Java2Excel is a simple Java library to allow the creation of Excel files based on Java Collections. Each element of the collection goes in a row and the columns are based on the properties you define through an XML config file.
|Tags||Software Development Libraries Java Libraries|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: The "Too many different cell formats" error message in Excel was fixed. An id was added for properties. If not specified, it will continue to be the expression, as before. The setIncludeExtraLevel method was added to the BodyDtd interface. Maven 2.0 is now used. Maven 1.0 support should be considered deprecated. It will be maintained only for code dependencies, but the site will be generated using Maven 2.0 from now on.
Release Notes: The ognl evaluation has been moved from ExcelWriter to the implementations of PropertyDtd. This allows more flexibility to user implementations of PropertyDtd. There are two supplied implementations: PropertyDtdImpl implements a default ognl evaluation of the expression; and PropertyDtdStaticImpl is an implementation that returns a user defined object as a result of the evaluation (it does not actually uses ognl).
Release Notes: This release adds the ability to specify a name to the Excel sheet created with the method addReport in class ar.com.epere4.java2excel.excelWriter.ExcelWriter.
Release Notes: This was a major upgrade and many things were changed. This version is not backwards compatible. It is now possible to make Excel files out of Java Collections without even suppling an XML configuration file by getting properties through reflection. You can combine both methods and use the XML file to configure only those Excel columns that reflection can't get automatially and let the library guess the rest of them. There was a major refactoring done in the DTD.
Release Notes: This is the first release. It does not have much documentation or functionality. It allows you to generate an Excel file using a fairly inflexible XML file and a java.util.Collection.