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Hello everyone,

I need to create tables and graphs in java.

Basically have couple of text areas with some input (in this case... columns from an oracle database) then click a button.... and create a table or a graph (depending on the button).

Are there some good packages I can use?

Help please.
Thanks,
Rick
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Many open source ones here:

http://java-source.net/open-source/charting-and-reporting

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I've downloaded a couple from

http://java-source.net/open-source/charting-and-reporting

But have no idea where to start. They are all in zip files. Do I need to extract them somewhere?

I am using Eclispe.

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Yes you will need do. Which one did you extract? For Eclipse, you might need to use a plugin too.
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One of the free packages I got was ( jfreechart-1.0.4 ). I need a step by step guide to get it up and running with Eclipse.
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