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Code for MSDN article
Posted: Aug 6, 2004 7:16 PM
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The code for my MSDN article "Extending Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Reporting Services with Custom Code". It is a subset of the book code samples so you don't need it if you have already downloaded the book source code.

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Re: Code for MSDN article
Posted: May 11, 2005 6:26 AM   in response to: tlachev in response to: tlachev
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I recently downloaded the latest version of OpenForecast and have been trying to use the new Double Exponential Smoothing model. The program simply exits at the return statement below in the Dataset class. Any idea on why this would happen?

public boolean remove( Object obj )
{
if ( obj == null )
throw new NullPointerException("DataSet does not support null DataPoint objects");

return dataPoints.remove( (DataPoint)obj );
}

tlachev


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Re: Code for MSDN article
Posted: May 12, 2005 1:05 PM   in response to: kdiangel in response to: kdiangel
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Are you passing an input dataset? If you are using the sample report, this should be the case. If you believe that this is an issue with OpenForecast itself, you need to contact the author.

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Re: Code for MSDN article
Posted: May 12, 2005 6:00 PM   in response to: tlachev in response to: tlachev
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Yes, I am passing an input dataset.

I've posted the problem to author. Just wanted to see if anyone here had used the newest version with Double Exponential Smoothing model.

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