[Spread-users] Using the spread toolkit with Excel
jek-spread at kleckner.net
Wed Feb 20 14:18:00 EST 2008
I updated the publish DLL and code to be incremental with available data:
( http://tinyurl.com/ypydjw )
Give it a try and let me know.
=== From the README:
To use the DLL with Excel, you need to register it.
Copy SpreadExcelRTD.dll somewhere on your executable path.
From a command line, run:
to register it and:
regsvr32.exe /U SpreadExcelRTD.dll
to unregister it.
Then open RTDServerSample.xls in Excel and you should see the test topics.
You can use the spreadsheet in ExcelSpreadPub/dlltestspreadpub.xls
to generate events.
Jim Kleckner wrote:
> I checked in an unoptimized version of the publish and subscribe DLLs
> for Excel.
> See the project home page here:
> and the README file here:
> ( http://tinyurl.com/29y7jl )
> Note that you have to register the subscribe real-time-data server
> using regsvr32 as described in the README file.
> While the subscribe DLL will allow use of multiple servers, the
> publish DLL is currently limited to just one.
> I suppose the API should be upgraded, but I just wanted to get
> something out there that people could bang on.
> Note that an exception occurs if the SP_disconnect is allowed to be
> called in the destructors.
> Not sure quite why, but it is early code.
> Cheers - Jim
> Jim Kleckner wrote:
>> I created a Google Code project using the LGPL named "spread-excel"
>> to hold code to publish and subscribe to/from the spread toolkit:
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> Spread-users at lists.spread.org
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