Thanks Tim for answering back.
Well, to give some context, I'm working on a Java application. I was using
Apache POI, which are a set of libraries to work with MS Office file formats
as you kindly mention. I'm not using LibreOffice nor Apache Open Office at
this time. As I wrote on the previous email, I was using apache poi for
reading and writting to an Excel file, unfortunately, a .xlsx file with a
size of 27M, ate 5G of my memory when opening it, throwing an
OutOfMemoryError exception, so it didnt scale as required.
I saw the examples of libre office for openning an Excel file, and was
wondering what is required to create a java application that uses
LibreOffice UNO runtime for such a task. That is, use LibreOffice for
openning and manipulate Excel files from within a Java application (like in
the examples: http://api.libreoffice.org/examples/java/ToDo/ToDo.java).
To be clear, I'm not interested in using Apache POI, but LibreOffice for
completing my task. I hope I'm clear enough now.
Edwin F. López A.
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