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SUMIFS localized

Having an old Aspose.Cell version, our team planned to buy the last one in order to manage the new functions of MS-Excel 2007+.

We need for our client to deal with MS-Excel files having a lot of "SUMIFS" functions.

After few tests with the last Aspose.Cell demo version, we felt on this :
- assuming we have an existing MS-Excel file edited with a french localized MS-EXCEL 2007 client.
- the tested code [...].Open(...) this file, populate a specific cells range with some existing formula in a specific cell (using [...].SetSharedFormula(...)), and then [...].Save(...) the file on HD.
- after opening the modified MS-EXCEL file with the same french localized MS-EXCEL 2007 client, we notice that when the formula to be "shared" contains the french localized SUMIFS function, Aspose failed to properly "share" the formula to the targeted range.

ex. :
1) Source cell: =SOMME([...]) => Debug: cell.Formula=SUM(...) => Target range: =SOMME([...])
2) Source cell: =SOMME.SI.ENS([...]) => Debug: cell.Formula=SUMIFS([...]) => Target range: =SUMIFS([...])

Is there any fix planned to deal with those new functions localization problems ?


Well, I am afraid while specifying formulas using Aspose.Cells, you need to specify it in English (US) style. See the topic for your complete reference:

thank you.