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help regarding creating charts in excel from java code using any private APIs:

 
mohan rajv
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is it possible to create charts in excel file from java code?
if possible, wat are the jar files i have to import and anyone have the sample code for tat?
thanks in advance..
 
Mikko Kohtamäki
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Well, perhaps it is through some unknown 3rd party library. I'd say Google will help you out more in this case then we can.

If such a library exists, expect it to be non-free though.
 
Ulf Dittmer
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OpenOffice has a server mode in which it can be driven through a Java API. That should make it possible to create spreadsheets that contain charts, and save them as Excel files. The OO API has a steep learning curve, though.
 
mohan rajv
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what is mean by openoffice server mode?
could you please explain about that in detail..






OpenOffice has a server mode in which it can be driven through a Java API. That should make it possible to create spreadsheets that contain charts, and save them as Excel files. The OO API has a steep learning curve, though
 
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In server mode OO runs as a background process with no GUI, and can be used over the network through an API. See here for some hints on how that might work.
 
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