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EXE once the processing is over. I am raising this purposely, because I believe that the Garbage Collecter does not clean the Excel executable even after the Excel file is closed. This question has been asked before and already has an answer. If those answers do not fully address your question, please ask a new question. As a general principle I agree, but in the real world there are many instances where Excel is a key part of a business and many business processes have been built around it. This is actually one good example of ‘code-reuse’ in Joel’s article “Why are the Microsoft Office file formats so complicated?
I’ve wasted 5 days trying to resolve my problem and found no answer. Office is run in this environment. As a disclaimer, I have never personally used this product, but I have heard about it from several people I worked with in the past. I’ve had more time to think about this answer, and would now recommend using an XML approach with the Open XML Office spreadsheet format. Heres some good links to get started on building a office document with code. It provides the ability to export to Excel.
Alteranatively waste money on aspose or spreadsheetgear. UPDATE: Also note that sometimes dev will still see Excel. Before assuming the above code isn’t working, check that the process that is running the code is also closed. GC root back to the launching process. Once that is closed the Excel. SSIS is an absolute nightmare when it comes to anything more than basic simple table-like Excel reporting.
I wouldn’t recommend SSIS for Excel reports, especially if your Excel report uses advanced features like graphs, multiple tabular layouts, multiple sheets, or pivot tabs. For advanced scenarios requiring graphing or pivots there are better solutions. However for exporting and dumping data tables I disagree with the assertion that its an absolute nightmare. Still horses for courses, plenty of reporting solutions available.
You can close the Excel app after you finished with excelobject. You can have a look on Excel’s XML schema to build the Excel file without Excel itself. You’re better off killing only the instance you’re currently working with. Here’s the code I used to accomplish that.
I have also tried to find the correct PID by enumarating all Excel processes and comparing the Process. The command you need is “taskkill”. I just tried this in VB. I jotted down my skirmish with Excel here.