Then it gets really strange - when I have a cell highlighted and press any key to input text, it gets duplicated. Could not find stored procedure. I have 5 cells that have the values in them for the multi value parameter. Step 14: Step 15: I am leaving 2 rows above and loading data from 3rd row, that is just for my convenient because I am going to use those two rows as a placeholder for my stored procedure parameters. Importing data through code was killing my project!!! Close End If as you can see i am outputing it to a msg box, i am sure i can figure out a way to put it into excel, that is not my problem, i am unsure of how to call a stored procedure and output the data that way. Personally I think this is a really tricky challenge and any help with doing this would be extremely appreciated. So, how about connecting an Excel sheet to a stored procedure and executing it directly from Excel sheet and get the result in the same sheet? Net technologies for more than a decade.
Thank you for your response 1. Set up the following columns for a table tblStaff. His YouTube channel has 1 million hits. There are a lot of examples out on the net on how to do this. I'm new to macros and would appreciate any help this board can offer.
I dont want it to actually make the save though as I want the user to have the chance to check that the save location is correct and the option to change the filename if required. But then I closed the excel and when I reopened the Excel, I was unable to reproduce the same worksheet. Net technologies and he has 10+ years of experience as a software development teacher. The spreadsheet I have to populate has a lot of cells, but the query statements are pretty simple. Can someone assist or can give some direction? If the physical table exists, you need to drop the existing table and insert the records of the temporary table excel sheet into the physical table.
The programmer in my company has written a stored procedure to put data into two different tables in one of our databases. The real catch is that the workbook has macros. Enter valid parameter values for the data you are querying. If the parameter is date then automatically the input text from the cell will be implicitly converted to date, all you need to make sure the date type is correct. I am facing problems here. Alternatively, if the physical table does not exist, you need to directly create and insert the data from the excel sheet into the physical table, as shown here: 7. Any more magic tricks you have would be greatly appreciated.
Which will prompt another popup Add Tables. I ran a search on the forums and found something similar, but not quite what I was looking for. He writes articles for code-project as well. Author Introduction: Felix Hooker is a data recovery expert in DataNumen, Inc. How can I do this please? Assuming I am restricted in modifying the stored procedure called I want to take the output from above and join it with other information that I can get to. Often Stored Procedures are created to run bunch of queries to generate final results and load that to Excel file. .
However, the file contains 8 sheets that are all identically laid out, except the number of rows is different. Oh, just to make things fun, since posting this originally, I upgraded to Office 2013. As in I successfully created a excel worksheet which fetches query result based on some parameters. Now click on Close button of Add Tables, it will leave you on Microsoft Query Popup Window. I want the dataset returned to be updated in the spreadsheet with the new data when the macro runs. What I want is for my code to execute as soon as the data connection refresh has finished.
} as a results set and can't seem to manage it. When I use the statement Code: ActiveWorkbook. Running this from the sql server side is probably not for you in this instance. Recordset, and a connection string that matches your database. I could just go through each worksheet and zoom it automatically, but that would mean that some of the sheets looked very large, others very small, and I'd like them to have a consistent appearance. Any help any one can give me would be greatly appreciated. I have even signed into this person's computer as myself it's a big company network thing and tried to run the macro and it works fine, so there is nothing wrong with the hardware.
Now, I need to share this macro with some other people, so basically I've just sent that excel file on to the people that need to use it. I am going to rollback updates untill I find the culprit. The parameters will have the spaces and will work properly. Close End Sub Knowledge is the only thing that I can give you, and still retain, and we are both better off for it. Tried to recreate the table in an. Please do not post code, scripts or snippets.
I'm using Excel 2010 if it matters , and I can execute a stored procedure fine - as long as it has no parameters. I have been tasked with using this stored procedure to import data from an Excel spreadsheet containing seven columns and 513 rows. Typically though, we pull from a Table or a View. I have set up a workbook that is sent out to lots of different users. Once we understand the procedure and how you use it when Excel is not involved we might be able to help. You can insert data on existing table or else you can create new table. How do I find out what the current User's desktop folder path is each time the Marco is run by a different User? It should always create an Excel file whatever columns are returned by Stored Procedure.