To create a Word template follow the next steps:
1. Open Microsoft Office Word and include the body of text. Give the document the required format by changing the font, font size, margins, headers etc, according to your design.
The body of your document can include titles, subtitles, tables, texts, images, etc.
For example, to create an Invoice template in Word we need the Customer's information and a table to show the Products purchased.
2. Reference the information that will be dynamically obtained from the Bizagi data model.
Remember that the information to be retrieved must be specified as Template Tags for example., [AttributeName]. This will allow obtaining the information from the data model of the Process.
For example, the Customer name is referenced with the [CustomerName] Template Tag.
To make reference to a collection you must use the following tags:
[Foreach:CollectionName]: Indicates the starting point of the Products collection.
[AttributeName]: All attributes between the Foreach and the End tag must belong to the collection.
[End]: Indicates the end of the Products collection.
Note in the image above how the Products collection is referenced by using the [Foreach:Products] sentence. All the tags typed from this tag until the [End] tag are assumed to be attributes of this collection. ([Product],[Quantity],[Price])
•The attribute and collection names can be different to the names given in the data model. This is only a reference to be used when mapping the information.
•Tags cannot contain spaces.
3. Save your template.
Once you have entered the desired format and the document body is completed, save the document as a standard Word Document. (.docx).
In a single document you can include the same tag multiple times. You will only have to map it once.
This DOES NOT apply for tags to collections. There can be ONLY ONE tag for each [Foreach]