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Fusion Charts error when accesing from a java built swf file

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I am trying build a swf file using java (Java-based Compiler API);




The chart I use is:




ns1:FusionChart id="chart1" FCchartType="MSColumn3D" FCdataURL="http://localhost:8090/ServletApp"




I added in the java code the FusionChart.swc as lib and the mxml file containing the chart:




Application application = new Application(new File("D:demo_SWC_app.mxml"));


Configuration c = application.getDefaultConfiguration();


File[] libFile = new File[]new File("D:libs", "FusionChart.swc")};






Using Flex3builder the application (mxml file+ chart swf) works perfectly.




My problem is that I don t know how to specifiy to the java api how to add the swf files of the charts. I have the file MSColumn3D.swf in the same folder as the mxml and the generated swf file (generated by java)... I added the chart swf file to trusted files in Adobe Manager, but I get the following error when I embed the generated swf into a html file (to see it in a browser):




ReferenceError: Error #1069: Property url not found on _demo_SWC_app_mx_managers_SystemManager and there is no default value.


at com.fusionchart.components.flx.external::FlashInterface$/getSWFName()


at com.fusionchart.components.flx.external::FlashInterface$/getId()


at com.fusionchart.components.flx.external::FlashInterface$/publish()


at com.fusionchart.components::FusionChart/loaded()




I do hope I was clear enough.




Can anyone provide me some help? Thank you

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Guest Rajroop

Hello :),




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- 12 new chart types: 7 new gauges including Angular gauge, LED gauge and Linear gauge, Spark chart and Bullet graphs have been added.


- All the gauges can fetch data in real-time and come with alert managers and message loggers.


- All the charts and gauges can now be natively exported as images and PDFs.


- The data for all the charts can be exported as CSV.


- Data sets can now have custom text labels instead of numeric values.


- The charts can handle a lot more events to help you manipulate them better.


- Trendlines can also have custom tool-text.


- Custom color palettes can be defined for the data plots.




Learn more about it from and learn what's new in FusionCharts for Flex from




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