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    How to create the Line Chart by Flash and ASP ?

    Hi
    I want to display data in database as a line chart

    I know we can use Flash and ASP to do this, but i dont know how.
    Could you tell me how to do this or source teaching how to do this
    great appreciated

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    Not trying to be rude, but
    Code:
    FlashComm != ASP
    if(thread.content != FlashComm || thread.content != relatedToFlash()){
        return false;
    }else{
        return awnser;
    }
    Ian = Aware0;
    Ian != Clever();


    PS - it's 1 AM...gimme a break, it's funny at the moment.

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    Hi,

    You could also use some of the commerical Flash charting components to chart with Flash. A few of them include:
    * FusionCharts - http://www.InfoSoftGlobal.com/FusionCharts
    * fXgraph - http://www.InfoSoftGlobal.com/fXgraph

    Cheers,
    Pallav
    Pallav Nadhani
    InfoSoft
    http://www.InfoSoftGlobal.com

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    Hi,

    with asp you can just send data to a flash movie, so you would need to build a movie that uses the SWF6 drawing functions to create the actual chart.
    You will want to read about those drawing functions in the actionscript manual
    If you were using php or cgi, you could perhaps use ming to actually generate a chart as a swf

    Musicman

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    made these a while back - http://www.bigjolt.com/lab/tbg/charts/ - uses simple text files - that's all we had at the time.

    cheers
    henry
    mx/php/mysql/xml downloads @ the Lab

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