I have a good answer for this that would potentially help a lot of people out. But put on hold by one admin. Just because YOU don't know doesn't mean someone else doesn't. I really think this site needs better checks and balances. I find that it is SUPER ANNOYING (yes all CAPS) that one person can put a question on hold with no intervention without even making a comment. Really makes me want to use another SE site that has better mod reactions... long time user here rather annoyed.
This was closed by one of the four moderators here. Moderators can close questions on their own.
It wasn't closed because it can't be answered. It was closed as off-topic because it's a troubleshooting question specific to one website and is not likely to help any future visitors.
You are more than welcome to edit this question to improve it. Changing the subject to "What is JpGraph error: 25107" would be a good start. Other people that encounter that error would benefit from an explanation of what it means.
Blankip, I agree with you. AFAICT, the moderators here have a very precise (but not well-explained) vision of what questions they want to see, and they are willing to expend a lot of effort keeping it that way. If you have a webmaster question outside of those parameters (and there are many), you should move to a different SE. In your particular case, SuperUser is a good bet for solving error messages.
In this meta similar to yours, a question about local SO is simultaneously disparaged as too general (and therefore duplicate of existing SO questions) AND as too specific (and therefore insufficiently useful to other readers). The Catch 22 is strong in this SE.