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1 point Series, RangeType = Set, FixedWidthMode

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23445 Jan 12,2005 01:01 PM Jan 13,2005 04:56 AM Windows Forms 2
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Bob Hogan
Asked On January 12, 2005 01:01 PM

This is a continuation of my previous post: I am having problems when I try to use the Chart Control to draw a Series with a single Point when ChartColumnWidthMode is set to Fixed. This is in a situation were I have explicitly set up the DateTimeRange of the X-axis, per your suggestion. I get the following error: "A first chance exception of type ''System.OverflowException'' occurred in system.drawing.dll Additional information: Overflow error." I tried various values for the Column width--1, 10, 100, 350--and I always get the same error. Doesn''t happen if I have more than one point in my Series. Doesn''t happen if I have one point but I set RelativeWidthMode. The problem with RelativeWidthMode is that I am plotting data by year, so I set the beginning of my range to a year before my first date and the end of my range to a year after my last date, and this causes me to get a very narrow column if I use RelativeWidthMode. Any ideas?

Davis Jebaraj [Syncfusion]
Replied On January 12, 2005 03:02 PM

Hi Bob, I am able to reproduce the problem with the currently available public version. The exception has already been fixed in our latest code. There is a minor issue with the FixedWidthMode not aligning the Columns properly and I have asked our development to fix it with the highest priority. I will inform you as soon as there is a fix available. Thank you for your patience. Regards, Davis

Bob Hogan
Replied On January 13, 2005 04:56 AM

Thanks much.

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