !
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