I've got an excel file that has a number of regular cells and a number of checkboxes. I can access individual cells by using openrowset feature.
The problem is reading checkbox.value.
I'd appreciate any help.
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I am importing the data from excel file using following code.
connstr = "Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0;Data Source=" & Server.MapPath(strFolderFileName) & ";Extended Properties=HTML Import;" conn = New OleDbConnection(connstr) Dim strSQL As String = "SELECT * FROM [" & strWorkSheetName & "]" Dim cmd As New OleDbCommand(strSQL, conn) Dim da As New OleDbDataAdapter(cmd) da.Fill(datatable)
Now the problem is if a coulmn vlaue start with a number value like "15" then the other string value like "W15" in that column is ignored in the datatable.
eg. The excel column value Column1
I am trying to import an excel file in SQL Server 2005 through "OPENROWSET" command.But the problem is in excel there is a column with cell values preceding with '0's.e.g. '000987','000008' etc..the excel
file has rows more than a lakhs so manually edit each row is absurd. but while I'm trying to import the data its getting values without the preceding '0's....So please suggest me how do I import the data through SQL Server scripting...
Can explain me how to do this and send me code to try ?
I have to create one page where user will upload the excel file in SQl Server and system should check following things
1.Sheet Name should be always sheet1
2.System should check the column names
3.System should show the message that these many rows has been loaded
I am trying to import from an Excel spreadsheet or an Access database into an Oracle table. I used the SSIS Import and Export wizard to create the SSIS packages, but everytime that I attempt to run the package, SSIS stops once it gets to the Pre-Execute
phase. There are never any errors. Am I doing something that cannot be done?
I'm using the following: SSIS 2005, Microsoft Oracle OLEDB provider (MSDAORA.1), Excel and Access 2003
By the way, I am able to successfully export from the Oracle database to either Excel or Access using SSIS.