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Thread began 9/16/2009 8:47 am by karen183060 | Last modified 9/16/2009 3:59 pm by karen183060 | 1999 views | 4 replies


Problem with multiple datasets

I am sure I am doing something wrong, but cannot work out what!! I am trying to build a graph with multiple series, when I build the graph with a single series it is fine, but as soon and I select multiple series I get a page error. My data is structured as follows:

09-12 22 Penarth and Barry
09-12 25 Cardiff
09-12 14 Bridgend
09-11 13 Vale Cowbridge
09-11 5 Penarth and Barry
09-11 29 Cardiff
09-11 7 Bridgend
09-10 15 Vale Cowbridge

and I want column 1 to be my x-axis, column 2 the y-axis and column 3 the series.

The recordset is defined in the data page as follows:

"SELECT [Column 1] AS XLABEL, [Column 2] AS YVALUE, [Column 3] AS DATAGROUP FROM dbo.TABLE WHERE [Column 4] = ? ORDER BY [Column 1] ASC"

But the page crashes. Have I defined the graph incorrectly?

Thank you.

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