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folks,

i have started using a small supporing code which can display charts in your web application, and it is called cewolf.

Now, the problem is i have used exactly same JSP tags that are to be used to render a chart, but i couldn't display them.. does anyone have an idea on this cewolf??

please pour in your thoughts

Thanks
 
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Welcome to JavaRanch.

Which problem are you facing exactly? Have you been able to get the tutorial code to run on your machine?
 
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yeah, i have followed the steps given there. But the problem comes in where i want to define my own charts. I have followed the tutorial and i pasted the same code in my application also.. but the chart is not been rendered
 
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So .... that means the JSP is rendered correctly, but the image isn't? Are there any error messages in the server logs?
 
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yes exactly, and there are no error messages too. It is something like this

when i change the parameters to render a new graph, the same old page is being displayed and the changes are not reflected in the new graph
 
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So the image is in fact being rendered, but it's not changing when you change some parameters. How are you changing parameters - is that a change to the JSP page, or in Java code, or someplace else?
 
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