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QuestionUpdated an application that uses DDE. Specific requirements. Pin
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ptmaker8-Jun-21 3:19
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Love the username Mycroft. and the 1980s comment.

The spreadsheets in this case would generally be setup by the customer using our equipment. Our prior app just acted as a server. At the moment the argument is that all of my solutions are too complicated for the customer or won't save with the excel file. Its for industrial customers not the typical office user.

I thought I might be able to get away with automation and maybe referencing by named ranges. I haven't been able to get it to work from the C# app trying to use named ranges though. Not without the app
already knowing what they are.

Believe me. They have heard my complaints. Laugh | :laugh: This is a rarely used feature but they insist it still needs to support it without changing it much. I may have to wind up using DDE (NDDE maybe?) though I would really rather not.

Thanks for the suggestions. Smile | :)
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QuestionHow do you write a query for comparing SQL Server CE data? Pin
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