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ExcelRW: Failure reading styles while opening file

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30818 Jun 24,2005 07:51 AM Jun 24,2005 07:59 AM Windows Forms 1
Tags: GridControl
Roberto Obispo
Asked On June 24, 2005 07:51 AM

Hi! I''ve had an error while opening a sheet (see enclosed excel file), and the exception says it''s a style problem. This is stack dump I had when I had the error: System.ArgumentException: Collection already contains style with same names NotDeclared_5. at Syncfusion.ExcelRW.Implementation.Collections.StylesCollection.Add(IStyle style) at Syncfusion.ExcelRW.Implementation.WorkbookImpl.CreateStyle(ExtendedFormatImpl format, StyleRecord style, Hashtable hashStyles, Hashtable hashOldParent) at Syncfusion.ExcelRW.Implementation.WorkbookImpl.FindOrCreateStyle(ExtendedFormatImpl format, ArrayList arrStyles, Hashtable hashStyles, Hashtable hashOldParent) at Syncfusion.ExcelRW.Implementation.WorkbookImpl.CreateAllStyles(ArrayList arrStyles, Hashtable hashStyles, Hashtable hashOldParent) at Syncfusion.ExcelRW.Implementation.WorkbookImpl.Parse(BiffReader reader, Boolean ignoreStyle) at Syncfusion.ExcelRW.Implementation.WorkbookImpl..ctor(IApplication application, Object parent, String FileName, Boolean ignoreStyles) at Syncfusion.ExcelRW.Implementation.WorkbookImpl..ctor(IApplication application, Object parent, String FileName) at Syncfusion.ExcelRW.Implementation.ApplicationImpl.CreateWorkbook(Object parent, String strTemplateFile) at Syncfusion.ExcelRW.Implementation.Collections.WorkbooksCollection.Open(String Filename) at ExcelReader.ExcelReader.Open(String ExcelPath) in C:\Proyectos\CodigoJSC\ExcelReader\ExcelReader\ExcelReader.vb:line 43 Please, do you know how to avoid this? Is there a way to read this excel without having this problem? May be a way to turn off the styles for a certain excelfile, or something like that... Thank you very much! Roberto Excel_Test_1286.zip

Roberto Obispo
Replied On June 24, 2005 07:59 AM

I''m sorry... I thought I was posting on ExcelRW forum. I''ve copied the post to the right one, so feel free to ignore it. Thanks and sorry!


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