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  2. Chart FX supports a licensing model to be deployed on cloud environments such as Azure or AWS. Please contact our Products team by email to products at softwarefx dot com for further details. --- Software FX
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  4. Only one ASP.NET application uses Chart FX 7 and the source code is being store in Azure DevOps source control. An Azure DevOps build pipeline builds the ASP.NET application from source control and stores it as build artifact, .zip file. When the build completes successfully, it triggers a release pipeline that deploys the build artifact to several external ASP servers. The application is not being hosted in Azure. We are just using CI/CD in Azure DevOps. Does that mean we still need a special license mechanism, license string, and special agreement and payment of additional fees?
  5. Does ChartFX8 support deploying into Azure App Service? If so, is there any documentation on how to setup the Virtual Application and Virtual directories requirement in the App Service instance? Thank you and appreciate the help!
  6. Thank you for your quick reply. I sent an email to products@softwarefx.com on 9/30 and copied sales@softwarefx.com on 10/1. I have not received a response yet with further details. How long does it usually take to get a response?
  7. When using Chart FX in an environment like Azure and AWS, a special license mechanism is required, consisting in the use of a license string, which requires signing a special agreement and payment of additional fees. Please contact us by email to products at softwarefx dot com for further details.
  8. I'm automating builds and deployments in Azure DevOps for our company. Currently developers are building locally using Visual Studio 2015 and sending a zip file to QA for testing and manual deployment. When building an application locally in Visual Studio 2015 and using the licenses.licx file, it runs fine on the QA server. In Azure DevOps, I'm using a Microsoft 2019 Hosted agent for automated builds. Since it's not an easy task to install ChartFX on a hosted agent and the build fails on licenses.licx(1, 0): error LC0004:, I tried using the license manager locally to create and embed the exe.licenses in the project as mentioned in this posting: https://www.textcontrol.com/blog/2016/11/28/using-tx-text-control-net-with-visual-studio-team-services-vsts/ The build works in Azure DevOps with the embedded exe.licenses, but when it's deployed to the QA server we keep getting the following error: Couldn't get Run Time license for 'ChartFX.WinForms.Chart' We are currently using Chart FX 7. Please let me know if you need further explanation on my issue and if you have any ideas how to build and deploy licenses on a hosted agent.
  9. Hi, We are planning to migrate our product to .net core and we have used chartfx 7 to draw chart in our product, We need to know whether the chartfx has support for .net core. Thanks & Regards Sarath Kumar
  10. Hi, We currently run ChartFX Java as embedded as part of a service hosted on static EC2 instances in our AWS environments. Ideally we'd like to transition these to behave like the rest or our architecture which runs as as set of immutable services, such that when we deploy a new version we just tear down the old instance and replace it with the new one as part of the pipeline, however with the SoftwareFX license and activation model I can't see how we can achieve this. Does anyone have any experience of doing this? I guess the same issues would apply to running it in a container. Thanks Ben
  11. You can change the colors used by the boxplot, provided that you execute this code after the data has been passed to the chart and the chart has been set to use boxplot int index = stats.Gallery.BoxPlot.ShowOutliers ? 2 : 1; chart1.Series[index + 1].Color = Color.LightGray; chart1.Series[index + 1].Border.Color = Color.Black; chart1.Series[index + 2].Color = Color.LightGray; chart1.Series[index + 2].Border.Color = Color.Black; chart1.Series[index].Color = Color.Black; chart1.Series[index+3].Color = Color.Black; Please note that indices are different depending on whether you are showing Outliers or not. We will be uploading a hotfix for the ignored BoxPlot.Monochrome property in a couple of days, please note that even after installing the hotfix, you will need code to set the colors you want to use, as Monochrome will mean we share the attributes between the upper and lower whiskers and the upper and lower box, so with the hotfix you would need something like stats.Gallery.BoxPlot.Monochrome = true; chart1.Series[0].Color = Color.LightGray; chart1.Series[0].Border.Color = Color.Black; chart1.Series[3].Color = Color.Black; To download a hotfix you will need to have a valid StudioFX subscription and visit https://www.mysoftwarefx.com/hotfix, you can also post your questions/issues at https://www.mysoftwarefx.com/support. The hotfixes also include new functionality, e.g. we recently added a boolean ShowMedian property to BoxPlot. Regards, JuanC
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    ChartFX 8 boxplot colors.

    I am having trouble with the boxplot graphic colors. The monochrome flag doesn't seem to do anything and there is no way to change the colors outside of selecting a different palette. The plots are way too colorful for my audience. Any help would be appreciated.
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