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Need to use ActiveX components in my Java Application...

 
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Hi All,
I need to create activex component that use data from MS Xecel files then use it in my java appl.
I have heard of a activeX-javabeans bridge..
I want to read data from a lot of excel files somewhere around 2000 files & then display some random records from thme in my java app
help will be appreciated
 
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Hello,
I don't know if you found information already but there is a similar thread. It covers both directions of conversion (JavaBean to ActiveX and ActiveX to JavaBean) with two different links.
http://www.javaranch.com/ubb/Forum34/HTML/000405.html
Its disappointing when no-one responds to your questions but chances are no-one who read it knew how to help. I found this thread and the one linked above by searching the whole db of messages for "JavaBean to ActiveX Bridge".
Please don't stop posting with questions and advice.
I hope this helps.
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