Getting Com Exception when trying to alter excel chart range
Getting Com Exception when trying to alter excel chart range
Getting Com Exception when trying to alter excel chart range
Getting Com Exception when trying to alter excel chart range
Getting Com Exception when trying to alter excel chart range
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Old 03-26-2006, 11:29 AM
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Hi ,

i have the following Problem, i try to greate a an excel chart,
and i get allways an com exception on this line
Code:
 chart.SeriesCollection(1).values = .Range(.Cells(xldata.SPA.Count + 4, 4), .Cells(xldata.SPA.Count + 4, l)).Value
I only have the exception description in german :
Die Values-Eigenschaft des Series-Objektes kann nicht festgelegt werden.
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Not sure...

I would start by using Debug.Print or using a MessageBox.Show() to print out the output of
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.Range(.Cells(xldata.SPA.Count + 4, 4), .Cells(xldata.SPA.Count + 4, l)).Value
that way we can see what string value the code is attempting to assign.

[Edit: Hmmm... actually, since this is an Array, it will be a little tricky to print out... You'll either have to loop through the Array, or it might be easier to have the code Select the Range so that you can see that the range to be assigned is valid.]
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Now i am at work so i dont have the code at the hand, but i know that i have a line of code where it works with an array :
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chart.SeriesCollection(1).values = .range("B4:U4").value
It only doesnt work when i try to make the range dynamic.

When I am at home i will post the whole code, with one chart which works an the other on who didnt

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Hard so say, that syntax generally looks ok...

You might want to do something like this to try to see what is going on:
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MessageBox.Show(xldata.SPA.Count.ToString) Dim rng as Excel.Range rng = .Range(.Cells(xldata.SPA.Count + 4, 4), .Cells(xldata.SPA.Count + 4, l)) MessageBox.Show(rng.Address(External:=True))
This should report what's going on or maybe throw an exception that might be a further clue...
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so the range reported by the message box seems to be ok.

Here is the exception which i get (translated to english by me):
Unhalded COM Exception HRESULT: 0x800A03EC

The Problem is that i must finish the project till wednesday,
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Old 03-27-2006, 10:22 AM
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So here is the code
Code:
Private Sub lbudget(ByRef xlsave As Excel.Application) Dim project As bsubproject Dim i As Integer = 0, k As Integer = 0 Dim asheet As Excel.Worksheet asheet = xlsave.Workbooks(1).Worksheets.Add() Dim cell As Excel.Range With asheet ' I deleted here the code which creates the sheet which the diagram should refer to, would be to much lines ' Charts Dim chart As Excel.Chart Dim charts As Excel.Sheets Dim ns As Excel.Series charts = xlsave.Workbooks(1).Charts ' first chart chart = charts.Add() chart.HasLegend = True chart.PlotBy = XlRowCol.xlRows ns = chart.SeriesCollection.newseries() chart.ChartType = XlChartType.xl3DPieExploded chart.SeriesCollection(1).values = .Range("c4:c" & xldata.SPA.Count + 3).Value ' The following Line also didnt work throwing the same exception ' chart.SeriesCollection(1).XValues = .Range("a4:a" & xldata.SPA.Count + 3).Value chart.HasTitle = True chart.ChartTitle.Text = "Total Labour Cost by Subproject - " chart.Legend.Position = XlLegendPosition.xlLegendPositionBottom ' Second Chart chart = charts.Add() chart.HasLegend = True chart.PlotBy = XlRowCol.xlColumns Dim rng As Excel.Range MessageBox.Show(xldata.SPA.Count.ToString) rng = .Range(.Cells(xldata.SPA.Count + 4, 4), .Cells(xldata.SPA.Count + 4, l)) MessageBox.Show(rng.Address(External:=True)) chart.SeriesCollection(1).Values = .Range(.Cells(xldata.SPA.Count + 4, 4), .Cells(xldata.SPA.Count + 4, l)) chart.SeriesCollection(1).XValues = .Range("C3:U" & l).Value chart.HasTitle = True chart.ChartTitle.Text = "Total Labour Cost by month" chart.Legend.Position = XlLegendPosition.xlLegendPositionBottom chart.SeriesCollection(1).name = "PM" end with end sub

I am Using Office 2003 ( Office 11 Interop) with visual Studio .net 2005 Express Edition

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Hmm...

Ok, so you said that the following works:
Code:
chart.SeriesCollection(1).values = .range("B4:U4").value
So I would do the following:

(1) Re-test that code to make sure that it actually works. If it does, then:

(2) Try the following code:
Code:
Dim rng as Excel.Range rng = .range("B4:U4") chart.SeriesCollection(1).values = rng.Value
(3) If that works, then try:
Code:
Dim rng as Excel.Range rng = .Range(.Cells(xldata.SPA.Count + 4, 4), .Cells(xldata.SPA.Count + 4, l)) chart.SeriesCollection(1).values = rng.Value
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Originally Posted by Mike_R
Hmm...

Ok, so you said that the following works:
Code:
chart.SeriesCollection(1).values = .range("B4:U4").value
So I would do the following:
Tested, works
Quote:
Originally Posted by Mike_R
(1) Re-test that code to make sure that it actually works. If it does, then:

(2) Try the following code:
Code:
Dim rng as Excel.Range rng = .range("B4:U4") chart.SeriesCollection(1).values = rng.Value
Tested, works
Quote:
Originally Posted by Mike_R

(3) If that works, then try:
Code:
Dim rng as Excel.Range rng = .Range(.Cells(xldata.SPA.Count + 4, 4), .Cells(xldata.SPA.Count + 4, l)) chart.SeriesCollection(1).values = rng.Value
Let us know how it goes...
Doesnt Work
Exception :
Die Values-Eigenschaft des Series-Objektes kann nicht festgelegt werden.
Translated with my poor English :
The value property of the series object can't be assigned
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Old 03-27-2006, 11:37 AM
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Ok, that's actually a pretty good result, believe it or not... Still odd, but it is definately progress! I'm beginning to suspect that it's the data within the Range, not the syntax of your calls that is the problem. Let's now try this:
Code:
Dim rng1 As Excel.Range Dim rng2 As Excel.Range rng1 = .Range(.Cells(xldata.SPA.Count + 4, 4), .Cells(xldata.SPA.Count + 4, l)) MessageBox.Show(rng1.Address) ' <-- Let us know what this reports, ok? rng2 = .Range(rng1.Address) ' <-- Sneaky, right? chart.SeriesCollection(1).values = rng.Value
Anyway, the above will probably fail, but let us now:

(1) What is reported by the line 'MessageBox.Show(rng1.Address)'

(2) If/where it fails...

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Old 03-27-2006, 11:38 AM
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I played a little bit around and it seems that i found the problem,
i tested it it when no cell of the range is empty, and prompt i works.
So how can i handle a range which can contain empty cells ?

Edit:
So forgot what i said about empty cell, simply bulls**t, seems that the array cant contain more than 35 values.

So at the moment i add the values of the cells to the chart, the better way would be to give over to the chart the range which contains the values, but i dont know a working way

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Originally Posted by Mike_R
Ok, that's actually a pretty good result, believe it or not... Still odd, but it is definately progress! I'm beginning to suspect that it's the data within the Range, not the syntax of your calls that is the problem. Let's now try this:
Code:
Dim rng1 As Excel.Range Dim rng2 As Excel.Range rng1 = .Range(.Cells(xldata.SPA.Count + 4, 4), .Cells(xldata.SPA.Count + 4, l)) MessageBox.Show(rng1.Address) ' <-- Let us know what this reports, ok? rng2 = .Range(rng1.Address) ' <-- Sneaky, right? chart.SeriesCollection(1).values = rng.Value
Anyway, the above will probably fail, but let us now:

(1) What is reported by the line 'MessageBox.Show(rng1.Address)'
$D$5:$AU$5 right Range
Quote:
Originally Posted by Mike_R
(2) If/where it fails...
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Code:
chart.SeriesCollection(1).Values = rng2.Value
here i get the exception
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The problem is that ChartSeries are actually imported as strings, not, technically as a Range or an Array. What this means is that the Array of values is actually imported as as string, such as: "{1, 2, 3; 4, 5, 6}", where the semicolon ";" acts to separate rows for a 2D array. The problem is that this string is limited to about 255 characters, which is a limatation that can cause all kinds of problems. If your elements average a lot of digits, then the total number of elements that is possible can be relatively small.

But I think that importing your definition as a Range.Address should do the trick. Try the following:
Code:
Dim rng As Excel.Range rng = .Range(.Cells(xldata.SPA.Count + 4, 4), .Cells(xldata.SPA.Count + 4, l)) chart.SeriesCollection(1).values = "=" & rng.Address(External:=True)
I believe the above will work.

Hope, hope...!
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no doesnt work
exception : the value property of the series object cant be assigned

Edited cause i forgot to uncomment to create a new series
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That should have worked...

Could you show all your code as it is currently?
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After all the tries i should clean up my code
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Private Sub lbudget(ByRef xlsave As Excel.Application) Dim project As bsubproject Dim i As Integer = 0, k As Integer = 0 Dim asheet As Excel.Worksheet asheet = xlsave.Workbooks(1).Worksheets.Add() Dim cell As Excel.Range With asheet .Cells.Interior.ColorIndex = 2 .Cells.Interior.Pattern = Excel.XlPattern.xlPatternSolid .Range("A1").Value = "Budget" If rproject.Checked Then ' Total Project Report Dim numberofmonths As Integer Dim l As Integer .Name = "A.1.1" .Range("A1").Value = "Budget Labour Cost by Subproject - " & Me.currency.SelectedItem .Range("C3").Value = "Total" .Range("C3").Font.Bold = True .Range("C3").HorizontalAlignment = Excel.XlHAlign.xlHAlignCenter numberofmonths = (Me.eyear.SelectedItem - Me.syear.SelectedItem) * 12 + 11 For i = 4 To numberofmonths + 4 .Cells("3", i).value = DateAdd(DateInterval.Month, i - 4, DateSerial(Me.syear.SelectedItem, "01", "01")) .Cells("3", i).NumberFormat = "MMM JJJJ" .Cells("3", i).Font.Bold = True .Cells("3", i).HorizontalAlignment = Excel.XlHAlign.xlHAlignCenter Next i = 4 For Each project In xldata.SPB .Range("A" & i).Value = project.name l = DateDiff(DateInterval.Month, DateSerial(Me.syear.SelectedItem, 1, 1), project.startdate) For k = l To l + 17 If Not k > ((Me.eyear.SelectedItem - Me.syear.SelectedItem) * 12) + 11 And Not k < 0 Then .Cells(i, k + 4).value = (project.manmonth(0, k - l) * xldata.hrates(0) * xldata.wdays * xldata.whours + _ project.manmonth(1, k - l) * xldata.hrates(1) * xldata.wdays * xldata.whours + _ project.manmonth(2, k - l) * xldata.hrates(2) * xldata.wdays * xldata.whours + _ project.manmonth(3, k - l) * xldata.hrates(3) * xldata.wdays * xldata.whours + _ project.manmonth(4, k - l) * xldata.hrates(4) * xldata.wdays * xldata.whours) * scur * xldata.getescpermonth(DateAdd(DateInterval.Month, k - l, project.startdate)) End If Next k l = ((Me.eyear.SelectedItem - Me.syear.SelectedItem) * 12) + 11 i += 1 Next project For k = 4 To xldata.SPB.Count + 3 For Each cell In .Range(.Cells(k, 4), .Cells(k, l + 4)) cell.Interior.ColorIndex = 37 If currency.SelectedItem = "EUR" Then cell.NumberFormat = "#.##0€" Else cell.NumberFormat = "#.##0$" End If Next cell .Range("C" & k).Formula = "=summe(Z" & k & "S4:Z" & k & "S" & l + 4 & ")" If currency.SelectedItem = "EUR" Then .Range("c" & k).NumberFormat = "#.##0€" Else .Range("c" & k).NumberFormat = "#.##0$" End If .Range("C" & k).Interior.ColorIndex = 44 Next k i = 3 For Each cell In .Range(.Cells(xldata.SPB.Count + 4, 3), .Cells(xldata.SPB.Count + 4, l + 4)) cell.Value = "=summe(Z4S" & i & ":Z" & xldata.SPB.Count + 3 & "S" & i & ")" cell.Interior.ColorIndex = 44 i += 1 Next cell ' Charts Dim chart As Excel.Chart Dim charts As Excel.Sheets Dim ns As Excel.Series charts = xlsave.Workbooks(1).Charts ' first chart chart = charts.Add() chart.HasLegend = True chart.PlotBy = XlRowCol.xlRows ns = chart.SeriesCollection.newseries() chart.ChartType = XlChartType.xl3DPieExploded chart.SeriesCollection(1).values = .Range("c4:c" & xldata.SPA.Count + 3).Value 'chart.SeriesCollection(1).XValues = .Range("a4:a" & xldata.SPA.Count + 3).Value chart.HasTitle = True chart.ChartTitle.Text = "Total Labour Cost by Subproject - " chart.Legend.Position = XlLegendPosition.xlLegendPositionBottom ' Second Chart chart = charts.Add() chart.HasLegend = True chart.PlotBy = XlRowCol.xlColumns chart.SeriesCollection.newseries() Dim rng1 As Excel.Range Dim rng2 As Excel.Range 'chart.SeriesCollection(1).values = bla 'chart.SeriesCollection.add(source:=.Range(.Cells(xldata.SPA.Count + 4, 4), .Cells(xldata.SPA.Count + 4, l))) rng1 = .Range(.Cells(xldata.SPA.Count + 4, 4), .Cells(xldata.SPA.Count + 4, l)) 'MessageBox.Show(rng1.Address) rng2 = .Range(rng1.Address) 'chart.SeriesCollection(1).Values = .Range(.Cells(xldata.SPA.Count + 4, 4), .Cells(xldata.SPA.Count + 4, l)).Value rng1 = .Range(.Cells(xldata.SPA.Count + 4, 4), .Cells(xldata.SPA.Count + 4, l)) chart.SeriesCollection(1).values = "=!" & rng1.Address(External:=True) 'chart.SeriesCollection(1).XValues = .Range("C3:U" & l).Value 'If currency.SelectedItem = "EUR" Then ' chart.Axes(Excel.XlAxisType.xlValue).ticklabels.numberformat = "#.##0 €" 'Else ' chart.Axes(Excel.XlAxisType.xlValue).ticklabels.numberformat = "#.##0 $" 'End If chart.HasTitle = True chart.ChartTitle.Text = "Total Labour Cost by month" chart.Legend.Position = XlLegendPosition.xlLegendPositionBottom chart.SeriesCollection(1).name = "PM"
so this time the code includes the code which generates the chart
dont wonder at the bottom i cutted the else part of
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I think your line here:
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chart.SeriesCollection(1).values = "=!" & rng1.Address(External:=True)
should be:
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chart.SeriesCollection(1).values = "=" & rng1.Address(External:=True)
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that have i tested before i posted the code.

if i try to add a new series with

Code:
chart.seriescollection.add(rng1)
It works but i cant add then any description for the axes, if i run it something like this i get weird results
Code:
chart.seriescollection.add(rng1,system.reflection.missing.value,rng2)
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Unfortunately, I don't know what is wrong at this point.

Our last attempt should have worked... I have put out a request to some other Excel experts to see if they have any thoughts on this. If they do, I'm sure they will post.

Sorry we couldn't do better, but maybe someone else will have an idea to help get you past this...

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So finally it seems i got it, the simplest way seems to be the working one :-)
So here come my code which is working :

Code:
' Charts Dim chart As Excel.Chart Dim charts As Excel.Sheets Dim ns As Excel.Series charts = xlsave.Workbooks(1).Charts ' first chart chart = charts.Add() chart.PlotBy = XlRowCol.xlRows chart.Name = .Name & "Chart by subproject" chart.Tab.ColorIndex = Me.chcolorindex ns = chart.SeriesCollection(chart.SeriesCollection.count) ns.Values = "=" & .Name & "!Z4S3:Z" & xldata.SPA.Count + 3 & "S3" ns.XValues = "=" & .Name & "!Z4S1:Z" & xldata.SPA.Count + 3 & "S1" ns.HasDataLabels = True ns.HasLeaderLines = True ns.chart.HasTitle = True chart.ChartTitle.Text = "Total Labour Cost by Subproject" chart.Legend.Position = XlLegendPosition.xlLegendPositionBottom chart.ChartType = XlChartType.xl3DPieExploded chart.HasLegend = True ' Second Chart chart = charts.Add() chart.Name = .Name & " Chart by month" chart.Tab.ColorIndex = Me.chcolorindex chart.PlotBy = XlRowCol.xlColumns ns = chart.SeriesCollection(chart.SeriesCollection.count) ns.Values = "=" & .Name & "!Z" & xldata.SPA.Count + 4 & "S4:Z" & xldata.SPA.Count + 4 & "S" & l + 4 ns.XValues = "=" & .Name & "!Z3S4:Z3S" & l + 4 ns.Interior.ColorIndex = 3 chart.HasTitle = True chart.ChartTitle.Text = "Total Labour Cost by month" chart.HasLegend = False
What i also now know is that you must declare first the series and then set the chart type if you set the chart type first it wont work.

So only one problem left, an easier one i hope :
How can i set at a pie chart that it should display the value for each pie as percentage, didnt found it yet

Thank your for your great Help, seems that tonight i can better sleep then yesterday
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Glad you're doing better! Although, I really don't understand why your method of constructing the Range Address is working, while Rng.Address(External:=True) isn't... It doesn't really make sense... But I'm glad you finally got it going well enough.

As for Pie Charts, Jon Peltier is the Excel Chart Master. See the following:

Excel Pie Charts (Jon Peltier)

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