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Aspose.PDF connector for Creatio

Converting printable forms to PDF using the Aspose.PDF service

Application type
On-site deployment
Cloud deployment
    Product description
    Product description

    Aspose.PDF connector for Creatio allows for generating Word printable forms in PDF format using the Aspose.PDF service.

    Use cases:

    • preparation of company documents in a non-editable format.

    Key features:

    • generation of printables in PDF format.


    The connector is not compatible with other Word to PDF conversion packages.



    The connector does not include Aspose licenses. For Aspose pricing plans, please, check here.

    Support conditions

    This free add-on was developed on the Creatio platform by citizen developers, as part of the "Dev Labs" community project. If you have questions or encounter any issues while using the add-on, please create a post on the Creatio Community, where citizen developers and other community members will be able to help you.

    Terms & Conditions

    Product compatibility
    All products on Creatio platform
    7.16.1 and up
    Any supported DBMS
    .Net Framework

    The connector is not compatible with other Word to PDF conversion packages.

    Guides and manuals

    1. Register at Aspose.PDF service (https://products.aspose.cloud/pdf/net), add an application (My Apps> Add an App), get access keys (Client Secret, Client ID).

    2. Fill in the system settings "Aspose API Access Key" (= Client Secret) and "Aspose Security Identifier (App SID)" (= Client ID) with the data from item 1, respectively. Logout and login to the Creatio app again.

    3. Go to System Designer > Lookups > the ‘Printables’ lookup, select the printable, and open the printable setup page, select the ‘Convert to PDF’ checkbox and save changes. Note that the ‘Convert to PDF’ checkbox is available only on the printable setup page in the new UI.

    5. You can use customs fonts with Aspose.PDF service. 

    • Go to the Files menu (https://dashboard.aspose.cloud/files), chose the storage of your application
    • Create a folder inside this storage.
    • Upload custom fonts (in the .ttf format) inside the folder.
    • Specify folder name in the “AsposeCloudFontsLocation” system setting in Creatio. After this operation, you can use custom fonts in the printable form. They will work automatically. 

    4. The add-on shows an error message if a printable conversion fails on the Aspose side (Aspose service is unavailable, service access is not paid, etc.). Detailed error description is available in the browser console.

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    What's new?
    Version 1.1
    19 December 2022

    Added possibility to use custom font storage.