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OWC11 graph corrupted

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by mis, Nov 2, 2005.

  1. mis

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    I create a line graph using OWC embedded in asp (type chChartTypeLine)
    The graph forms correctly for 40 or less data points. More than 40 points
    results in a corrupt graph, with invalid Y axis values and apparent random
    data in last few points on right side of graph.
    Graph is created with
    Set ActualSeries = objChart.SeriesCollection.Add()
    With ActualSeries
    .Type = c.chChartTypeLine
    .SetData c.chDimSeriesNames, c.chDataLiteral, "Actual"
    .SetData c.chDimCategories, c.chDataLiteral, CategoryList
    .SetData c.chDimValues, c.chDataLiteral, ActualList
    .Line.Color = "navy"
    End With
    Array CategoryList contains dates.
    Array ActualList contains float (double) values.
    The data supplied has been checked and is correct.
    Does anyone know what is special about 40 points in a line chart?
    Is it a documented limitation in OWC11?
     
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