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Bulding Pie Charts and Bar Charts with ASP.NET 2.0

Posted on 2006-06-13
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Hi Experts.
Hoe can I build Pie Charts and bar Charts in ASP.NET 2.0 from an ODBC (sqlserver) connection by code ?? or using a datasource?
Thank you.
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Well you could, depends how well you understand the graphics libraries, as an alternative try Dundas charts as this would be a lot simpler http://www.dundas.com/
Alternatively you could use a client tool based on something like flash as well with ASP.Net retrieving the data...

There are many ways to do this tho.

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thank u
i think it is so usefull.
but I hope that they are not time limited.
thanx anyway
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