I could suggest taking a look at oood from erp5 project

http://www.erp5.org/HowToUseOood


it needs a little tweaking to work with calc files, but nothing impossible...

and it seems even stable...

Regards
Marco

On Tue, May 5, 2009 at 3:30 PM, Thomas Bennett <bennet...@appstate.edu> wrote:
> I don't know if there is a reason not to use this but no one has mentioned
> PyUNO.
>
> http://wiki.services.openoffice.org/wiki/Python
>
> >From that page:
> "OpenOffice.org ships with a python scripting language, version 2.3.4. This
> Python distribution comes with the Uno module which connects the UNO API with
> the python scripting language."
>
> I'm thinking it should allow you to read from a spreadsheet and then you would
> have to format output as you want.
>
> There are a lot of other links related to pyuno, I notice one is a tutorial.
>
> http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=openoffice+3+python&btnG=Search
>
> and if you add 'calc' to the search you can narrow down the  search and find
> things like
>
> "OpenOffice.org Utility Library, or ooolib in short, is actually more than one
> library module. Included are a Python module (ooolib-python) and a Perl module
> (ooolib-perl).
>
> The Python module is currently focused on Calc and can be used to create
> OpenDocument Format Calc spreadsheets."
>
>
>
>
>
> Thomas
>
>
>
>
> On Monday 04 May 2009 17:07:28 Krishnakant wrote:
>> hello all,
>> I am right now browsing through the grok tutorial and found it to be
>> really amaising.
>>
>> I had been confused a few days regarding how I can put my application
>> into zope.  Thanks to all you who patiently answered my queries.
>>
>> Now I am wondering whether there is a product which can generate
>> spreadsheet like output for some typicle data such as balance sheets or
>> ledgers (with cell merging capability)?
>>
>> I would also like to know if there is some way I am make grok integrate
>> open office in a way that I can generate open office spreadsheets and
>> send it to a browser or open it in some way?
>>
>> I know there is a python library called odfpy which can fill up
>> spreadsheets with data, but I don't know whether similar things are
>> possible with zope.
>>
>> I have searched but did not find some thing like this.
>>
>> so is any thing of the above possible?
>>
>> happy hacking.
>> Krishnakant.
>>
>>
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