Forms Data Controls :: Export To Excel Missing Some Records?
Apr 22, 2010
I've programmatically generated an ASP.NET Table that is then added to a page. There is also a Button on the same page where a user can export the Table data into Excel. Very standard stuff. The data that is displayed on the page is correct but after exporting 10 rows are missing. I've checked encoding. I've compared character input: nothing unusual. Has anyone ran into this before?Here's the export code (see comment at the table...)
I am exporting data from gridview to excel file.My problem is that for all the string which contain "+", the rest of data begining from it is missing in excel file.For example: PWE-WER+78, when exported it will become PWE-WER.Below is my code.
I am trying to export a gridview that is returned from a search form. The gridview also has paging enabled. When the searched records are found in gridview it is exporting all data.instead of exporting only the searched data.
How can I only export the records from the search results, but also the make sure the records on the different pages export also?
We have the requirement to export the data from the grid excel. We can't install the Excel on the server. The excel generated need to be in the printable format. The excel generated needs to have custom headers, footers, repeatble rows, columns and landscape / portrait orientation style.
i have table something like this on click of export to excel i need to save that or export that to excel file .can u plz help me how i can do this.one more thing how i can desing and build that big html table into excel is there any simple way i can do the same
I'm running a query that brings millions of records and makes the server run out of memory. I'm thinking I should get the data in chunks. So I was wondering if someone could shed some light on this or point me to another place where I can read further.
Currently, I just implemented "paging". I can now pass a "page index" parameter and "page size". So I could call 1,000 times the stored procedure with a page size of 1,000 (for 1 million records). This might be an option, but I wanted to hear someone else's opinion on how to "stream" records from oracle to the web server and then to a file.
I've done some reading and found that RenderControl possibly ignores anything in PreRender for a control, but I'm thinking there has to be a way to get those PreRender changes in there before extracting the ListView to Excel.
The only workaround I've found so far is to copy and paste all of my preRender code into the Page_Load, and then everything looks fine in Excel. However, then I have to duplicate my code, as I still need it in the preRender event to display it on the screen properly. I don't want to maintain the code twice.
i'm having problems with the export to excel from gridview codeit seems like the excel is automatically convert my strings with only numbers to numericthis gives me problem with leading zero string likes for example "007" and the excel will display 7anyone faced with problem before?