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Dynamic Charts vs. Open Flash Chart

Thread began 11/08/2009 1:43 pm by steve389695 | Last modified 11/08/2009 1:46 pm by Ray Borduin | 2361 views | 1 replies |


Dynamic Charts vs. Open Flash Chart


When I right click on any of my charts displayed in the browser it identifies them as "Open Flash Charts", and takes me to a website:


Which offers a free version of what I assume Dynamic Webcharts is based off of. However, there is a number of tutorials here on how to edit these charts. Are these tutorials relevant for Dynamic Webcharts?


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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Some may be relevent, but would require to edit the code by hand to take advantage of.

Dynamic Web Charts uses the open flash chart engine, but we added the xml interface, so to take advantage of some tutorials and examples from open flash charts tutorials you may have to adjust the code manually.

What exactly are you looking to do? Most likely you should use the xml instead of the open flash chart tutorials directly.

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