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Hi,

Added the separate slice command using a variable, got the error. Tried it

with constants and got the same. Chart displays with the slice seperated,

then a second later the Windows Error window pops up.

Have tried every combination Chart1.Point(-1, 0).SeparateSlice = 35 and they

all GPF

Even followed the doco which tells me that because I only have one series, I

should only need to do Chart1.Point(PointNumber).SeparateSlice = 35 - get a

syntax error.

Is this because I am reading the data directly from the database - can't

ChartFX handle it? Do I need to explicitly tell it there is only one series?

I also wonder if this is the same with the

Chart1.DataEditorObj.XValuesAsHeaders = True command which also causes a GPF

However, if I change it to and Image display instead of the activex

control - it works.

Set chart1 = Server.CreateObject("ChartFX.ASP.Server")

EmptyAnswerFlag=False

Chart1.Gallery = ChartType

Chart1.Chart3D = Setting3D

'Chart1.ToolBar = True

Chart1.DataEditorObj.AutoSize = True

Chart1.BackColor = BackColor

Chart1.Titles(0).Text = TitleText

Chart1.Titles(0).Font.Name = "Arial"

Chart1.Titles(0).Font.Size = request("TitleSize")

Chart1.DataType.Item(0) = DataType_Label

Chart1.DataType.Item(1) = DataType_Value

Chart1.DataSource = rstAnswers

Chart1.PointLabels = PointLabels

Chart1.LegendBox = ShowLegendBox

Chart1.DataEditor = ShowDataEditor

Chart1.DataEditorObj.AutoSize = True

Chart1.DataEditorObj.Docked = Docked_right

' Chart1.DataEditorObj.XValuesAsHeaders = True - *** CAUSES GPF ***

Chart1.DataEditorObj.ShowHeader = False

If SliceMax > 0 then ' we have a pie chart question

Chart1.Point(-1, 0).SeparateSlice = 35 ' *** CAUSES GPF ***

end if

%>

<center>

<%= Chart1.GetHtmlTag("90%",400,"ActiveX") %>

</center>

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Hi,

Added the separate slice command using a variable, got the error. Tried it

with constants and got the same. Chart displays with the slice seperated,

then a second later the Windows Error window pops up.

Have tried every combination Chart1.Point(-1, 0).SeparateSlice = 35 and they

all GPF

Even followed the doco which tells me that because I only have one series, I

should only need to do Chart1.Point(PointNumber).SeparateSlice = 35 - get a

syntax error.

Is this because I am reading the data directly from the database - can't

ChartFX handle it? Do I need to explicitly tell it there is only one series?

I also wonder if this is the same with the

Chart1.DataEditorObj.XValuesAsHeaders = True command which also causes a GPF

However, if I change it to and Image display instead of the activex

control - it works.

Set chart1 = Server.CreateObject("ChartFX.ASP.Server")

EmptyAnswerFlag=False

Chart1.Gallery = ChartType

Chart1.Chart3D = Setting3D

'Chart1.ToolBar = True

Chart1.DataEditorObj.AutoSize = True

Chart1.BackColor = BackColor

Chart1.Titles(0).Text = TitleText

Chart1.Titles(0).Font.Name = "Arial"

Chart1.Titles(0).Font.Size = request("TitleSize")

Chart1.DataType.Item(0) = DataType_Label

Chart1.DataType.Item(1) = DataType_Value

Chart1.DataSource = rstAnswers

Chart1.PointLabels = PointLabels

Chart1.LegendBox = ShowLegendBox

Chart1.DataEditor = ShowDataEditor

Chart1.DataEditorObj.AutoSize = True

Chart1.DataEditorObj.Docked = Docked_right

' Chart1.DataEditorObj.XValuesAsHeaders = True - *** CAUSES GPF ***

Chart1.DataEditorObj.ShowHeader = False

If SliceMax > 0 then ' we have a pie chart question

Chart1.Point(-1, 0).SeparateSlice = 35 ' *** CAUSES GPF ***

end if

%>

<center>

<%= Chart1.GetHtmlTag("90%",400,"ActiveX") %>

</center>

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Just tried it on another PC, (Both are XP) it downloaded the ActiveX

control, displayed the Chart with the separate slice then GPF'd.

Regards,

James

"James Barker" <JamesB@netstat.com.au> wrote in message

news:Y9kRwTipFHA.4084@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

> Hi,

>

> Added the separate slice command using a variable, got the error. Tried it

> with constants and got the same. Chart displays with the slice seperated,

> then a second later the Windows Error window pops up.

>

> Have tried every combination Chart1.Point(-1, 0).SeparateSlice = 35 and

they

> all GPF

> Even followed the doco which tells me that because I only have one series,

I

> should only need to do Chart1.Point(PointNumber).SeparateSlice = 35 - get

a

> syntax error.

>

> Is this because I am reading the data directly from the database - can't

> ChartFX handle it? Do I need to explicitly tell it there is only one

series?

>

> I also wonder if this is the same with the

> Chart1.DataEditorObj.XValuesAsHeaders = True command which also causes a

GPF

>

> However, if I change it to and Image display instead of the activex

> control - it works.

>

> Set chart1 = Server.CreateObject("ChartFX.ASP.Server")

> EmptyAnswerFlag=False

> Chart1.Gallery = ChartType

> Chart1.Chart3D = Setting3D

> 'Chart1.ToolBar = True

> Chart1.DataEditorObj.AutoSize = True

> Chart1.BackColor = BackColor

> Chart1.Titles(0).Text = TitleText

> Chart1.Titles(0).Font.Name = "Arial"

> Chart1.Titles(0).Font.Size = request("TitleSize")

> Chart1.DataType.Item(0) = DataType_Label

> Chart1.DataType.Item(1) = DataType_Value

> Chart1.DataSource = rstAnswers

> Chart1.PointLabels = PointLabels

> Chart1.LegendBox = ShowLegendBox

> Chart1.DataEditor = ShowDataEditor

> Chart1.DataEditorObj.AutoSize = True

> Chart1.DataEditorObj.Docked = Docked_right

> ' Chart1.DataEditorObj.XValuesAsHeaders = True - *** CAUSES GPF

***

> Chart1.DataEditorObj.ShowHeader = False

> If SliceMax > 0 then ' we have a pie chart question

> Chart1.Point(-1, 0).SeparateSlice = 35 ' *** CAUSES GPF ***

> end if

>

> %>

> <center>

>

> <%= Chart1.GetHtmlTag("90%",400,"ActiveX") %>

>

> </center>

>

>

>

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Just tried it on another PC, (Both are XP) it downloaded the ActiveX

control, displayed the Chart with the separate slice then GPF'd.

Regards,

James

"James Barker" <JamesB@netstat.com.au> wrote in message

news:Y9kRwTipFHA.4084@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

> Hi,

>

> Added the separate slice command using a variable, got the error. Tried it

> with constants and got the same. Chart displays with the slice seperated,

> then a second later the Windows Error window pops up.

>

> Have tried every combination Chart1.Point(-1, 0).SeparateSlice = 35 and

they

> all GPF

> Even followed the doco which tells me that because I only have one series,

I

> should only need to do Chart1.Point(PointNumber).SeparateSlice = 35 - get

a

> syntax error.

>

> Is this because I am reading the data directly from the database - can't

> ChartFX handle it? Do I need to explicitly tell it there is only one

series?

>

> I also wonder if this is the same with the

> Chart1.DataEditorObj.XValuesAsHeaders = True command which also causes a

GPF

>

> However, if I change it to and Image display instead of the activex

> control - it works.

>

> Set chart1 = Server.CreateObject("ChartFX.ASP.Server")

> EmptyAnswerFlag=False

> Chart1.Gallery = ChartType

> Chart1.Chart3D = Setting3D

> 'Chart1.ToolBar = True

> Chart1.DataEditorObj.AutoSize = True

> Chart1.BackColor = BackColor

> Chart1.Titles(0).Text = TitleText

> Chart1.Titles(0).Font.Name = "Arial"

> Chart1.Titles(0).Font.Size = request("TitleSize")

> Chart1.DataType.Item(0) = DataType_Label

> Chart1.DataType.Item(1) = DataType_Value

> Chart1.DataSource = rstAnswers

> Chart1.PointLabels = PointLabels

> Chart1.LegendBox = ShowLegendBox

> Chart1.DataEditor = ShowDataEditor

> Chart1.DataEditorObj.AutoSize = True

> Chart1.DataEditorObj.Docked = Docked_right

> ' Chart1.DataEditorObj.XValuesAsHeaders = True - *** CAUSES GPF

***

> Chart1.DataEditorObj.ShowHeader = False

> If SliceMax > 0 then ' we have a pie chart question

> Chart1.Point(-1, 0).SeparateSlice = 35 ' *** CAUSES GPF ***

> end if

>

> %>

> <center>

>

> <%= Chart1.GetHtmlTag("90%",400,"ActiveX") %>

>

> </center>

>

>

>

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