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  1. This screenshot shows how some of my gadgets work, and this one single gadget checks once, then fails. Here is my WPS code: (((gwmi -query "select * from win32_logicaldisk where volumename='backup'" -computername palmyra.brnets.int).freespace))/(1024*1024*1024) and here is my screenshot if the problem: http://upload.integrii.net/public/pictures/Eric/palmyra%20errors.JPG thanks!
  2. Thanx for the replies - I'll head in that direction till I bump my noggin again! Dan :>)
  3. Newbie Here! Would like some script examples showing how to connect realtime port utilization from our Cisco gear with snmp strings outputting to a PowerGadget. Thanx!
  4. Must the install program be run to install the chart onto our production or can the dll's just be copied? We're on a server which is used by many other sites within my client. If we need to install the chart on the production box we will need to go through a hole testing phase with all the other sites to make sure we don't screw them up. We're not using the PSS service.
  5. Support, I downloaded and installed ChartFX for Reporting Services. We're using Visual Studio 2005 and SQL Server 2005. We're evaluating ChartFX for Reporting Services for use. I think I saw a good tutorial somewhere that walks through adding a ChartFX chart using the AdventureWorks database, but I can't locate the tutorial anywhere now. I'm not talking about the simple 2 page one in the ChartFX Resource Center, which says almost nothing. I'm talking about a more complete step-by-step walkthough of using ChartFX chart for Reporting Services, I believe it used the AdventureWorks database. thanks, Phil Evans phil@computerdesign.com
  6. Support, I downloaded and installed ChartFX for Reporting Services. We're using Visual Studio 2005 and SQL Server 2005. We're evaluating ChartFX for Reporting Services for use. I think I saw a good tutorial somewhere that walks through adding a ChartFX chart using the AdventureWorks database, but I can't locate the tutorial anywhere now. I'm not talking about the simple 2 page one in the ChartFX Resource Center, which says almost nothing. I'm talking about a more complete step-by-step walkthough of using ChartFX chart for Reporting Services, I believe it used the AdventureWorks database. thanks, Phil Evans phil@computerdesign.com
  7. Screen shot of the error/dialog is attached. "Software FX" <noreply@softwarefx.com> wrote in message news:T7qF7fVUHHA.3588@webserver3.softwarefx.com... >> the XML is needed to dynamically create the dll. > > Yes the XML is needed to run the wizard. No XML, no wizard. > > I wrote: > > "1) Go to the Chart FX installation folder and delete all DLLs from the > Wizard Folder" > >> I do not get that with latest version, just the warning that more than >> one >> non-numeric field has been found > > Can you please send me a screenshot of that ? I´m not sure which warning > message you are talking about. The crosstab option will be given to you if > you select three fields, at least two of the fields must be either string > or > integers. > > -- > Francisco Padron > www.chartfx.com >
  8. Since the support in this group is craptastic, I'll respond. I had to contact customer support for a different version that allows for client install on a machine without SSRS. Exactly who would do dev work on a server is anyones guess, but apparently these guys think its the norm. "Anton" <machehin@hotmail.com> wrote in message news:Cp8$eXTUHHA.1212@webserver3.softwarefx.com... > It seems that it is impossible to install ChartFX design components only > on computer without SQL Reporting 2005. > > After setup starts, it reported that SQL Reporting Service is required.. > but how to install reporting design components? > >
  9. Since the support in this group is craptastic, I'll respond. I had to contact customer support for a different version that allows for client install on a machine without SSRS. Exactly who would do dev work on a server is anyones guess, but apparently these guys think its the norm. "Anton" <machehin@hotmail.com> wrote in message news:Cp8$eXTUHHA.1212@webserver3.softwarefx.com... > It seems that it is impossible to install ChartFX design components only > on computer without SQL Reporting 2005. > > After setup starts, it reported that SQL Reporting Service is required.. > but how to install reporting design components? > >
  10. Is there a way through code to put a datagrid cell into edit mode? For this specific scenario I want to put a datagrid cell into edit mode with a single mouse-click. Thanks!
  11. I think I'm having the same problem. I'm using Visual Basic 2005 Express Edition. Should ChartFX work with this version of VB or what is the reason for such error message? -- Antti Ruhanen "Karel Bekker" <kbekker@wheels.com> wrote in news:NrHPkSPOHHA.2276@webserver3.softwarefx.com: > > Looking thru the postings, the ChartFX.Lite product works with VS2005. > But I am getting the following error, when I try to use it in VS2005: > > Generation of designer file failed: Type > 'SoftwareFX.ChartFX.Lite.Internet.Chart' does not have a public > property named 'chart'. > > I am running VS2005SP1. > It works fine in my VS2003 project.
  12. I think I'm having the same problem. I'm using Visual Basic 2005 Express Edition. Should ChartFX work with this version of VB or what is the reason for such error message? -- Antti Ruhanen "Karel Bekker" <kbekker@wheels.com> wrote in news:NrHPkSPOHHA.2276@webserver3.softwarefx.com: > > Looking thru the postings, the ChartFX.Lite product works with VS2005. > But I am getting the following error, when I try to use it in VS2005: > > Generation of designer file failed: Type > 'SoftwareFX.ChartFX.Lite.Internet.Chart' does not have a public > property named 'chart'. > > I am running VS2005SP1. > It works fine in my VS2003 project.
  13. Any Help? "Sean" <sean.brown@exago.net> wrote in message news:wswBSjmTHHA.3900@webserver3.softwarefx.com... > Francisco, > > When the chart has finished everything. I need to know when the chart has > displayed all it´s data and is ready for the user. > > The post paint fires on every re-draw, on a simple example l can get the > event to fire over 40 times. > > "Software FX" <noreply@softwarefx.com> wrote in message > news:dO7m%23L9SHHA.2224@webserver3.softwarefx.com... >> What do you mean by "completed"? >> >> -- >> Francisco Padron >> www.chartfx.com > >
  14. Found through research that this is caused by ASP generating new control ID´s when using masterpages and can be remedied using <%=control.ControlID%> in the javascript calling client script. This fixes it for controls such as textboxes, etc, however the problem still persists with the ChartFX control.... so still no solution. -Adam Adam Kunicki wrote: > After some testing, I noticed this happens only when using a > Masterpage... not sure how to resolve it though. > > -Adam > > Adam Kunicki wrote: >> Thanks this looks helpful. However I cant seem to get around this >> issue (see image): >> >> -Adam >> >> Software FX wrote: >>> The following article should get you what you need: >>> >>> >>> Q7651001. Chart FX for VS 2005 and AJAX >>> URL: >>> http://support.softwarefx.com/ShowArticleSep.aspx?Type=KB&Product=CfxNet70&Source=http://support.softwarefx.com/kb/765/1/001.htm?_r=1 >>> >>> >>> In particular, take a look at UserCallback Event, you can hook a >>> JavaScript to your ComboBoxes and use this method to re-load the chart. >>> >> >> >> ------------------------------------------------------------------------ >>
  15. After some testing, I noticed this happens only when using a Masterpage... not sure how to resolve it though. -Adam Adam Kunicki wrote: > Thanks this looks helpful. However I cant seem to get around this issue > (see image): > > -Adam > > Software FX wrote: >> The following article should get you what you need: >> >> >> Q7651001. Chart FX for VS 2005 and AJAX >> URL: >> http://support.softwarefx.com/ShowArticleSep.aspx?Type=KB&Product=CfxNet70&Source=http://support.softwarefx.com/kb/765/1/001.htm?_r=1 >> >> >> In particular, take a look at UserCallback Event, you can hook a >> JavaScript to your ComboBoxes and use this method to re-load the chart. >> > > > ------------------------------------------------------------------------ >