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KDCalc compiles MS Excel spreadsheets into fast, lightweight, scalable calculation engines for J2EE, J2SE.
KDCalc lets you use Microsoft Excel� to build custom enterprise business applications faster than you ever thought possible. At the touch of a button, KDCalc converts MS Excel� spreadsheets into enterprise business applications that run scalably and securely without Excel.
With KDCalc you design, build, and test complex logic in MS Excel and then execute it scalably and securely in server or client environments.
simply pass input data into the KDCalc Engine and pull out the recalculated results programmatically. The input data can come from any source, including interactive web pages, live data streams, and enterprise databases. The results can similarly be sent to any target.
Banks, insurance companies, and businesses all over the world use KDCalc in high-volume, mission-critical applications such as:
- Insurance Underwriting and Quoting
- Mortgage Underwriting and Pricing
- Dynamic pricing in web retailing based on inventory levels, aging, and order history
- Business Rules and Optimization algorithms
- Real-time analytics and live information models
- Batch account calculations for financial systems
- Annuity payout calculations
- Shipping and Sales tax calculations for on-line retail sites
- �Calculators� for deployment to PDAs, mobile systems, web browsers
Building enterprise applications with KDCalc has many advantages:
- It is 20X-50X more efficient to develop complex business logic in Excel than hand-coding in Java.
- Application behavior is verified in Excel before ever writing a line of code, saving time and money.
- It is much easier for new team members to become familiar with business logic in Excel than in a coded application.
- Business logic is still maintained in Excel. Just make your changes and press the KDCalc Parser button to deploy your new application.
- Excel is used at design time but is not needed at runtime
The KDCalc Engine can provide the core business logic in any Java application, such as Web Services, EJBs, JSPs, Servlets, etc.
KDCalc has no learning curve and instantly and dramatically improves development speed.
The KDCalc Parser plug-in compiles your Excel workbooks into secure, scalable, thread-safe code:
- Installs right into the Excel toolbar for 1-Click access
- Lets you use Excel to build, test, and maintain enterprise application logic.
- Gives you complete control over what goes into your application
The KDCalc Engine provides secure, scalable, programmatic access to your business logic in any Java application:
- Scales well beyond the capacity of Excel on a server
- Great for Web Services, JSP, applets and applications. Even works with Macromedia Flash
- Supports over 200 of Excel's functions
- Scalable enough for high-volume server apps
- Light enough to fit on a web page
- KDCalc Java Engine is under 100KB
- Intuitve programming interface: 'setCellValue()' to pass input data into cells and 'getCellValue()' to pull recalculated results from formula cells.
- Programming interface supports communication by specifiying Row and Column, or also by specifying named cells.
KDCalc also supports a 'processXML()' API feature. At runtime you can process an XML document. With a single function call to processXML() you can:
- Pass multiple input values into multiple cells in the compiled spreadsheet,
- Recalculate, and
- Retrieve multiple result values from multiple cells in the compiled spreadsheet
Cell formulas are protected at runtime and cannot be viewed or changed.
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