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sudheer kiran
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Joined: Jun 26, 2008
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i need to create a doc file from the given data.what is the best tool/jar available.
i have checked jasper reports,but it seems there's no support for creating .doc files and occurs some exceptions.

please suggest me.


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Apache POI can create doc/docx files. It'll probably be easier to create RTF files, though, which all word processors can read just fine.


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Shahzad Latif
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You may use Aspose.Words for Java to create Doc files from your data. This is a normal Jar file which can be used in any type of Java applications. The API is very simple and easy to learn and implement. The component also provides complete documentation.

Moreover, I would like to share that if you want to convert Jasper Reports to DOC then there is a different component named Aspose.Words for JasperReports. You may try any of these two components depending upon your needs.


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I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
 
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