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JAVA to EXCEL / PDF

Posted on 2004-09-16
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Dear all,

  One more question ( Lots of questions today f(-_-;;;), could anybody kindly suggest classes/libraries for JAVA application to

    - Read/Write/Create MS Excel file? Most likely in a Linux environment, therefore no Office will be insteall
    - Create PDF file, sometime with passwords
    - Library to generate reports (such as Crystal Report)

  They ofcourse can come from 3 diffrent product, but better if each can under US$200 each...

  Thanks again for your helping.

Regs,
Bezier
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Apache POI will do Excel files
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Lowagie IText will do PDFs
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LOL
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double snap :D
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>> Library to generate reports (such as Crystal Report)
www.jfree.org
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for reports look at jfreereport and jasper
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both are free :-)

And Jasper Reports does reports

http://jasperreports.sourceforge.net/

and that's free as well :-)
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Eeeek!  Me and objects are sharing a single mind!!!

;-)
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That will be a split for sure ;°)
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Open Source PDF Libraries in Java: http://java-source.net/open-source/pdf-libraries
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But basically the examples given earlier are the most used/popular ;-)
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Understood, thanks all for helping :-)
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Thanks for accepting.

P.S. Strange split ;°)
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