JPivot is a JSP custom tag library that renders an OLAP table and let users perform typical OLAP navigations like slice and dice, drill down and roll up. It uses Mondrian as its OLAP Server.
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The display tag library is an open source suite of custom tags that provide high level web presentation patterns which will work in an MVC model. The library provides a significant amount of functionality while still being simple and straight-forward to use.
The eXtremeComponents are a series of open source JSP custom tags that render advanced displays. The current component is called the eXtremeTable and is used to display data in a table format.
The eXtremeTable supports the following features:
Cewolf can be used inside a Servlet/JSP based web application to embed complex graphical charts of all kinds (e.g. line, pie, bar chart, plots, etc.) into a web page. Therefore it provides a full featured tag library to define all properties of the chart (colors, strokes, legend, etc.). Thus the JSP which embedds the chart is not polluted with any java code. Everything is described with XML conform tags.
MicroNova YUZU is a BSD-licensed JSP tag library designed to augment JSTL (JSP Standard Tag Library) using EL (Expression Language). YUZU is compatible with both JSP 1.2 and JSP 2.0 specifications (tomcat 4.x/5.x).
Features include: nestable/encodable map structure, "codec" functions (also useable as JSP 2.0 EL functions), structured parameters and "subroutine" call returning any (non-string) Object, embedded EL pattern evaluation for regular text and SQL query, HTTP client and response control, HTML-to-DOM parser, multipart email.
YUZU consists of the following tags: set, out, map, eval, param, call, include, log, postData, throw, synchronized, query, update, response, system, filter, parseHtml, mail.
All YUZU tags follow a simple common behavioral pattern (prepare/import/default/process/assign/export) for ease of learning and extension.
All gelocation is performed automatically, so plot by longitude/latitude, US or Intl address, or even IP...
Integrate with JSTL or scriptlets to create database driven, dynamic maps.
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