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i working on a project in asp.net.i need to retrive data from a database and send to a word doc and open it dynamically using asp.net(vb)..please help me...

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  • saang Mar 21, 2008

    Thank you Atekie

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Saang,

It is a really bad idea to use Office Automation on a web server, your application will not be scalable and will be full of problems. Trust me, I have already spent hundreds of dollars with Microsoft Tech support for this very thing. I code commercial applications for a living, best thing to do is buy an application that creates office documents for you easily through asp.net. I have used a product from Aspose and it has done great. You can download a free trial to check it out.

http://www.aspose.com/categories/ssrs-rendering-extensions/aspose.words-for-reporting-services/default.aspx

It will save you lots of time coding as well, because they make it very easy to customize your documents.

Hope this helps!

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