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I have ChartFX IE 2000 and am happily generating charts for users. What I'd

like to be able to do is offer the user a default chart via the ActiveX

control or the Plug-In, let them modify it to their heart's content, and

then have them be able to "save" the configuration back to the server, so

the next time they ask for the same chart, I know what customizations they

made.

For instance, if I give them the default chart and they change the colors or

labels, how do I gather that information back from them so that next time, I

can give them the same chart in which they already modified?

Thanks in advance,

Monte Kalisch, Director of Site Engineering

Ntercept Communciations Inc.

montek@ntercept.com

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ChartFX Internet supports saving chart customizations but on the client side

(similar to cookies). This should be enough if your users typically log on

from the same box.

We are currently evaluating adding support for "server-side-customizations"

for the next version of ChartFX Internet, any feedback will be greatly

appreciated (e.g. will you save the customizations in files or a database ?

would you prefer HTTP post or put ? )

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Regards,

JC

SoftwareFX

"Monte" <montek@ntercept.com> wrote in message

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> I have ChartFX IE 2000 and am happily generating charts for users. What

I'd

> like to be able to do is offer the user a default chart via the ActiveX

> control or the Plug-In, let them modify it to their heart's content, and

> then have them be able to "save" the configuration back to the server, so

> the next time they ask for the same chart, I know what customizations they

> made.

>

> For instance, if I give them the default chart and they change the colors

or

> labels, how do I gather that information back from them so that next time,

I

> can give them the same chart in which they already modified?

>

> Thanks in advance,

>

> Monte Kalisch, Director of Site Engineering

> Ntercept Communciations Inc.

> montek@ntercept.com

>

>

>

>

>

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