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Chart/Graph Library compatible with JSP/Servlet

 
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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.
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I like to recommend cewolf (of which, in the interest of full disclosure, I'm the project lead).
 
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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.
 
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