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Generate Excel sheet and populate data in new IE browser

 
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Hi,
I am doing a struts application which has to generate an excel sheet in IE browser. I have a result set data in form bean. I need to populate this data into an excel sheet which is to be displayed into the new IE browser. Suggest me to do it in an efficeint way. If you have any working examples please send it across.

My mail id narendrababu.p@gmail.com

Thanks & Regards,
Naren.
 
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There are a number of ways to work with Excel files in Java, There's the Apache Jakarta POI library, for example, and other libraries are also available.

Use Google to search for "java excel api".
 
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I have used csv files, if you only need to populate data and need no funcitionality of excel its a easy way.
 
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