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Process Type Plugin (IR) Report to Excel (xlsx)

(IR) Report to Excel (xlsx)

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Categories: Process Type Plugin
Author: Anton Scheffer

Download the output of your report as an Excelfile

 This plugin uses the source queries of all report regions on a page, either a clasic or interactive,
and puts the results of these queries in a Microsoft Excel file, ready for download. This plugin uses the Excel 2007 format .xlsx

This plugin is limited to 26 columns!!

new version 0.806

Special Requirements
Changelog:
version 0.806
support for Wizard Report
support for SQL Report based on a PL/SQL function body returning SQL query
XML-escaping for string data and sheetnames

version 0.804
support for timestamp and clob
filename changed from anton.xlsx

version 0.802
fixed a bug on 11.2 databases

version 0.800
initial version

Keywords
Excel, process type

Oracle APEX Plugin
Company: AMIS
Date added: 14.12.2010
Views: 39728
Votes: 34
Reviews: 99
Min. APEX Version:
4.0
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10 
@Manfred
by Anton Scheffer
on February 6, 2016
The date format is set in a plugin file, Book2.zip. It is rather hardcoded and it's not easy to change it.
0 
Date Format
by Manfred Stahuber
on January 26, 2016
Hi Anton,

the plugins works well but i have a Problem with the Date Format.

In Database/ Application / Excel i have language German

In the output xlsx File the Date format is English United States.
How can i Change the format in the output file?


regards
manfred
0 
by NANDINI
on November 25, 2015
Hi David,

When you use Request = Expression 1 take Expression 1 as some value like test. and give same value test in request field of download button

Regards,
Nandini
0 
by NANDINI
on November 25, 2015
Hi David,

When you use Request = Expression 1 take Expression 1 as some value like test. and give same value test in request field of download button

Regards,
Nandini
0 
by NANDINI
on November 25, 2015
Hi David,

When you use Request = Expression 1 take Expression 1 as some value like test. and give same value test in request field of download button

Regards,
Nandini
0 
by NANDINI
on November 25, 2015
Hi David,

When you use Request = Expression 1 take Expression 1 as some value like test. and give same value test in request field of download button

Regards,
Nandini
0 
IR Report to Excel (xslx)
by David Cowe
on October 16, 2015
Hello Anton,

I've downloaded your APEX plugin and followed the readme.txt to create a process using the plugin and then a download button. I'm struggling to get the plugin to work though.

Can you clarify what I should enter for "Request". The documentation states;

And use as Request the same value you have used in the Condition of the process.
In the process I used "Request = Expression 1" for the condition type.
At the moment I have "Request" blank and when I click on the button to download, nothing happens.
Any assistance would be very welcome.

Regards,
David
10 
IR Report to Excel (xlsx)
by David Cowe
on October 16, 2015
Hello Anton,

I've downloaded your APEX plugin and followed the readme.txt to create a process using the plugin and then a download button. I'm struggling to get the plugin to work though.

Can you clarify what I should enter for "Request". The documentation states;

And use as Request the same value you have used in the Condition of the process.
In the process I used "Request = Expression 1" for the condition type.
At the moment I have "Request" blank and when I click on the button to download, nothing happens.
Any assistance would be very welcome.

Regards,
David
10 
IR Report to Excel (xlsx)
by David Cowe
on October 16, 2015
Hello Anton,

I've downloaded your APEX plugin and followed the readme.txt to create a process using the plugin and then a download button. I'm struggling to get the plugin to work though.

Can you clarify what I should enter for "Request". The documentation states;

And use as Request the same value you have used in the Condition of the process.
In the process I used "Request = Expression 1" for the condition type.
At the moment I have "Request" blank and when I click on the button to download, nothing happens.
Any assistance would be very welcome.

Regards,
David
10 
(IR) Report to Excel (xlsx)
by David Cowe
on October 16, 2015
Hello Anton,

I've downloaded your APEX plugin and followed the readme.txt to create a process using the plugin and then a download button. I'm struggling to get the plugin to work though.

Can you clarify what I should enter for "Request". The documentation states;

And use as Request the same value you have used in the Condition of the process.

In the process I used "Request = Expression 1" for the condition type.

At the moment I have "Request" blank and when I click on the button to download, nothing happens.

Any assistance would be very welcome.


Regards,
David
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