This is a continuation of the thread started off in the prior post:
<A href="</A></P> <P>I was unable to see your attached demo, possibly because it was not authorized for me to get. However, I do have the following information:</P> <P>I have already used your standard Aspose.Cell.Demos and had the coded inside HelloWorld.cs work fine for me. I then copied over the HelloWorld.cs file into one of my projects and the code didn't work anymore. I'm quite certain that your simple demo will work fine for me. The issue is to figure out why Aspose won't work in my complex demo. Our corporate website is a complex website and so for Aspose to be of value it needs to be able to work in a complex website and not just simple demo websites.</P> <P>Clearly there is something about the interaction of Aspose with our website that causes Aspose Cells to not work correctly. Version 4.5.1 works fine but version 4.8.1 does not. </P> <P>I have the following code:</P><FONT size=2> <P>workbook.Save(</FONT><FONT color=#a31515 size=2><FONT color=#a31515 size=2>"TestName.xls");
The 1st line saves fine locally with no file corruption. The 2nd line saves with a corrupt Excel file.
I'm running this all locally on my development machine and not a production website. My development machine is running Visual Studio 2008 under the development webservice that is part of visual studio. I am running on Windows XP Professional in 32-bit mode. I am running with ASP .NET 3.5, have Elmah installed, DevExpress installed and Aspose.Cells installed.
What should I do now?