Document Assembly with LO (redux)

Hi, looking for open-source document assembly solutions / libraries.

We have a set of industrial laboratory systems that generate a lot of data. Ideally, we would like to include a native capability in that equipment that would take that raw data, bounce against a set of templates, and then generate open document format files (writer, draw, pdf, etc).

Can LO or it’s libraries do this for us? Are there command line options, API calls, third-party extensions, etc that could be used?

Thanks for the discussion opportunity!

Delete the duplicates at 299448/document-assembly-with-lo-redux and 299449/document-assembly-with-lo-redux.

This is not a mail service. Don’t post multiple times, you arouse possible contributors and this is considered disregardful.

You always have the possibility to edit your question (and its title) to improve it. You can also retag to change the tags (exit this mode by pressing twice Enter).

As is, your question does not contain enough technical information for any decent answer. How does the data look like? Does it need to be conditioned and converted first? (probably yes) What is the goal, in other words how would like the end documents?

I bet that the answer is “work your data before submitting it to any application”.

Please do not use Add Answer but edit your original question.

May be you are interested in as a starting point.

Don’t post multiple times

I suspect that all those multiple posts result from the same source as that negative karma - the lags after pressing buttons, without disabling those buttons - making users think they mis-clicked, and pressing the button again…