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Database output results to Excel

 
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I checked all topics but could not find how to output database results to Excel. My SQL/stored procedures get database results from Oracle Database and I need to output data to Excel spreadsheet with cutomized formatting in spreadsheet. I am interested in mainly creating a Java application and not servlet/JSPs. Any help on this ?
 
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Angela,
If you don't need formatting, you can create a comma delimitted file and import it into Excel. If you need formatting, look into a framework like poi/hssf
 
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Originally posted by Angela Koda:
I checked all topics but could not find how to output database results to Excel. My SQL/stored procedures get database results from Oracle Database and I need to output data to Excel spreadsheet with cutomized formatting in spreadsheet. I am interested in mainly creating a Java application and not servlet/JSPs. Any help on this ?


are you show the results now in Jsp page? If so then save the same file in different name and change the content type to ms-excel and open it on click of a button it will open in excel with same format as what u see in browser!!!
 
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