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How to convert XLSX to SQL server in VB.NET using ByteScout Spreadsheet SDK

Write code in VB.NET to convert XLSX to SQL server with this step-by-step tutorial

We made thousands of pre-made source code pieces for easy implementation in your own programming projects. What is ByteScout Spreadsheet SDK? It is the SDK component for writing, reading, modifying and calculating Excel and CSV spreadsheets. Can calculate and reculculate formulas with Excel installed. You may import or export data to and from CSV, XML, JSON. Supports export to databases, arrays, streams. It can help you to convert XLSX to SQL server in your VB.NET application.

You will save a lot of time on writing and testing code as you may just take the VB.NET code from ByteScout Spreadsheet SDK for convert XLSX to SQL server below and use it in your application. Just copy and paste the code into your VB.NET application’s code and follow the instruction. Code testing will allow the function to be tested and work properly with your data.

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Imports Bytescout.Spreadsheet Imports System.Data.SqlClient Class Program Friend Shared Sub Main(args As String()) Try ' MODIFY THE CONNECTION STRING WITH YOUR CREDENTIALS!!! Dim connectionString As String = "Data Source=localhost;Initial Catalog=master;Integrated Security=true;" Using connection As New SqlConnection(connectionString) connection.Open() ' Drop test database if exists ExecuteQueryWithoutResult(connection, "IF DB_ID ('XlsxTests') IS NOT NULL DROP DATABASE XlsxTests") ' Create empty database ExecuteQueryWithoutResult(connection, "CREATE DATABASE XlsxTests") ' Switch to created database ExecuteQueryWithoutResult(connection, "USE XlsxTests") ' Create a table for XLSX data ExecuteQueryWithoutResult(connection, "CREATE TABLE XlsxTest (Name VARCHAR(40), FullName VARCHAR(255))") ' Load XLSX document Using document As New Spreadsheet() document.LoadFromFile("Hello_world.xlsx") Dim worksheet As Worksheet = document.Workbook.Worksheets(0) For row As Integer = 0 To worksheet.UsedRangeRowMax Dim insertCommand As [String] = String.Format("INSERT XlsxTest VALUES('{0}','{1}')", worksheet.Cell(row, 0).Value, worksheet.Cell(row, 1).Value) ExecuteQueryWithoutResult(connection, insertCommand) Next End Using ' Check the data successfully exported Using command As New SqlCommand("SELECT * from XlsxTest", connection) Dim reader As SqlDataReader = command.ExecuteReader() If reader IsNot Nothing Then Console.WriteLine() Console.WriteLine("Exported XLSX data:") Console.WriteLine() While reader.Read() Console.WriteLine([String].Format("{0} | {1}", reader(0), reader(1))) End While End If End Using Console.WriteLine() Console.WriteLine("Press any key.") Console.ReadKey() End Using Catch ex As Exception Console.WriteLine("Error: " & ex.Message) Console.ReadKey() End Try End Sub Private Shared Sub ExecuteQueryWithoutResult(connection As SqlConnection, query As String) Using command As New SqlCommand(query, connection) command.ExecuteNonQuery() End Using End Sub End Class

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