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Import an Excel Spreadsheet into ReportWriter and generate Excel files

Is there a way import a complex Excel spreadsheet in RS and use that to generate new spreadsheets with having Excel installed? TIA!

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asked Oct 20 '09 at 12:19 PM in Default

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If you wanting to use a SSRS model to report from the Report Builder you can create a view that looks at the EXCEL sheet as a "linked server".

Once the view is created you can create a dsv with SSRS and then you will be able to report off that model.

Then, using the export function or subscription you can generate xls/csv files.

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answered Oct 20 '09 at 01:27 PM

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