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Class not registered (using ChartFX 2.0 + Borland Builder5)


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Dear all,

I am using ChartFX 2.0 for the first time, and am finding it a joy to use

except:

When I run the .exe on other machines without Borland installed, I get the

error message "Class not registered". Is there a OCX file I need to include?

Or has anyone a suggestion?

The second (less serious) problem I have, is that when using the constant

CT_SCATTERLINE, Borland generates an Error. This looks like a bug in ChartFX

to me. Is it a typo in the help file, or do I need a newer version?

Thanks for your help,

Ioan Prys.

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Ioan Prys T/a A470 Technology

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Thanks for your reply, the program now does see the class.

When I try and modify a property e.g.

Chart->Adm[CSA_MIN]=0;

I now get a "Catastrophic failure" dialog box pop up on the target machine

(but not on my development machine). I think there must be something else I

do not do....

It might be a clue that when I unclick the "Build with runtime packages", I

then get a error on the development machine as well: "Project xxxxxxxx.exe

raised exception class EOlsSysError with message "Unknown interface".

Process stopped. Use.....etc"

Thanks again for your help, it is very much appreciated.

Regards,

Ioan Prys.

"SoftwareFX Support" <noreply@softwarefx.com> wrote in message

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> Chart FX is an ActiveX control.

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> You need to copy chartfx and register it.

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