Set myobj = server.CreateObject("PEGOG.PegogCtrl.1")
myobj.MainTitle = "Hello Internet"
myobj.SubTitle = ""
myobj.PrepareImages = True
myobj.Subsets = 4
myobj.Points = 12
for i = 0 to 3
for j = 0 to 11
myobj.YData(i,j) = 5 + Rnd(20)
Set myobj = Nothing
Using NotePad, create another file called "MyFirst.asp" and enter the corresponding code shown to the left.
Again, save this file into your web server's local root directory as you did with "MyFirst.htm".
Note the entire contents of "MyFirst.asp" are within <% ... %> tags.
"MyFirst.asp" contains ASP code (VBScript) which creates a ProEssentials component via the CreateObject method. CreateObject's only argument is a ClassID. In this case, PEGOE.Pegoectrl.1 is the ClassID for the ProEssentials Graph Object. Note, Standard users use PEGOGSTE.PegogStdCtrl.1
Next, the code sets the control's MainTitle and SubTitle properties.
Next, Subsets and Points properties are set and define the amount of data the control will contain.
Then, a nested for-next loop passes 48 random data points into the YData(s,p) two dimensional property array.
Next, FontSize is set to 0 which denotes large font. You will likely use our ProEssentials ASP Include file and then prototype your ASP code within Visual Basic. This lets you copy and paste your Visual Basic code directly into an ASP page because the include file holds the declarations for property enumerations.