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  1. Hi, We recently upgraded to FusionCharts v3.11.3 from v3.4. For chart type "ssgrid", I was now seeing the caption property is honored on the chart, but previously it was not showing me the caption. I guess this is an improvement from Fusion end. Could someone please confirm this and also the version in which it was improved? Regards, Mayank
  2. Hi, we're trying to load a page with 3 sets of Pie Charts and associated Grid Charts. After upgrading from 3.3.1 to 3.11.2, the pie charts now render okay, but the associated Grid Charts are stuck at "Loading Chart. Please wait." Checking the chart object with the javascript console: The state object reports:dataAvailable: true dataReady: undefined dataSetDuringConstruction: true rendering: true hasRendered() returns false If I call .render() on the chart, all 3 of the "stuck" grid charts render properly, but the chart I called render() on throws 2 errors: fusioncharts.js:456 Error: <tspan> attribute dy: Expected length, "NaN". fusioncharts.js:70 Uncaught DesignTimeError: #25081843 WebUrlsReportsGrid.render Error >> #25081843:IECompatibility() Chart Id is same as a JavaScript variable name. Variable naming error. Please use unique name forchart JS variable, chart-id and container id. Anyone have any ideas so I don't have to manually call "render" to get these to load? Elsewhere, we're using Grid Charts and even with the new version, these charts render properly automatically. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Spencer P.S. Chart Data: <chart bordercolor="FFFFFF" listrowdividercolor="666666" listrowdividerthickness="1" listrowdivideralpha="0.15" colorboxwidth="12" colorboxheight="12" colorboxpadding="4" valuecolumnpadding="4" alternaterowbgcolor="FFFFFF" numberitemsperpage="5" formatnumberscale="0" showvalues="0" showborder="0" bgalpha="100" bgcolor="FFFFFF" canvasborderthickness="0" canvasbgcolor="E1E1E1" plotbordercolor="FFFFFF" plotborderthickness="0" showplotborder="0" palettecolors="F7BD01,AED9FB,8ABD00,FF903E,008E90,D94543,904391,57861C,B2AC00,008CD9,9E0300" showalternatehgridcolor="false"> <set label=" " value="0.04" /> <set label=" " value="0.01" /> <set label=" " value="0.01" /> <set label=" " value="0.01" /> <set label=" " value="0.01" /> <set label=" " value="0.01" /> <set label=" " value="0.01" /> <set label=" " value="0.01" /> <set label=" " value="0.01" /> <set label=" " value="0.01" /> </chart>"
  3. XML issues with Internet Explorer

    Hi We have a situation a piece of code works well in Chrome, Safari & Mozilla, but behaves differently in Internet Explorer. The code is in PHP with rendering of the SSGRID in Java Script. We have a Drop down with various data and based on the selection (Onchange event - Ajax code), the SSGRID displays the data for that criteria. The code is on DataURL method which is coded in a separate PHP which creates a XML file and the same is used by the parent PHP code to display the Grid. When you select new data in the Dropdown, the chart displays and when you reselect the past selected option the XML parsing happens but does not create the XML file. But the xmlhttp.readyState and xmlhttp.status are valid. Any idea what could be the issue here. Regards, Prakash
  4. Formatting text in SSGrid

    Hi, I am trying to format some text in an SSGrid and seem to be missing something. The code I am using is below. Can anyone point out what I am doing wrong. Ultimately I want to use html in the label to create a hyperlink, does anyone have an example of this? Thanks <script type="text/javascript"> <!-- var myChart = new FusionCharts("SSGrid", "myChartId", "400", "400", "0"); myChart.setXMLData("<chart caption='Staffing Report - Summary' xAxisName='' yAxisName='' baseFontSize='10' colorBoxWidth='0' colorBoxHeight='0' numberItemsPerPage='5' plotGradientColor=' ' > <set label='Closed' tooltext='Closed' value='5' /> <set label='Today' tooltext='Today' value='3' /> <styles> <definition> <style name='mystyle' type='font' underline='1' color='FF0000' isHTML='1' /> </definition> <application> <apply toObject='datalabels' styles='mystyle' /> </application> </styles>< /chart>"); myChart.render("chartContainer"); // --> </script>