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hi all,


i want to use a third party tool for drawing graphs based on the data present in the databse.So can any one tell me how to add this third party tool to my jsp page and use it.

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What is this third party tool? An Applet? An image generation package?
 
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yes the third party tool is image generation tool.
 
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I would hope the third party would ship some documentation with their product.
If not, look for another product.

Generally, you put the libraries where your app can find them (WEB-INF/lib),
import the the classes you need, and call their methods and properties.

Beyond that, we can't to be much help to you.
[ June 22, 2005: Message edited by: Ben Souther ]
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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