The Excel Services and Excel 2007 Windows Compute Cluster Server (CCS) 2003 Job Submission Sample Developer Guide demonstrates how you can increase the computational power and reliability of Microsoft Office Excel 2007 workbooks by using a high-performance computing (HPC) solution composed of Excel Services, Excel 2007, and Windows CCS 2003.
In This Section
- Performing a Parametric Sweep using the Job Submission Sample
Provides an introduction to the parametric sweep scenario and an architectural overview of the Excel Services and Excel 2007 Windows CCS 2003 Job Submission sample. This topic also summarizes the installation and configuration of a compute cluster, and the process of performing a parametric sweep using a compute cluster.
- Job Submission Task Pane Add-in
Learn about the custom Excel 2007 Job Submission task pane add-in, the prerequisites for using it, the types of calculation jobs you can perform and the steps involved, and the processes and calculation results collections.
- Job Submission Sample Download
Describes the Excel Services and Excel 2007 Windows Compute Cluster Server Job Submission sample download.
- Overview of Excel Calculation Services on Compute Cluster Server API
Learn about the Excel Calculation Services on Windows Compute Cluster Server (CCS) 2003 API for use on a server running Windows CCS 2003.
- Additional Resources
Provides a list of resources for more information about Excel Services and Windows CCS 2003.
- About the Authors
Lists the architect, program managers, product manager, and authors of the Excel Services and Excel 2007 Windows CCS 2003 Job Submission sample and this developer guide.
Contains the two primary classes within the Excel Calculation Services on Windows Compute Cluster Server (CCS) 2003 API: ExcelServiceJob and ExcelServiceWork. These classes orchestrate the execution of Excel Calculation Services on a compute cluster.
Contains classes related to security.
Contains classes related to scheduling tasks.
Contains the Excel Web Services API.