Obba: A Java Object Handler for OpenOffice

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  1. Obba: A Java Object Handler for OpenOffice (2 messages)

    Obba allows to access Java code by simple spreadsheet functions, i.e., create objects, invoke methods and fetch results. You do not need to write any glue code for your Java library. In Version 1.6 a new OpenOffice plugin is available, implementing the same API as "Obba for Excel". This allows to migrate Excel sheets which rely on an external Java library via "Obba for Excel" to OpenOffice and thus to many different platforms (like Mac OS X or Linux). For more information see the Obba homepage.

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