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java code for creating a new worksheet in microsoft excel when the current worksheet exceeds the capacity

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I am working on a product in java whereby a xml is parsed and converted to a microsoft excell sheet.The data is parsing properly  in the code where I am working .The data parsed is converted into an internal format and from that the data is converted to excel sheet.

I need java code to implement the functionality such that a new worksheet should be created in excel when the capacity of the current excel is exceeded
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Hi Litu,

I would humbly submit that this isn't a Java question, but an Excel/Office automation question. If I were you, I'd go ask in the Excel forum.

At any rate, you probably know already that Java (J2SE 6.0) contains not one iota of Excel, or even MS Office, specific knowledge or supporting APIs.

This one is on us!
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Try using JExcelApi or there are some Jakarta tools

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