Zip Code Is Dropping Leading Zero When Displayed On Excel. Export To Excel From XML To XSLT Transform?
Aug 16, 2010
I am exporting data from vb.net to excel and it is dropping the leading zero when its displayed on excel. How can I avoid the dropping of leading zero? I read the solution of adding a single quote but it makes my excel sheet column ugly. Also users will complain if they see a single quote on zip code field.vb.net code
adding a single quote or manipulating excel sheet with column formatter (general/numbers ) etc. I don't want user to make any changes on excel to get the display properly when the excel is displayed from web page it should be all set with proper formatting. also we have no control over client excel software?
I have an asp:table which I want to exported to excel. One of my fields are alpha numeric and when exported to excel the leading 0s are stripped off. After going through this thread: Validation (CSS 2.0): 'mso-number-format' is not a known CSS property name I would like to use the css method "mso-number-format:@;.But the css is not exported to excel. I just tried to test it with simpler css things like bold font etc but its not getting carried over. I can see that if I surround my asp:Label with tags this change gets carried over to the excel but not the css bold . Other solutions in other thread does not work for me as ="00111" shows up as desired in excel but in the web form it shows up as ="00111" which is not what i want.
i built a patient management software for a clinic and i need to export patiet list from ASP.net grid view to excel file my question is:Is there a way to export gridview to excel i am using vb.net and visual web developer 2010 i store datasource from advanced search page into a session and redirect to result page here is the code of result page
I have been changing my existing code over the past week and have not successfully been able to export to excel in the format that the users are request. I am new to this job, learning vb through training videos, and have been given the task to update problematic old code and interfaces.The users cannot export large amounts of data. They receive a runtime error. The users do not want the export to html.The users do not want the controls to be exported.
I'm trying to export a datagridview to Excel and open the Excel spreadsheet (not SAVE the worksheet).
Public Sub ExcelRpt(ByVal DgvName As GridView, ByVal url As String) Dim xlApp As Microsoft.Office.Interop.Excel.Application Dim xlWorkBook As Microsoft.Office.Interop.Excel.Workbook Dim xlWorkSheet As Microsoft.Office.Interop.Excel.Worksheet
I have this working on VB6 that saves a query in a excel sheet:
The XLSNombre is a variable with the name of the excel file that has been set before. The connection I have in .NET is to SQL server (but is the same). How can I use this code (or..how can I make this code work for .NET) or what is the equivalent of this for .NET? I found some solutions but with inserts of single rows or I have to set the title of the columns, I dont find any "simple" solution to do an "insert into" (like the code I use in VB6).
I need to export Chart(image) and grid (tabular) row data into excel file. I can not use automation because Office tools are not installed in my server. I've found a bunch of free/proprietary tools like:
I am exporting an aspx repeater control to excel, but in addition to exporting the data in the repeater I am also getting all of the html code. I want only the data, what am I missing?
Heres the snippet of code.
Private Sub submitxcl(ByVal Sender As Object, ByVal E As EventArgs) If Sender.ID = "xcelBtn" Then Dim fName = "ChargeAndSavingsForReportingPeriod_" & Replace(Trim(frdt.Text), "/", "-") & "_Thru_" & Replace(Trim(todt.Text), "/", "-") & ".xls"
I do have third party application which produce itï¿½s reports in PDF format. Those reports are having images and different kind of alignments in the pages. So I need a code or guidance to make an application to transform the exact appearance of the PDF file in to Excel. My Issue is the PDF does not have table kind of thing to identify by regular pdf to excel conversions.
I am using asp.net oledb to export information to excel file. I encounter problems when the information to export becomes too big, in this case the code I have given below, the excel file generated becomes an empty spreadsheet.If I changed the loop to 1123 for insertion of the rows. The generated excel file is fine, 1125 rows, and 4 columns shown.A test program in windows form is also working fine regardless of how many rows.[code]I couldn't find a solution to my problem as well. What I did eventually was to run the process using another separate windows service. The code works perfectly fine running from a windows form or service program, but not asp.net, not sure why.
I have this issue that occurs with me and driving me crazy i have a report that contains thousands of records and i need to export it to excel , but the excel normal extension .xls
is showing missing records at the end of the file , so i save my file as an .xlsx extension it saves correctly but when i open the file it generates an error
"Excel cannot open the file '<var>filename</var>.xlsx' because the file format for the file extension is not valid. Verify that the file has not been corrupted and that the file extension matches the format of the file."but when i test the file i drag it and open it in an empty notepad all the records shows up correctly
Dim exlapp As New Microsoft.Office.Interop.Excel.Application Dim xlWorkBook_new As Microsoft.Office.Interop.Excel.Workbook Dim strOriginal As String strOriginal = Server.MapPath(Request.ApplicationPath & "/Attachments/") & "abc.xls" xlWorkBook_new = exlapp.Workbooks.Open(strOriginal)
The code hangs in the last line. It works fine in the development environment. i deployed in windows server 2000 ,where I get this issue. the browser goes half way and throws the below exception after some time
I have set the identity impersonate to true in web config. This should be mostly an access rights issue.I have even provided access rights for the "everyone " user in the excel file and as well for the interop component. Please post ur valuable comments.
I have one excel sheet which has ontime event of 5 mins to run some code.This code works fine when in debugging mode. But if I lock my PC or minimize excel windows and start working something else, this code just pauses at beginning and as soon as I activate excel window, this code runs.this code involves opening and closing of one userform and i think userform is culprit.
We use a small bit of excel exporting code in our app code at work to export XML controls from our ASP pages into an excel format using the following code:
Public Shared Sub Export(ByRef xml As Xml, ByVal filename As String) Dim response As HttpResponse = HttpContext.Current.Response() response.Clear()
This is all fine, except we've encountered a rather frustrating bug. If the XML control has a link in it then the export code is called again. We have a button which will say "Export to Excel" from the .aspx page which simply calls ExcelExport.Export(Xml1, "MyFileName") which is in a LinkButton click event.Here's the order of events based on the form submit (selecting filters)
Enter filters Submit form Page_Load occurs
So the user submits a form which loads up the XML control in a nice viewable XSLT page. Then they click "export to excel" which will give them the page in excel instead, then they click on the XSLT page, for example a link, but the save dialog for excel comes up again. We've gone through the series of events, and if we do not call the excel exporter it goes through the series of events as normal. If we do call the excel exporter it will go through the page load event and unexpectedly go into the link button click event.
I need to access the current instance of MS Excel. To do that, I wrote the following code:
Imports Excel = Microsoft.Office.Interop.Excel Imports System.Diagnostics Private _ExcelApp As Excel.Application
The code runs nice, but it has a problem: After the user close the Excel application (click button X - note: no other instance of Excel exists), if you open the Windows's task manager, its possible to see the process Excel.exe.
If I open and close the Excel application, there is no process Excel.exe, but if I run my code with the Excel application openned, after the user close the Excel application, the process Excel.exe isn't finished.
I would like to export a GridView to excel, which is easy enough. But above the grid, in Excel, I would like some other information for identification. Can I somehow export things other than gridviews while then putting in the gridview below?
Edit:For some reason when the GridView1 is visible and I try to export, the entire page exports and not just the gridview. Not sure why!
Protected Sub btnExport_Click(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles btnExport.Click 'Create a StringWriter and HtmlTextWriter Dim sw As System.IO.StringWriter = New System.IO.StringWriter()[code]....
I have the following code which works fine. However, I want to change one format when I export it to excel
Colum 3 is Sort Code and have the format 00-00-00, I want to change it to 000000 i.e., remove the dashes.
When exported to excel I use a formalue (Substitute(A1, "-", "") and this removes the dashes. But what I want to do is remove the dashes before exporting to excel... Please see the code below for datagrid - excel export, highlighted is where I think the one line code should be..
exporting a datagrid to Excel for the last few days. I have found quite a few, mostly done through C and the ones I have found using VB have not worked out. Would anyone have a link to a good tutorial online for exporting a datagrid using vb.net? My college project is approaching its deadline quick enough.
I have a database ms access 2003 and using vb 2008 created an application.Now, I have the database name as CompanyINFO. and in that i have a table as primary.all i wanted to do is to have a button to export.when the user clicks it. the whole table should be exported as a excel file and should be saved on the desktop as CompanyINFO_Primary_mmdd.I tried various type but was not even close to what is required.