I'm exporting a datagridview to excel. The first column is a Date (not DateTime) which appears like '2/15/2011'. After exporting the datagridview to excel it appears in excel as '2/15/2011 0:00', furthermore the first 68 rows in excel appear as '6/14/1898 12:00:00 AM'. Where is the time coming from? The column type in the database is date. I've attempted to edit the cell style of the datagridview column to date. I've attempted to figure out how to pre-program the formatting in excel, but it's not working either.
Dim wapp As Microsoft.Office.Interop.Excel.Application Dim wbook As Microsoft.Office.Interop.Excel.Workbook Dim wsheet As Microsoft.Office.Interop.Excel.Worksheet
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 a gridview which gets its input from a database with sql. There is a column with checkboxes in the gridview, so you can select which row you want to export. There is also a column that's called "Project Number". When you push the button "Export" the program should figure out which row is selected, get the project number from this row and connect to the database to get the data from the selected projectnumber. I already got the part where it gets the selected checkboxes. But I'm stuck at the part where it gets the projectnumber from the selected row. Must be something with Datakeys I think.
I am able to export a gridview to excel, my problem is that I cannot figure out how to remove the formatting from coming over from the girdview. Here is the code I am using to export the gridview: Protected Sub Button1_Click(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Button1.Click
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 an Excel spreadsheet which I have exported to a Gridview. In my code the table name has to be declared i.e its the name of the worksheet. How can i export excel and select which table i want without hardcoding the table name. i have many worksheets and want to the user to select which table he wants from one workbook. I am using vb and have a web form.
Protected Sub Button2_Click(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Button2.Click Dim response As HttpResponse = HttpContext.Current.Response() response.Clear() response.AddHeader("content-disposition", "attachment;filename=XXXXXX.xls")
I am using below code for data extraction from gridview. but now i added edit or delete or update option with image in gridview.. then it does not work... make the changes in below code for the same logic..but delete,edit and update image should not come in my excel... my procedure
I have the following code to export a gridview to excel and the export works just fine. The issue is that no mater what I do it names the file the name of the webform .xls instead of the name I am providing in the code (Team.xls).
Protected Sub btnExcel_Click(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles btnExcell.Click Dim sw As New StringWriter() Dim hw As New System.Web.UI.HtmlTextWriter(sw) Dim frm As HtmlForm = New HtmlForm()
I need to save the results of each search that I run on my database, into an excel file. So it is an iterative process where the new search results are added on as new rows to the excel file in each export. I am running the following code which works perfectly fine but for the fact that each export is saved to a newly created excel file.[code]...
I have a datagridview and I'd like to write it to a file in the same type of row and column format it's currently in.My first idea for doing this is to get the maximum number of characters in each column so i know how wide each column has to be formatted. Then loop through each row and write out each row while using the max characters in each column and the current cells content length to do the math to get the formatted columns to line up. Like the example below, except i'd have a lot more in it.
I am working on Treeview control and Gridview Control VB.NET08. In the Treeview i have Parent and Child Nodes. Like: [Code] Comparing the Parent Node text and first two digits in the Column values. I want to add rows inbetween the gridview rows based on the parent and Child Nodes. If i expand the First Parent Node Called "31" then according to the Number of Child Nodes (for first parent node(31) there are 5 child nodes.) add rows in the gridview.
These New rows should be add under the 31-xxxx. If i expand the 32 Parent Node based on number of Child Nodes, add rows under the 32-xxxx. [Code] I am getting the rows in the end of the Gridrow not in the Specific row.
I am currently using DevExpress 10.2 within Visual Studio 2010. In a previous question I was trying to print the current user view of a DevExpress GridControl with the user's choice of expanded or collapsed master rows and/or group sections. I was told this was not possible at this time. I have now decided to use the following code:
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'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 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 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 trying to export gridview (HTML Based) to a pdf in asp.net+vb.net (backend). When I click on the Export to PDF button the download window shows, but when you click on open Adobe reader will open but displays the message
" Adobe Reader Could not open 'test.pdf' because it is either not a supported file type or because the file has been damaged ( for example, it was sent as an email attachment and wasn't correctly decoded) ".
The coding for export to pdf is same for 5 different reports of which 4 are working fine, as well as export to Excel is also working fine for all 5 reports. Does it have any relation with the itextsharp dll version? (I am using itextsharp version 220.127.116.11)
Okay, so what I want to do is directly output formatted RTF text to a Rich Text Box control in VB.NET. I don't want to find the text, select it and color it as it is not practical for what I'm doing. I've tried outputting RTF code but that isn't working either. Can I actually do this or will I have to write a dll?
On my form I have three buttons. Two fill the DGV depending on what the SQL chooses. One has 200 rows in the DGV and the other has 500 rows. With the third button I want to print the DGV. I'm trying to 'dynamically' set the number of rows in VB2008/Word. I can get the correct number of rows in Word but they are blank.
Dim objWordApp As Object Dim objWordDoc As Object Dim n As Integer
User posts text into textbox/grid etc Button is pushed. The text is formatted as if it were in a spreadsheet. ie Only x words per row Each cell is of equal length and width.To put it another way; The first letter of the second word of the first row. should be directly above the first letter of the second word of the second row.