How to Read/Write an Excel file through X++ code


How to write an Excel file through X++ code

In This Post you will found two code sample
1.Write data in excel through X++ code.
2. Read from an Excel through X++ code

1.Write data in excel through X++ code.





static void thaAxapta_Write2Excel(Args _args)
{

InventTable inventTable;
SysExcelApplication application;
SysExcelWorkbooks workbooks;
SysExcelWorkbook workbook;
SysExcelWorksheets worksheets;
SysExcelWorksheet worksheet;
SysExcelCells cells;
SysExcelCell cell;
int row;
;
application = SysExcelApplication::construct();
workbooks = application.workbooks();
workbook = workbooks.add();
worksheets = workbook.worksheets();
worksheet = worksheets.itemFromNum(1);
cells = worksheet.cells();
cells.range('A:A').numberFormat('@');
cell = cells.item(1,1);
cell.value("Item");
cell = cells.item(1,2);
cell.value("Name");
row = 1;
while select inventTable
{
    row++;
    cell = cells.item(row, 1);
    cell.value(inventTable.ItemId);
    cell = cells.item(row, 2);
    cell.value(inventTable.ItemName);
}
application.visible(true);
}


2. Read from an Excel through X++ code

static void theAxapta_ReadExcel(Args _args)
{

SysExcelApplication application;
SysExcelWorkbooks workbooks;
SysExcelWorkbook workbook;
SysExcelWorksheets worksheets;
SysExcelWorksheet worksheet;
SysExcelCells cells;
COMVariantType type;
int row;
ItemId itemid;
Name name;
FileName filename;
;
application = SysExcelApplication::construct();
workbooks = application.workbooks();
//specify the file path that you want to read
filename = "C:\\item.xls";
try
{
    workbooks.open(filename);
}
catch (Exception::Error)
{
    throw error("File cannot be opened.");
}
workbook = workbooks.item(1);
worksheets = workbook.worksheets();
worksheet = worksheets.itemFromNum(1);
cells = worksheet.cells();
do
{
    row++;
    itemId = cells.item(row, 1).value().bStr();
    name = cells.item(row, 2).value().bStr();
    info(strfmt('%1 - %2', itemId, name));
    type = cells.item(row+1, 1).value().variantType();
}
while (type != COMVariantType::VT_EMPTY);
application.quit();
}

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  2. Is stable those classes? I experiencing many exceptions problems that are not normal.

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    1. Hey Roger,

      Thanks for your feedback, Can you please share some more details what problems you faced while using these classes (along with the AX version where you tested this)

      Thanks
      Harry

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