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From Fernando Cassia <>
Subject Re: Need to integrate OpenOffice writer in java project
Date Fri, 13 Mar 2015 10:51:27 GMT
On Fri, Mar 13, 2015 at 6:23 AM, Sharoon D. Dcunha <> wrote:

> This is Sharoon from Laurus Infosystems Bangalore, India. I am glad to
> know that your derivatives like StarOffice are being integrated to certain
> products and solutions

StarOffice no longer exists. A byproduct of the Libreoffice fork was Oracle
laying off the OpenOffice devs which worked on the commercial product (by
then renamed "Oracle Open Office" (sans the .org)


> . I have few queries which you probably can resolve:
> I need an inline editor to be integrated to my java J2EE project  that can
> edit word and excel documents online and save it without being downloaded.
> Are there any utilities like API's or jars that you provide to integrate ?
> and now AOO is written in C, not Java.

> Are there any dependencies while using it(framework or database wise)?

Look, for your work you are better off looking at
which is Java based

Is it open source or paid software?
> Waiting for your reply .

To be blunt, for a software engineer you come across as very unreliable, if
you can't seem to do basic googling to see if the project you are asking
about is open source or not, or if it is written in java or C.

I for one would never hire you or the company you work for, seeing that you
were unable to check the AOO site or the wikipedia entry for AOO.

I say the above speaking only for myself and as a lurker on this list not
formally associated with the AOO dev team.


During times of Universal Deceit, telling the truth becomes a revolutionary
Durante épocas de Engaño Universal, decir la verdad se convierte en un Acto
- George Orwell

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