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how i can use dbchart with query ?
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1. Drop in a TDataSource and a TTable component
2. Connect TTable to the table you want to, set TDataSource to point to the TTable, set TTable's Active to True
3. Drop in DBChart, double click SeriesList property at the Object Inspector
4. Add new Series, double click on the newly added series, go to Data Source, change it to DataSet and the select the fields you want to use for X and Y Axis.



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by:kretzschmar
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or for query just replace ttable
from dragonslayers-comment with tquery

;-)
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by:hass80
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i want to see code using dbchart
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by:kretzschmar
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well, then tell first,
what data you will show in the grid,
and should it complete done at runtime,
or will be a "template" at designtime enough

meikl ;-)
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