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crystal reports exporting to excel more than 65000 lines

When i export 85000 lines from sqlserver to excel....crystal creates two worksheet , but my client want all data at just one

there's any configuration to do this ??

string directory = server.MapPath("~/Temp") + "/" + idUser;

string directoryArq = server.MapPath("~/Relatorios/") + rel;

ReportDocument cryRpt;

cryRpt = new ReportDocument();

cryRpt.Load(directoryArq);

IDataReader rs = new DLLPadrao.Factory().GetDataReader("select xxxxxx");

cryRpt.SetDataSource(rs);

cryRpt.ExportToHttpResponse(CrystalDecisions.Shared.ExportFormatType.ExcelWorkbook, response2, true, "relatorio");

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    Posted on Jul 25, 2016 at 05:10 PM

    You will need to upgrade to CR 2011 or later and export to "Microsoft Excel Workbook Data - only". This will export to xlsx format which has over a million row limit.

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  • Posted on Jul 25, 2016 at 04:35 AM

    You could handle the resulting file in your code to merge the multiple tabs.

    Alternatively, one of the tools listed at Crystal Reports Viewers, Schedulers and Related Products can take care of that step. You can call that tool from within your application via a command line API and it would take care of the exporting and merging.

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