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Hi,

We have a licensed ChartFX Client Server 5.0 software.

I do the following to creat a dynamic chart.

CWnd m_ChartFX;

m_ChartFX.CreateControl(<ChartFX Class ID**>, NULL, WS_VISIBLE, rc, this,

IDC_CHART1,NULL,NULL,<Chart FX License string*>);

The question is :

If I ship my product which uses the above code to create a dynamic chart,

Does the customer need to have a licensed chartFX software installed on his

machine to run the product?

If yes, Is there any other method to create dynamic chart, which customer

does have to have a licensed software?

OR

Does he needs to register any Dll, OCX? If yes, which Dll, OCX does he

needs to register?

Reply ASAP.

Thanks,

Rao

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Your customer will not need any licenses but your app setup should register

our dlls/ocxs. Please note the list of redistributable files included with

the product normally you will deploy/register the subset of files you are

actually using. The minimal set you will need is: cfx4032.dll and sfxbar.dll

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Regards,

JC

Software FX Support

"M.Umamaheshwara Rao" <mum_rao@polariscom.com> wrote in message

news:qbVCdQRVDHA.1496@WEBSERVER1...

> Hi,

>

> We have a licensed ChartFX Client Server 5.0 software.

>

> I do the following to creat a dynamic chart.

>

> CWnd m_ChartFX;

> m_ChartFX.CreateControl(<ChartFX Class ID**>, NULL, WS_VISIBLE, rc, this,

> IDC_CHART1,NULL,NULL,<Chart FX License string*>);

>

> The question is :

>

> If I ship my product which uses the above code to create a dynamic chart,

> Does the customer need to have a licensed chartFX software installed on

his

> machine to run the product?

>

> If yes, Is there any other method to create dynamic chart, which customer

> does have to have a licensed software?

>

> OR

>

> Does he needs to register any Dll, OCX? If yes, which Dll, OCX does he

> needs to register?

>

> Reply ASAP.

>

> Thanks,

> Rao

>

>

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