Data Formatting

Upper Case/Lower Case

You can populate your data in JSON/XML/JSON in UPPER case or lower case. .

Let's say {Enter_Name} is your text tag. Add the following filters to your text tag.

To populate in upper case add the filter {{Enter_Name | upper}

Similarly, to populate in lower case, use {{Enter_Name | lower}

Format Numbers

Using number formatting filters, you can set thousands separator, decimal separator, and how many decimal places.

{tagname | format_number : "thousand_sep":"decimal_sep":"decimal_place"}

Assuming you are passing 234567891, the following are the results for various filters.

{Number | format_number: ",":".":"1"} -- 23,456,789.1

{Number | format_number: ",":".":"2"} --2,345,678.91

{Number | format_number: ",":".":"3"} -- 234,567.891

{Number | format_number: ",":".":"4"} -- 23,456.7891

If you want to only place thousands separator, use {Number | format_number: ","}

For converting a text value to a number, use {Text | format_number}

Line Break

The tag for line break is {\n}. You can also set the size of the line break using tag {\ns1} and you can pass the value for s1 in your data file.

Page Break

The tag for page break is {\p}.