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michaell
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NPrinting - Add new data to existing file

Hi

In NPrinting, is it possible to add new records to an already existing excel file (rather than running over the file each time with all the data or creating multiple files)

Michael

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lech_miszkiewic
Honored Contributor III

Re: NPrinting - Add new data to existing file

Hi Michael.

straight answer is: NO - IT is not possible


cheers

Lech

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Re: NPrinting - Add new data to existing file

Hi Michael, I'm not an expert in NPrinting but I didn't heard anything about adding records to a previously generated report.

ogster1974
Honored Contributor II

Re: NPrinting - Add new data to existing file

Nprinting publish tasks generate new output rather than updating existing output.

That's not to say your app source can't be updated incrementally by timestamped OVDS or other data sources with records Identified as new or updated.

Regards

Andy

lech_miszkiewic
Honored Contributor III

Re: NPrinting - Add new data to existing file

Hi Michael.

straight answer is: NO - IT is not possible


cheers

Lech

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