Saves this workbook using the specified filename and FileFormat, and updates the FullName property. As the exception indicates, some other process (or possibly your same application, if you utilize multiple threads) has a lock on your file and so. Hi All, In myweb application I am using SpreadsheetGear® () latest version. In my previous report generation code generating.
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BTW, here is the code I needed to write to have SpreadSheetGear output my simple excel spreadsheet all this code is simply in a button clicked event on an aspx page. Worksheets[ “Sheet1” ]; SpreadsheetGear. The part that got my attention was the post made by Joe Erickson saying: We are currently guessing we will have about people registered and attending which means that we need to have the entire badge printing process figured out long before the event which is October 9th and 10th this year, just 4 weeks away.
You can see live ASP. SpreadSheetGeat to the Rescue I looked around for a really simple public domain program that would let me export an excel or csv file from an aspx page. That combined with it works every time is really nice. Kevin Nilson is leading the charge on this another key organizer at code camp and asked me for a spread sheet with some names in it so he could practice making the actual QR bar code.
The most simple thing seemed to be a csv. It took longer for me to write this post than it did to get my code working.
SpreadsheetGear is a bit overkill for this. Any number of other external processes could be the culprit, such as anti-virus software scanning your file or having it open in Excel itself when you try to savf it.
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One hit was this: Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. What I can tell you is that SpreadsheetGear does not keep any file streams open after reading and writing files. So, I grabbed the dll, put it in the bin directory of my Silicon Valley Code Camp web project, went into there sample code, copied a few lines see belowand I was done!
SpreadSheetGear Made My Life Easy Today For Creating Excel File In ASP.NET
SpreadSheetGear is amazing in how it creates complex excel spread sheets with an amazingly little amount of code. As the exception indicates, some other process or possibly your same application, if you utilize multiple threads has a lock on your file and so SpreadsheetGear cannot save spreadseetgear back to disk. The part that got my attention was the post made by Joe Erickson saying:.
Then it occured to me I owned spreadsheetgearr copy of SpreadSheetGear from a much more complex project I worked on a while back.
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Net guy so we need a common format. I get this error: The process cannot access the file ‘C