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  2. I switched away from FC to HighCharts web-charting several years ago as FC could not plot directly from .CSV (an essential requirement) But we are interested in the rel. straightforward) Server Side Export features of FC) I have too much sunk cost in HC to switch back charting completely to FC, but do you have any examples of combining FC Export Server with HighCharts/Maps to autoproduce .PDF, .JPG (or other format) versions of HighCharts & HighMaps rendered on a webpage. If I recall, FC just required a few extra lines of js/chart code on the client side to enable sever-side export - could such a system work with HighCharts chart code ? Any working examples of combining HighCharts on client side with FC Chart export on the Server Side ?
  3. I am trying below code for exporting chart data in excel having chart+data in trial version of FusionChart. but acing below error Error TS2307: Cannot find module 'path'. Code I am using is below. I have tried all combination which you can see in commented tags below. import * as path from 'path'; // const path = require('path'); // Require FusionExport // const { ExportManager, ExportConfig } = require('../'); // Instantiate ExportManager const exportManager = new ExportManager(); // Instantiate ExportConfig and add the required configurations const exportConfig = new ExportConfig(); // __dirname = path.resolve(path.dirname('')); // __dirname = path.resolve(); exportConfig.set('chartConfig', path.join( path.resolve(), 'resources')); // provide the export config exportManager.export(exportConfig, '.', true).then((exportedFiles) => { exportedFiles.forEach(file => console.log(file)); }).catch((err) => { console.log(err); });