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I have created report in jsp as html table format i want to export that html table data to excel sheet using JExcel ,
can any body help me out for this i m searching out for this by 4 days its urgent . if posiible can send me code.
thanks
 
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JExcel can't convert HTML. You'll need to write JExcel code that uses the same data you're using in the JSP page. That should be done in a servlet, though, since JSPs are not suitable for binary data.

An easier approach might be to use the DisplayTag library which can create HTML as well as other output formats like XLS, CSV and PDF.
 
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Ulf Dittmer wrote:JExcel can't convert HTML. You'll need to write JExcel code that uses the same data you're using in the JSP page. That should be done in a servlet, though, since JSPs are not suitable for binary data.

An easier approach might be to use the DisplayTag library which can create HTML as well as other output formats like XLS, CSV and PDF.



thanks but i m completly new for this can you please tell me How that will be used in application???
 
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