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  1. I figured it out... I needed to set the value in AxisY AND AxisY2, thanks
  2. Actually I answered my own Q here. We are no going to use the title in the chart, rather we will put a title outside of the chart. Result is nearly the same
  3. This is the behavior I a looking for. When I set the ForceZero property to False, it is still showing the min as zero even though my smallest value is 96. Is there another setting I need to do as well?
  4. Dundas is also supported in SQL2005, but the functionality is somewhat limited
  5. How do we pass in values to the Chart's title?
  6. In Chart FX for VS, we are displaying degrees in our Y axis by using the following code in code behind: Chart1.AxisY.DataFormat.CustomFormat = "#o"; Can we do something similar in Charting for RS
  7. In my Charts, the data always ranges between 35 and 200. but usually its clustered, i.e. 60 - 110. Is there a way to automatically scale the charts based on the max/min values in the DS? Or is there a ways to programatically pass the scale values into the report?
  8. I have a page in which I am dynamically creating charts. I don't think our code is complicated, it simply does the following: pass variables from 3 drop downs into a query, than create charts based on the results. We can have anywhere between 2 and 10 charts. But here is the problem, in IE7, about 70% of the time is will not display the chart, or the page itself will not render properly. If I perform the same process in FF I get the charts about 80% of the time, but in some cases I experience the same issues. In FF I was recently able to view this error: XML Parsing Error: no element found Location: http://www.savgas.com/EDCWEB-ASP/ChartFX.aspx?id=0-041611300&type=png&mime=image%2fpng Line Number 1, Column 1: Has anyone experienced this and/or does anyone know how to resolve it? Thanks in advance
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