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TeeChart in WebTier

edited March 2006 in Server
I have a working chart in the client server enduser.exe. But when I try to
view it in Internet Explorer, I get the following error:

Server Error: Processing request for report Report Explorer
Database\PPFA\General\PPFA CEO Survey PROTOTYPE
ReportLoadFromDatabase Error: Class TppDPTeeChart not found

Any thoughts on how to fix this?



  • edited March 2006
    Article: Registering Classes with the Server.

    In order to minimize the overhead in reporting applications, ReportBuilder
    employs a unit level registration scheme (similar to component registration
    in Delphi.), whereby components and functionality can be added at the
    discretion of the developer. A report server application needs to include
    all of the classes required to execute the reports on the server.

    Unit Name Feature
    ---------- ---------------------------------------------------------------
    daDataModule DADE support. (DataModule related classes.)

    raCodMod RAP support (CodeModule related classes.)

    ppCTMain Crosstab support

    ppChrt TeeChart
    ppChrtDP Data-ware TeeChart

    myChkBox Checkbox components appear on the component palette when this unit

    ReportBuilder also uses the unit registration scheme to control which
    database connectivity options are provided by the application. The following
    DADE plug-ins are provided with ReportBuilder (for more options see the
    friends | data | DADE Plug-ins section of our web site,

    Unit Name Feature
    ---------- ----------
    daDBBDE BDE support

    daADO ADO support

    daIBExpress Interbase Express support

    daDBExpress dbExpress support.

    daADS Advantage support.

    daDOA Oracle support via the Direct Oracle Access components.

    daIBO InterBase support via the InterBase Objects components.

    daDBISAM DBISAM support.

    Tech Support mailto:support@digital-metaphors.com
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    Best regards,

    Nard Moseley
    Digital Metaphors
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