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    Making gifs

    Hi there,
    I'm having trouble when I am using a table to create a gif file of a chart in xml. The error I get is "Index is outside the bounds of the array". I'm thinking it might be because the table is too large, having over 195,000 rows and 6 columns of information. However when I try the same process on the same table but with only 158,000 entries, it works. Please if anyone has any insight it would be very much appreciated. Please correct me if my thinking is wrong as well. Eventually, I would like this function I have to eventually create charts from a table that has 345,000 entries. Thanks for your time.

    Cullen

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    Hiya Jenghun, welcome to the forums.

    Do you have any code we could look at, or maybe a link to your test site? Thanks.
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    index out of bounds usually means that a field in your array is empty. most likely, since you're retrieving data from a database, one of the fields (between 158,000 and 195,000) is empty. u just have to make sure u handle the empty field before u put it into the array. put in a zero or something. hope that helps, difficult to tell cos u didn't give enough info



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