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This article describes the PDF feature in Enrich. Made for creating fast product sheets.
About the PDF template
With the PDF feature in Enrich, creating a product sheet has never been easier. When working on a specific Entity, you can simply select the PDF menu option of the Entity in the Entity card context menu or Entity edit menu, and a PDF product sheet will be generated.
The PDF feature can also be used for validating content, simply by making a quick check if the Entity is presented with the right content.
For each of these actions, the pre-configured HTML template type Enrich PDF Template is used, and they can easily be set up, managed and edited in the inriver Control Center.
Producing a product sheet
- Find a Product.
- Click on the Entity card context menu and click PDF.
- Select Language and Template for your Product Sheet.
- You have now produced your product sheet in a PDF format.
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Since the latest update, its been possible to configure input variables on the "Enrich PDF Template", however it doesnt seem like it is really supported? Is it possible to use variables in Enrich and if so how are they used with the Razor Syntax?
Any updates on this ?
Hi Both. Thank you for the question Christian Christiansen.
I will check internally and we will soon get back to you.
Keep the questions on articles coming! We love them! Even though I was a bit slow on this one ;)
For "Enrich PDF Template" there should not be any possibility to use input variables (even though it seems like you can trick the UI to have input variables). For use of input variables look at the following article (with example on ):
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