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37004 Nov 14,2005 02:41 PM Nov 17,2005 04:18 AM General Discussion 3
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Irina Jouk
Asked On November 14, 2005 02:41 PM

Hi, I am going to use ExcelRW/XlsIO in web application. Could you please advise on the following: 1.Which version is the most stable to use from 2.0.5.1 to 3.2.1.0 or the latest version? 2.Could the usage of that component cause any problems when multiple users will generate Excel reports concurrently using web application? 3. Does it require any security setting change on user machine?

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On November 15, 2005 10:06 AM

Hi Irina, 1) Version 3.3 of XlsIO is the most stable version available but the upcoming version 4.0 has a lot of performance enhancements over version 3.3. (Reduced memory usage and faster). 2) Normally XlsIO is capable of handling multiple requests but Version 3.3 had this problem with simultaneous requests. However this issue has been addressed in private patches and version 4.0 http://www.syncfusion.com/support/issues/xlsio/Default.aspx?ToDo=view&questId=919 3) No, it does not require changing any security settings on the user''s machine. The generated spreadsheet is streamed to the browser as an excel attachment. The user can choose to view the spreadsheet either from inside the browser or choose to save the file to disk. Also, please take a look at the evaluation center for more code samples http://www.syncfusion.com/support/EvaluationCenter/default.aspx?cNode=4 Thanks, Stephen. >Hi, > >I am going to use ExcelRW/XlsIO in web application. Could you please advise on the following: > >1.Which version is the most stable to use from 2.0.5.1 to 3.2.1.0 or the latest version? >2.Could the usage of that component cause any problems when multiple users will generate Excel reports concurrently using web application? >3. Does it require any security setting change on user machine? > >

Irina Jouk
Replied On November 15, 2005 02:00 PM

Thanks Stephen. Will the version 3.3 be able to handle about 10 concurrently running requests when each report has approximately 65000 records? Thanks >Hi Irina, > >1) Version 3.3 of XlsIO is the most stable version available but the upcoming version 4.0 has a lot of performance enhancements over version 3.3. (Reduced memory usage and faster). > >2) Normally XlsIO is capable of handling multiple requests but Version 3.3 had this problem with simultaneous requests. However this issue has been addressed in private patches and version 4.0 > >http://www.syncfusion.com/support/issues/xlsio/Default.aspx?ToDo=view&questId=919 > >3) No, it does not require changing any security settings on the user''s machine. The generated spreadsheet is streamed to the browser as an excel attachment. The user can choose to view the spreadsheet either from inside the browser or choose to save the file to disk. > >Also, please take a look at the evaluation center for more code samples > >http://www.syncfusion.com/support/EvaluationCenter/default.aspx?cNode=4 > >Thanks, > >Stephen. > > >>Hi, >> >>I am going to use ExcelRW/XlsIO in web application. Could you please advise on the following: >> >>1.Which version is the most stable to use from 2.0.5.1 to 3.2.1.0 or the latest version? >>2.Could the usage of that component cause any problems when multiple users will generate Excel reports concurrently using web application? >>3. Does it require any security setting change on user machine? >> >>

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On November 17, 2005 04:18 AM

Hi Irina, 1) Could you please clarify on the number of cells (Rows * Columns) that your report would have. 2) I tested with a sample trying to create 10 reports with 65000 Rows and 5 columns. Version 3.3 was not able to handle it but version 4.0 (internal build) was able to handle it. Here is the sample that I had used for testing along with the latest assembly. MultiThreading.zip Please note that you need to have version 3.3 Essential Studio installed in order to be able to run this sample. Thanks, Stephen. >Thanks Stephen. Will the version 3.3 be able to handle about 10 concurrently running requests when each report has approximately 65000 records? >Thanks > > >>Hi Irina, >> >>1) Version 3.3 of XlsIO is the most stable version available but the upcoming version 4.0 has a lot of performance enhancements over version 3.3. (Reduced memory usage and faster). >> >>2) Normally XlsIO is capable of handling multiple requests but Version 3.3 had this problem with simultaneous requests. However this issue has been addressed in private patches and version 4.0 >> >>http://www.syncfusion.com/support/issues/xlsio/Default.aspx?ToDo=view&questId=919 >> >>3) No, it does not require changing any security settings on the user''s machine. The generated spreadsheet is streamed to the browser as an excel attachment. The user can choose to view the spreadsheet either from inside the browser or choose to save the file to disk. >> >>Also, please take a look at the evaluation center for more code samples >> >>http://www.syncfusion.com/support/EvaluationCenter/default.aspx?cNode=4 >> >>Thanks, >> >>Stephen. >> >> >>>Hi, >>> >>>I am going to use ExcelRW/XlsIO in web application. Could you please advise on the following: >>> >>>1.Which version is the most stable to use from 2.0.5.1 to 3.2.1.0 or the latest version? >>>2.Could the usage of that component cause any problems when multiple users will generate Excel reports concurrently using web application? >>>3. Does it require any security setting change on user machine? >>> >>>

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