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Crash - undefined index: border_top_width
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Posted by vpratfr  · 05-07-2020 - 11:25

Hi,

We use your library to convert HTML to Word documents. On some documents, we see the error :

ErrorException {#159166
  #message: "Undefined index: border_top_width"
  #code: 0
  #file: "/home/vagrant/code/packages/phpdocx/Classes/Phpdocx/Transform/HTML2WordML.php"
  #line: 2197
  #severity: E_NOTICE
  trace: {
    /home/vagrant/code/packages/phpdocx/Classes/Phpdocx/Transform/HTML2WordML.php:2197 {
      Phpdocx\Transform\HTML2WordML->generateTblPr($properties, $attributes)
      › foreach (self::$borders as $key => $value) {
      ›     if (isset($properties['border_' . $value . '_style']) && $properties['border_' . $value . '_color'] != 'none' && $properties['border_' . $value . '_width'] != null) {
      ›         $stringTblPr .= '<w:' . $value . ' w:val="' . $this->getBorderStyles($properties['border_' . $value . '_style']) . '"  w:color="' . $this->wordMLColor($properties['border_' . $value . '_color']) . '" w:sz="' . $this->wordMLLineWidth(isset($properties['border_' . $value . '_width']) ? $properties['border_' . $value . '_width'] : '') . '" />';
    }
    /home/vagrant/code/packages/phpdocx/Classes/Phpdocx/Transform/HTML2WordML.php:975 { …}
    /home/vagrant/code/packages/phpdocx/Classes/Phpdocx/Transform/HTML2WordML.php:1622 { …}

Do you have any hint? I can send the HTML code to a confidential email if needed.

Here is how we create the document:

$docx = new CreateDocx();
$docx->embedHTML(file_get_contents($htmlFile));
$docx->removeHeadersAndFooters();
$docx->createDocx($wordFile);

Regards,

Posted by admin  · 05-07-2020 - 12:11

Hello,

It's not returning a PHP error but a PHP notice that you can hide if needed (https://www.php.net/manual/es/function.error-reporting.php), or directly using:

@$docx->embedHTML(file_get_contents($htmlFile));

If you don't want to hide PHP notices, please set a border width value for the table you are adding when importing HTML. We have sent this topic to the dev team to check the PHP notice.

Regards.

Posted by vpratfr  · 06-07-2020 - 09:29

Thanks, I'll check my stylesheet, I don't want to ignore PHP warnings.

Your code reads

// file: "./packages/phpdocx/Classes/Phpdocx/Transform/HTML2WordML.php"
// line: 2198

if (isset($properties['border_' . $value . '_style']) 
    && $properties['border_' . $value . '_color'] != 'none' 
    && $properties['border_' . $value . '_width'] != null)

It would be safe to add a `isset($properties['border_' . $value . '_width']) ` to get rid of that warning. Additionally, there should be a default width set anyway by the Docx creator.

// file: "./packages/phpdocx/Classes/Phpdocx/Transform/HTML2WordML.php"
// line: 2198

if (isset($properties['border_' . $value . '_style']) 
    && isset($properties['border_' . $value . '_color']) 
    && isset($properties['border_' . $value . '_width']) 
    && $properties['border_' . $value . '_color'] != 'none' 
    && $properties['border_' . $value . '_width'] != null)