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Using ChartFX Internet 6.2 Com Version on ASP.NET

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Dear Sirs,

Can we use ChartFX Internet 6.2 Com Version on ASP.NET or on IDE environment

VS.NET ?

As I know , VS.NET can import COM Object as reference and use that to

develop ASP.NET program.

Which file(s) should I include in VS.NET COM Object window?

Best Regards

Tony

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Dear Sirs,

Can we use ChartFX Internet 6.2 Com Version on ASP.NET or on IDE environment

VS.NET ?

As I know , VS.NET can import COM Object as reference and use that to

develop ASP.NET program.

Which file(s) should I include in VS.NET COM Object window?

Best Regards

Tony

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It should work but wouldn't recommend it, and I see no reason for doing this 

either, Chart FX Internet 6.2 and Chart FX for .NET 6.2 are IDENTICAL in

terms of features so why go cross-platform when you can go native.

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FP

Software FX

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It should work but wouldn't recommend it, and I see no reason for doing this 

either, Chart FX Internet 6.2 and Chart FX for .NET 6.2 are IDENTICAL in

terms of features so why go cross-platform when you can go native.

--

FP

Software FX

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The reason is very simple ~

We have two teams in developing but we wanna use com version to cover both

asp and asp.net

so , could you pls tell me how to use VS.NET to import COM Object as

reference and use that to

develop ASP.NET program.

Thanks

"SoftwareFX Support" <noreply@softwarefx.com>

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The reason is very simple ~

We have two teams in developing but we wanna use com version to cover both

asp and asp.net

so , could you pls tell me how to use VS.NET to import COM Object as

reference and use that to

develop ASP.NET program.

Thanks

"SoftwareFX Support" <noreply@softwarefx.com>

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