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hi...i've research fusion chart... and i find it nice .. I would like to retrieve from my database(SQL) and graph it using php is there anybody here experience working with fusion chart and php?... Article by uselessninja in Web Development
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hi...i've research fusion chart... and i find it nice .. I would like to retrieve from my database(SQL) and graph it using php is there anybody here experience working with fusion chart and php?... Article by uselessninja in Web Development
I am getting error as: include(includes/fusioncharts.php): failed to open stream: No such file or directory in C:\xampp\htdocs\ghi.php on line 5 My code is : <script type="text/javascript" src="/path/to/fusioncharts.js"></script> <script type="text/javascript" src="/path/to/themes/fusioncharts.theme.ocean.js"></script> <?php include("includes/fusioncharts.php"); $columnChart = new FusionCharts("column2d", "ex1" , 600, 400, "chart-1", "json", '{ "chart":{ "caption":"Harry SuperMart", "subCaption":"Top 5 stores in …
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Hello to all! I know well how to access database and its tables from sql server in Netbeans, But know I need to access a report from sql server in Netbeans. For example if I have a table named "MyTable" in sql server 2008 and then I ran a query … Article by Saboor Siddique in Software Development
so, if I get it straight: You read all the data from the database then you create a report based on that data then you want to read all the data of that report (the data you already had) and display that data?
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Hello, I have an array in c# identical values in it. But, sometimes, it can happen that one value gets mixed and then array should be considered as invalid. Let say, I have an valid array of values: [0]=N,[1]=N,[2]=N; And this is an example of invalid array: [0]=N,[1]=K,[2]=N; To determine … Article by bprosic in Software Development
Just realized I missed a statement in my example: bool correct = true foreach (string x in array) { if(x != "K") { correct = false; break; } } if(!correct) { //do stuff }
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Hi everyone, I really hope that you can help me diagnose an issue with my new API. I'm having the following issue: I'm not happy with the performance of the app client at http://app.dazah.com that connects to it ... It uses cURL to issue about 3-4 API requests per page … Article by Dani in Networking
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Hi everyone, I really hope that you can help me diagnose an issue with my new API. I'm having the following issue: I'm not happy with the performance of the app client at http://app.dazah.com that connects to it ... It uses cURL to issue about 3-4 API requests per page … Article by Dani in Networking
I'm probably way off but do try using IP address instead of domain name. This one dogged a friends testing for months. Again, just something I've run into.
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Hi everyone, I really hope that you can help me diagnose an issue with my new API. I'm having the following issue: I'm not happy with the performance of the app client at http://app.dazah.com that connects to it ... It uses cURL to issue about 3-4 API requests per page … Article by Dani in Networking
> It probably happens because you're submitting the headers as an indexed array Well that's ridiculously counter-intuitive! Still didn't fix the problem though, I'm afraid. > Also, a lot of web sites use multiple servers behind a "load balancer", most of which such as F5 devices, are round-robin and it …
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[This recently published article](http://techbeacon.com/how-learning-smalltalk-can-make-you-better-developer) seems to suggest so. However, since JavaScript is eating the world, I don't know that *any* "new" programming language today can gain traction. Am I wrong? Article by Nathan_7 in Software Development
Like James, I also did a considerable amount of Smalltalk development in the early 1990's. We were in the process of deciding whether to use ST or C++ for the development of FACTORYworks, a major semiconductor factory MES. We did a lot of prototyping in Smalltalk to prove our concepts, …
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Hi everyone, I really hope that you can help me diagnose an issue with my new API. I'm having the following issue: I'm not happy with the performance of the app client at http://app.dazah.com that connects to it ... It uses cURL to issue about 3-4 API requests per page … Article by Dani in Networking
BTW, what version of PHP are you using for this project? And did you install as a package, or build it from source?
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Hi everyone, I really hope that you can help me diagnose an issue with my new API. I'm having the following issue: I'm not happy with the performance of the app client at http://app.dazah.com that connects to it ... It uses cURL to issue about 3-4 API requests per page … Article by Dani in Networking
Also, a lot of web sites use multiple servers behind a "load balancer", most of which such as F5 devices, are round-robin and it is entirely possible for one request to get passed to a server under low-load, but the next to a server that is grinding away on other …
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I have resurrected [this sticky](https://www.daniweb.com/programming/web-development/threads/435023/read-this-before-posting-a-question). I know it's target is PHP at the moment, but I'm planning to broaden the subject for web development (HTML/CSS/Js). If anyone has something useful to add, please let me know in this thread and I'll look into adding it. Do NOT just reply with … Article by pritaeas in DaniWeb Community Feedback
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I have resurrected [this sticky](https://www.daniweb.com/programming/web-development/threads/435023/read-this-before-posting-a-question). I know it's target is PHP at the moment, but I'm planning to broaden the subject for web development (HTML/CSS/Js). If anyone has something useful to add, please let me know in this thread and I'll look into adding it. Do NOT just reply with … Article by pritaeas in DaniWeb Community Feedback
I.d upvote this but unfortunately there is no facility on mobile to do so. I should say, STILL no facility. Perhaps I.m the only one here accessing on mobile. :(
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I'm not sure whether this is a good question for this forum but, I'm struggling to set up a database to use in my school academic system that is supposed to record all student's scores and then be able to prepare a report that shows students ranks. The hardest part … Article by savedlema in Databases
There are tomes about table designs and there are even more folk to call a design good or bad. For me, I only balk when it doesn't work, breaks easily, is a security issue and other items. I don't see a problem with 4 tables in a design. Being difficult …
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[This recently published article](http://techbeacon.com/how-learning-smalltalk-can-make-you-better-developer) seems to suggest so. However, since JavaScript is eating the world, I don't know that *any* "new" programming language today can gain traction. Am I wrong? Article by Nathan_7 in Software Development
I was Principal Consultant with Easel/VMark after they acquired the Enfin Smalltalk implementation (now part of Object Studio) in the 1990's. The claims made for Smalltalk are largely true. It was my first intro to formal Object Oriented programming and I never looked back. It was truely ground-breaking, and highly …
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[This recently published article](http://techbeacon.com/how-learning-smalltalk-can-make-you-better-developer) seems to suggest so. However, since JavaScript is eating the world, I don't know that *any* "new" programming language today can gain traction. Am I wrong? Article by Nathan_7 in Software Development
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[This recently published article](http://techbeacon.com/how-learning-smalltalk-can-make-you-better-developer) seems to suggest so. However, since JavaScript is eating the world, I don't know that *any* "new" programming language today can gain traction. Am I wrong? Article by Nathan_7 in Software Development
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[This recently published article](http://techbeacon.com/how-learning-smalltalk-can-make-you-better-developer) seems to suggest so. However, since JavaScript is eating the world, I don't know that *any* "new" programming language today can gain traction. Am I wrong? First Post in Article by Nathan_7 in Software Development
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Hi All, I am building a personal jukebox and looking to run this off of a raspberry pi, originally I started out using mopidy, but found all of the interfaces lack the general features that I really like and need, and the speed in actually touching some services and playing … Article by Daniel_58 in Web Development
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Hi, have you tried PI MusicBox? http://www.pimusicbox.com/
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Hi everyone, I really hope that you can help me diagnose an issue with my new API. I'm having the following issue: I'm not happy with the performance of the app client at http://app.dazah.com that connects to it ... It uses cURL to issue about 3-4 API requests per page … Article by Dani in Networking
Hi Dani! You can see the response header and the request flow by adding: curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_HEADER, TRUE); curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_VERBOSE, TRUE); > I'm passying in Connection: keep-alive headers but they are not showing up in the $_SERVER dump. It probably happens because you're submitting the headers as an indexed array, instead …
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Six months ago I bought TP-Link router and when I connected it to my PC I was getting I-Ball interface. So I had to change router ip address and was able to use TP-Link normally. My friend told me that it happens if you used other router in past. After … Article by Zorrro in Networking
Well I figured it out, someone on my ISPs network had their router configured incorrectly or didn't configure at all and left DHCP server on and I was able to login using admin admin so that explains. About the my router ip changed itself, it happened because LAN and WAN …
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Hi! Having a hard time figuring out how to solve this problem at hand. basically i have several tables that are inter connected in some manners but i need to full all this data and format it in a manner that it will show the total number of trips and … Article by skullscript in Web Development
Still getting the duplicate record. instead on adding only once the grand total for the specific transaction its being summed X2 because of the duplicate record on vehicle_details table. how can i prevent my query or ignore to count the duplicate record? Im `using vdetail.reference_no = pymnt.reference_no ` for the …
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Hi, I want to use global keyboard hook in Rad studio c++. So, anyone please give me the code. I want to handle the key input with hook in c++ Article by Simple man in Software Development
RProffitt mentioned that you weren't using the right tags with your posts in one of your previous threads. I'm wondering if one of the tags should be "keylogger". You mentioned this as your goal in a previous thread: > What i am trying to do is make a "tamil" language …
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I'm not sure whether this is a good question for this forum but, I'm struggling to set up a database to use in my school academic system that is supposed to record all student's scores and then be able to prepare a report that shows students ranks. The hardest part … Article by savedlema in Databases
Hi rproffitt, Thank you for followup on that thread! For that app I developed (the one for that thread) I had to create too many tables, for instance, I created a table for every school Subject that students take. Then I also created a class table (say Grade 1) then …