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Greenhorn
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Hello all

I have developed a web based aaplication and in that application i have created some report in jsp..now i want to export the reports from JSP into excel sheet.
Can any one tell me how to do it.

Thanks in Advance
 
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The standard way of generating Excel files are libraries like Apache POI or jExcelApi. That's something you'd do in a servlet, though, not in a JSP.
 
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Hi, Abhishek.
In my opinion, you can have a try of RAQ Report. With it, you can make report easily and then export it to Excel. The only thing you need to do is selecting desired function in the menu.
An example is shown below:


I wish this would be helpful.
Regerds,
Behrman.
 
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