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I am trying to use the chart object provided in vs 2010.
Specifically, I am trying to use the chart object to create a web part.
I noticed that the chart object did not appear in the toolbox when I opened it. I found a link that suggested I run an install program to add the chart object in. I now have the chart object appearing in the toolbox, but when I attempt to
drag it onto the form I keep getting messages about "Error Creating Control" - Object reference not set to an instance of an object.
Where should I go from here? Is the chart a bit unstable? Do I need to reinstall from elsewhere?
I am using XML in getting client data in 3-tier architecture, using XDocument in passing XML among layers.
But when I use it in inserting this XML in XDocument, it throws the following error:
No mapping exists from object type System.Xml.Linq.XDocument to a known managed provider native type.
I am using the following code, it throws the exception at the bold line: