Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Web Service API Methods
rangeCoordinates (in) — Use this RangeCoordinates type to specify the range that is to
be calculated. The range can be a single cell or a contiguous range. The rangeCoordinates
type has the following four properties:
Column — The zero-based integer index, where column A is 0.
Row — The zero-based integer row index, where row 1 is 0.
Height — An integer greater than 0, which represents the row height of the range.
Width — An integer greater than 0, which represents the column width of the range.
The behavior of Calculate is dependant on the values provided for the rangeCoordinates . Following
are common uses for the Calculate method:
Calculate sheet — The sheetName is the name of a sheet, and the rangeCoordinates are
initialized to 0.
Calculate cell A1 — The sheetName is the name of a sheet, and the rangeCoordinates are
initialized as Column=0, Row=0, Height=1, and Width=1. This calculates cell A1.
Calculate cell B1 — The sheetName is the name of a sheet, and the rangeCoordinates are
initialized as Column=1 , Row=0 , Height=1 , and Width=1 . This calculates cell B1.
Calculate cells A1:A2 — The sheetName is the name of a sheet, and the rangeCoordinates
are initialized as Column=0, Row=0, Height=2, and Width=1. This calculates cells A1:A2.
Calculate cell A1:B1 — The sheetName is the name of a sheet, and the rangeCoordinates are
initialized as Column=0 , Row=0 , Height=1 , and Width=2 . The result is that cells A1:B1 are calculated.
Return Value
A status object is returned by default with a value of null . See the “Status Class” section, earlier in this
chapter, for an explanation of this return type.
Calling Calculate
The following example makes a Calculate call. The range is defined using the RangeCoordinates
object, and then the Calculate method is called to calculate range A1:A2 on Sheet3 .
try
{
string xlSessionId;
Status[] xlStatus;
xlSessionId = xlEcsApi.OpenWorkbook(
@”http://theexcelserver/testsite/Shared Documents/workbook.xlsb”,
@”en-US”,
@”de-DE”,
out xlStatus);
RangeCoordinates xlRange = new RangeCoordinates();
xlRange.Column = 0;
xlRange.Row = 0;
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