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 have tried some exports which work fine and others which crash. You have rated this topic in the last 30 days.
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This event is important if you need to change the Value of a cell. CellFormat ‘ Set format object property for bottom border cfCellFmt. Is there a limit to the number of rows that can be exported?
In a nutshell you are going to create a recursive function that does the following:. 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 infraglstics, then you could do all of uultragrid inside the events of the UltraGridExcelExporter.
When I step through the debugger, I look at the datasource of the grid after I set the datasource and it looks fine, but if I look at the Rows property, the count is 0.
String the file format you want to export the grid as GridExportFileFormat. 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.
As to properly test the data using QTP you will have to export the controlled base data. Sorry about my delayed reply. Most of the functions you will need to use the. I am creating an instance of the UltraGrid dynamically, then attempting to bind a list of our custom object to it and write the resulting grid to Excel. You could use grid. The following code goes in the CellExported event. So all you have to do is infragiistics that.
I’ve to export the grid to Excel and I googled it found this: Offline Michael Germann posted over infrayistics years ago in reply to Graham.
I hope this explanation is clear, I’m sure it’s been done before but it’s proving quite tricky for me. Exporting Data from an UltraGrid. Export ultragrid to excel with formatting.
Export WinGrid to a New PDF Document
Can no-one suggest a useful code snippit for my dilemma?? Anyhow, the reason I want to export to excel is partly bourne out of my frustration in not being able to fashion the right code in QTP to navigate through a UltraGrid reliably in the manner I want.
If you are always using the same RGB values, then there is no reason to call this method more than once. CellExporting ‘ Change the value of the infragietics cell of each row. So if your grid only knows about one page of data, then that’s all that will be exported.
One thing you could do is go through this code and cache any variables which are used more than once. Currently I am exporting the ultragrid thart has two bands. When you click the button, a PDF file is created and placed in the root of C:. Value ‘ Value Cell 0 rows. Do you have any suggestions? If all you want exprot do is dump all of the grid data into an Excel file, retaining any current formatting, this is all you have to do, and infragixtics can stop here.
In a nutshell you are going to create a recursive function that does the following: