I'm using ASP.NET VB. I've to export my data (which is in dataset) into excel. Most important thing is I've to put a Report heading on Excel file with font formating like Bold, font size, I've to make bold a headings of columns and have to change the font of complete report.
i have a page having 12 gridviews which cell background color depend on another cell value.now the requirement of my project is download to these 12 gridviews in single excel file in multiple sheets like gridview 1 in sheet1 gridview2 in sheet2 likewise,,,,,,,,,,,i have seen your article on downloading multiple gridviews on same page but i want in above mention format........
I was using this UR [URL] for exporting the data to excel. Can I do the following two things while exporting:
1) I want to remove the autofilter options, which are displaying now when you open the excel workbook soon after exporting finishes.
2) Some of the columns which are numerics, are formatted to text by default, and it is displaying a small green rectangular icon at the left top corner of each cell which is very disturbing while viewing the sheet.
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 using the "Reponse.ContentType Method" for exporting from an ASP.NET page to excel using code similar to this:
That isn't my exact code since my code is in C# but otherwise basically the same. It works fine but when I open the file in Excel everything is formatted with the "General" data type. It doesn't matter if its a string, a number or a currency. I would like to be able to define how each column is formatted so that Excel displays the data properly with minimal if not any work from the user. I know the sw.ToString above is simply an html table that is in string form. Do I have to parse that string and add in something to format each cell or can I do something with the DataGrid object or something completely different? This seems like it would be a common problem or desire but I can't find much of anything on it anywhere.
I have a web form that contains a GridView, which impliments Search in Grid with a TextBox and Button control in the footer. This works as I have it now. I have also implimented a Export to Excel function. The Export to Excel works by itself if the Search in Grid function is not included in the footer.The Export to Excel function errors when trying to render the Grid for the export. Is there a better way to incorporate both functions and accomplish the same thing? Am I missing something simple?
I am trying to export data to Excel from ASP.NET. The downloaded file is created on the fly when a link is clicked. The code that I use is something like this:Excel.Application xlApp;Excel.Workbook xlWorkBook;Excel.Worksheet xlWorkSheet; am not exporting from a grid. I have a list of business objects that I want to loop through to export.
Just starting to convert my large Access VBA application to asp.net vb. I have done classic asp in the past but been doing VBA for last 3 years.
Just trying to get pointed in the right direction. I am looking to export data to an excel file. I have searched a bit and got my page to export a data table to a tab delimted file and also used the HtmlTextWriter to take the data from a gridview. However I am trying to find something with a little more control I think without losing me : ). I would like to be able to export directly to excel with out displaying it on the page and also have a couple different datasets export to the same excel file with multiple worksheets.
I've got an .rdlc report which I print from my .net app (C# Visual Studio 2005), where I use a RemoteReportPrinter object. I give it as parameters the server name, report name, report parameters, etc. Works fine. My question is, I would live to do an analagous export of that report to Excel. Set it up exactly the same, but have it export to Excel rather than print, probably using some other type of object than RemoteReportPrinter.
I am using the following code to export some csv data to excel. The code has been working fine for ages (using IE) but has recently stopped working. I have noticed that the only way to get the export to work is by holding down the control key?
I have tried a few different contenttypes and headers but always get the same issue whereby I have to hold the control key down before I am asked to save or open the file.
I'm trying to export my data to an Excel file. Here's my code behind:
And here's the GridView control:
The problem I have is that when I exported into Excel, the texts in column two (which is the Lable1 in the Gridview) does not work when applying Wrap Text in MS Excel 2007. I believed that there is something in the btnExcel_Click method causes the texts to appear as ## all the time regardless if I format the cell to Wrap Text. If I copy the cell and pasted into another sheet or cell as "Paste Values" then the texts showed up and wrap text is working. What could I have changed on the code behind so that it appears as plain texts in Excel?
We are deveopingawebiste in asp.net. There are tempelates of each aspx page made in the form of excel sheet. Upon completion of the online calculation, the user is to be allowed to export the results to excel and save them. There would be obviously no formulae in such sheet
I do not want to install Excel on theserver and instead want to utilize the Excel installed on the user's computer for this purpose as every user's computer is expected to have Excel installed. Is this possible to do? How to do this?
I am not an expert in this. let me know if you would need any more information or clarification.
I have a GridView that I want to export to Excel. When I use the sample code I find online, it exports the content to Excel just fine, but for some reason it also clears out all grid lines outside of my exported table.
For your average excel user this is easy enough to fix, but I need this solution to work for everyone.
So then is there a way to export the data in a GridView into an Excel Workbook so that it looks like it was just typed into Excel? I've pasted the code I am using below, assume that a GridView called toPrint exists and has accurate data.
Response.Clear(); Response.AddHeader("content-disposition", "attachment; filename=" + name + "_Registration_Forms.xls"); Response.Charset = ""; Response.ContentType = "application/vnd.ms-excel"; Page.EnableViewState = false; System.IO.StringWriter stringWrite = new System.IO.StringWriter(); System.Web.UI.HtmlTextWriter htmlWrite = new HtmlTextWriter(stringWrite); toPrint.RenderControl(htmlWrite); Response.Write(stringWrite.ToString()); Response.End();
EDIT: Found one partial solution. If I export as a comma-delimited list and set the header to be a CSV file, it opens fine and all grid lines (even those outside of the exported data) are showing. The only problem with this of course is having to strip out every comma and newline character from my values before exporting them.
I have tried using GridView control to display the data from SqlDataSource control but there are just so many columns and one of the fields contains a lot of texts so using GridView control to display the data does not look look since it goes out of the master template. I have tried using GridView control to display my data and use the following code to export as Excel but in case, there are just so many columns.
What are some other better ways to export to Excel file from my web page?