VBA - Editing Wiki page programmically

Posted on 2012-09-04
Last Modified: 2012-09-12
Hi Guys,

This is more a 'Is this possible?' question and some guidelines on the direction. I have an MS Excel application which creates some charts using VBA. The charts images are then saved as .png files and added to an internal wiki page manually. The images replace the images that were added the previous day. Not knowing too much about wiki's I was wondering if it is possible to edit a wiki page to include the latest images by using code. Prefabaly VBA as I'm already in Excel when I run the macro to create the charts. If anyone has any ideas on how this can be done or has done it in the past and is willing to share it would be very appreciated


Question by:victoriaharry
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    I would have thought that this sort of thing would be done on the server side.

    It might even need to be done there because any changes you made to the page using VBA wouldn't stick unless the page was saved.
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    Accepted Solution

    Can't you name the image files the same as the existing ones so they are used instead? There'd be no need for changing the wiki then

    Or do you need access to historic charts?

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