I'm trying to open Word & Excel docs in a new browser window. The windows opens and then closes straight away. I think I may need browser plugins. Can someone provide some advice on how I can achieve this?
I want create/show/edit a excel file from my asp.net application. All I want is like the working of Google docs. Is there a way I can implement it? Any dll or can i even use the google docs api for that?
Is this because the .doc extension is not hadled by the .Net framework and that I need to do something to Handler Mapping in IIS7? I would prefer to put all my security setting in the web.config ideally
I have an asp.net app that uses a SQL Server 2005 database to store word documents. One of the application requirements is that when a user clicks a button, the system retrieves some number of word documents from the db, zips them up in memory and allows the user to save the zip file to disk.
Is there a zip library that provides the ability to zip up files in memory? The few that I've seen read from the file system.
The purpose is to generate proposal documents that can manually be edited in Word after the fact, but before sending them out to the customers.
Much proposal content would be drawn from existing HTML website content (backing CMS) and also some custom (non-HTML) injection for certain scenarios. Of course the conditional logic could go into server-side ASP.NET to vary the content appropriately.
I'm open to 3rd-party tools if raw manipulation of the Word API is arduous. In fact a good 3rd party tool might be the answer.
I am loading documents into our Oracle database and then retrieving them for the users to view. So far PDF, DOC, XLS, CSV, etc. all perform as expected, however; DOCX, XLSX, etc. files have one annoyingly persistent issue. When the document is downloaded by the user and they open it you get the first in a series of messages: The file 'thefile.docx' cannot be opened because there are problems with the contents. Details: The file is corrupt and cannot be opened. and then: Word found unreadable content in 'thefile.docx'. Do you want to recover the contents of this document? If you trust the source, click Yes. After clicking yes the file opens and all of the content appears correct. Including images, formatting, tracked changeds and comments, equations, etc. I have tried multiple methods along these lines to no avail. I simply want the files to open without the false-positive error messages. I am using VS2010, with the website targeted at .Net Framework 2.0.
objConn = New OracleConnection(gstrConnectionString) objConn.Open() cmd = New OracleCommand cmd.Connection = objConn cmd.CommandText = "select DOCUMENT_NAME,DOCUMENT_TYPE,DOCUMENT from DOCUMENT_TABLE where DOCUMENT_ID='" & strDocumentID & "'" dr = cmd.ExecuteReader dr.Read()
Sorry, not sure if this is the right place for this. I have a requirement to convert Word, Excel and HTML docs to PDF format programmatically, but most information online seems to be talking about client side. What is the best approach for this. I think there would be about 100 conversions a day in production. It's not high volume.
I am using the following code to decode base 64 and quoted printable encoded messages. It works well for all the charset's except for quoted printable chinese (Charsets: GB18030, GB2312). When I tried to decode, I am getting '?' as output. provide on this code or any other code that decodes all types of encoded string?
I have been trying to do this for some time with no luck...
The user registers an item into our database and is then presented with the just inserted details. This item requires a couple of labels, a CD Face label, a CD Inlay label and a barcode label for the packaging. Previously this was done by word templates which had a form on opening to gather the info. Each item then (in theory) requires the user to put in some basic facts 4 times if you include the original registration.
The issue I have is with internet explorer I guess, or the presentation of the data... For instance our barcode printer uses labels which are 5cm x 7cm. Anything remotely larger will not print correctly. So I make a formview with everything set out as 4cm x 6cm and set the page setup to 4.5 x 6.5. it then printed across 4 labels. This is quite frustrating as the print has to be consistent and is reliant upon the user setting quite a few items before trying to print!
So my next excursion was with Word. Create an Interop.Office based way of filling fields in on a template that I knew printed everytime bang on. After the faf of CSID issues and permissions to launch applications, I found that it would work if I was running it using the ASP.net test environment, but on the server it just spawned winword.exe over and over !!!!!!!
The ideal way for me would be that a formview is printable, the ideal way for the user is using word but automate the items being filled in, however I can't seem to get either to work correctly!
I'm using the following code to upload images, pdf files, word files and excel to a sql table as binary data. However, I can only figure out how to display the images but am clueless about the other type of files. What adjustments do I need to make so that with a button click I can access the other files? 't By the way, I'm using an image control to display the binary data and I'm aware that that will only work to display images, I just don't how to access all the other types of files once uploaded.
I have a page with a datalist on it. The datalist shows numerous rows with various data in each column, each showin in a textbox. I'd like the user to be able to select or not select each row (displayed in datalist), and then to click a button which would place all of the data in selected rows into one big label so that it can be printed or emailed.
So im trying to develop a web-based site that allows a set of charts to be created about different informationNow i need to use this information to generate some charts (most likely throught excel) and then export all of the charts to a word document. The problem im finding is how am i able to send all the charts to word and format them to put multiple on one page and formatted to certain locations. Is there a way to do this or will i be fored to send them to word and then open that document and organize them myself.?
I want to create an Excelfile on the click of a button in C# and when i click the button again it Creates another file with the same name(can add name changed from like Files to Files1) but i dont want to override the previous file.Like if i click button twice there should be two files with small change in the name.