if it were me, I would use one of the activex graph control,
wrap it in a VB6 DLL, and deliver it thru the Microsft ASP /web
server method.

David Morris wrote:
>
> Loyd,
>
> You might look into the Scalable Vector Graphic package available from
>
> the Apache Software Foundation. The project is Batik. I have only used
> it
> to produce simple graphics that became generated PDF files using
> Cocoon and FOP. For what I used it for it worked just fine on the
> iSeries.
>
> Go to http://xml.apache.org/batik/ for more information.
>
> David Morris
>
> >>> LGoodbar@afs.bwauto.com 01/18/02 08:33AM >>>
> I would like to programmatically (dynamically) generate GIF or PNG
> images
> based on AS/400 data. For example, I would like to create a line or
> bar
> graph similar to the stock graphs on yahoo:
> <http://finance.yahoo.com/q?s=bwa&d=c&t=1y>. I am basically looking to
> generate trend graphs based on user input on web forms. (Graph a
> product
> line's productivity for the past year.) Any advice welcomed. Feel free
> to
> respond to either list, I monitor both.
>
> Thanks,
> Loyd
>
> --
> Loyd Goodbar
> Programmer/Analyst
> BorgWarner Incorporated
> Air/Fluid Systems, Water Valley, MS
>
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