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Chart and graph on a website

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I`m a ASP Developer. I need some charts on my website. I have found a great free Java chart library on http://www.jfree.org. That is exactly what I`m looking for, but I dont understand have to use it. My website runs on a NT server with IIS 5.0.  Help!!
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by:YZlat
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just right-click on the chart and save it as an image file. Then just embed the image into your asp page using <img src=""> tag
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go to http://www.jfree.org/jfreechart/index.html and download the software. There is also a pdf file with instructios that you can download
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you can also create a chart with power point or ms word and then embed it in your asp page
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by:Deenee
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I cant use images because I want the data in the chart to be dynamic from a database. I think the answer
is maybe to create an applet, but I dont now how to do that from the liberary.
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KenAdney earned 350 total points
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There's a bunch of ASP scripts for dynamically creating charts & graphs (some free) at http://www.hotscripts.com/ASP/Scripts_and_Components/Graphs_and_Charts/index.html
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