I have an excel spreadsheet that is using some simple formulas to lookup and calculatetotals. These work correctly within excel and when this spreadsheet is loaded within the Spreadsheet control but as soon as an edit is made which would effect the reclaculation they result in an "Improper Formula" message in the cells.
AAArulraj A Syncfusion Team January 18, 2019 05:14 AM
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We are able to see the reported problem, we have forwarded this to our development team to validate and we will update you the details on 22 January 2019.
AAArulraj A Syncfusion Team January 22, 2019 07:35 AM
Thanks for your patience.
We have logged the bug report for this issue. We have planned to fix this issue for our next release. The fix will be available with our upcoming release 2018 Volume4 SP1 which will be expected at February first week.
I've just updated to latest versions and I still believe the problem is present or a variation of it. I'll create a simple repro later to validate it but I did the action in Excel and everthing worked OK and within the spreadsheet control I was generating formula errors. So something is still not quite right,
AAArulraj A Syncfusion Team February 13, 2019 03:40 AM
Thanks for your update.
We have tested your reported scenario using previously provided sample using our latest Syncfusion product version 188.8.131.52. But all are working fine. So, please let us know your exact use case to reproduce your reported scenario it will be helpful us to provide the solution at the earliest.
SPSpottyFebruary 13, 2019 12:32 PM
Attached is a spreadsheet - Load inside a spreadsheet control and go to 9am tab, Go to cell E17 as an example and type 5. Then look at the totals at the bottom and you will see many now display a #VALUE error. (Problem.png included)
Open the spreadsheet in Excel and do exactly the same task and you will see that the cells are correctly calculated.
I believe you will see there is a difference and a problem.
AAArulraj A Syncfusion Team February 14, 2019 11:14 AM
Thanks for your update.
We can reproduce your reported scenario. We have logged the bug report for this issue “Issue in calculation of SumIFS formula when use the empty string”. It will be available on our upcoming main release 2019 Volume 1 which is planned in mid of March 2019.