Can't you bump the size of the integer field? 10 and 20 byte integer fields are supported.
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From: RPG400-L [mailto:rpg400-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of JRusling@xxxxxxxxxxx
Sent: Tuesday, October 09, 2018 8:41 AM
Subject: HSSFR4 ss_cellName() function.
I am building a spreadsheet using Scott's HSSFR4 srvpgm as i have many
times in the past.
When i go to add filters to the worksheet for a few columns and all the
rows, the ss_cellname() function crashes.
It appears this is due to my spreadsheet exceeding 32767 rows (max size of
The ss_cellName() function crashes as it accepts int(5:0) for Row and Col.
Is there something else i should be using to get the cell name for large
spreadsheets with rows exceeding 32767?
Has anyone else come across this and if so, what was your solution?
(besides to NOT filter... )
Thanks for any help or direction.
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