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Then it will not be a Hi-Low-Close chart.

I think what you may be looking for is a simple bar chart with Initial

values. You didn't mention which version you are using so I'm going to

assume it is the latest (7.0). The property you need to look at it:

chart.Data.YFrom

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My chartFx is 6.2.1342.0.

It seems it does not support initial values for bar chart, any solution?

Thanks,

Leo

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> Then it will not be a Hi-Low-Close chart.

>

> I think what you may be looking for is a simple bar chart with Initial

> values. You didn't mention which version you are using so I'm going to

> assume it is the latest (7.0). The property you need to look at it:

>

> chart.Data.YFrom

>

>

> --

> Francisco Padron

> www.chartfx.com

>

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It does supports it.

In Chart FX 6.2 the property is:

chart.IniValue

You need to do an OpenData similar to what you do when setting regular

values.

If you are using data binding you can use the DataType property to instruct

Chart FX to use one of the columns as your ini values.

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Thanks a lot Francisco,

Can you show me how to use a table as datasource to create a floating bar? I

tried to set the Data Type but it cannot work.

e.g query= " SELECT Name, High, Low FROM tblSales"

chart1.DataType[0]= SoftwareFX.ChartFX.DataType.Label;

chart1.DataType[1] = SoftwareFX.ChartFX.DataType.Value;

chart1.DataType[2] = SoftwareFX.ChartFX.DataType.IniValue;

chart1.DataSource = tbl;

but it seems that it cannot work. Did I miss something?

Thanks!

Leo

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> It does supports it.

>

> In Chart FX 6.2 the property is:

>

> chart.IniValue

>

> You need to do an OpenData similar to what you do when setting regular

> values.

>

> If you are using data binding you can use the DataType property to

instruct

> Chart FX to use one of the columns as your ini values.

>

> --

> Francisco Padron

> www.chartfx.com

>

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I found the way to set the initial value now. But there is another problem:

when I show the data editor, the data of initial value are not displayed.

How can I show the initial values in the data editor?

Thanks!

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

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> It does supports it.

>

> In Chart FX 6.2 the property is:

>

> chart.IniValue

>

> You need to do an OpenData similar to what you do when setting regular

> values.

>

> If you are using data binding you can use the DataType property to

instruct

> Chart FX to use one of the columns as your ini values.

>

> --

> Francisco Padron

> www.chartfx.com

>

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