I have encountered a weird bug (using Aspose.Words for .Net version 10.1):
I have a document that I created bij opening it from a .dot file. Then I import on a certain location marked with a bookmark a second document using the InsertDocument function from the documentation. If that second document was created by opening a .doc file the final document is damaged, if the second document was created by opening a .docx file its fine... (both files are the same besides their format).
The same routine is used for other documents without any problem.
Here is my testing code: (Just create a new console app, reference Aspose.Words and paste the code): Use the files from the enclosed zip as the source document by placing then on D:\ (or change the testcode)
Const Template = "D:\MyTemplate.dot"
Const Fragment = "D:\MyFragment.doc" 'Change to docx for working version
Const Output = "D:\Test.doc"
Const BookmarkName = "VolgendePagina"
Dim MainDoc As New Document(Template)
Dim SubDoc As New Document(Fragment)
Dim BookMark As Bookmark = MainDoc.Range.Bookmarks.Item(BookmarkName)
Private Sub InsertDocument(ByVal insertAfterNode As Node, ByVal srcDoc As Document)
' Make sure that the node is either a pargraph or table.
If ((Not insertAfterNode.NodeType.Equals(NodeType.Paragraph))) And ((Not insertAfterNode.NodeType.Equals(NodeType.Table))) Then
Throw New ArgumentException("The destination node should be either a paragraph or table.")
' We will be inserting into the parent of the destination paragraph.
Dim dstStory As CompositeNode = insertAfterNode.ParentNode
' This object will be translating styles and lists during the import.
Dim importer As New NodeImporter(srcDoc, insertAfterNode.Document, ImportFormatMode.UseDestinationStyles)
' Loop through all sections in the source document.
For Each srcSection As Section In srcDoc.Sections
' Loop through all block level nodes (paragraphs and tables) in the body of the section.
For Each srcNode As Node In srcSection.Body
' This creates a clone of the node, suitable for insertion into the destination document.
Dim newNode As Node = importer.ImportNode(srcNode, True)
'Insert new node after the reference node.
insertAfterNode = newNode