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Writing a WSS 3.0 web service to read excel files from a document library

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I have a document library where a bunch of Excel files all in the same format, and I want to be able to write a script or a web service that will read in each file, then iterate through certain rows and columns and extract data.  Is this possible?   I have visual studio 2008 standard and use sharepoint wss 3.0
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Hi,

Please check the post made by Yugal on the following thread.

http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/forums/en-US/sharepointdevelopment/thread/5b5c96d4-17fb-42ad-8c30-e184fe26c5ef

If you have excel service running you can take advantage of it and use it as below.
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms519100.aspx

Hope it helps
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Hi thanks for the reply,

I don't have MOSS2007 so Excel services is not possible, but thank you for that link.
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You'd have to write a console application using the Sharepoint API (that can only run on the Sharepoint server) to do this.  Download the WSS SDK for more information.

You could try using a console application that uses the web service to access the list but it's slow and might not have all the features you need.
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