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getting chartfx 7.0 to display data I have in an array


timcyberbanjo
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HiI am new to chartFX 7.0 but have used 6.2.

In version 6.2, I would get the data from the database and then post process it to put it in the format I need to populate the chart. It would be held in an array. I then do this sort of thing

 

Chart1.OpenData(SoftwareFX.ChartFX.COD.Values, 1, UBound(a))

For i = 0 To UBound©

Chart1.Value(0, i) = (c(i).Plant_MetalMassVariation)

Chart1.Value(1, i) = (c(i).Line2_MetalMassVariation)

Chart1.Value(2, i) = (c(i).Line3_MetalMassVariation)

Chart1.Value(3, i) = (c(i).Line4_MetalMassVariation)

Chart1.AxisX.Label(i) = (c(i).TapDate)

Chart1.AxisX.Label(i) = Format((c(i).TapDate), "dd-MMM")

Next i

Chart1.CloseData(SoftwareFX.ChartFX.COD.Values)

I am trying to find an example of doing the same sorth of thing in 7.0, but have not had any luck so far. 

Can you point me in the right direction?

 

 

 

 

 

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You can do the same in CHart FX 7 but the API chas changed:

Chart1.Data.Series = 1;

Chart1.Data.Points = UBound(a);

For i = 0 To UBound©

Chart1.Data(0, i) = (c(i).Plant_MetalMassVariation)

Chart1.Data(1, i) = (c(i).Line2_MetalMassVariation)

Chart1.Data(2, i) = (c(i).Line3_MetalMassVariation)

Chart1.Data(3, i) = (c(i).Line4_MetalMassVariation)

Chart1.AxisX.Labels(i) = (c(i).TapDate)

Chart1.AxisX.Labels(i) = Format((c(i).TapDate),
"dd-MMM")

Next i
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