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  1. Hello guys, Technology i used is with c#. I have multiple chart on same page. I want to export all in one click in one pdf no matter if one chart in one page. I did everything. but i am not able to render FCExporter.swf (Attached image.) I already put the javascript for the same and path is also correct. I want same functionality as given in below link. if you give me demo for asp.netc# for above link then it's good. Here below is my div. in divcharts i am rendering charts dynamically on basis of criteria. <div id="divCharts" runat="server" style="width: 90%"> </div> <div id="fcexpDiv"> </div> Here below is my javascript. <script type="text/javascript"> function initiateExport() { myExportComponent.BeginExport(); } </script> <script type="text/javascript"> //Initialize Batch Exporter with DOM Id as fcBatchExporter var myExportComponent = new FusionChartsExportObject("fcBatchExporter", "../FusionCharts/FCExporter.swf"); //Add the charts to queue. The charts are referred to by their DOM Id. myExportComponent.sourceCharts = ['1', '2', '3']; //------ Export Component Attributes ------// //Set the mode as full mode myExportComponent.componentAttributes.fullMode = '1'; //Set saving mode as both. This allows users to download individual charts/ as well as download all charts as a single file. myExportComponent.componentAttributes.saveMode = 'both'; //Show allowed export format drop-down myExportComponent.componentAttributes.showAllowedTypes = '1'; //Cosmetics //Width and height myExportComponent.componentAttributes.width = '350'; myExportComponent.componentAttributes.height = '200'; //Message - caption of export component myExportComponent.componentAttributes.showMessage = '1'; myExportComponent.componentAttributes.message = 'Click on button above to begin export of charts. Then save from here.'; //Render the exporter SWF in our DIV fcexpDiv myExportComponent.Render("fcexpDiv"); </script>