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Thread began 4/13/2010 5:27 pm by sue.hawkins403581 | Last modified 4/14/2010 5:27 pm by sue.hawkins403581 | 1275 views | 8 replies


Charts Fail with Path image

I am trying to create a simple pie chart with dynamic data from a SQL server database. I have IIS 6, configured the site to use ASP Vbscript and tested the database connection using simple dynamic text statement. This is a link to a test page:


As you can see the database is responding to the simple query with a table of values. The pie chart I want should show the portion of students from each college, such as 20% CLAS, 40% COE and 40% CAP, for an example.

I used the most simple approach I could think of, and I still just get the path to the dataparser.asp! These are the settings I used in the wizard:

Chart Tab:
Only edit to default values on this tab is the change to Type: Pie

Data Tab:
Edits to default values are --
Choose dynamic
Choose connection, data source from the drop-downs
X Label: set to "College" from the drop-down
Group by: set to Value
Y Value: set to "unique" (a unique integer identifier) from the drop-down
Calculation set to Count

No other edits are made in the wizard.

I have installed, uninstalled, reinstalled, deleted WinCache.dat.

Can you help me to understand what I need to do?



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