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Problem with Graphics Server.Net in Visual Studio 2005

Using Graphics Server .Net v3.5 in a ASP.Net project worked correctly
in VS 2003. The project has been upgraded to VS 2005 and now the
Graphics Server control does not display in VS 2005 it displays the
following error message.

Error 199 'Chart' could not be initialized. Details: Object reference
not set to an instance of an object.

It does render a graph when the application is viewed in a web
browser.

Does anybody know how to get Graphics Server.Net to work in VS 2005?
Jun 27 '08 #1
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