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  1. Error Logs

    Will there be a way to limit what is written to the ULS and SharePoint list error logs? We have hundreds of charts across lots of different pages in a manufacturing environment to create Kiosk views of our data. Due to the way manufacturing is there are frequent occurrences of zero data returned to a chart - this is NOT an error, it is a known event and when tracking rejected materials that actually is a good thing. The issue is that Collabion is flagging all zero data return events as an error into both the ULS and SharePoint error list. This is causing us great stress especially in the SharePoint list where that is growing at a rate of thousands of entries per week. Is anyone else seeing a similar issue and what are you doing to get ahead of this? I would love for a way to limit what Collabion is writing out in the error logs but short of this any other suggestions? Clearing out a list that has several hundred thousand entries is painful and the lists are growing at a exponential rate. Thanks, Andy
  2. I'm having difficulties with connecting Collabion Charts to an Oracle DB, and I'm hoping I can get some help here as I like this product a lot, and so do my superiors I researched all the other forum content here in regard to Collabion/Oracle. I've installed the Oracle 11G client on both my Web and App servers (as I was not sure how Collabion would be routed to connect to the Oracle DB). Do I need to install on the SQL server? I would prefer to connect to the server directly in the web part, but it only asks for the server, username and PW which I understand will not allow a connection, but one of the forum posts I read here suggested to connect via putting a string in the server field such as: (Description=(Address_List=(Address=(Protocol=TCP)(Host=[serverName])(Port=1523)))(Connect_Data=(Service_Name=[service Name])(Instance_Name=[Your instance name]))) I tried the following and was not successful: (Description=(Address_List=(Address=(Protocol=TCP)(Host=X.X.X.X)(Port=1523)))(Connect_Data=(SID=CDW10B)) After install of the 11G client, I've managed to connect to the Oracle DB in question via the MS ODBC Data Sources (64bit) connection on each of those two servers. Also, our Oracle consultant was able to connect via the command prompt. I can connect to the Oracle DB in Collabion Charts via inputting a connection string, but no queries work (either they get a "Arithmetic operation resulted in an overflow" or an "ERROR [HYT00} {Oracle][ODBC}[Ora] ORA-01013: user requested cancel of current operation" Am I doing something wrong with the above material? I would definitely be grateful for assistance on this!
  3. Hi all, We have set up a dashboard with charts rendering from a list on the sharepoint site, the dashboard has 6 charts and are taking up to 40+ seconds to render. We are using sharepoint 2010. To give a brief intro, the source list contains approximately 1500 rows which is a very low volume. The charts perform aggregation based grouped fields which is standard and there are little or no calculated fields. We have tried indexing key fields and using views, but still no improvement. Any ideas/solutions would be greatly appreciated :-) Thanks