Java Charts enables you to create various types of charts (using JFreeChart) and display them on your XPage. It also provides you with ability to export these charts to PDF file (using iText). Java Charts itself is being used in Andrew Luder's OpenNTF project "DominoDefrag".

 

Latest release - v1.3   What's NEW in Java Charts

 

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Key features:

 

1. Java Charts v1.1 is available under LGPL3 so that you can use it in your proprietary applications

2. Render charts as image so that you save them on your PC or put them in your Document/ Presentation

3. You can include the date/time on which the chart was generated for reference

4. Export the charts to PDF files for archiving


    1. Java Charts v1.1 and above is available under <strong><a href="http://www.gnu.org/licenses/lgpl.html" target="_blank">LGPL3</a></strong> so that you can use it in your proprietary applications</div>

    2. Render charts as image so that you <strong>save them on your PC</strong> or <strong>put them in your Document/ Presentation</strong></div>

    3. You can include the date/time on which the chart was generated for reference</div>

    4. <strong>Export the charts to PDF</strong> files for archiving.</div>

    5. As the charts are rendered as images, <strong>it works on all browsers &amp; across all versions</strong>.</div>

 

Following types of charts are available:

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1. Pie 4. Gantt 7. Bar 3D 10. Line 3D 13. Waterfall
2. Pie 3D 5. Area 8. Bar Layered 11. Stacked Area 14. Histogram
3. Ring 6. Bar 9. Line 12. Stacked Bar 15. Scatter