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Creating more than one docx results in corrupt files
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Posted by hchandler  · 11-04-2013 - 12:13

One other note. I created a simple php script like the below that created three docx files. This DID work. However these simple examples don't really say that much because they don't reflect the real world when other things are going on in memory (like the SQL calls in the real functions).

$docx = new CreateDocx();
$docx->addTemplateVariable('TITLE', "the title");
$docx->addTemplateVariable('REQ', "123 - 4567");

$res_docx = new CreateDocx();
$res_docx->addTemplateVariable('TITLE', "another title");
$res_docx->addTemplateVariable('REQ', "456-2344");

$docx = new CreateDocx();
$docx->addTemplateVariable('TITLE', "title again");
$docx->addTemplateVariable('DEADLINE_DATE', "the date");
$docx->addTemplateVariable('NUM_POSITIONS', "23");
$docx->addTemplateVariable('START_DATE', "12-23-22");
$docx->addTemplateVariable('END_DATE', "01-31-11");
$docx->addTemplateVariable('REQ_NUMBER', "12");
$docx->addTemplateVariable('MAX_RATE', "$"."130000");
$docx->addTemplateVariable('short_description', "This is the short description");
$docx->addTemplateVariable('long_description', "This is the long one",'html');