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Hi,
My requirement is, I want to create multiple sheets in an Excel Workbook. Each sheet should contain date wise data.
Very URGENT!!!
Thanks
Amit Lonkar
 
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Hi,
I wouldn't know, how to do this with Java. Remember Java is OS independent and Excel is WIN only.
I think in this case, you should do your work with Visual C++. If this works, you can write a JNI method to invoke your worker method.
If you are not familiar wit Visual C++, forget it.
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Rene
 
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Originally posted by Amit Lonkar:
Hi,
My requirement is, I want to create multiple sheets in an Excel Workbook. Each sheet should contain date wise data.
Very URGENT!!!
Thanks
Amit Lonkar


Check out POI from Apache. They have APIs to access and modify Excel documents.
[ May 13, 2002: Message edited by: Naveen Kuppili ]
 
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The best I have seen:
http://danadler.com/jacob/
Cheers,
Raj
 
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Originally posted by raj madhuram:
The best I have seen:
http://danadler.com/jacob/


Be careful with this one if you are not plan to use Microsoft Legacy VJ++.
Stick with POI
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[ May 13, 2002: Message edited by: Roseanne Zhang ]
 
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