I’m trying get an Excel Range and copy into an array of objects with Vb.Net.
This is not a problem. I use the following code:
Dim vValues(,) As Object = ExcelApp.Range(vRange).Value
And works fine; but I have a the following case:
In the column “C”; the value has a specific format and internally has another value.
My question is:
Somebody know the way to get the information exact as the user see?
I’m trying to get the information without use a
For ... Each or some kind of cycle.
I’m also tried to avoid use “text to columns” function.
Both seems right solutions, but would impact the performance with a lot of data.
FYI: Also I can get the information through the ODBC connection; but I’m searching the solution using a Range
Exactly what the user sees is the
Text property. But you cannot have an array of that, you will have to query each cell individually.
You are getting a
Double value in your array instead of a
DateTime value because you have “Time” formatting applied in Excel. If you had a format from the “Date” category, Excel would instead send a proper
Variant/Date, not a
Double that represents it.
Another option would be constructing the
DateTime objects on the .NET side, provided you know in which columns they should be.