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  2. is any one help to display  chart in metro style,it would be great if sample provide.

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  4. Hello, the support website contains the latest released service pack. However, this fix was included in a special hotfix we created last week. In order to get this hotfix, please contact tech support at http://www.mysoftwarefx.com/support using a current support subscription. If your subscription is expired, you can renew it by contacting sales at softwarefx dot com. IG SFX
  5. Thank you Juan, is there a link we can access to view the release notes for that build? Also, the latest builds we can see appear to be version 7.0.4962 on the Software FX website; but having said that, it looks like our subscription has expired so could that be the reason?
  6. Yes, I was referring to the latest ChartFX 7 build. Any build marked 7.0.6305 or later should include the fix. Regards, JuanC
  7. Thank you for the update Juan, that is very good news indeed! Just to confirm, when you say the latest build, are you referring to the latest Chart FX 7 build? In any case I will download the latest build of Chart FX 7 and give it a go. Thanks again.
  8. We were failing to dispose a child control, this has been fixed on our latest build, note that this control AFAIK would still be properly disposed in the next GC but clearly if you run multiple Reset calls in a tight loop it might cause some problems. Regards, JuanC
  9. Yes, that is correct. In this 'rendering loop' we recycle our control for performance reasons before rendering the next item on the list. So we need to reset the chart to the original state before continuing. In our 'loop' we call a Render method - and I have wrapped this call with a call to GetGuiResources through pinvoke. like so: Debug.WriteLine(string.Format("User Handle count before Render: {0}", GetUserObjectCount().ToString())); renderer.Render(this, control, this.resultStream); Debug.WriteLine(string.Format("User Handle count after Render: {0}", GetUserObjectCount().ToString())); where GetUserObjectCount is defined as such: private int GetUserObjectCount() { return Convert.ToInt32(GetGuiResources(Process.GetCurrentProcess().Handle, GR_USEROBJECTS)); } private const uint GR_USEROBJECTS = 1; [DllImport("User32.dll")] static extern uint GetGuiResources(IntPtr hProcess, uint uiFlags); Here I can clearly see that the delta between before and after is 1 (increasing). Stepping through the 'Render' code reveal the increase in count specifically when calling: m_chart.Reset(); where m_chart is a WinForms.Chart object, and I can verify this further by wrapping this line with the same call to GetGuiResources. In fact, if I specifically remove the call to reset the chart above, then the leak disappears. However doing so affects our performance so we need to have the reset there.
  10. Please note that Chart.Reset is meant to be used if you have a "dirty" chart that you need to reset to its original state, e.g. a chart with data and several settings that you need to reset back. You mentioned you are doing this as part of the initialization process so I wonder why you are using Reset. The code for reset reinitializes the chart using our serialization process but does not show an obvious leak, can you clarify how are you detecting this leak? Regards, JuanC
  11. We have a form which hosts the Winforms.Chart control, and as part of its initialization process, we call Chart.Reset(). This call appears to leak a user handle object. This problem has become much more of an issue recently as we have a client with a process which renders n instances of the chart as part of a collection in a loop. As such the leak is much more noticeable, and the more instances to render, you would eventually get to a point where these resources have been exhausted and the only way to get past the issue is to restart the application. Has anyone seen this issue and/or know of it or have any suggestions? Any help or suggestions would be very much appreciated and thank you in advance. Note: we are using ChartFx.WinForms version 7.0.3306.26568.
  12. can any one suggest me,how to print chart file in wpf application

  13. We haven't tested Chart FX for Java 6.2 or Chart FX for Java 6.5 with Java version 8. It might work, but it has not been tested. We will recommend you to upgrade to Chart FX for Java 8.
  14. Hi. Is it possible to use ChartFX 6.2 with Java8? Regards
  15. Please read the following kb article about the JSF tag library documentation in Chart FX for Java 6.5 http://support.softwarefx.com/Chart_FX_for_Java_65/javaServerFaces
  16. We need more information to reproduce this issue. What version of Chart FX are you currently using? Is this a Web Forms or Win forms app? Having a repro-case is the most effective and fastest way to identify the cause of an issue . If you need to report an unexpected behavior, please include a small sample application or snippet and make sure it fulfills the following conditions: - The code must be narrowed down to the simplest reproducible test case. - External references and code not related to Chart FX must be removed. - It has to include only the lines reproducing the issue. Other code not related to the problem must be removed. - The sample must compile. This means we should be able to run the sample without getting any errors.
  17. Please contact our sales department (sales at softwarefx.com) to get more inputs about expired subscriptions.
  18. We have the same problem on our build machines. The subscription expiration notice stops our automatic nightly build. It has already started 60 days before the subscription expires. Does anyone know a solution to this problem? Do we really need to use a tool, clicking the Close-button automatically every time when the message appers?
  19. Hi, I am facing same issue when I minimize my screen. Pie chart is working fine when my screen is in maximize mode . All the parameters are clickable. But , when I minimize my screen and view my parameters in bottom like I have shown in attachments, it gives out of memory exception. Do you get any fix for the issue you have reported? Thanks
  20. hey i have putted scale code on chart but its not working when data gets changed or when data added on chart all the data gets scale at one side, i am creating realtime chart have given buffersize chart1.RealTime.BufferSize = 10; but after 10 data on axisx all the new data gets scale and continue get shifted one side. i dont want to scale axisx data it should look static and realtime data should not scale all the data at one side. i am attaching a screenshot of the data gets scale to one side it will be grateful if u will Support. Thanx.
  21. We are sorry for the inconveniences. If this issue appeared after installing/reinstalling the product, please read this kb article on howto troubleshoot server installation issues: http://support.softwarefx.com/Chart_FX_7/article/2501002#!7621036 To discard active client issues, please make sure to set the chart rendering method as an image. If you are using PSS, please read the following kb articles on how to troubleshoot PSS issues: http://support.softwarefx.com/Chart_FX_7/article/2501002#!7622021 http://support.softwarefx.com/Chart_FX_7/article/2501002#!7621013 If none of the above helped to fix the issue, then we are going to need a repro case: a simple web page rendering a single chart (do not pass any data to the chart) and also please send us the full rendered html of the problematic page. Let us know about your findings.
  22. As the title says, is there any support for Java Server Faces ? if so what tags do i use. Regards
  23. Dear ! I have a chartfx on page, my code working good. but chart not show when i running. Please help me to solve this problem. I'm using ChartFX 7. Thank you so much!
  24. Hi, I'm trying to set prevent collision to be true in the code when generating the line chart, but I can't find the property that this is associated with. I know I have the option to right click on the chart and check "prevent collision" in all series, but I need to apply it as a 'default' setting.
  25. Hi, Is it possible to turn off the subscription expiration notice that showing up since march 2014? It seem to popup on each few compile build of my solution. When working remotely, visual studio is stuck for 1-2 min before the message appear. Thanks, Hai
  26. I'm experiencing the following OutOfMemoryException when resizing my Pie chart. ************** Exception Text ************** System.OutOfMemoryException: Out of memory. at System.Drawing.Graphics.DrawArc(Pen pen, Single x, Single y, Single width, Single height, Single startAngle, Single sweepAngle) at SoftwareFX.ChartFX.Base.GraphicsEx.DrawArc(Pen pen, Int32 x, Int32 y, Int32 w, Int32 h, Double dStartAngle, Double dSweepAngle) at SoftwareFX.ChartFX.0T.GL(IGraphicsEx 1IM, Rectangle& 1IN, Double 1IO, Double 1IP, Pen 1IQ, Brush 1IR, Flag3D 1IS, Rectangle& 1IT) at SoftwareFX.ChartFX.0T.PieSlice(IGraphicsEx gx, Rectangle& r, Double dStartAngle, Double dSweepAngle, Brush brush, Pen pen, Flag3D flag3D, Int32 nThick, Rectangle& rHole, Boolean bSides, Boolean b2DShadows) at SoftwareFX.ChartFX.GalleryObj.Pie.2A(Int32 0M1, PaintMarkBase 0M2, Int32& 0M3, Int32& 0M4) at SoftwareFX.ChartFX.10.HW(IGraphicsEx 1M0, LabelList 1M1) at SoftwareFX.ChartFX.Chart.DL(10 1AX, IGraphicsEx 1AY, Rectangle& 1AZ, Int32& 1B0) at SoftwareFX.ChartFX.Chart.DK(PaintBar 1AU, IGraphicsEx 1AV, Rectangle& 1AW) at SoftwareFX.ChartFX.0Q.OnPaint(PaintEventArgs e) at System.Windows.Forms.Control.PaintWithErrorHandling(PaintEventArgs e, Int16 layer, Boolean disposeEventArgs) at System.Windows.Forms.Control.WmPaint(Message& m) at System.Windows.Forms.Control.WndProc(Message& m) at System.Windows.Forms.ControlNativeWindow.OnMessage(Message& m) at System.Windows.Forms.ControlNativeWindow.WndProc(Message& m) at System.Windows.Forms.NativeWindow.Callback(IntPtr hWnd, Int32 msg, IntPtr wparam, IntPtr lparam) My pie chart slices are as follows, note the slices that claim to be 0% of the pie. . Field1 173627 1% Field2 195856 1% Field3 2674 0% Field4 5330 0% Field5 652515 4% Field6 132985 1% Field7 13401456 75% Field8 3159750 18% Field9 7193 0% Field10 2337 0% Field11 5402 0%
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