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Show invalid data in iPad, but it is ok on pc web browser

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I used below codes to create a Angular Gauge. On pc web browser, it works properly. But it showed "Invalid data" on iPad. Is there anyone know why ???


Thanks a lot.

		<title>Sample - FusionCharts - Using AngularGauge</title>
		<script type="text/javascript" src="/FusionWidgets/FusionCharts.js"></script>
		<div id="chartContainer">FusionCharts XT will load here</div>
		<script type="text/javascript">
				var myChart = new FusionCharts("/FusionWidgets/AngularGauge.swf", "myChartId", "630", "290", "0", "1");
					myChart.setXMLData("<Chart manageResize='1' upperLimit='314572800' upperLimitDisplay='    300Mb/s' lowerLimit='0' lowerLimitDisplay='0Mb/s' majorTMNumber='5' majorTMHeight='9' minorTMNumber='4' minorTMColor='000000' minorTMHeight='3' majorTMThickness='2' pivotRadius='16' showBorder='1' bgColor='FFFFFF' borderColor='FFFFFF' gaugeOuterRadius='200' gaugeInnerRadius='0' gaugeOriginX='312' gaugeOriginY='248' gaugeScaleAngle='180' gaugeAlpha='50' hoverCapBgColor='F2F2FF' hoverCapBorderColor='6A6FA6' dataStreamURL='angular.php' refreshInterval='300' placeValuesInside='0' decimalPrecision='0' displayValueDistance='20' numberSuffix='' formatNumber='1' thousandSeparator=',' decimalPrecision='0' formatNumberScale='1' chartLeftMargin='0' chartRightMargin='0' chartTopMargin='0' chartBottomMargin='0' baseFont='Arial' baseFontSize='12' defaultNumberScale='b/s' numberScaleValue='1024,1024' numberScaleUnit='kb/s,Mb/s' >     <colorRange>         <color minValue='0' maxValue='293601280' code='00FF00' alpha='60' borderColor='8BBA00'></color>         <color minValue='293601280' maxValue='314572800' code='FF0000' alpha='60' borderColor='8BBA00'></color>     </colorRange>     <dials>          <dial value='228969993.6' bgColor='008000' borderAlpha='0' baseWidth='16' topWidth='1' radius='180'></dial> <dial value='28679168' bgColor='ff00ff' borderAlpha='0' baseWidth='16' topWidth='1' radius='180'></dial> </dials></Chart> ");
			// -->

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"Invalid data" message occurs when there are duplicate attributes or extra quotes (") mentioned in the XML of the chart. Although, the Flash chart ignores duplicate attributes, the JavaScript chart does a strict XML validation.


In your XML, "decimalPrecision" attribute has been defined twice.


Hope this helps.

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