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using jexcel api to populate a jtable in netbeans

using jexcel api to populate a jtable in netbeans

using jexcel api to populate a jtable in netbeans

(OP)
Does anyone have any expirience using jexcel api to populate a jTable with the data read from the spreadsheet using netbeans?

 

RE: using jexcel api to populate a jtable in netbeans

Use Apache POI, not jExcel, more complete, and actively developed, product.

RE: using jexcel api to populate a jtable in netbeans

(OP)

Thankyou for you assistance, I'll try Apache POI

RE: using jexcel api to populate a jtable in netbeans

Here you have an example

Cheers,
Dian

RE: using jexcel api to populate a jtable in netbeans

(OP)

Sorry can't open the example, explorer couldn't find page

RE: using jexcel api to populate a jtable in netbeans

Corrected link: http//www.javabeat.net/2007/10/apache-poi-reading-excel-sheet-using-java/all/1/

RE: using jexcel api to populate a jtable in netbeans

(OP)

I got it now, thankyou very much for your help, I'll try it out

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