There are any number of reasons that you might want to save the dataset for a template into a single column in as database. One of these would be to report on the data set, as described here. The first step is to write the dataset into a column. This is described in the GetDataset article. […]
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Global information sometimes needs to be made available to all templates. Either all templates in an organisation, or all templates in a specific application or group of applications. XpressDox Docussembly™ makes this possible via the Configuration of a data source.
Data from a data base can be inserted into a template. Perhaps this data has changed since it was last updated in the database, and the template-running-user is the one who knows about this change. It should be permissible for the user to change the data and have the change propagated back into the database.
XpressDox Docussembly™ document assembly software makes it easy to perform advanced document assembly functions, like selecting a single instance of a repeated data element, including data from a data source, and using the ‘Refresh’ and ‘Save’ options with templates using data sources.