Frequently asked questions
What is the Java Excel Connector ?
The Java Excel Connector (JEC) is a Java library allowing your application to access MS Excel. The library allows Java developers to read, create or modify Excel documents. The library handles Excel workbooks, worksheets, cells and charts.
The Java Excel Connector will bring new essential features to your product and will enhance your users' experience.
Which Java and Excel versions are supported ?
The connector is compatible with Excel versions 2002, 2003, XP, 2007, 2010 and 2013. Java version 1.4 or later is required.
What are the limitations of the evaluation version ?
This version helps you to evaluate the product's functionalities and ensure it suits your requirements. You're not authorized to use it for any other purposes. Once the evaluation done, you're required to purchase licenses
for each developer using this product.
Also, the evaluation version is limited to 60-days use and displays a purchase reminder dialog box at startup.
How do I get upgrades of the software ?
Upgrades are free of charge when released during the support period. If your support period has expired, you can purchase a support package
which entitles you to support and free upgrades for 1 year.
What is included in the purchased version package ?
The purchased package is very similar to the evaluation version package. You can download and try the evaluation version
before making a purchase. The bought version doesn't display a purchase reminder dialog box at startup.
Is there more detailed documentation for such or such method ?
The Java Excel Connector is mainly a Java wrapper around Microsoft's Excel Object Model API. Please refer to Microsoft's documentation for specific details about the methods:
Also, don't hesitate to contact our technical support team
for more information.
How does the Java Excel Connector work ?
The Java Excel Connector uses COM (Component Object Model) and Excel Object Model technologies to access the Excel application.