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JEXCEL to JSP

 
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I am trying to send output to the JSP by using the JEXCEL technique
but i am not able to do it please help

I wrote the following code and after that what do i need to do in the JSP to view this excel sheet

is it the right way i am creating the workbook
that is is it the right parameter that i am passing in the createworkbook method

please help
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If this is part of a JSP, then you need to convert that into a servlet; JSPs can't stream binary content (like XLS files). The "Simple Stream" example in http://faq.javaranch.com/java/CodeBarnServlets shows how to stream binary content from a servlet to the browser.
 
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