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Chart/Graph Library compatible with JSP/Servlet

 
Vazzdoin Rocko
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Hello,
i am working on a JSP,Servlet based web site and i want some chart library through which i can show some live monitoring information,from the values fetched from databas, using line graphs. Please help me by suggesting some Linux based Java(JSP,Servlet) graph library( Paid/Free ) which should be agile,easy to use and with as less dependencies as possible.
Thanks.
 
Ulf Dittmer
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I like to recommend cewolf (of which, in the interest of full disclosure, I'm the project lead).
 
Nicolai Nhaiquaidep
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thank very much
 
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Not to diss cewolf (which is a fine product), charting is increasingly moving to the client, which allows for a great deal of interactively that's more lightweight than relying on the server for charts.

You might also want to consider JavaScript charting packages such as HighCharts.com.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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