The TargetExcel object implements the functionality to output data from SQL*XL to MS Excel. The properties of
TargetExcel determine the way data is output to Excel. To obtain a reference to the targetExcel object use the
Targets property of the SQLXL object. Example: SQLXL.Targets( litExcel ).Headings
Physically, output is generated by the Statement objects
notably the StmtDQL object that implements select statements.
The execute method of the Statement outputs the data according to the setting of the Target property on the Statement.
If Statement.Target = litExcel then output will be generated in Excel.
Applies Excel's autofilter feature to the resultset after it is pasted into the spreadsheet. Note that only 1 range
of cells can have autofilter enabled per worksheet.
Resizes the columns to fit the data.
Set to false if no formatting should be applied
Print column headings
When Transpose is set to False, Sort will sort the data according to the first column.
Put a comment in the top left cell of the resultset range with the SQL that was executed.
The address of the cell where the data should be put into the spreadsheet. Note that the workbook containing the cell is expected
to be open.
When set to True causes Database rows to be placed in Excel columns.
When set to False causes Database rows to be placed in Excel rows.
Set the cell A5 the starting point where data should be put into the spreadsheet:
SQLXL.SQL.setText Text := "select * from emp" Set SQLSL.SQL.Statements(1).Target = Targets(litExcel)< BR
Targets(litExcel).StartFromCell = "A5"
Note: Please record all code through the macro recorder.
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