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Guest Sumedh

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Please refer the following link for more information:

http://docs.fusioncharts.com/charts/contents/?guide-for-web-developers/csnet/CS_BasicExample.html

 

In the same way, you would need to provide pre-defined XML data format (chart specific) to the chart.

 

You would need to provide 'DragNode. swf' and 'DragNode' chart XML file in the project.

 

Also, following .js files you would need to add in your project:

FusionCharts.js

FusionCharts.HC.js

FusionCharts.HC.PowerCharts.js

jquery.min.js

 

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Thanks for your reply.

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Please refer the following link for more information:

http://docs.fusionch...sicExample.html

 

In the same way, you would need to provide pre-defined XML data format (chart specific) to the chart.

 

You would need to provide 'DragNode. swf' and 'DragNode' chart XML file in the project.

 

Also, following .js files you would need to add in your project:

FusionCharts.js

FusionCharts.HC.js

FusionCharts.HC.PowerCharts.js

jquery.min.js

 

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Guest Sumedh

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You can export your charts as images. By allowing you to export as PDFs as well, and also lets you choose whether to export the charts at client-side or server-side.

 

The entire FusionCharts export process is a multi-step process involving various elements, including:

 

> The chart itself - This is the SWF file that you embed in your page to generate the chart.

The chart is responsible to take its own snapshot so that further processes can take place.

 

> FusionCharts JavaScript class (FusionCharts.js) - The JavaScript class used to embed the chart.

 

> FusionCharts Export Handlers (Server-side)- In case of server-side export, these server-side scripts accept and convert the bitmap snapshot of charts into images/PDFs.

 

> FusionCharts Export Component (Client-side) - In case of client-side export, FusionCharts Export Component accepts the bitmap snapshot of chart and converts into the required export format.

 

> FusionCharts Export Component JavaScript class (FusionChartsExportComponent.js) - This JavaScript class helps you initiate the FusionCharts Export Component object

and to set the JavaScript communication channel between the chart and FusionCharts Export Component. It has additional logic for cross-browser compatibility and error handling.

 

Please refer the following links, for more information:

 

http://docs.fusionch...erOverview.html

 

http://docs.fusionch...ntOverview.html

 

I am afraid, scrolling feature for Drag-Node chart is not supported, as of now.

 

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