kandi X-RAY | axlsx Summary
kandi X-RAY | axlsx Summary
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- Creates the content types for the sheets .
- Loads the stylesheets in the stylesheet .
- Cast value from cell
- Parse border options
- Adds a style style to this style .
- Determine the cell value based on cell type
- Creates a new HMAC .
- Compute the cell with this cell with the same data as the cell as a row .
- Tells the width for the given string
- Define a setter for a specific column
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Hi i was deploying a branch on heroku and threw up this error. I also tried deploying a branch which worked perfectly, but that is also showing the same error.
local yarn verion : 1.22.17 local node version : v12.22.7 Please help !!!
Tried building without yarn.lock and package-lock same thing.
This is how it starts Heroku deployment build log through CLI...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-18 at 14:32
I had a similar problem but resolved by following steps.
- Run the following command.
heroku buildpacks:add heroku/nodejs --index 1
- Update node version from
I am running into the following error when trying to install
mimemagic 0.3.10 in a Ruby on Rails project. Note that it is run on a Windows environment. Here is the most relevant error stack trace:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-24 at 03:44
First, create a file named
Then copy the file content found in this link and paste it into the file just created.
Finally, set the
FREEDESKTOP_MIME_TYPES_PATH environment variable
I have a simple example, that when Excel file is generated contains
#. I would like the Excel file to contain "Keys Available to be Assigned And Their Rooms".
I am using
Rails 5.2, caxlsx -v 3.1.0 and caxlsx_rails -v 0.6.2.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jul-14 at 15:22
In the template file you don't need to require the gem, create the package manually or serialize it in the end -
caxlsx_rails does it for you automatically, and you should use the helper methods provided by the gem.
I'm getting an error message that I can't find the solution for when I'm trying to install Rails v 6.1.1 on my new Mac machine (still on Catalina, not Big Sur)
I have rbenv and Homebrew installed and have updated to the latest version of Ruby (3.0.0). When I put out
which ruby I get:
Here's the error code I'm seeing in terminal when I run
gem install rails -v 6.1.1 (same error with
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-02 at 20:29
shared-mime-info on your computer. From the docs of the mimemagic gem
You will require a copy of the Freedesktop.org shared-mime-info database to be available. If you're on Linux, it's probably available via your package manager, and will probably be in the location it's being looked for when the gem is installed.
macOS users can install the database via Homebrew with
brew install shared-mime-info.
Should you be unable to use a package manager you can obtain a copy of the needed file by extracting it from the Debian package. This process will also work on a Windows machine. [...]
you might want to consider installing Rails
126.96.36.199 (instead of
6.1.1 in your command). That version was released to fix exactly the
mimemagic issue that you are facing – just a couple of hours ago.
I'm trying to revive an old Rails application I worked on several years ago. I'm using ruby 2.3.3 and rails 3.2.15 on the Heroku-16 stack with ClearDB for my MySQL database with the mysql2 adapter. When deploying to Heroku it succeeds on the deploy but crashes when it tries to start the app.
Full stack trace from the Heroku log (updated after fixing activerecord-import gem version per suggestion in first answer):...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-09 at 01:07
Looks like you're running into compatibility issues trying to use the latest version of the activerecord-import gem at the time of writing (released in October 2020) with activerecord 188.8.131.52 (released in September 2016). You do mention it's a rails 3.2.15 app but you're not using activerecord 3.2.15 which is confusing.
Try using activerecord-import 0.4.1 (released in July 2013) and activerecord 3.2.15 which should be compatible with rails 3.2.15.
im try to put password in my excel file...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Oct-28 at 18:04
Based on my understanding of axlsx, it is not currently possible to password protect the opening of the spreadsheet.
As a workaround, I placed the generated spreadsheet in a password protected zip file and downloaded that.
This requires the rubyZip gem
Here's code that takes an Axlsx package and puts into to zip file stream, which you can then download or save to a file.
task has attribute
status with integer field 0,1 and 2 now i want to print
not-completed for 0 ,
completed for 1 and
not-started for 2.
currently i am able to print integer in place of text. i tried
if condition but got syntax error
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Oct-06 at 09:01
You can write an instance method for task object which will return desired
status string depending of
As I have known, there are some Ruby gems to read .xls and .xlsx files.
rubyXL: read .xlsx and .xlsm files
spreadsheet: read .xls file
Also know some gems to write an excel file.
axlsx: only write .xlsx file
But I couldn't find any gem to read both file types.
Does anyone know?...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jun-18 at 14:54
In our rails 6 project I want to upload excel file into S3 bucket and send file link to email and provide download xls feature from email. Please help me.
I have generated the excel file using the code below, and also set S3 configuration in our project...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Apr-30 at 20:14
Amazon gives you the answer:
I am using
axlsx gem to generate Excel sheets in Ruby on Rails.
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jan-19 at 03:12
I haven't tested it but this should do the job.
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On a UNIX-like operating system, using your system’s package manager is easiest. However, the packaged Ruby version may not be the newest one. There is also an installer for Windows. Managers help you to switch between multiple Ruby versions on your system. Installers can be used to install a specific or multiple Ruby versions. Please refer ruby-lang.org for more information.
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