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Hi guys,

I am having an issue putting multiple images into a single sheet using NPOI version 2.0

This is the code I am using, and have following instructions to only use one Patriarch in the process.

IDrawing patriarch = reportSheet.CreateDrawingPatriarch();
XSSFClientAnchor clientAnchor1 = new XSSFClientAnchor(100, 50, 1714500, 33624, 1, 1, 1, 1 + 3)
            {
                AnchorType = (short)AnchorType.DontMoveAndResize
            };
            XSSFPicture picture1 =
                (XSSFPicture)
                patriarch.CreatePicture(clientAnchor1, LoadImage(Server.MapPath("/Content/logo1.png"), _reportWorkbook));
            picture1.LineStyle = LineStyle.DashDotGel;

XSSFClientAnchor clientAnchor2 = new XSSFClientAnchor(100, 50, 1714500, 33624, 1, currentRow, 1, currentRow+3)
                {
                    AnchorType = (short) AnchorType.DontMoveAndResize
                };
            XSSFPicture picture2 =
                (XSSFPicture)
                patriarch.CreatePicture(clientAnchor2, LoadImage(Server.MapPath("/Content/Logo2.png"), _reportWorkbook));
            picture2.LineStyle = LineStyle.DashDotGel;


When I open the generated excel file, both of the images are the last image loaded. I have opened the file in microsofts "Open XML SDK 2.0 Productivity Tool" and I can see that there are two different images stored in the sheet.

If some one could shed some light on me I would really appreciate it.

(I have also posted on the NPOI Codeplex discussion board and if I get a solution from there I will share it here)
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Member 10863262 13-Jun-14 2:46am
   
Hi , i am also facing the same problem please share solution
Pheonyx 13-Jun-14 4:16am
   
Hi,

I never got a solution, it is a bug in NPOI. It has been acknowledged as a bug and I believe has been investigated. I'm not sure if it has been resolved or not yet though.

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Pheonyx 19-Sep-14 4:06am
   
That's great news :-)

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