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Example file from Excel 2013
FILEOPEN XLSX Opening an .xlsb file with LibreOffice Calc is much slower than opening the same file with .xlsx extension
The main problem here is the time difference of opening an .xlsb file compared to an .xlsx file. The reason of the slower file load is the conversion of a function formula. Certain references in an .xlsb file were replaced with another function.
Steps to reproduce:
1. Create a new spreadsheet with Microsoft Excel 2010/2013/2016
2. Insert a three columns table to the spreadsheet.
3. Insert a letter to the first column (Column1) and insert numbers to the second column (Column2) from the first row of the table to the 10000th row at least. (just to see the import of time difference)
4. Insert this function “=IF(A4="";"";IF(COUNTIF(Táblázat1[Oszlop2];B4)>1;"dupla!";"OK"))” to the third column (Column3) from the first row of the table to the 10000th row at least.
5. Save the file as *.XLSX and save as an *.XLSB file with Microsoft Excel.
6. First, open the *.XLSX file with LibreOffice Calc. (it will be opened very fast and the function remains unchanged)
7. Second, open the *.XLSB file with LibreOffice Calc. (it will be opened much more slower than the *.XLSX file and the function changed)
After we opened the *.XLSB file the function looked like this: “=IF(A21="";"";IF(COUNTIF(OFFSET(Táblázat1;1;1;ROWS(Táblázat1)-1;1);B21)>1;"dupla!";"OK"))”. The “Táblázat1[Oszlop2]” reference was replaced with “OFFSET(Táblázat1;1;1;ROWS(Táblázat1)-1;1)”. Because of this the file opened much more slower than an *.XLSX file.
We met an *.XLSB file which contains much more data (25000 Kb) than the example file. Because of this problem LibreOffice Calc 220.127.116.11 could not open that file and soffice.exe/soffice.bin was frozen.
If we open the *.XLSB file with LibreOffice Calc and save as *.XLSX (because in the LibreOffice Calc we cannot save as *.XLSB), the modified formula was saved of course. And we open it with Microsoft Excel we got a #NAME? error message in the cells.
The function formula should not be modified after we import an *.XLSB file (because of the loading time). In the *.XLSX file the function formula was not modified.
Build ID: c678dc5309741097d9b0265f03dd279a8794d256
CPU threads: 4; OS: Windows 6.1; UI render: default;
TinderBox: Win-x86@42, Branch:libreoffice-6-0, Time: 2017-12-28_04:21:33
Locale: hu-HU (hu_HU); Calc: group
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The same example as xslx from Excel 2013
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The example file opened in Excel and Calc
Sorry for the Hungarian function names.
In Excel, HA = IF, DARABTELI = COUNTIF.
In Calc, HA = IF, DARABTELI = COUNTIF, ELTOLÁS = OFFSET, SOROK = ROWS.
The latter two were not present in Excel.
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The example XLSX file saved by LO 6. No change here.
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The example XLSB file saved by LO 6 as XLSX. Formula has changed.
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The exported XLSX opened in Excel and LO with #NAME error in Excel
Assuming this is confirmed by the Hungarian team -> NEW
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still repro in
Версия: 18.104.22.168.alpha0+ (x64)
ID сборки: 32dcf3f0fdafcf44457842a8aa4f54d30d856ca9
Потоков ЦП: 4; ОС:Windows 10.0 Build 17763; Отрисовка ИП: GL; VCL: win;
Локаль: ru-RU (ru_RU); Язык интерфейса: ru-RU
It took over 10 sec for XLSB and only 2 sec for XLSX
Julien, can you create your nice flamegraph for this case?
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Here's a Flamegraph retrieved on pc Debian x86-64 with master sources updated today + enable-symbols
Noel, possibly you'll can look at it? Thanks
This is not a perf issue, this is some kind of document import/conversion fidelity issue