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Saving data to a csv file from an asp web page

Posted on 2007-04-11
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I have data retrieved from SQL via the following

        Dim dsData As New SqlDataSource
        With dsData
            .ConnectionString = OdfosDB.strConnectionString
            .SelectCommandType = SqlDataSourceCommandType.StoredProcedure
            .SelectCommand = "spSales"
            .SelectParameters.Clear()

            .SelectParameters.Add("PCTId", PctIdValue)
            .DataSourceMode = SqlDataSourceMode.DataReader
        End With

Which does return data as I've displayed it in a grid via
      gvData.DataSource = dsData
        gvData.DataBind()

I need to save the data to a csv file on the local PC.

Any ideas?
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Question by:BigCap
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The article on this page should get you on your way, eventhough it is applied to a datagrid and not a gridview:

http://www.dotnetbips.com/articles/668a7110-378c-45f7-8f93-a89ea5c82cd0.aspx
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by:BigCap
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Thanks to you all - but I will give points to DreamMaster as that is the one I used.

It worked just fine.

But thanks again to gbshahaq and ajaysharmaapis - I will look at those also sometime
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Glad to have been helpful BigCap,

Regards,
Max.
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