SPCChartAreaCtrl1 ActiveX component

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  • SPCChartAreaCtrl1 ActiveX component

    I don't have any code to show for this yet, but I have been playing around a bit with this activex component made by Wilcox. There seems to be very little info on this component. It doesn't seem to be the same chart object used in Hyper-view.

    I've loaded it up into a VB.net Form and played around with it. It has some built in Demo data so you can get some idea of what it can do. So before I fool with it anymore I have two questions.

    1. Is this a release specific object, in other words, is it going to disappear in a future release of PCDMIS?

    2. Is there any documentation on this object?

  • #2
    Don't know. I just opened the one in my 3.7 folder and it is version 1.0. My 3.2 and 3.5 folders do not have this .ocx.
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    • #3
      No documentation. Used internally by the CNC controls. Should look similar to Datapage/Dataview charts.

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      • #4
        I'm thinking maybe it unloaded from my DataPage install. The 'About' property says its from Wilcox.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by kneislyd View Post
          I'm thinking maybe it unloaded from my DataPage install. The 'About' property says its from Wilcox.
          Looks a lot like Datapage. On my PC though it is in the PCDMIS folder and I have not installed Datapage. I thought it had something to do with it when I looked at it after you mentioned it. What have you done with it so far?
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          • #6
            Originally posted by SABarber View Post
            No documentation. Used internally by the CNC controls. Should look similar to Datapage/Dataview charts.
            It does, It has a property that will switch between the Datapage look and Dataview look.

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            • #7
              Well, so far I've been able to reference it from within a VB.net 2005 project. Created some radio buttons that when pressed cause the chart to switch between the various chart types (run time, histogram etc). Added a button that when pressed causes the 'About' window of the control to pop-up. So basically I know I can interact with it.

              Based on what I see in the Object browser I ought to be able to pass measurement data into it and tell it to calculate standard deviation, cpk, ppk or whatever.

              When I get a little further I'll report it here.

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