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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.

Code snippets:

<%@ Register TagPrefix="cc1" Namespace="SoftwareFX.ChartFX.Lite.Internet"

Assembly="ChartFX.Lite.Internet" %>

<cc1:chart class="chartfx"

id="ManagedVehicles"

runat="server"

border="true"

Height="400px"

LegendBox="True"

Gallery="Bar"

Chart3D="False"

BackColor="White"

width="500px"

position="relative"

XAxis

PointLabels="True">

<cc1:chart>

Does anyone have any ideas?

Thanks,

Karel Bekker

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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.

Code snippets:

<%@ Register TagPrefix="cc1" Namespace="SoftwareFX.ChartFX.Lite.Internet"

Assembly="ChartFX.Lite.Internet" %>

<cc1:chart class="chartfx"

id="ManagedVehicles"

runat="server"

border="true"

Height="400px"

LegendBox="True"

Gallery="Bar"

Chart3D="False"

BackColor="White"

width="500px"

position="relative"

XAxis

PointLabels="True">

<cc1:chart>

Does anyone have any ideas?

Thanks,

Karel Bekker

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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.

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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.

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We are unable to reproduce this problem using the latest Chart FX Lite 

download and Visual Studio 2005.

Please attach the project that's producing the problem.

--

Francisco Padron

www.chartfx.com

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We are unable to reproduce this problem using the latest Chart FX Lite 

download and Visual Studio 2005.

Please attach the project that's producing the problem.

--

Francisco Padron

www.chartfx.com

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