Export WinGrid to a New PDF Document The WinGridDocumentExporter™ component enables you to export your entire WinGrid™ directly into a PDF or XML. Is there any easy way of exporting all data from an UltraGrid programmatically? I have been toying with and although QTP does not error on that. I used to use the code in section one to export to excel (it was quick but it took the same format which i didnt want in excel). I then used the code.
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I then used the code in section 2 which allowed the formatting of fields ho gave a much cleaner result in excel but it takes a lot longer and sometimes just crashes if there are too many records. Show “Please find records before trying to export”, App.
Worksheets 1Excel. Contains “lnk” And oCell. Cells row, iinfragisticsExcel. The UltraGridExcelExporter does a huge amount of caching which is probably what accounts for the speed difference. One thing you could do is go through this code and cache any variables which are used more than once.
In this block of code you are getting the same cell via the indexer at least 5 times.
If you got the cell once and stored it in a variable and then re-used the same cell reference, it would be a lot more efficient. For another example, you are calling “RGB infragistixs,” inside a loop.
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If you are always using the same RGB values, then there is no reason to call this method more than once. You can call it once and store the value in a Color variable and re-use it. I think you might be going about this in a much more complicated way than is really neccessary.
As far as I can see, nothing you are doing here could not be done more easily and more efficiently in the events of the UltraGridExcelExporter. The UltraGridExcelExporter allows you a great deal of flexibility and customization for what gets exported to Excel.
If you want the change the text that gets exported to Excel, or change the colors of cells, or even change the formulas that are exported, then you could do all of that inside the events of the UltraGridExcelExporter. Is there a limit to the number of rows that can be exported? I have tried some inffagistics which work fine and others ulragrid crash.
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My grid has a lot of formatting on it with colours etc that I dont want to appear when exported. I only seem to be able to remove the colour by putting the code from section 1 on the CellExported. Is there any way of doing this at row or preferably worksheet level?
I have tried the code in section 2 but nothing changes. There is a limit to the number of rows you can have in an Excel Worksheet. What that limit is depends on what version of Excel you are exporting to. If you have applied any appearance setting to the grid’s Layout, Band, or Override objects, then you can simply reset these at the layout level.
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This layout is a clone used for the export, so you can modify this layout in any way you like and it will affect the export only – it will have no effect on the on-screen grid. If you have appearances applied to individual cells or rows, then you would typically be applying these settings in the InitializeRow event of the grid. In that case, the cloned rows will fire InitializeRow and you will be explicitly applying them to the new cloned export rows.
So all you have to do is avoid that. To do that, you can put infrragistics check in the InitializeRow event like so:.
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Is there a way of getting the speed from section 1 and the formating from section 2? Offline Mike Saltzman posted over 7 years ago.
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Hi, The UltraGridExcelExporter does a huge amount of caching which is probably what accounts for the speed difference. Reply Verify Answer Cancel.
Offline Jason posted over 7 years ago in reply to Mike Saltzman. Hi, I am now using the UltragridExporter, 1. Offline Mike Saltzman posted over 7 years ago in reply to Jason.Read More