RE: Visual Basic .net: creating a graph using the Microsoft chart control

Hi Rick,

You do indeed need to download the Microsoft chart control. You can get it
from
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=130F7986-BF49-4FE5-
9CA8-910AE6EA442C

Pranav
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Hi Pranav:
I do not have the Chart tool in my ToolBox and there is something wrong with

my Framework, either 2.0, 3.0 or 3.5. I can not seem to download Silverlight

tools and have it completely installed properly. So, I am guessing the 3.5 
Chart tool will have problems as well. Where did you download the tool from?

I will take a look at it to see if I can get it to install. Otherwise I may 
have to ReInstall the Framework 3.0 and 3.5 if I can get them UnInstalled 
properly with no problems.

Rick USA
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From: "Pranav Lal" <pranav.lal@xxxxxxxxx>
To: <programmingblind@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Sunday, April 05, 2009 8:34 PM
Subject: RE: Visual Basic .net: creating a graph using the Microsoft chart 
control


> Hi Rick,
>
> I need to create the graph from a series of database tables. I am using
> queries to pull the data from the database into a series of lists. I am
> giving the key table definitions below. The database is in Microsoft 
> access
> 2003.
> Note:
> category is in this context are called domains.
> The question stable
> this is the master table that contains a list of all the questions.
> question_id autoNumber primary key
> question_text text, text of question
>
> The domains table
> this table contains a list of all the categories or domains.
> Domain_id autoNumber, primary key
> Domain_text text, description of category
>
> the domainQuestions table
> this table links the categories to the questions.
> domainQuestion_id autoNumber, primary key,
> Domain_id number, foreign key from the domains table
> Question_id number, foreign key from the questions table
>
> the responses table
> this table records the current state. It reads responses from a Microsoft
> Excel spreadsheet.
> Response_id autoNumber primary key,
> Question_id number, id of question from the questions table this is of
> course a foreign key
> Domain_id number, foreign key from the domains table
> Response number, either 1 or 0 depending on whether a response is yes or 
> no.
> yes=1 no=0.
>
> I hope this helps.
>
> Pranav
>
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