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  1. 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.

  2. 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

  3. 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

  4. 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?

    >

    >

  5. 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?

    >

    >

  6. 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.

  7. 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.

  8. 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

    >

    >

  9. 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.

    >>>

    >>

    >>

    >> ------------------------------------------------------------------------

    >>

  10. Can you please provide a bubble chart example with binding to individually-supplied 

    data points? The only example in your help or online is the one binding to

    an XML file. I need to bind to an in-memory table of values. I have been

    doing chart.Data(0,0) = 123 for other chart types; however, I don't know

    how to do that and also make it a scatter-plot type Bubble chart with X-axis

    values. I know I need to set the XValue property somewhere, but there is

    no example of this given anywhere.

    Thank you,

    Terry

  11. 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.

    >>

    >

    >

    > ------------------------------------------------------------------------

    >

  12. 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.

    >

  13. I am generating a picture. The target environment is a webpart inside 

    Sharepoint 2007.

    Do you recommend me to use the .Net client control...

    Any concerns with a approach like this as there will be a lot of users...

    Regards

    Magnus Salgo

    "Software FX" <noreply@softwarefx.com> wrote in message

    news:pSHB2TIUHHA.1212@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

    > Are you using the .NET client control or are you generating an image?

    >

    > --

    > Francisco Padron

    > www.chartfx.com

  14. Not sure what the exact problem here is.

    I can open the graphs fine in Firefox 2.0.

    IE I get "Internet Explorer cannot open the Internet site http://....."

    Operation Aborted

    The browser then craps out and I have to close it.

    If I have the graph wrapped in an UpdatePanel it works, but I can't enable

    viewstate or everything shows....(all the graphs for the tool bars and

    such).

    I'm guessing it has something to do with the .Net enhancements for IE? Not

    sure exactly what they are, and security. I turned off McAfee antivirus,

    but it didn't help. I used the url to the png and was able to see it in

    each browser without problems.

    Everything seems to work fine locally while developing, but not I put it on

    a UA server and these are the problems.

  15. When we display a line or bar chart and the data is between zero and one, we 

    have not found a way to display appropriate Y Axis labels (e.g., .1, 5.,

    .75).

    If the data is larger Y Axis labels are presented as expected.

    Is it possible to get Y Axis labels when the Y data is constrained between 0

    and 1?

    Thanks...

  16. I have a series of CascadingDropDown controls which I would like to use 

    to alter the dataset of the chart. Currently I use a PostBack which

    reloads the entire page to update the chart data. I would like to be

    able to do this without reloading the page, but retain usability of the

    ActiveX control, rather than using Image rendering for the chart.

    Screenshot attached as an example. I may also be changing some of the

    dropdowns to listboxes in the future.

    It was my understanding that in order to use callbacks I have to use

    Image rendering mode. Is this true?

    -Adam

    Software FX wrote:

    > You can send Chart FX events as Callbacks instead of PostBacks by

    > setting: UseCallbacksForEvents to true.

    >

    > I don´t understand exactly what you want to do. What do you want to do

    > via AJAX?

    >

  17. Please find it below

    DataSet xmlDS = new DataSet();

    StringReader stream = null;

    XmlTextReader reader = null;

    string

    strXML="<NewDataSet><ConfigData><YEAR>2006</YEAR><COUNT>54088</COUNT></Confi

    gData><C

    onfigData><YEAR>2007</YEAR><COUNT>8344</COUNT></ConfigData></NewDataSet>"

    stream = new StringReader(strXML);

    reader = new XmlTextReader(stream);

    xmlDS.ReadXml(reader);

    if (xmlDS != null)

    return xmlDS;

    else

    return null;

    "Software FX" <noreply@softwarefx.com> wrote in message

    news:Myef46QUHHA.1212@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

    > Can you please attach a sample project that reproduces the problem.

    >

    > --

    > Francisco Padron

    > www.chartfx.com

  18. Francisco,

    I am converting xml to dataset and that dataset attached to datagrid fine

    howerver chart shows no data found message.

    Best Regards,

    Dharmesh Trivedi

    "Software FX" <noreply@softwarefx.com> wrote in message

    news:6xLtGVIUHHA.1212@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

    > You can pass the DataSet object instead of the file.

    >

    > The Chart FX Data XML format looks like this:

    >

    > <?xml version="1.0"?><CHARTFX> <COLUMNS> <COLUMN NAME="Product"

    > TYPE="String"/> <COLUMN NAME="Q1" TYPE="Integer" DESCRIPTION="1ST

    QTR"/>

    > <COLUMN NAME="Q2" TYPE="Integer"/> <COLUMN NAME="Q3"

    TYPE="Integer"/>

    > <COLUMN NAME="Q4" TYPE="Integer"/> </COLUMNS> <ROW Product="ChartFX

    98"

    > Q1="9200" Q2="7835" Q3="10245" Q4="8762"/> <ROW Product="ChartFX IE

    3.5"

    > Q1="14350" Q2="11233" Q3="16754" Q4="987"/> <ROW Product="ReportFX"

    > Q1="12398" Q2="7654" Q3="5678" Q4="9087"/> <ROW Product="Image Toppings"

    > Q1="8742" Q2="12358" Q3="14321" Q4="8702"/></CHARTFX> For more

    information

    > please refer to the programmer´s guide.

    > --

    > Francisco Padron

    > www.chartfx.com

    >

  19. Using ChartFX 7.0 for VS2005 w/ Extensions back. Trial versions.

    When trying to render FoodMart in OLAP, I get an error the error:

    Could not load file or assembly ChartFX.NetIEClient.Olap while running IE 6.

    Rendering as an image does not

    get this error, but .Net does. Is IE 6 supported, and if so, where might I

    look next to solve this problem.

    Thanks.

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