asp chart.export method


i am trying to get this implemented

but it seems to be bombing out when I try to export the jpg

crt.Chart.Export server.mappath("\planmain\sfi") & "\" & mstrFileName, "jpg"

error I am getting is

Error Type:
Microsoft VBScript runtime (0x800A03EC)
Unknown runtime error
/planmain/sfi/10MinChart.asp, line 152

cant figure it out.

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well try this out
crt.Chart.Export server.mappath("\planmain\sfi") & "\" & mstrFileName & "jpg"
mrferrariAuthor Commented:
no luck.

Ive decided to go with this. it is cheap and seems to work great.

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mrferrariAuthor Commented:

i looked into that, but it seems that it required the end user to have office 2000 or 2003.
well it is not mandatory to have office 2000 or 2003 installed
You just need to register one DLL which is OWC11.DLL
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