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looking for free Reports tool for java

 
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Hi everybody!
If anyone can help me, I am looking for a free tool that can work as a Report tool.
I have the data in a Vector of Vector and I want 2 print the data.
Please give me some advises
Regards,
Gidone
 
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Hi Gidone,
Have you searched these Web sites:
http://sourceforge.net
http://www.jars.com
http://www.jroundup.com
http://javalobby.org
http://www.download.com
http://java.about.com
http://www.tucows.com
Or even a simple Internet search? For example:
http://www.yahoo.com
When I searched for "java reporting tool", I got 168,000 hits. Maybe one of them (at least) will be suitable?
Hope this helps.
Good Luck,
Avi.
 
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Hi Gidones,
If you are looking for something to simply show the data on screen you could use JTable or some other swing component, but if you are trying to print it out, then do a google search on JFreeReport, which might save you a lot of hardwork.
HTH
Ashish Hareet
 
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