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Which one should i use for a better performance generating reports Jasper Report or jXLS?

 
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In my work we are using jasper reports since a while. But we have been going through some performance issues because of using jasper to generate some reports. So, i was wondering if change those reports to jxls, i'll improve the performance.
 
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This is more of a Framework question than a Performance question. I'll link this topic to the Application Frameworks forums
 
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