Excel Web Services
This section contains information about Excel Web Services and explains how to use it to develop custom applications.
In this section
Learn about the new types and members added to Excel Web Services in Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010.
Learn how to call the Web service by referencing the Excel Web Services Web Services Description Language (WSDL).
Learn when to link to Microsoft.Office.Excel.Server.WebServices.dll locally.
Get step-by-step instructions about how to create a Web service client application that accesses Excel Web Services.
Read about the error codes for Excel Web Services alerts and the associated messages, explanations, and resolutions.
Learn how to set credentials for your users so that they can call Excel Web Services by using your custom applications.
Learn how to get an entire workbook, a snapshot of the file, or a snapshot of the viewable sheets or objects in the file by using Excel Web Services.
Learn about using the various libraries in the Microsoft .NET Framework to save a workbook.
See examples of the four methods for getting values from an Excel workbook.
Learn how to use the four methods for setting values in an Excel workbook.
Learn how to specify range addresses by using range coordinates, named ranges, rows, and columns. Also learn how to specify a sheet name, and about the relationship between a sheet name and a range address.
Find out how to close a workbook asynchronously to save some operation time.
Learn how you can use the Refresh method to retrieve updated data from external data sources for an open workbook.
Get examples that show how to capture Excel Services error codes when using SOAP and when using direct linking.
The Excel Web Services API.