Software FX Posted December 8, 2000 Report Share Posted December 8, 2000 This is the cause and resolution to this error message. CFX61B0-5. A Temporary file on <Path> could not be created The information on this article applies to ChartFX Internet Edition 2000 ChartFX Financial Edition (Internet Intranet) Summary The ChartFX IE server component does not have enough permissions (NT file permissions) to create a temporary file in the <Path> folder. Resolution Please make sure that the user impersonated by IIS (typically called IUSER_YourComputerName when using anonymous access) has NT change permissions in the CfxTemp folder. Please note that if you are using other authentication methods (basic, NT challenge response, etc.) you may need to assign permissions to all users/groups that have access to the page or you may need to assign change permissions to "everyone" on this folder (recommended). Also note that these permissions are NOT IIS permissions so you cannot fix this problem by using the IIS Management Console, you need to modify the NT file permissions on the folder. Step-by-Step (WinNT4) Locate the <Path> folder in Windows Explorer Right click the folder and select Properties Click the Security Tab Click the Permissions button Make sure that IUSER_YourComputerName or Everyone has Change permissions Step-by-Step (WinNT 2000) Locate the <Path> folder in Windows Explorer Right click the folder and select Properties Click the Security Tab Make sure that IUSER_YourComputerName or Everyone has Modify and Write permissions -----Original Message----- From: Parvez Issa [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.orgOnline.com] Posted At: Tuesday, December 05, 2000 2:50 PM Posted To: Designer Conversation: error : CFX61B0 Subject: error : CFX61B0 Hi, I installed chart fx IE 2000 both (designer and server component) and when I run sample page to get graph, I get error message that: CFX61B0. A temporary file on c:\inetpub\wwwroot\CfxTemp could not be created . and This is my code: <!-- Include this file so we can use all the ChartFX constants --> <!-- #include virtual="/Include/CfxIE.inc" --> <% ' Create the object on the server Set chart = Server.CreateObject("ChartFX.WebServer") Chart.LoadDefault 1 ' The samples look better in white chart.RgbBk = RGB(255,255,255) %> <% ' The next line will generate the HTML tag ' You could also use Response.Write Chart.GetHtmlTag(...) chart.TypeEx = Chart.TypeEx OR 32768 %> <%= chart.GetHtmlTag("500","350") %>. I use IIS 5.0 . thanks -- Parvez Issa FuturesOnline Web Developer (P) 312 993 2122 (F) 603-761-9771 pissa@futuresOnline.com Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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