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Published on 08 February 2013 by Lisbon Information Systems

[Google Charts on a Spring by LxIS] Discussion

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It's protected by intellectual properties, is it supposed?
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No it is not.
We will shortly submit a new version without IPP.
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Just run it through IPP on the network and don't fill an activation code.
It will remove the IPP
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Thanks Joop.

Version 1.0.2 has no IPP, enjoy :) 
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Hi, is there a reason why this solution includes a load of the system components? I've just installed it, but it downgrades a whole bunch of stuff like Rich Widgets, System and more - surely all these should be left as they are? It creates a load of extra work as I then have to work through all the extensions and eSpaces to manually find what it's downgraded, and manually publish 'older' versions which actually have a higher version number.

Hopefully this can be sorted for next time, so it can be much more easily used.

Thanks for the solution, I hope it will help on our projects, but need to be able to deploy it without it affecting the other installed components and eSpaces.
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Hi Ian,

Thanks trying our component and for pointing that out!
We just released a new version that no longer includes the dependencies with the solution.

Please let us know of any further suggestions for improvement.

We want to make this component as useful and easy to use as we possibly can.
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Hi, I just tried downloading the latest version of your solution following your change to disconnect it from the system components. Unfortunately, your solution still contains the Users eSpace and a whole load of other stuff, so your solution downgraded loads of stuff from v7 to v6 users, and every eSpace on my system needs republishing after I go through and get every extension and eSpace back to where it was before the solution was installed.

I don't want to seem ungrateful, but this is a nightmare - it'll take me half an hour just to get back to where I was!

Surely the solution should contain nothing other than your own eSpaces and extensions?
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Hi Iain,

I'm sorry you're having these problems with our component. We welcome any constructive criticism, as it leads us to a higher standard of usefulness for the component.

We further cleaned up the solution's dependencies and published a new version in which we included a few other small fixes.

Thanks,
Jorge
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Hi, thanks for the new version,

it has IPP, can you submit a version without IPP?


Thanks,
Nuno André
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Hi Nuno,

I updated the lastest version with the community IPP. Enjoy!

Thanks,
Jorge
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Hi there,
I'm evaluating this charts and i'm having an "Uncaught TypeError: Cannot call method 'attr' of null".
It happens in  $.ajax({url: $(chartDivId).attr("data-url").
With the help of the debug, the name of the chartDivId starts with a '#'.
I am creating my own charts with the help of the example espace.

Thanks in advance :)
João Sousa
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João Sousa wrote:
Problem solved.
I had a previous version of the scriptaculous.js that was getting in the way.

Hi there,
I'm evaluating this charts and i'm having an "Uncaught TypeError: Cannot call method 'attr' of null".
It happens in  $.ajax({url: $(chartDivId).attr("data-url").
With the help of the debug, the name of the chartDivId starts with a '#'.
I am creating my own charts with the help of the example espace.

Thanks in advance :)
João Sousa