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problem in displaying applet by using dynamic graphics

Hi,

I followed one document for using dynamic graphics editor, the url is

/people/abesh.bhattacharjee/blog/2007/02/27/get-started-with-dynamic-graphics-in-xmii-115 by Abesh Bhattacharjee.

The steps are as follows:

1). Create the tag query

2). Preparing the 3DDialGauge Object

3). Creating the BLS Transaction

4). Creating an Xacute Query for the BLS Transaction

5). Creating the HTML Page with help of applet.

In this HTML page we get that image and also 2 buttons.

Finally we have to get the object designed in step 2 above and it has to change dynamically and refresh the image by pressing one buttons and the other button is to stop the refresh.

Now i am getting the image and 2 buttons as output of that HTML page but the problem is the image is getting refreshed continously without getting proper display and i am pressing the buttons it is not stopping the refresh and the warning message i am getting is

document.TransFanSpeed is null or not an object

and the object is not changing according to the dynamic value please can anyone help me in resolving this problem.

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    Posted on Aug 27, 2007 at 08:40 AM

    hi,

    see to that u have give the name of the applet as TransFanSpeed,

    regards,

    shyam

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