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Excel data ordering
William Leeson
2008-08-22 07:50:23.0
When using the Excel jdbc driver currently it seems that the data is ordered in rows, with an optional header row. Some of the spreadsheets I need to process are pivoted in that the header information is in the first column, with the data in the other columns. Is there a property I can set to 'pivot' the data ordering ?
Re:Excel data ordering
HXTT Support
2008-08-22 08:10:40.0
You can find pivot_clause: PIVOT ( aggregate_function(value_column) FOR pivot_column IN (column_list) ) [AS] tableAlias at here. Pure SQL Syntax.
Running on a Unix server
William Leeson
2008-08-22 09:00:03.0
Can I run the Excel jdbc driver on a Unix server to process Excel spreadsheets that have been uploaded ?
Does the Excel jdbc driver require Microsoft Excel to be installed before it will run ?
Re:Re:Re:Excel data ordering
HXTT Support
2008-08-22 09:03:36.0
Yeah. Pure Java, hasn't any relation with MS Excel runtime.

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