ExecuteCommand

bool ExecuteCommand(sCommand, oRetValue = 0);

Executes the command which will be used to create the document file (text document, spreadsheet, presentation, form document, PDF). See the Text document API, Spreadsheet API, Presentation API or Form API sections for more information which commands are available for various document types.

Please note, that for the .docbuilder file the CDocBuilder.ExecuteCommand method is not used explicitly. The command itself is used instead. See the example below.

Parameters:

Name Type Description
sCommand String^ The command in the form of JavaScript code which will be used to create the document file (in .Net, the escape character must be used when the command contains quotation symbols).
oRetValue CDocBuilderValue^% The command return value.

Example

.Net

string workDirectory = "C:/Program Files/ONLYOFFICE/DocumentBuilder";
CDocBuilder.Initialize(workDirectory);
CDocBuilder oBuilder = new CDocBuilder();
oBuilder.ExecuteCommand(L"oParagraph.AddText(\"Hello from .net!\");");
CDocBuilder.Destroy();

.docbuilder

oParagraph.AddText("Hello from .net!");