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Posted on 2012-03-12
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I'm currently running into an issue with Dundas webparts.

I'm trying to migrate a SharePoint content database from 2007 to 2010.  After the migration, I'm able to access the site collection.

When I go to a page that has an embeded chart, the data it displays is incorrect.

Dundas tells me this is because the chart uses a absolute path, instead of relative.  They said all the charts would have to be re-created, which isn't possible, or the web application would have to be named the same name, which isn't possible.

Any ideas, such as a massive find and replace?
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If the links were on a page, you could use PowerShell, but since they are inside a Dundas web part, I'm not sure.

I'm curious why the URL is changing for the upgrade.
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The URL isn't changing, it's just that the URL for the webapp is hardcoded and does not use a relative path, according to dundas.  I'm not sure how to get at the code for the dundas .net assembly either.
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ok I guess I'm confused. If the URL for the web app isn't changing, why does it matter if it's hardcoded or not?
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