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TOPIC: Excel Adapter Write Side: Excel formulas & reference

Excel Adapter Write Side: Excel formulas & reference 7 years 9 months ago #2048

  • Gennaro
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It wuold be great to put excel formulas with reference to cells which are able to change in relation to the active row.

i.e. Guessing I have to put the formula "LENGHT(B2)" in the cell C2 of the writing Excel File, if I have more than a row to write, the program should change automatically the formula to "LENGHT(B3)" in C3, "LENGHT(B4)" in C4,etc.. for each written row.

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Re:Excel Adapter Write Side: Excel formulas & reference 7 years 9 months ago #2050

Thanks for suggestion. But you just have to build the formula by yourself with the FlowHeater string functions.

For example:
  1. Use the X-Value Heater with the value =Length(A or another offset B, C, …
  2. Use the AutoID Heater with the row offset you want to start. If you expect more than 999 rows you have to use the string Format Heater to eliminate the group separators? E.g. =Length(A1.000)!
  3. Use another X-Value Heater with the value )
  4. Use the string Append Heater to append these Heaters (values) to the excel formula =Length(A1)
  5. Connect the output from the Append Heater to the Excel Field you want the formula
I’ve made an example to demonstrate this, please have a look to the attachment.

Note: You have to use the excel formula names in the language of your excel installation!

Attachment excel_formula.zip not found


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Robert Stark

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