This site has been archived and you can no longer log in or post new messages. For up-to-date community resources please visit

eZ Community » Forums » General » use google docs with ez publish

use google docs with ez publish

use google docs with ez publish

Sunday 16 May 2010 12:23:10 am - 7 replies

I want to add google docs in my site to see my documents pdf and docs uploaded in my class "datafile" type folder. help me plz

Sunday 16 May 2010 10:16:25 am


Welcome to the community portal. About your question, there is an interesting forum post discussing exporting and importing content, see Also have a look at

The big question is, if Google has an API so you can directly retrieve Google docs and import them through one of the solutions mentioned in that forum post into eZ. This would require quite some eZ and coding knowledge. I'd first check out those links, see if they bring you any further to a solution.

Regards Robin

Sunday 16 May 2010 1:29:00 pm

yes i know importing exporting files im y folder class. i use multi upload.

but il want to preview my content file for example google_docs

my link don't match

Sunday 16 May 2010 6:41:46 pm

Very good idea anyway, that could be a very interesting extension.

Sunday 16 May 2010 7:49:44 pm


Is the file/doc that you want to preview on your own site, or do you want to preview the version on itself?

-- Robin

Sunday 16 May 2010 8:26:11 pm

On my website or googledocs i want to preview my content when i onclick the link. don't uploaded the file.

Tuesday 18 May 2010 9:16:21 pm


I'm not quite sure yet what you are trying to achieve, could you please explain in more detail? Or, anyone else see a solution to this?

-- Robin

Monday 22 October 2012 2:23:38 pm

Quote from Pablo Pernot :

Very good idea anyway, that could be a very interesting extension.

Hi Pablo,

Indeed, it would be nice to have a document viewer in eZ. Arondor did it. It is eZARender a connector to Arender viewer. You can find a demo of ARender for word, excel, power point ... on :

Click on document type icones to test the viewer.



Modified on Monday 22 October 2012 2:24:22 pm by Olivier Portier


You must be logged in to post messages in this topic!

36 542 Users on board!

Forums menu

Proudly Developed with from