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startActivity error for Android graph view

 
bd tuhin
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hi all,

I have a code but it doesn't work ! can you please help me on it? it will show graph in android field. but startActivity doesn't properly !! can anyone help me please ?

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int DataCnt = 6;
SortedData[][] //This is an 2D array
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[[FASTWEB-2012, -66, 0], [FASTWEB-1-001CA2B8E818, -85, 0], [FASTWEB-2012, -66, 5], [FASTWEB-1-001CA2B8E818, -85, 5], [FASTWEB-2012, -66, 10], [FASTWEB-1-001CA2B8E818, -85, 10]]
TerminalCount[][] ////This is an 2D array
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[[FASTWEB-2012, 3], [FASTWEB-1-001CA2B8E818, 3]]


XYMultipleSeriesDataset dataset = new XYMultipleSeriesDataset();
XYMultipleSeriesRenderer mRenderer = new XYMultipleSeriesRenderer();

switch (TermDimenSnRow) //suppose I have TermDimenSnRow = 2
{
case 1:
break;

case 2:
TimeSeries series2 = new TimeSeries("WiFi 1");
TimeSeries series3 = new TimeSeries("WiFi 2");
for( int i2 = 0; i2 < DataCnt; i2++)
{
if(TerminalCount[0][0].equals(SortedData[i2][0]))
{
int WifiRSSIVal = (Integer.parseInt(String.valueOf(SortedData[i2][1])));
int WifiTimeVal = (Integer.parseInt(String.valueOf(SortedData[i2][2])));
series2.add(WifiRSSIVal, WifiTimeVal);
}
}
for( int i3 = 0; i3 < DataCnt; i3++)
{
if(TerminalCount[1][0].equals(SortedData[i3][0]))
{
int WifiRSSIVal = (Integer.parseInt(String.valueOf(SortedData[i3][1])));
int WifiTimeVal = (Integer.parseInt(String.valueOf(SortedData[i3][2])));
series3.add(WifiRSSIVal, WifiTimeVal);
}
}
dataset.addSeries(series2);
XYSeriesRenderer renderer2 = new XYSeriesRenderer();
mRenderer.addSeriesRenderer(renderer2);

dataset.addSeries(series3);
XYSeriesRenderer renderer3 = new XYSeriesRenderer();
mRenderer.addSeriesRenderer(renderer3);
break;
case 3:
break;
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case 10:
break;

Intent intent = ChartFactory.getLineChartIntent(context, dataset, mRenderer, "Graph 1");
this.startActivity(intent); //I have tried here by this (startActivity(intent))
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Darryl Burke
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Moved from 'Java in General'
 
Monu Tripathi
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What is the exception that you are getting?
 
Tim Moores
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While you didn't tell us what the problem is (no, "startActivity doesn't properly" does not tell us anything), looking at the class names it seems that you are trying to use the JFree library; is that correct? If so, it's not going to work, because JFree uses lots of AWT classes that don't exist on Android.
 
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