Hi there ,
I want to export the Table data to Excel.
I tried with the existing solutions which is provided by lombardi.
But it is not working Uniformly.
somtimes it wont work.
I cant use the fancy techniques because it is compulsary to use IE6.
please help me , as we are very close to UAT.
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3 replies Latest Post - 2013-01-25T04:30:10Z by kolban
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Re: Export thr Table / coach data to excel2013-01-11T23:15:54Z in response to SystemAdminI'll point you to the wiki page on how to best ask questions on this forum: http://bpmwiki.blueworkslive.com/display/commwiki/developerWorks+Forum
Several of the things listed there, like an example, the exact problem, and the product version would be helpful.
Also, Lombardi never provided a solution for exporting to excel (several toolkits and wiki articles did, but no Lombardi product ever did), so being very specific about what library you are using would help.
Re: Export thr Table / coach data to excel2013-01-15T15:44:10Z in response to SystemAdminBy far the easiest way to do this is to cheat. It turns out if you save an HTML table to a file and name the file something like "MyFileName.xls" if you give the user a link to it and they have MS Office installed, it will open up in excel and have all the data and formatting of your HTML table. I've generally used an XSLT to take the XML of a list of BO and convert them to an HTML table.
There are other more complex techniques, but that is the simplest "quick and dirty" approach.
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Re: Export thr Table / coach data to excel2013-01-25T04:30:10Z in response to SystemAdminA new sample Integration Service has been produced which writes an Excel spreadsheet from a list of Business Objects. See: