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Second Y-axis

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31554 Jul 9,2005 06:01 AM UTC Jul 12,2005 05:21 PM UTC Windows Forms 2
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Dave Taylor
Asked On July 9, 2005 06:01 AM UTC

I have a line chart with 3 series on it, one plotted against the primaryY axis the other two against a secondY axis. When I initialize the chart, everything looks fine (I see both Y axes)...as soon as I add data to the chart, the second Y axis disappears and if I mouseover the chart I get a null reference exception. I''ve attached the two routines responsible for inintializing and updating the chart. Pls help blurb_6633.zip

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On July 12, 2005 02:06 AM UTC

Hi, Sorry about the delay in responding. I tried to reproduce the problem with an application based on your code snippet. Could you please try running the sample linked to below and let us know if the problem exists with the sample also? http://www.syncfusion.com/support/user/Uploads/ChartSecondAxisVB_6606.zip Thanks, Davis

Dave Taylor
Replied On July 12, 2005 05:21 PM UTC

Hello Davis, The sample worked just fine..which made the problem sort of glaring...the App.Convert() call was throwing an exception that wasn''t caught by the debugger for whatever reason. Sorry to have bothered with this "user error!" :-) Dave >Hi, > >Sorry about the delay in responding. > >I tried to reproduce the problem with an application based on your code snippet. Could you please try running the sample linked to below and let us know if the problem exists with the sample also? > >http://www.syncfusion.com/support/user/Uploads/ChartSecondAxisVB_6606.zip > >Thanks, > >Davis > >

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