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a tool to correctly convert notes rich text content to html5 content

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  • Sep 29 2018
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    September 30, 2018 05:26

    Please elaborate. ‘Tool’?

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    October 1, 2018 07:06

    For many years we want to be able to migrate our rich client application to Xpages applications or more generally web applications. The rich content of our applications prevents us from doing it properly, because some elements like the section are not editable on the web. This caused some rejection of the product as not scalable. It would be revolutionary to have a tool that would convert rich content (sections, doc link, attachments ..) to content that would appear perfectly in a web page and could also be changed without loss of information or layout. Either this tool would make a one-shot conversion, or it would guarantee compatibility rich client / web (which would be worse than the first option)

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    October 1, 2018 21:11
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    October 2, 2018 02:10

    For one-shot conversion (to PDF) you can check out SWING Software