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Start and end date ???

Thread began 10/11/2010 11:44 am by nmabey414064 | Last modified 10/14/2010 3:43 pm by Dani Chankhour | 1293 views | 8 replies |

nmabey414064

Start and end date ???

The graph is displayed but there are no bars displayed. The tootlip only says "undefined".
I am connecting to a MSAccess database. The code looks like this:

Set WADWCStats_cmd = Server.CreateObject ("ADODB.Command")
WADWCStats_cmd.ActiveConnection = MM_diagramm9_STRING
WADWCStats_cmd.CommandText = "SELECT Stats_Date AS XLABEL, Stats_Date AS YVALUE FROM Stats WHERE Stats_Date >= #07-July-2010# AND Stats_Date <= #14-July-2010#"
WADWCStats_cmd.Prepared = true

Is there any SQL Date Problem using VB and MSAccess?

Can the dates also be set dynamic? eg. the customer choose dates with a datepicker or they are forwarded through input fields?

Thanks a lot, please be patient I am new to this all!

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nmabey414064

The chart is working now with set start and end date.

Can these dates also passed dynamic? e.g. a user picks dates with datepicker and than they are passed to the chart?

Thanks a lot for all the help

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Dani Chankhour

yes. you can pass the dates dynamically using the date picker, you will just need to make sure it is passing the right date format.

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nmabey414064

gone dranock

Thanks you for your reply.

But how?

My Query with manually picked dates (in the wizzard) reads:
"SELECT Date AS XLABEL, Minutes AS YVALUE FROM Stats WHERE ID= ? AND Date >= #07-09-2010# AND Date <= #07-12-2010#"

Now I would like to replace #07-09-2010# and #07-12-2010# with the values(variable) in the url (mysite2.asp?ID=4&StartDate=10-14-2010&EndDate=10-23-2010)
for StartDate and EndDate. These variable are passed into the url from a form (on prevoius page (.../mysite1.asp)).


I though of something like this:

Dim WADWC__ParamStartDate
WADWC__ParamStartDate = Request.QueryString("StartDate")
Dim WADWC__ParamEndDate
WADWC__ParamEndDate = Request.QueryString("EndDate")

SELECT Date AS XLABEL, Minutes AS YVALUE FROM Stats WHERE ID = ? AND Date >= @WADWC__ParamStartDate AND Date <= @WADWC__ParamEndDate "


But It doesn't work like this. Thanks for all your help!

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nmabey414064

sorry just seen that the url doesn't show right...
url reads (.../mysite2.asp?ID=4&StartDate=10-14-2010&EndDate=10-23-2010)

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nmabey414064

Hi,
I have read that the when I want to create a string, I must enclose the date in hashes so my next attempt looked like this:

Setting the variable like the wizzard is doing for the for other variables
(e.g. the ID when I filter by URL):
<%
Dim WADWC__ParamStartDate
WADWC__ParamStartDate = "-1"
If (Request.QueryString("StartDate") <> "") Then
WADWC__ParamStartDate = Request.QueryString("StartDate")
End If
%>
and then the query:
<%
Set WADWC_cmd = Server.CreateObject ("ADODB.Command")
WADWC_cmd.ActiveConnection = MM_Calendar6_STRING
WADWC_cmd.CommandText = "SELECT Date AS XLABEL, Minutes AS YVALUE FROM Stats WHERE Site_ID = ? AND Date = #" & WADWC__ParamStartDate & "#"
WADWC_cmd.Prepared = true
WADWC_cmd.Parameters.Append WADWC_cmd.CreateParameter("param1", 5, 1, -1, WADWC__ParamSite_ID)
%>

Sadly this doesn't work? WHy? Where am I doing the mistake?

Thanks for the help

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nmabey414064

The chart works when I wether send an ID or a date but not both...


The URL reads:
.../page2.asp?ID=5&StartDate=07-12-2010&EndDate=07-15-2010

and I get the error:
DynamicWebCharts/Data/page2_dataparser1.asp?ID=5

for some reason I have the feeling the graph should receive both ID and StartDate and not only the ID as the error message suggests.

The object that is created by the wizzard is:
<object classid="clsid:D27CDB6E-AE6D-11cf-96B8-444553540000" codebase="http://download.macromedia.com/pub/shockwave/cabs/flash/swflash.cab#version=9,0,28,0" width="940" height="300">
<param name="movie" value="DynamicWebCharts/open-flash-chart.swf?data=DynamicWebCharts/Data/page2_dataparser1.asp?<%=Request.QueryString()%>" />
<param name="quality" value="high" />
<embed src="DynamicWebCharts/open-flash-chart.swf?data=DynamicWebCharts/Data/page2_dataparser1.asp?<%=Request.QueryString()%>" quality="high" pluginspage="http://www.adobe.com/shockwave/download/download.cgi?P1_Prod_Version=ShockwaveFlash" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" width="940" height="300"></embed>
</object>

and I think here is the mistake.

When I replace <%=Request.Querystring()%>
with:<%=Request.Querystring("ID")%>
the chart receives the ID and displays.

When I replace <%=Request.Querystring()%>
with:<%=Request.Querystring("StartDate")%>
the chart receives the StartDate and displays.


But how do I pass both variables to the chart?
Do I have to change something in the <object> bid? What?



Thanks a lot and sorry that I put more and more questions up here but I thought it might be better to understand my problem.

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nmabey414064

FINALLY IT WORKS!

the mistake was in the <object> bid.

I tried to connect the different variables with an "&" sign. But when passing variables from html to flash via Query String I need to use "%26" istead of the "&". How should you know that :).

I am sorry for posting and posting my thoughts here, but maybe it will also help somebody else.

Thanks

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Dani Chankhour

I'm glad you got it to work.

sorry i was not able to help you out with this issue since I'm not that familiar with ASP.

Again, thanks for posting your solution.

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