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Creating dinamically a GIF

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I need to program a CGI or servlet that access to a DB (Oracle), extracts data and creates a GIF that shows a graph using this data. How can I create the GIF?
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by:christopher sagayam
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If it is PERL ...using GD.pm or ImageMagick.pm
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by:maneshr
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you can also use GNUPLOT for creating a gif file.

Gnuplot is a command-line driven interactive function plotting utility for UNIX, MSDOS, and VMS platforms. The software is copyrighted but freely distributed (i.e., you don't have to pay for it). I

Since this is a command line utility you can use it with almost any CGI scripting language (like PERL, PHP, ASP, C etc..)

you can get more info on GNUPLOT at ...
http://www.cs.dartmouth.edu/gnuplot_info.html
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GaneshDoke earned 30 total points
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In case of servlets, create first frame.
Use graphics to generate pattern. Then
U have to use third party tool to generate gif files. such as Netcharts ,
Kawacharts.
       then pass this frame to this Netcharts or Kawacharts function. Result is GIF.
 
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