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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The following code gives an example of how to use the BeginExport event.
Export WinGrid to a New PDF Document
I’ve switched away from our custom object to a test object for simplicity and it still exhibits the same behavior. CopyFrom to copy the layout from your real grid into the export grid.
I have not tried the above ” e. Is there a way of getting the speed from section 1 and the formating from section 2? I use Windows Forms Pack I hope this explanation is clear, I’m sure it’s been done before but it’s proving quite tricky for me. Maybe hook up the export grid to the same InitializeLayout and InitializeRow event handlers as your real grid so that it applies the same settings.
I have tried the code in section 2 but nothing changes. Is there a way to only export the first band to one sheet and the second band to another sheet and link them together some how. You have rated this topic in the last 30 days.
If you wish to fine-tune the exported data, you can do so by using the events fired by the ExcelExporter element. Hello Ameya, You could achieve the desired behaviour by moving the grid in the BeginExport event of the exporter component: By continuing to use the website we understand that you accept their use. What I need to be able to test is that the data in Excel matches the data as displayed in the UltraGrid.
Offline Mike Saltzman posted over 6 years ago in reply to vani. Middle;” code But I am pretty sure there is sure its not connected to what I am saying I am saying the z-index of title is lesser than z-index of the grid In your example, dont go far, add 20 more columns to the grid with finite data in the cells You will see that the title gets hidden “behind” the grid – the grid overlays the title I cant find better ways to describe this I tried reducing Y co-ord for the title, but that does not help either.
Export Grid Data to Excel
Then going through those parent rows, querying if each one has a sibling, and so on recursively, until I get to any data rows. To export grid data to Microsoft Excel format: So all you have to do is avoid that. Export grdAddresses, sFilename, Infragistics. Hello Ameya, I made some changes to the code and wrapped it up in a small project.
CellFormat ‘ Set format object property for bottom border cfCellFmt. Most of the functions you will need to use the. Exporting to Excel supports saving the Grid data to either legacy.
Is there any easy way of exporting all data from an UltraGrid programmatically?
Export Grid Data to Excel – Infragistics Windows Forms™ Help
You will see that the title gets hidden “behind” the grid – the grid overlays the title I cant find better exort to describe this. Double End If End Sub. Can no-one suggest a useful code snippit for my dilemma?? You would have to copy any property settings from your real grid into the new grid, though. I then used the code in section 2 which allowed the formatting of fields and gave a much cleaner result in excel but it takes a lot longer and sometimes just crashes if there are too many records.
Sometimes there can be 5 levels of parent rows before you get to infragistis data but of course this can change as the ultrahrid can be grouped by anything! Reply Verify Answer Cancel. Hi, The UltraGridExcelExporter does a huge amount of caching which is probably what accounts for the speed difference.
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