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Charting with struts

 
Anders Archibald
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Can anyone recommend a decent tool for producing charts using struts? I've had a quick look at Cewolf, are there any better alternatives?
 
Marc Peabody
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I don't think this is Struts-specific, but Cewolf is the only taglib I know of to handle what it does.
 
omkar patkar
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hi !

i think You can try iReports....it is like Crystal Reports !
 
Dom Lassy
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Jfreechart with CEWolf is a good free option - especially if the emphasis is on the data, not the way it looks.

ChartDirector is not free but works really well and makes it easier to make the charts look "pretty", in my opinion (www.advsofteng.com).
 
Meera Godse
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Try using JFreeCharts. Its free and the chart quality is decent. Go through their sample examples and play around with them. You will get the hang of it.
 
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