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writing a CSV file using client side javascript??????????

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The title guves you the problem I am having. I would like some smaple code of writing a CSV file using client side javascript.

Any idea????

I am using Visual Studio .Net 2005 in c#. I have text boxes where user inputs. After all data is input, it writes to a database (access) and would also like it create the CSV file with the exact data entered in the write correct rows etc...

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introlux
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You won't be able to do that client side... security issues.  You'll have to do it in you're C# code.  If the problem is that you want the client - and not the server- to have the CSV file, you'll have to let them download it after it is created on the server side.
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Ok thats fine. I would not like the client to have the file anyway. I want it all to be saved on the server side.

How will i go around to implement this???

Thanks,

introlux
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I'm affraid I don't have a lot of experience in C#, but you can check out this page... it might help.
http://knab.ws/blog/index.php?/archives/3-CSV-file-parser-and-writer-in-C-Part-1.html
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I have read this help but still not what im looking to do. I need an example which I can then manupilate it to my own design like I have with other problems.

Alll help will be appreciated.

introlux
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I have sorted out this problem!

Thanks for all the support

introlux
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Thanks for the effort
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