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Hi,

Can anyone suggest which third party tool is easier to develop graphical reports.My timeline is very short so I ve to choose between applets or other 3rd party apis.

Thanks in advance,
Maha
 
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Take a look at this
 
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You beat me to it Deep. I was going to suggest JFreeChart as well.
I have just begun using it and it seems to do the job pretty well.
 
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Moving to the Other Java Products and Servers Forum.

This forum is for Servlets questions.

Thanks

Mark
 
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You beat me to it Deep. I was going to suggest JFreeChart as well.
I have just begun using it and it seems to do the job pretty well.

 
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There's also JasperReports on SourceForge.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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