Surya

Members
  • Content count

    29
  • Joined

  • Last visited

About Surya

  • Rank
    Forum Member
  1. Hi, I would like to export fusion charts and add it to power point slides at the click of a button. I would be creating the slides using Apache POI. Can you let me know as to how I can save the charts to server disk location, so that I can refer the download path in my Java code to add the chart images to slides.'' Thanks, Surya
  2. Hi Ayan, Please find the attachment containing the chart data source, which I had run in jsfiddle. I would like to set the upper limit of whisker to a smaller value, so that the box plots are viewable. I used the yAxisMaxValue attribute and set it to '100', but I guess it got overridden by the max value of Whisker. Thanks, Surya boxchart.txt
  3. Hi, I am able to use the box and whisker chart and plot the chart. I have a problem, the box isn't visible properly due to higher maximum limit, and hence the box appears very small. I have attached the chart image for your reference. Please let me know if there is any way to trim the upper whisker so that the box plot can be rendered legible enough.
  4. HI, I am able to use your Box and whisker plot perfectly. But there is a specific requirement from my client, to display the Box plot in a horizontal way. Is there any attribute that I can set, to convert the vertical box plot to horizontal one. Please help. Thanks and regards, Suryanarayan
  5. HI, I am able to use your Box and whisker plot perfectly. But there is a specific requirement from my client, to display the Box plot in a horizontal way. Is there any attribute that I can set, to convert the vertical box plot to horizontal one. Please help. Thanks and regards, Suryanarayan
  6. Hi, Thanks for the reply. I am able to save the chart now. But, I've got a new problem, I am refreshing the chart div on a drop-down selection action. And once the chart gets rendered again. The 'Waiting' button refuses to change to 'Save' even after the export is 100% complete. Pls help.
  7. Hi, We are using Fusioncharts XT, and we are trying to implement client-side export in our JSF project. We have followed the method that you have mentioned in your documentation, but we are unable to view the 'Save' button. We tried implementing the server-side export and were able to do it successfully. We have also set the global Flash player settings properly by viewing the previous post regarding this issue. All we get is a javaScript error saying that 'FusionChartsExportObject is undefined'. We are attaching the screenshot of the error,for our viewing.
  8. Hi, We've been using FusionCharts XT for our data analysis. Currently we are able to drill down on data in a 3D Bar Column graph, by selecting a single bar. I would like to know if it is possible to select multiple bars on a single chart, and drill them down together. If yes, please let me know with a sample example Thanks
  9. Please reply if you have any other suggestions with you for this issue. I am still stuck at the same point.
  10. Yes, I have tried. It is not displaying the drill down chart. There is no error displayed. The chart area is blank for the drilled down chart.
  11. I am trying with the latest JS files sent by you in the earlier post. I am still facing the same problem.
  12. Hi, We are not using the DataURL method. We are using the DataString method only to set the XML data for the chart. The XML data for the chart is present in a JSF variable. I am using this line of my code in my XHTML page: myChart.setXMLData("#{visualController.graphOutput}");
  13. Hi, Tried. No good.. We are using pure Javascript functions in our webpage and not the XML embedded type. We are clueless as to why this is not working, as the code remains the same, which was working fine with Fusion Charts V 3.0...
  14. I copied the files into my charts folder. No change, I still get the same error. FYI, I am using the linked chart functionality of fusion charts to implement drill down. I'm able to get the initial chart, but am getting the error in the first level of drill down. The error points out to FusionCharts.js file.... Webpage error details Message: Invalid argument. Line: 76 Char: 261 Code: 0 URI: http://localhost:8080/gmproject/css/FusionCharts.js
  15. Fusion Charts -3.2.2(XT) Browser - IE 8 Os - Windows 7