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23856 Jan 20,2005 09:14 PM Jan 21,2005 08:33 AM Windows Forms 2
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Daryl Smith
Asked On January 20, 2005 09:14 PM

I am trying to open a 6 MB spreadsheet using the following method: IWorkbook wb; wb = ExcelUtils.Open(fileName); It tries and tries and tries, and finally, my ASP.Net application raises a Server Application Unavailable. Granted, it''s a development machine with 512MB memory, but still... Any ideas/suggestions?

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On January 21, 2005 06:51 AM

Hi Daryl, Normally, ExcelRW is capable of opening 6MB files but there have been instances where sunch large files have caused problems. Could you please create a Direc-Trac incident regarding this issue. You can mail me the file at stephenj @ syncfusion.com. Thanks. Best regards, Stephen. >I am trying to open a 6 MB spreadsheet using the following method: > >IWorkbook wb; >wb = ExcelUtils.Open(fileName); > >It tries and tries and tries, and finally, my ASP.Net application raises a Server Application Unavailable. Granted, it''s a development machine with 512MB memory, but still... > >Any ideas/suggestions?

Daryl Smith
Replied On January 21, 2005 08:33 AM

I will have to discuss this with the client regarding providing you the file. I believe there''s potentially some propritary/sensitive data in the files which they may not feel comfortable about my providing it. In the interim, I will log a Direc-Trac issue. >Hi Daryl, > >Normally, ExcelRW is capable of opening 6MB files but there have been instances where sunch large files have caused problems. Could you please create a Direc-Trac incident regarding this issue. You can mail me the file at stephenj @ syncfusion.com. Thanks. > >Best regards, > >Stephen. > >>I am trying to open a 6 MB spreadsheet using the following method: >> >>IWorkbook wb; >>wb = ExcelUtils.Open(fileName); >> >>It tries and tries and tries, and finally, my ASP.Net application raises a Server Application Unavailable. Granted, it''s a development machine with 512MB memory, but still... >> >>Any ideas/suggestions?

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