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we have a very huge data almost 7-8 million of records,As part of my requirement in worst cases i need to load all the records in a excel or pdf file,Is it possible? with out breaking or stop....This message has been edited. Last edited by: <Kathryn Henning>,
First it is not advisable. Second in Excel it is not possible. Third, even if PDF allows, think about the size of the file and consider if end users system resource capacity to handle such a huge file. You may also need to consider Network bandwidth limit, browser timeout issue too.
First off, I agree with everyone else. You don't want 7 to 8 million record outputs. In my experience, these users just want to skip your BI system and work with these in their own excel environments. This cause problems for many reasons which I wouldn't get into here.
As for "This isn't possible in excel." Thats not entirely true. You would need to create a row count for each row, hold your outpput, then write a loop to compound each group of million records onto their own page. We used to do this all the time before excel could handle 1mil records per sheet.
You still have to consider the users computer and its capabilities. an 8 million excel file will take a huge hit on the persons resources. They could open it in access, but again, there will be other issues associated with that.
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I agree with the above. However, perhaps you could use the Migration / Export of that file. It does sound, like Eric says, that: "these users just want to skip your BI system and work with these in their own excel environments. This cause problems for many reasons which I wouldn't get into here."
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