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Using java to reproduce the solver function in Excel

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Is there a way to reproduce the functionality offered by the solver tool in excel such that if I wish to change 2 cells in a mysql database to in order set the target cell equal to 0.

Is this an objective function or something?

Please find attached excel as an example
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