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Generate Report in HTML Format With Win32 App

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My application is a Win32 application written using Borland C++ Builder 6.0. The application is required to produce a report in html format. Apart from text and table, the report includes some graph/bar. How do I put graph/bar into the report ?

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by:bhagyesht
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you can use microsofts Office web components to do this. its fairly exhaustive and good.
another way is to use office automation and save the graph as an image (office automation allows this) and use the image in the html
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You might try ReportDepot for .NET (www.semurg.ca) it has several output formats (HTML, Excel, Preview) and it is easy tool to create report on a fly

HTH  
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by:bhagyesht
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if you want only bar charts than javascript can help you achieve that. if you want a line chart sorry image is better.
javascript barchart examples at
http://www.siteexperts.com/tips/contents/ts13/page1.asp
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by:kctan100
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I am trying out ChartFX activeX. Anyone has any idea how I can export it to a jpeg file ? I didn't see any method (in chartFX) that allows me to do that.  Does microsoft office web components require MS Office to be installed in order for it to work ? I am supposed to distribute my app to client.
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microsoft office web components doesnt require MS office to be installed. only the office required dlls and ocx
for chartFx which is the component you added?
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