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No. AdoRecordset cannot be used to "add" data. The crosstab data provider will completely change the way the data is processed so it will not help you to overcome the 32 fields limitation. We are in the process of fixing a couple of known issues in a new service pack, I will try to make sure we provide a workaround for recordsets with more than 32 columns.

Regards,

Juan Cegarra

Software FX, Inc.

support.softwarefx.com

-----Original Message-----

From: Mark Johnston [mailto:mark.johnston@pnl.gov]

Posted At: Sunday, September 17, 2000 11:51 PM

Posted To: Server

Conversation: Recordset for multiple series scatter chart

Subject: Re: Recordset for multiple series scatter chart

Juan,

Thanks for your response. When using a recordset to pass data to

chartfx server, is it possible to do this successively in order to bypass

this limitation (ie pass one recordset with 32 columns and then another,

while displaying both)? Alternatively, is there any other way to add data

to a chartfx chart which was created by passing a recordset?

Are you aware of whether or not the Crosstab ChartFX data provider might

provide any relief in this area?

Thanks,

--Mark

Juan C. Cegarra wrote:

> There is a limitation of 32 series when binding to a recordset. We will

> try to remove this restriction in a future service pack, in the meantime

> you will have to transverse the recordset manually and pass the data one

> point at a time to ChartFX.

>

> Regards,

>

> Juan Cegarra

> Software FX, Inc.

> support.softwarefx.com

>

> -----Original Message-----

> From: Mark Johnston [mailto:mark.johnston@pnl.gov]

> Posted At: Wednesday, September 13, 2000 5:11 PM

> Posted To: Server

> Conversation: Recordset for multiple series scatter chart

> Subject: Re: Recordset for multiple series scatter chart

>

> Juan,

>

> I have found that passing a recordset with more than 32 columns (the

> recordset looks like your second example below) to an XY plot seems to

> always produce an incorrect chart. This means, in effect, that no more

> than

> 16 series can be plotted using a recordset as the input to the chart.

> Is

> this an issue which has been addressed in a service pack?

>

> Thanks,

>

> --Mark

>

> "Juan C. Cegarra" wrote:

>

> > ChartFX supports a recordset like

> >

> > XValue Series1 Series2 Series3

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

> > ...

> >

> > and it also supports a recordset like

> >

> > XValue1 Series1 XValue2 Series2 XValue3 Series3

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

> > ...

> >

> > If you want to use the same color and shape for all the series you

> would

> > use the MarkerShape and Color property for each series, e.g.

> >

> > Chart.Series(0).MarkerShape = XX

> > Chart.Series(1).MarkerShape = XX

> > Chart.Series(0).Color = RGB(YY,ZZ,FF)

> > Chart.Series(1).Color = RGB(YY,ZZ,FF)

> >

> > If your Data Set looks like

> >

> > XValue1 Series1 Volume1 XValue2 Series2 Volume2 XValue3

> Series3

> > Volume3

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

> -------

> > -------

> > ...

> >

> > A bubble chart would use the VolumeX data to calculate the diameter of

> > each bubble.

> >

> > Regards,

> >

> > Juan Cegarra

> > Software FX, Inc.

> > support.softwarefx.com

> >

> > -----Original Message-----

> > From: Mark Johnston [mailto:mark.johnston@pnl.gov]

> > Posted At: Tuesday, September 05, 2000 6:48 PM

> > Posted To: Server

> > Conversation: Recordset for multiple series scatter chart

> > Subject: Recordset for multiple series scatter chart

> >

> > I would like to create a recordset which CfxIE can read to create a

> > scatter chart with multiple series. All the examples I have seen

> which

> > use a recordset and multiple series use a common set of "X" values

> with

> > multiple (series) "Y" values associated with each. A recordset which

> > might generate such a chart would look like the following, if I

> > understand the examples you give correctly:

> >

> > XValue Series1 Series2 Series3

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

> > ...

> >

> > I am currently generating the following sort of recordset:

> >

> > SeriesName XValue YValue

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

> >

> > The catch is that there is not a common set of X values to correlate

> > across several series -- they may be different between each series.

> It

> > would be ideal (from my perspective) if my current recordset

> > organization could drive the creation of a multiple series scatter

> > chart. However, I'm adaptable ... 8^). My goal is for each of the

> > series to use the same color and shape formatting on the resulting

> > chart. The number of series and the number of points in each series

> is

> > dynamic, based on the input to the ASP page.

> >

> > In a future revision, we are considering the use of a bubble chart in

> > order to visually express a sort of confidence factor in the data we

> are

> > displaying. Is there a way to format a recordset with the same sort

> of

> > data as above in order to produce a bubble chart?

> >

> > Thanks in advance,

> >

> > Mark Johnston

> > Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

> > Seattle, WA USA

> > mailto:mark.johnston@pnl.gov

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