Converting large pdf file to single excel sheet data is coming without any space

I am trying to convert large pdf file having multiple tabels in it to excel , however after converting I am getting all the data without any space, space is getting removed after convertion and some data is missing from the sentence. And the formatting is also very bad.

I am using function app .net 6.0 c#. Attaching the result output excel snapshot
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@Rashidkhan1107

Would you please share the sample PDF document for our reference so that we can test the scenario in our environment and address it accordingly.

@asad.ali (Edit:- mentioned you in the post)

I had raised the issue with my personal email id , here i am attaching the input pdf file and the output excel file for which space is missing and file is getting corrupted i.e. some part text is missing. not able to upload the output file as this forum does not authorize to attach the xlsx file so attaching the snapshot.

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using below code to convert pdf file into excel (xlsx) :-

 Workbook workbook = new Workbook();
 Worksheet worksheet = workbook.Worksheets[0];
 int rowIndex = 0;   
 Aspose.Pdf.Document pdf = new Aspose.Pdf.Document(pdfFilePath);
 Aspose.Pdf.ExcelSaveOptions exl = new ExcelSaveOptions();

 //exl.ConversionEngine = ExcelSaveOptions.ConversionEngines.NewEngine;
 exl.Format = ExcelSaveOptions.ExcelFormat.XLSX;
 exl.InsertBlankColumnAtFirst = true;
 exl.MinimizeTheNumberOfWorksheets = true;
 exl.ExtractOcrSublayerOnly = true;
 pdf.Save(outputPath, exl);

@rashidkhan1

We are checking it and will get back to you shortly.

@asad.ali

Ok, waiting for the update.
Thank You.

@Rashidkhan1107

We have opened the following new ticket(s) in our internal issue tracking system and will deliver their fixes according to the terms mentioned in Free Support Policies.

Issue ID(s): PDFNET-56844

You can obtain Paid Support Services if you need support on a priority basis, along with the direct access to our Paid Support management team.

@asad.ali

kindly please let me know How much more time it will take to resolve the issue as i have raised the issue 1 week before

@rashidkhan1

The issues in free support model are prioritized on first come first serve basis and resolution time of a ticket depends upon the number of issues logged prior to it. We are afraid that we cannot share any ETA at the moment as the ticket is not yet investigated. As soon as its analyzed, we will be able to share some updates with you regarding its resolution ETA. Please be patient and spare us some time.

We are sorry for the inconvenience.

I understand based on the aspose.com Free Support Policies we cannot get an exact estimations on when a fix can or will be delivered. How can we gauge where our ticket sites in the “first come, first served” que and it there is a possibility a fix might be addressed in this month’s release? Is the described issue something also reported by others?

@asad.ali
kindly please response to the query which Bart has raised.

@barttirino2024

All the issues, including yours, are logged in our internal issue tracking system to which we are afraid that you cannot have access. The resolution time in free support model usually depends upon the number of issues logged prior to it as well as the complexity level and nature of the issue itself. When we say first come first serve, it doesn’t necessarily mean that we are having same kind of issues in the queue reported by other.

An issue can be a document specific or it may be related to the specific type of documents. Therefore, the issues with same description or forum thread also do not confirm that they are same issue. Whether they are document specific or not, is decided and determined after the investigation.

Nevertheless, your concerns have been recorded in our issue tracking system under the logged ticket and we will surely consider them during analysis. As soon as the ticket is investigated, we will share updates with you about its ETA. Please spare us some time.

We apologize for the inconvenience.

Thanks for the reply to Asad…. Just so I am clear the fact that our issue has logged in our internal issue tracking system is not commitment you will be able to deliver a fix on the coming weeks or months, correct?

Our struggle is until this issue is resolve it make it difficult to move onto our next internal development sprint for a project we intend to deliver in June 2024.

Yes, your understandings are correct. Sadly, we cannot share any reliable or promising ETA at the moment. Once issue investigation is carried out, we will be in position to share how soon it can be resolved.

We do understand your concerns and have updated the ticket to the next level of priority. We will surely let you know in case some progress is made. Please also note that paid support option is recommended in such cases where some issue or enhancement is happened to be a showstopper. Unlike free support, your issue gets the highest priority and is resolved on urgent basis in paid support.