Bug 20146

Summary: [PATCH] for making "getWorkbook" method public in HSSFWorkbook.java
Product: POI Reporter: Joji John <jjoji>
Component: HSSFAssignee: POI Developers List <dev>
Status: RESOLVED DUPLICATE    
Severity: normal CC: gwansung76
Priority: P3    
Version: unspecified   
Target Milestone: ---   
Hardware: Other   
OS: other   
Attachments: Patch file for the changes suggested in the bug 20146

Description Joji John 2003-05-22 12:38:41 UTC
For Version 1.10.0, public being omitted from the method definition of 
getWorkbook() in HSSFWorkbook.java. This method is used to give access to the 
underlying Workbook and it's records, so is useful for some applications using 
the usermodel.
Comment 1 Joji John 2003-05-22 12:41:25 UTC
Created attachment 6455 [details]
Patch file for the changes suggested in the bug 20146
Comment 2 Andy Oliver 2003-05-22 17:21:06 UTC
If there is functionality NOT provided via the HSSFWorkbook, provide patches to
expose that functionality.  If you just need low level read access, use the
event model.  We very deliberately encapsulate this.  Just like you cant get the
raw bytes from the HttpServletRequest, you can't get the raw metal from
HSSFWorkbook.  In essence, work with us.
Comment 3 gwansung kim 2003-08-25 08:17:29 UTC
dffafa
Comment 4 Robert Weir 2003-08-30 18:50:11 UTC
What we do with the Workbook is iterate over all the FormatRecords and call
setUnicode(true) on them.  Otherwise we're get garbage output when we have
sheets with DBCS's like Chinese.

I can see why we would want to promote that functionality up a level into the
user model. Any suggestions on how to expose this?  Perhaps a setUnicode
(boolean) in HSSFWorkbook that would apply to all contained formats? 
Comment 5 Avik Sengupta 2005-04-22 17:13:32 UTC
We'll do it as in bug 34007 , call setUnicode(true) on Format if the format
string contains DBCS. 
That should work for DBCS sheets? In any case, we dont want to expose workbook. 

*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 34007 ***