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Thu Nov 17, 2011 1:38 am

I have a .php page installed on my website at . I have included the scripts shown below in the code on this page. I am trying to include the use of a libchart.php file that is located in a sub-directory that is also located in the iChip folder, but from the error messages I am getting on the server side, it appears I don't have the path to this libchart.php file correct in the syntax. Therfore it isn't creating the line chart that the libchart.php file is suppose to create on the web page.

Can anyone look at the error messages shown on my sebsite page and this script code and tell me what I am doing wrong?

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<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" 
<html xmlns="">

<meta content="text/html" charset="utf-8" http-equiv="refresh" content="150" />

$myFile = "include-2.txt";
$fh = fopen($myFile, 'r');
$theData = fread($fh, filesize($myFile));
echo "<br />";
echo "<br />";
$temperature_array[0] = "50";
$temperature_array[1] = "55";
$temperature_array[2] = "60";
$temperature_array[3] = "65";
echo "TemperaturePoint0 - " . $temperature_array[0] . "<br />";
echo "TemperaturePoint1 - " . $temperature_array[1] . "<br />";
echo "TemperaturePoint2 - " . $temperature_array[2] . "<br />";
echo "TemperaturePoint3 - " . $temperature_array[3] . "<br />";
echo "Current temperature is " . $theData . " degrees F";
include ('/libchart/classes/libchart.php');

	$chart = new LineChart(500, 250);

	$serie1 = new XYDataSet();
	$serie1->addPoint(new Point("06-01", 273));
	$serie1->addPoint(new Point("06-02", 421));
	$serie1->addPoint(new Point("06-03", 642));
	$serie1->addPoint(new Point("06-04", 799));
	$serie1->addPoint(new Point("06-05", 1009));
	$serie1->addPoint(new Point("06-06", 1106));
	$serie2 = new XYDataSet();
	$serie2->addPoint(new Point("06-01", 280));
	$serie2->addPoint(new Point("06-02", 300));
	$serie2->addPoint(new Point("06-03", 212));
	$serie2->addPoint(new Point("06-04", 542));
	$serie2->addPoint(new Point("06-05", 600));
	$serie2->addPoint(new Point("06-06", 850));
	$dataSet = new XYSeriesDataSet();
	$dataSet->addSerie("Product 1", $serie1);
	$dataSet->addSerie("Product 2", $serie2);
	$chart->setTitle("Sales for 2006");



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Mon Jan 09, 2012 6:02 pm

remove the / in the include function. make it just like this

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something like that. And, please check your directory structure. check where did you put your file.

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