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Exporting using OpenOffice spreadsheet format

 
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Is it possible to export a table in an open office spreadsheet format?

Thanks in advance!
 
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I don't what kind of format is used by open office, however i know that it can open windows excell files .. and you can use Jasper Reports to generate excell files and many other formats if you interested try searching for jasper reports and iReport

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Omar,

No actually, I do not want to use .xls format. even though Open Office opens .xls files. Thanks for replying though

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Vivek
 
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Hi, surfing around i found this project that could help you a lot here is the link

http://wiki.services.openoffice.org/wiki/Documentation/DevGuide/Spreadsheets/Working_With_Spreadsheet_Documents

hope it will help you ;)


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Instead of the obsolete OpenOffice formats, I'd advise to go with ODF instead. There is a Java library for it (ODFDOM), but ODF is just zipped XML files. It may be easier to create those directly than to use an API; depends on how complex your requirements are.
 
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