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Test Project VB & OO

Discussion in 'Jobs And Career Discussion' started by edward123, Jul 23, 2008.

  1. edward123

    edward123 New Member

    Jun 3, 2008
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    Job Description
    1. a Visual Basic 6 test application which accesses Writer and Calc of the newest version of OpenOffice.org 3.0 (Beta 2 at the moment)
    2. an OpenOffice 3 Calc template sheet with some OOo-Basic.

    The VB application has to use OpenOffice 3 Writer and
    - open and close Writer
    - open, save and close a Writer document
    - save, export or print a document as pdf
    - merge a document with data (like address)
    - merge a document with data (stored in a Calc File)

    The VB application has to use OpenOffice 3 Calc and
    - open and close Calc
    - open, save and close a Calc sheet
    - import and export a tab delimited data base (CrLf as record delimiter) of 10000 records quickly into a template sheet (e.g. pasting from clip board)
    - reads, writes and change color of OpenOffice 3 Calc fields

    The template sheet has to contain a some OOo-Basic code that
    - loads data from a tab delimited database (about 10000 records with 20 fields) when loaded
    - react on "Field change", click and right-click by starting a procedure
    - starts an external application (Run WriteToTab.exe with parameters)

    Links that could help:

    Commands to use:
    .setPropertyValue("CellBackColor", RGB(0, 0, 255))

    With skills in VB6, OpenOffice / OOo Basic and the OpenOffice API this task should need about 10 hours and be completed within one week.
    This is a test project to see how development cooperation will work. That's why we offer 50 USD payable after checking the results which contain

    - a error-free working compiled VB6 application
    - a error-free working template sheet
    - the sources of the VB 6 project and the template sheet

    The coding and testing will be carried out on our Windows 2003 Servers for controlling purposes and to discuss the results

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