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chart worked in DynamicFlashCharts

Thread began 2/28/2010 4:51 pm by Darren | Last modified 3/05/2010 2:26 am by Darren | 1121 views | 4 replies


chart worked in DynamicFlashCharts

had a chart setup in DynamicFlashChart but was difficult to maintain, so upgraded to Dynamic Web Charts and can not seem to get this to work.

the table setup is:
id--------1-------2------an so on
and so on

I would like a chart to display values from only record 1 showing labels read01, read02, read03. this record would be picked up from the URL ?id=1

with DynamicFlashChart I used static data and values: <?php echo $row_RSmetre['read01']; ?> | <?php echo $row_RSmetre['read02']; ?> and so on

the problem I had any additions I had to reenter the code from scratch as it got changed. I tried this and the wizard would only accept numbers, and the wizard for dynamic data couldn't see how to do this.?

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