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Has anyone had experience reading from an excel file into asp? If so I need to discuss how to implement it.
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OK I can get the Microsoft example to run, very sloppy code on Microsoft’s behalf. Anyway when I try to run the same code against another file I get:

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Microsoft OLE DB Provider for ODBC Drivers (0x80004005)
[Microsoft][ODBC Excel Driver] External table is not in the expected format.

I have updated my system DSN and added the named range to the new table. What is the expected format?
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I am not sure--no way to tell without being there. Is the excel file in the same directory as your page? If not, then you may have a permissions error.

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Yes the file is in the same dir as the asp page. so was the test page. im going to look at the file itself to see if i can find any problems with format.
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longjt,

Is the file csv or xls?  If it's csv, you can read it as a flat file and format it in a table as you read each line.  If it's xls, then FtB's link is what you need.

The error message you received sounds to me like the tables you're calling are different than how you're calling them.  Could you paste your code so we can analyze?

Thanks,
JM

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The answer in ID: 12697166 works--longjt  said so in ID: 12697662.

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