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My opinions: It does not use chaining. Is it a big issue? Not a big issue, but it does make it harder for others to use. Once a style gets implemented, people start to expect it, and when it doesn't work, some throw out your work as "broken". People don't read documentation. Every property and function is exposed publicly. (Example: width, ...


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If you are using flowcharts, then you can have 3 separate flowcharts. 1 to represent the overall view showing the decision that leads to initiating the service in the 2 different ways you say you have in your case. The other two diagrams will detail the process in each scenario. Flow charting is a loose technique with hardly any rules beyond what the shapes ...


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You are in the land of "depends" I tend to favor client side reporting. However if it takes longer to transfer the data points then your in sever land. There is no standard answer. For smaller data sets client side is fine and common. No real performance concerns with small data sets other then off loading chart generation to the client (browser) means ...


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