How do you convert XLSX to XML in Excel?
Funny but XLSX is already XML format (the last X stands for XML). Precisely saying XLSX file is an archive containing a bunch of XML files. Use any archive tool like 7zip to open your XLSX and extract its content.
What is the best way in unix to go from Excel (XLSX) to CSV in a batch?
If the files are in any wayplex (I fear multiple worksheets mighte under that) the only thing I can think of is using Open's --convert-to parameter from themand line inbination with shell scripting and maybe UNO or something like that depending on the job'splexity. Googling around a bit showed that Gnumeric includes ssconvert 3 amand line utility to convert spreadsheet from different formats. Glancing over the manpage it seems to support multiple sheets out of the box. If your Excel files don't use advanced excel functionality that might well be the easiest option. There is also unoconv which uses Open for the same purpose but its operation seems to be a bit less straightforward and I haven't been able to find good documentation right away. If Gnumeric doesn't like your excel files it might well be the only viable solution though. And finally Aryeh Friedman user 41754628 pointed me to xlsx2csv ( xlsx2csv ) which is apparently specialized for the task but needs python (which is installed as default on most recent Linux distributions) and doesn't seem toe conveniently packaged for most packet management systems. Converting excel files to CSV using and pyuno also seems to describe something that sounds a lot like what you're trying to do but it sounds a bit involved really
How do I convert an excel file (.xlsx) to a calibration file (.cal)?
Save the document with the extension '.cal'. So when you click save as remove the '.xlsx' from the file extension and in '.cal' . Thus if your are saving a excel doc titled '' save it as '' Also in the ' save as ' tab select 'Text (Tab delimited)' . A tab will pop-up asking you 'if you want to keep using that format?' select 'No' You maybe asked to save in again however simply repeat the same steps and it should save. Be sure to change the selection in the 'save as ' tab to 'Text (Tab delimited)'
How can I efficiently automate the following flow of an Excel file as an .xlsx to .csv format and then on to the mainframe CA7 tool to create a BTI (batch mode) card?
The whole solution has got multiple flaws. But let me just answer your specific questions before suggesting ) I am not sure of exactly solution but you when you upload or download the file using some emulator in the background it does execute some scripts so you can pull out that information. There are some TSOmands as well. However why don't you write the information on the mainframe flat file itself. 2) There is no way you can load that file into CA7 as is. There are specificmands to do the scheduling in CA7 so you would write some kind of utility to convert you job dependencies into CA7mands. Generally I have not seen an average developer having that kind of access to run thesemands. 3) If you doing this kind of thing for test then just write some kind of rexx utility to copy of jobs from PDS in a specific order (that order can be written in a flat file) on the internal reader. There is no point of involving CA7 in this. I have seen this kind of tools in my previous organization. We used to use this in lower test environment wherein we didn't have CA7 instance available. If you are trying to do something like this in production environment then this is extremely bad idea. I am surprised what kind of organization will let a developer play with production environment like this. This kind of dynamic scheduling is just NOT going to work.
How do I convert CSV to Excel (.xls or .xlsx) in Java, C++, C#, etc.?
Reading the CSV is trivial so Im assuming it the writing of the XLSX file that the issue Creating Excel files with C and libxlsxwriter s This is a C library but could be bridged to just about anything I use it with Swift for example it works great. For Java try Apache POI Apache POI - the Java API for Microsoft Documents s
What is the most efficient way to import XLSX data (Excel) to a SQL database?
SQLizer s does this - just upload your file and hit convert. Youll receive a SQL file with INSERT statements and TABLE definitions ready to be imported into your database. It free for files up to 5k rows so you can always try it and see how you get on. Here a video s of SQLizer converting an Excel file to SQL in 3 seconds.
Why did Microsoft change from .doc to .docx for saving word documents and .xls to .xlsx for excel documents?
Microsoft implemented an Open Source format called Open XML along with Open Office. The X on docx refers to this. This was first used in Office 27 so this is your minimum requirement for opening modern documents 23 cannot process these (there may be a plugin but I'm not 1% sure).
How do I open / read password protected xls or xlsx (Excel) file using python in Linux?
You can use the openpyxl Python Library to operate with (and open) Excel files. I don believe opening a Excel file that has a password is supported in OpenPyxl. That is you can open the file! However this sounds in contradiction to what you can do in openpyxl. You can apparently set the password. This implies you can then subsequently open the file using the passoword you just created. Here is some code to help. The 3rd line is setting the password. So the code below would need to be modified. And I have only used Python on Windows systems not Linux. import openpyxl code wb = ('') code = 'thepassword' code
What does the XLSX Excel extension stand for?
Up to 23 the file extension for a standard spread sheet was .xls. With the release of 27 MS office apps contained a lot of new features andpatibility with earlier versions was less certain. MS added an extra x to the file extension to signify that the file originated in a newer version of Excel. So xlsx is a standard spread sheet from Excel 27 21 216 219. .xlsm is macro-enabled. The same principle applies in other MS apps e.g. a late model Word document has the extension .docx but up to 23 was just doc