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    rai
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    Default How to develop pivot table in java?

    Hi,
    I am developing a tool that is to replace a rather large Excel Workbook and I am trying to minimise the development effort. In order to do so - I am looking for Java Components that do similar things to what excel does.

    The primary functionality that I am looking to implement is the following:

    a) A table that can be easily exported to Excel
    b) Provides the Pivot Table functionality (as in Excel)
    c) Provides the general table functionality like - filtering, sorting, copy & paste
    d) Is something that has a real professional look and the look & feel can be customised.

    Further info: I am developing in Java and using NetBeans as the IDE.

    Any ideas?

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    I've never used OpenOffice, but I believe it has a Java API.

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