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From "Andrew C. Oliver" <acoli...@apache.org>
Subject Re: quick question
Date Wed, 09 Jul 2003 14:44:15 GMT
On 7/8/03 9:29 AM, "Singh, Arshi (Indsys)" <Arshi.Singh@geind.ge.com> wrote:

> If i create an excel file using POI and place it on the server, then for
> others to view it, is it required that server have excel installed on it??
> The client wud obviously need Mircosoft Excel in order to view that xls
> file. Am i correct??
> 
> 
The server does not require Excel.  The client needs SOMETHING that reads
excel files obviously.  One solution is Excel, another gnumeric, OpenOffice
or our own "SheetViewer" in the "contrib" jar.   (Its an applet to view
Excel files)


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