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Creating a Chart From a Table


Creating a Chart From a Table

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Interesting Idea



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Very cool; I'll try it out later today and let you know how it works for me.

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Interesting concepts. It's quite remarkable what you've achieved. I would definitely be interested in a more mature .dll that could be registered and used from SQL just like an API... that would be quite nice..
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JS



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A bit naff (for USA readers translate this as turkey!)
You can use SELECT to create an element based XML data source and then
apply XSLT style-sheet(s) (that includes HTML) for the XML to format the data anyway you like. Standard practice to keep the data and its rendering separate. HTML in SQL tables .... er ..no!!

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Standards will come only after ideas , else the fate of many ISO standards would have been some thing else .

To make it client independent better go for ,VML or SVG ,keeping jpg files on client not a good idea

congrats

john





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