Run keikai with attached spreadsheet
HTTP ERROR 500 io.keikai.importer.ImportException: Fail to import cell B1 in sheet Sheet1 from book 2-internalexternal.xlsx
|MESSAGE:||io.keikai.importer.ImportException: Fail to import cell B1 in sheet Sheet1 from book 2-internalexternal.xlsx|
|CAUSED BY:||io.keikai.importer.ImportException: Fail to import cell B1 in sheet Sheet1 from book 2-internalexternal.xlsx|
|CAUSED BY:||io.keikai.model.InvalidFormulaException: Expect a legal Table|
io.keikai.importer.ImportException: Fail to import cell B1 in sheet Sheet1 from book 2-internalexternal.xlsx at io.keikai.importer.XlsxImporter.imports(XlsxImporter.java:319) at io.keikai.range.impl.imexp.ExcelImportAdapter.imports(ExcelImportAdapter.java:48) at io.keikai.range.impl.imexp.AbstractImporter.imports(AbstractImporter.java:57) at io.keikai.ui.Spreadsheet.getSBook(Spreadsheet.java:649) at io.keikai.ui.Spreadsheet.getSelectedSSheet(Spreadsheet.java:828) at io.keikai.ui.Spreadsheet.doInvalidate(Spreadsheet.java:2546) at io.keikai.ui.Spreadsheet.invalidate(Spreadsheet.java:2403) at io.keikai.ui.Spreadsheet.setSrc(Spreadsheet.java:877)
works in excel
Excel formula usually threats formulas such as =[name]columnreference as table references.
However, if a file does an external reference to itself such as:
(in file named book1.xlsx, with a named ranged named foo)
This formula is stored in the internal workbook data as !foo.
(for some reason, Excel will store external files as numbered [intId] in the xml data and will link to external files. if the external file is different from current, the link index starts at 1 (which is handled)
but internal external references will always use index 0 which fails parsing.
Do not make reference to the file in the file.
(Currently no known applicable use for this pattern which cannot be done by not including the file name)