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How to find web hosting that meets my requirements?

I was going to use the asp.net charting with Visual Studios 2008 but GoDaddy hosting does not support the charting cause they won't install the component.

So what are my options for charting/graphs for data? Looking for free if possible.

Is Telerix the best?

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Find a better host. – asawyer May 26 '12 at 21:49
just place the correct dll inside your bin. – Aristos May 26 '12 at 23:21

If you are using Microsoft ASP.Net Charting, then you don't need to install that components. Only that DLL files must exist in your bin directory.

I worked on a project, where I used ASP.net charting. Mine was shared hosting and I hope yours is also on a shared host. I just copied the required DLL into the bin directory and it started working.

Otherwise you can do one thing: You can change the build property of the reference as copy to local before publishing.

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Google has some basic charting, and requires no installation at your host. Unless they have enhanced them a lot lately, they are basic charts in lots of styles. The price is right, anyway.


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