Storing a file on the client's system
Thank u for the answer to the "Working Offline" question. Here's another.
1. Is it possible to store a file which contains data downloaded from the
Web Server as an Excel Sheet on the
CLIENT'S system? If yes, how?
Thanking u once again,
Re: Storing a file on the client's system
If the file is coming down as an Excel spreadsheet, it will be an Excel
spreadsheet on the client's system. If you are just downloading data and
want to save it as an Excel spreadsheet, you will have more difficulty.
First, there are many security issues involved to prevent someone from
downloading and executing a file from a Web page that could cause harm.
You may want to look at some third-party products. I know that some products
produce reports and download the reports to the user's machine. Maybe one of
those have an option for Excel.
Anitha wrote in message <firstname.lastname@example.org>...
>Thank u for the answer to the "Working Offline" question. Here's another.
>1. Is it possible to store a file which contains data downloaded from the
>Web Server as an Excel Sheet on the
>CLIENT'S system? If yes, how?
>Thanking u once again,
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