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How to use Java to build an organization chart.

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I have a task that I need to develop a java program used to build an organization chart. What the java program needs to do is to extract the data from the database via JDBC connection and then to build a chart. I have completly no idea how to do. Have anyone got any idea how to do? Please give me some idea.

Giving me some sample codes are greatly appricated.
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>>I need to develop a java program used to build an organization chart
what type of chart you are looking for? can you explain your requirement.
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Does this help at all: http://www.jgraph.com/
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If u are willing to spend some amount then there are many other options.
Are u looking for just free tools or even paid?
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