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You can easily use aspose-tasks for Python from pip with the following command.

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Aspose.Tasks for Python via .NET is a native library that enables the developers to add MS-Project files processing capabilities to their applications. It can be used to create, read, convert and manipulate MS-Project files without the use of Microsoft Project itself. Aspose.Tasks for Python via .NET allows to perform a range of document processing tasks such as calculations, get and set tasks/recources/calendars information, views manipulation, management of attachments, custom font handling and much more. Check out the Landing Pages of Aspose.Tasks for Python via .NET for a more detailed description of the features and possibilities of the library.

General Features

  • Ability to create, read, edit and write to MPP/MPX/MPT/XER
  • Supported export to multiple image formats including BMP, GIF, JPEG & PNG.
  • Supported output to many other formats as XLSX, HTML, CSV, text etc.
  • Export to PDF
  • Oracle Primavera and Project Server (Project online) support.

Supported MS-Project versions

Aspose.Tasks for Python via .NET supports Microsoft Project versions 2003/2007/2010/2013/2016/2019/2021.

Conversion Features

Aspose.Tasks for Python via .NET library allows you to successfully, quickly and easily convert your project documents to the most popular formats and vice versa.

  • Convert MPP to Images formats (TIFF, PNG, JPEG, SVG, etc.).
  • Convert MPP to Excel.
  • Convert MPP to HTML format and vice versa.
  • Convert MPP to CSV and plain text.
  • Convert MPP to PDF.

Package Features

  • Manage tasks, resources, assignments, task links and calendars.
  • Manage custom fields, outline codes.
  • Working with different project views, custom timecaling and custom text styles.
  • Customize styles of Gantt Chart view.

Supported File Formats

The following table indicates the file formats that Aspose.Tasks for Python via .NET can load and save.

FormatDescriptionLoadSave
MPPMicrosoft Project/Microsoft Project Online formatYesYes
MPTMicrosoft Project templateYesNo
XMLMicrosoft Project XML FormatYesYes
XERPrimavera XER FormatYesYes
P6XMLPrimavera P6XML FormatYesYes
MPXPrimavera MPXYesYes
XLSXMicrosoft ExcelNoYes
HTMLSimplified HTM and HTML FormatsNoYes
TextText FormatNoYes
TIFFSingle or Multi-Page TIFF ImageNoYes
SVGScalable Vector GraphicsNoYes
PNGPNG FormatNoYes
JPEGJPEG FormatNoYes
PDFSaving Project data to PDF FormatNoYes

Platform Independence

Aspose.Tasks for Python via .NET can be used to develop 32-bit and 64-bit Python applications for different operating systems (such as Windows and Linux) where Python 3.5 or later is installed.

Get Started

Run pip install aspose-tasks to fetch the package. If you already have Aspose.Tasks for Python via .NET and want to get the latest version, please run pip install --upgrade aspose-tasks.

To learn more about Aspose.Tasks for Python via .NET and explore the basic requirements and features of the library, check out the following Aspose.Tasks for Python via .NET Documentation pages for other use cases.

Example of converting MPP project to PDF

Aspose.Tasks for Python via .NET is a Project manipulation API that lets you convert any existing project to PDF document. The process of converting to PDF can be flexibly customized.

Below code snippet follows these steps:

  1. Open existing project.
  2. Save to PDF.
import aspose.tasks as tsk

# Open existing project
prj = tsk.Project("HelloProject.mpp")
# Save to PDF
prj.save("output.pdf", tsk.saving.SaveFileFormat.PDF)

Example of converting project to images

Aspose.Tasks for Python via .NET supports the feature to convert projects to different image formats. To accomplish this, the ImageSaveOptions class has been introduced. Instantiate an object of ImageSaveOptions and pass it as a second argument to the Project.save(..) method.

Below code snippet follows these steps:

  1. Create an object of the Project class.
  2. Create ImageSaveOptions object with needed settings.
  3. Call the Project.save() method and pass options instance to it to convert to JPEG.
import aspose.tasks as tsk

# load file
prj = tsk.Project("HelloProject.mpp")
# create ImageSaveOptions with desired format
options = tsk.saving.ImageSaveOptions(tsk.saving.SaveFileFormat.JPEG)
# configure output options
options.horizontal_resolution = 96.0
options.vertical_resolution = 96.0
options.jpeg_quality = 70
# render data to image format
prj.save("output.jpg", options)

Create Project file from scratch in Python

In the next code snippet, we are creating a Project document from scratch containing few tasks. After installing Aspose.Tasks for Python via .NET in your environment, you can execute below code sample to see how Aspose.Tasks API works.

Below code snippet follows these steps:

  1. Instantiate a Project object.
  2. Add task to the project.
  3. Setup task attributes (start, duration etc.).
  4. Save created project.

The following code snippet is a kind of simple program to exhibit how Aspose.Tasks for Python via .NET API works with Project items:

import aspose.tasks as tsk
from datetime import *

# Instantiate a Project object
prj = tsk.Project()
# Add task to the project
task1 = prj.root_task.children.add("Task 1")
# Setup task attributes
task1.start = datetime(2023, 1, 15)
task1.duration = prj.get_duration(1.0, tsk.TimeUnitType.DAY)
# Add another task
task2 = prj.root_task.children.add("Task 2")
task2.start = datetime(2023, 1, 16)
task2.duration = prj.get_duration(2.0, tsk.TimeUnitType.DAY)
# Save created project
prj.save("HelloProject.mpp")

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