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  • April 16, 2014

Swedish Economy Modeling on the NetBeans Platform

Geertjan Wielenga
Product Manager

WamSys AB, located in Gothenburg, Sweden, focuses on developing products with Oracle DB and the NetBeans Platform.

In particular, the NetBeans Platform is used as the basis of their Mozart Platform, which provides generic modules for custom Swing components, including a table component with support for grouping, "frozen" rows and columns, and built-in aggregates.

Furthermore, the Mozart Platform facilitates the building of products on top of it. For example, it has its own widget framework, providing a customizable start page comparable to a web portal, while the Options window manages look & feel properties, such as support for switching to the JTattoo look and feel.

Here you can see a YouTube clip of the Mozart table component:


And here is a YouTube clip of the Mozart dashboard:


One of the products based on the Mozart Platform is Mozart Economy, a fully
customizable billing system able to calculate fees based on
complex conditions and provide data for invoicing. The system is used
by Swedish schools for calculation of fees paid in preschool, where many different factors affect the price, such as the
child's age, family income, and number of hours at school. The
module corrects invoices over any period back in time with
respect to changed conditions over time.

Another part of the solution is Mozart Statistics, which retrieves data from a
database and creates statistical reports in Microsoft Excel, using the Apache
POI library.  This enables customers to get powerful
statistical reports with pivot tables and various type of charts.

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