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why ApachPOI is more better javaexcel API?

 
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Hi i know it Apach POI is more better java Excel API on my little knowledege.
Can any one explain more detail Why apach POI more better ?
Actually all major difference represent by practical view since i have to give practical demo which prove that apach poi is more better ..
just like apach poi provide resize excel functionality but jexcel APi not...
 
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please any one reply it's urgent.....
 
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It's a bit strange that you should ask why POI is better, since you already seem to have made up your mind that it is.

Whether it is better for you to use depends on your requirements, about which we know nothing.

I'd try POI before jExcelApi because it evolves faster than jExcelApi (which seems to have stalled, for the most part). POI also supports the Office XML file formats in addition to the binary file formats; jExcelApi shows no sign of supporting those. And once you understand the XLS part of POI it's easy to get used to its DOC and PPT capabilities (which is something you may not need, but which jExcelApi will never have).
 
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