If you’re working as a software developer, programmer or anything in between, chances are you’re spending quite a lot of time in front of your computer. While it’s perfectly understandable to do so, given the nature of your work, there are times when you should just put everything on pause and get out a bit, and by “get out a bit” I mean go to a convention on a topic pertaining to your work. There are plenty of gathering, conferences and conventions throughout the year, and attending all of them would be close to impossible, but we’ve put together a list of the ones you should absolutely do not miss in 2015. Check them out!
Month: January 2015
Bulk Insert – Save DataTable to MongoDB – C# MongoDB Driver 2.1
Do you want to import csv or excel (xls, xlsx) file in MongoDB? You can read the file, get the data in C# datatable and save it to MongoDB using InsertBatch method. This article explains how to save C# DataTable to MongoDB for inserting a large amount of data.
To install Official .NET driver for MongoDB, run the following command in the Package Manager Console
Upload and Read CSV File in ASP.NET MVC
To read CSV file doesn’t mean to use String.Split(). CSV files may contain commas, carriage returns, speechmarks…etc within strings. In this post, we will learn how to upload and read CSV File in ASP.NET MVC WITHOUT using Jet/ACE OLEDB provider. It is helpful when you have to deploy your code on shared hosting, Azure website or any server where ACE Database engine is not available. We will use a fast CSV Reader by Sebastien Lorien.
Read Also: Upload and Read Excel File (.xls, .xlsx) in ASP.NET MVC.
Upload and Read Excel File (.xls, .xlsx) in ASP.NET MVC
Are you using traditional way to read .xls and .xlsx files in ASP.NET/C#? If yes, you might be using following providers:
Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0 provider for Excel 97-2003 format (.xls)
Microsoft.ACE.OLEDB.12.0 provider for Excel 2007+ format (.xlsx)
and you may get the following common errors:
The ‘Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0’ provider is not registered on the local machine.
The ‘Microsoft.ACE.OLEDB.12.0’ provider is not registered on the local machine.
and probably, you would go for following approach to fix them
1. Installation of Office 2007 Data Connectivity Components or Office 2010 Database Engine on the Server.
2. The application pool that the site is running set “Enable 32-bit applications” to “True”
3. In project, Change Platform target from: Any CPU to x86 and Rebuild it.
What would happen if you have shared hosting or Azure Website hosting and You are not allowed to install ACE Database engine on the server?