How to display chart datatable in Java

EasyXLS Excel library can be used to export Excel files in Java. The library works with any Java SE application and without MS Excel installed.

Step 1: Download EasyXLS Excel Library for Java

To download the trial version of EasyXLS Excel Library, press the below button:

Download EasyXLS™ Excel Library for Java

If you already own a license key, you may login and download EasyXLS from your account.

Install the downloaded EasyXLS installer for v8.6 or earlier.

Step 2: License file setup

Step required for EasyXLS v9.0 or later.

If you are using a trial, generate a trial license file from EasyXLS trials page. The trial license is valid for 30-days.

If you own a license key, you may login to the account that purchased the license and generate the license file from:

Setup the license file into your project using these guidelines.

Step 3: Create a Java project

If don't have a project already, create a new Java project.

Step 4: Include EasyXLS library into project

EasyXLS.jar must be added to external libraries into your project for Eclipse or to your application CLASSPATH.

EasyXLS.jar can be found:
- Inside the downloaded archive at Step 1 for EasyXLS v9.0 or later
- Under installation path for EasyXLS v8.6 or earlier, in "Lib" folder.

Add EasyXLS library to CLASSPATH

Step 5: Run Java code that shows and formats chart datatable for Excel file

Execute the following Java code that formats the chart data table for an Excel file.

package testexceljava;

import java.awt.Color;
import EasyXLS.*;
import EasyXLS.Charts.*;
import EasyXLS.Constants.*;

/* --------------------------------------------------------
 | Tutorial 22
 | This tutorial shows how to create an Excel file in Java
 | with a chart and show and format the chart data table.
 * -------------------------------------------------------- */

public class Tutorial22 {
    public static void main(String[] args) {
        try {
            System.out.println("Tutorial 22");

            // Create an instance of the class that exports Excel files
            ExcelDocument workbook = new ExcelDocument();

            // Create a worksheet

            // Get the table of data for the worksheet
            ExcelTable xlsTable1 = ((ExcelWorksheet)workbook.easy_getSheet("SourceData")).easy_getExcelTable();

            // Add data in cells for report header
            xlsTable1.easy_getCell(0, 0).setValue("Show Date");
            xlsTable1.easy_getCell(0, 1).setValue("Available Places");
            xlsTable1.easy_getCell(0, 2).setValue("Available Tickets");
            xlsTable1.easy_getCell(0, 3).setValue("Sold Tickets");

            // Add data in cells for chart report values
            xlsTable1.easy_getCell(1, 0).setValue("03/13/2005 00:00:00");
            xlsTable1.easy_getCell(1, 0).setFormat(EasyXLS.Constants.Format.FORMAT_DATE);
            xlsTable1.easy_getCell(2, 0).setValue("03/14/2005 00:00:00");
            xlsTable1.easy_getCell(2, 0).setFormat(EasyXLS.Constants.Format.FORMAT_DATE);
            xlsTable1.easy_getCell(3, 0).setValue("03/15/2005 10:00:00");
            xlsTable1.easy_getCell(3, 0).setFormat(EasyXLS.Constants.Format.FORMAT_DATE);
            xlsTable1.easy_getCell(4, 0).setValue("03/16/2005 00:00:00");
            xlsTable1.easy_getCell(4, 0).setFormat(EasyXLS.Constants.Format.FORMAT_DATE);

            xlsTable1.easy_getCell(1, 1).setValue("10000");
            xlsTable1.easy_getCell(2, 1).setValue("5000");
            xlsTable1.easy_getCell(3, 1).setValue("8500");
            xlsTable1.easy_getCell(4, 1).setValue("1000");

            xlsTable1.easy_getCell(1, 2).setValue("8000");
            xlsTable1.easy_getCell(2, 2).setValue("4000");
            xlsTable1.easy_getCell(3, 2).setValue("6000");
            xlsTable1.easy_getCell(4, 2).setValue("1000");

            xlsTable1.easy_getCell(1, 3).setValue("920");
            xlsTable1.easy_getCell(2, 3).setValue("1005");
            xlsTable1.easy_getCell(3, 3).setValue("342");
            xlsTable1.easy_getCell(4, 3).setValue("967");

            // Set column widths
            // Add a chart sheet
            workbook.easy_addChart("Chart", "=SourceData!$A$1:$D$5", Chart.SERIES_IN_COLUMNS);

            // Get the previously added chart
            ExcelChart xlsChart = ((ExcelChartSheet)workbook.easy_getSheetAt(1)).easy_getExcelChart();

            // Hide chart legend

            // Show chart data table

            // Export Excel file
            System.out.println("Writing file: C:\\Samples\\Tutorial22 - Excel chart datatable.xlsx");
            workbook.easy_WriteXLSXFile("C:\\Samples\\Tutorial22 - Excel chart datatable.xlsx");

            // Confirm export of Excel file
            if (workbook.easy_getError().equals(""))
                System.out.println("File successfully created.");
                System.out.println("Error encountered: " + workbook.easy_getError());

            // Dispose memory
        catch (Exception ex) {

EasyXLS Excel libraries:

Excel Library for Java
full Java version to import, export or convert Excel files
Excel Writer for Java
Java version to create and export Excel files
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File formats:

MS Excel 97 - 2003
MS Excel 2007 - 2019
MS Excel 2021
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