In the default template package, the file
defines the library and some default document part templates. In your document part
template library, create the document parts that you want to reuse throughout your
report. You can create a part template for any part of your document that you want to
repeat without redefining it programmatically.
A document part template typically consists of fixed content and holes. You can use
standard HTML elements to define your templates. You can also use the
<toc> element for a table of contents. For details, see
Create a Table of Contents.
Use this workflow to work on your document part template library:
Unzip the template package containing the part template library file.
Open the document part templates file, named
docpart_templates.html by default, in an HTML or text
Edit the file as needed using the elements described in HTML Document Part Template Library Structure.
Add any styles that support the document part templates in a
.css file in the template package. See Modify Styles in HTML Templates.
Save the library files you edited.
Repackage the template using
You create your document part library using the
<dplibrary> element. Add a
<dplibrary> element inside a
<body> element. Your template package can have only one
<dptemplate> elements inside a
<dplibrary> element for each document part template
that you want to create. You can create as many document part templates as you need.
This code shows the basic structure of a document part library. The
<dptemplate> element has the attribute
name, which you set to the name to use when you call the
document part from your report program. The name is equivalent to the name of the
part in the Quick Parts Gallery in Word. If you are creating templates for multiple
outputs, use the same name in both places.
<body> <dplibrary> <dptemplate name="myFirstDocPartTemp"> [Document part template content--holes and fixed content] </dptemplate> </dplibrary> </body>