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Chart will not display after moving to IIS7

Thread began 4/12/2011 2:53 pm by jgibson402360 | Last modified 5/18/2011 1:19 pm by jgibson402360 | 6778 views | 19 replies



I just discovered some extra information that may help us resolve this problem. In the Event Viewer, I noticed two warnings when I try to view a Dynamic Web Chart.

Here are the two errors:
3:51:50 PM - Warning: 500 Server Error. .
3:51:20 PM - Warning: File /DynamicWebCharts/Data/wa_dfc_xmlVB.asp Line 37 The operation timed out

The line of code this warning is referring to is this:
httpObj.Send postForm
I noticed someone else had this problem as well.

I tried following the support's advice for installing MSXML Parser 3.0, but it seems that the download is not available anymore. Also under the list of OS's that are supported under MSXML Parser 3.0, Windows Server 2008 x64 is not listed

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