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It may be okay to ask these questions by e-mail, but I have a technical

I have a question to use LibreOffice in Spring framework

Currently, I used the example source of LibreOffice make to create:

-------------------- example2.html
<!DOCTYPE html>
<meta charset="UTF-8">
<title>Insert title here</title>
<script type="text/javascript">

<div style="border: 5px inset #009688">
<!-- Please edit CODEBASE parameter -->
<!-- In case ActiveX control is already registered the parameter can be
removed -->
<OBJECT CLASSID="clsid:67F2A879-82D5-4A6D-8CC5-FFB3C114B69D" width="500"
<!-- Full URL to a document -->
<PARAM NAME="src" VALUE="c:/temp/test.odt">
<!-- Just view the document, do not edit -->
<PARAM NAME="readonly" VALUE="false">

When I run that HTML,

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I use Spring Framework and run example2.html

I called so_activex and got the same result as above.

Sorry for the long introduction. In conclusion I want to bind client-side
data (HTML, JavaScript) to LibreOffice fields

For example, the field name bubCd has been replaced with the value i set in
the HTML file.
( var bubCd = "testcode" ---in Writer file---> CODE : testcode  )

Could i possible?

If yes, How I can start with? where is API guide document for this?

I tried to find out API guide document for this, but i can not found it

Or if you need a commercial approach to technical support, please tell us.

I look forward to hearing from you

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