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Graphing in MS Report viewer

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Hi All

Can anybody point me to some info on creating a graph in VB.net 2005 report
viewer

I can't seem to find any on the web

I want to show sales totals by week in a vertical bar graph

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Steve
Oct 11 '06 #1
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Hello Steve,

A Report Viewer control is intended to show a data report in the control,
so if we want a graph object in Report Viewer control, we need to first to
create a report, add graph to the report and show it in Report Viewer
control.

To add a image/graph to a report, there are several ways:

1. Add a Image component to the report directly. This can show a fixed
image and normally use as a logo or a fixed phote.
2. Add A Chart component. This will help us show the data in graphics and
we can define source and type of the Chart.
3. Add a Table or matrix component on the report, and we can set its
backgroud color. Is this what you want?

If there is any further questions, please feel free to let us know.

Sincerely,

Luke Zhang

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