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miguel_pena

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Posted - 18 Apr 2006 :  16:50:22  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I need to know how to use a meter graph into visual basic 6. I need to know whow can i pass a recordset to a meter graph.

Thanks in advaned

I'm new in this.

Miguel Pena

quinncurtis

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Posted - 18 Apr 2006 :  18:10:49  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
The example programs that come with the commercial version of the software show how to update the meter from VB.

Are you using the commercial version of the software, or are you trying to use the demo you can download from our web sit? The demo is not really a trial version that you can program. It can only operate in a simulated data mode.
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miguel_pena

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Posted - 27 Apr 2006 :  09:38:09  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I have the WIN-VB-200 commercial version. I need a simple example.

Thanks in advanced

MP


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Originally posted by quinncurtis

The example programs that come with the commercial version of the software show how to update the meter from VB.

Are you using the commercial version of the software, or are you trying to use the demo you can download from our web sit? The demo is not really a trial version that you can program. It can only operate in a simulated data mode.




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quinncurtis

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Posted - 27 Apr 2006 :  14:35:57  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
If you are using the VB version of the Real-Time Graphics Tools for Windows (WIN-VB-200), you are posting in the wrong forum. This is the forum for our ActiveX controls.

We don't have an examples that use recordsets, because our software is completely independent of tables and databases. It is assumed that any programmer using VB RecordSet objects knows how to read data into, and out of that structure. Once you can read the data out of a RecordSet structure it is trivial to place the data in a VB array and call our WRUpdateData function, passing in the array with the data.

The WIN-VB-200 software includes many meter examples programs, including NMeter, PieMeter and ArcMeter, SCADA and EKG. These are referenced in the manual in the Functions Reference - WRSetMeter, WRSetArcMeter, WRSetPieMeter.


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