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Tobias
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I've just installed ChartFX7 and done my first example. I get the samples to work but not my own example. All code seems to generate ok, incl toolbar but image does not show. No intellisense work either.

Please advise!

Some info:

VS2005, AJAX enables Web Application Project

Referenced classes:

- ChartFX.WebForms

- ChartFX.WebForms.Adornments

- ChartFX.WebForms.Base

- ChartFX.WebForms.Dhtml

Generated html:

...<area shape="rect" coords="0,0,440,250" onmousedown="SFX_SetRightClickMenu(event,'ChartKLS','29474','')" oncontextmenu="return false;" />

</map>

<div id="SFXdiv-29513" onmouseout="SFX_HideIconOver()" class="SFXIconHover" oncontextmenu="return false">

<img src="/WebbekoCharts/WebResource.axd?d=w0hB13I_QiidX0t7d70ypAjaxyaEk9V8rUXJG682SNFaIRI8WEXzXo7piA4ugW5-1mTe5fNZ0LAtdWM7vgSfuQ2&t=633322864800000000" border="0" class="SFXIconHoverImg"//>

</div>

Se attached images

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Why do I need write-permissions to the chartFX70-folder?

Images seems to be saved to "...\Chart FX 7\PSS\Temp". In that folder I find files such as "091009350(XXXXX_tsje)_png" and "091009350(XXXXX_tsje)", without file extension.

The image-path posted earlier was wrong. It should be:

<img id="ChartKLS" src="/chartfx70/pss/ChartFX.aspx?id=0-091010030&type=png&mime=image%2fpng"...

The PSS Service is running.

I do have a virtual dir to the ChartFX70-installation

The folder /chartfx70/PSS is an application within IIS, in a .NET2.0-application pool

 

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