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From "Andrew C. Oliver" <acoli...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Excel generator
Date Wed, 24 Jul 2002 14:44:26 GMT
Manos Batsis wrote:

>>From: Andrew C. Oliver [mailto:acoliver@apache.org] 
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>>>Although I don't like dealing with M$ stuff, a nice idea is utilizing
>>>the office 2002 XML formats, specifically the one of Excel.
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>>Explain the advantage?  This is what I brought up, so far its 
>>unanimous 
>>the other direction.  Why would you prefer this over an XSLT 
>>page that 
>>accomplishes the same thing?
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>I'm not sure we understand each other here.
>What I had in mind is removing the work needed to produce XML from Excel
>files and just use the XML output abilities of the application.
>One can use that XML directly with the Excel application or use XSLT to
>produce a web-based interface. 
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Okay.  So do that.  That doesn't have much to do with the HSSF 
Serializer/Generator does it?

>Not sure what the argument here is.
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>Manos
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