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  1. Hi, I am rendering my chart on back end (, i cannot make it works on back end using --> timeSeries.AddAttribute("chart", "{theme:'candy'}") Meanwhile, i do not know how to properly define on javascript using 'beforerender' event and setChartAttribute , its still stick to fusion theme and not get the candy theme to be render out, i don't know which part is wrong. Please help urgently! setTimeout(function () { FusionCharts.items["particlecounter_1k_chart"].addEventListener("beforerender", function (ev) { FusionCharts.items["particlecounter_1k_chart"].setChartAttribute("theme", "candy"); console.log(ev); }); }, 1000); Regards, Hooi Thin
  2. Hi All, I am here to get help on how to rearrange the order for the legend on fusion time chart. For eg: Legend D,F,A,E,B,C and i would like to rearrange them to A,B,C,D,E,F I have tried reverseLegend but couldnt get it to work. timeSeries.AddAttribute("legend", "{enabled:'1',reverseLegend:'1'}") - I cannot find any documentation for this attribute, can anyone help me pls? Thanks in advance!
  3. Hi, I am using fusion time with and MySQL database to populate the time series chart, i would like to allow user to pick desired date within 5 weeks on the custom range selector (calendar control), and i am using for loop at the back end to retrieve the huge data from database so it definitely will consume long time to render the chart (around 1 minute), just want to ask any advise if any other method to populate the json string to load the chart in fast? Thanks! Using client As WebClient = New WebClient() schema = ("[{name:'SensorName',type:'string'}, {name: 'Time',type:'date', format:'%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S %p'}, {name:'Particle Counter Value',type:'number'}] ") selectPCounter = " SELECT * FROM tbtestdata where sampledate >= '2020-12-24' AND sampledate <= '2021-01-27' " Dim dt As New DataTable dt = conn.query(selectPCounter) If dt.Rows.Count > 0 Then data.Append("[") For i As Integer = 0 To dt.Rows.Count - 1 If i <> dt.Rows.Count - 1 Then data.Append("['" + dt.Rows(i)("SensorName").ToString + "','" + dt.Rows(i)("SampleDate").ToString + " " + dt.Rows(i)("SampleTime").ToString + "'," + "'" + dt.Rows(i)("SampleValue").ToString + "'],") Else data.Append("['" + dt.Rows(i)("SensorName").ToString + "','" + dt.Rows(i)("SampleDate").ToString + " " + dt.Rows(i)("SampleTime").ToString + "'," + "'" + dt.Rows(i)("SampleValue").ToString + "']]") End If Next End If End Using Dim fusionTable As FusionTable = New FusionTable(schema, data.ToString) Dim timeSeries As TimeSeries = New TimeSeries(fusionTable) timeSeries.AddAttribute("caption", "{ text:'Particle Counter' }") timeSeries.AddAttribute("subcaption", "{text:'Daily'}") timeSeries.AddAttribute("chart", "{exportEnabled:'1'}") timeSeries.AddAttribute("yAxis", "[{plot: {value: 'Particle Counter Value',type:'line'},title: 'PC', series: 'SensorName' }]") Dim chart As Chart = New Chart("timeseries", "first_chart", "1600", "700", "json", timeSeries) ltChart.Text = chart.Render()