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Creating Excel 2010 RTD from MySQL Source in C#

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I have a MySQL database that is storing processed financial data from a live feed. I would like to stream this processed data into Excel from the database using a RTD. Does anyone have any samples or ideas to help me get started?
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The easiest way would be to create data connection to the database in excel itself and then set the refresh time as appropiate

http://office.microsoft.com/en-au/excel-help/create-edit-and-manage-connections-to-external-data-HA010342379.aspx

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