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hello friends,

recently i started using ChartFX, and i realy dont know much about

chartFX......i mean how it works....

Here is my problem..

i am trying to add chartFX in my vb application at runtime using following

code..

key = Licenses.Add("ChartFX.Chart.4")

Set runtimeGraph = Controls.Add("ChartFX.Chart.4", key, Me)

but its giving me error -

Run-Time error '-2147417848 (80010108)':

Automation error

The object invoked has disconnected from its clients.

if any one can help me with this....

thznkz & regards,

Nitin

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Can you contact support and send them a sample application that reproduces 

the problem.

I have tried here with my key and it works fine, I suspect there might be a

problem with the key you are passing.

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Francisco Padron

www.chartfx.com

"Nitin Dubey" <nitin.dubey@dwl.co.in> wrote in message

news:dVdcdK%23nFHA.356@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

> hello friends,

>

> recently i started using ChartFX, and i realy dont know much about

> chartFX......i mean how it works....

>

> Here is my problem..

>

> i am trying to add chartFX in my vb application at runtime using following

> code..

>

> key = Licenses.Add("ChartFX.Chart.4")

> Set runtimeGraph = Controls.Add("ChartFX.Chart.4", key, Me)

>

>

> but its giving me error -

>

> Run-Time error '-2147417848 (80010108)':

>

> Automation error

> The object invoked has disconnected from its clients.

>

>

> if any one can help me with this....

>

> thznkz & regards,

> Nitin

>

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