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Caling Instrumentation charts using Javascript

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I am using Ganttchart in the Instrumentation suite from the enterprise version.

When I try to call the Gantt chart in the instrumentation suite using Javscript, it gives me blank screen with just the border.However, when I try using <object> tag embedding in html approach, it works fine, I use the same XML file as input.

Find below my code snippet.Please help.I put some alerts in code, infact FC_Rendered function also does not get called.

<SCRIPT LANGUAGE="Javascript" SRC="/FusionCharts/FusionCharts.js">

//You need to include the above JS file, if you intend to embed the chart using JavaScript.



function FC_Rendered(DOMId){

//This method is called whenever a FusionCharts chart is loaded.

//Check if it's the required chart using ID

alert('inside FC_Rendered');

if (DOMId=="ChId1"){

//Invoke updateChart() method to update chart with new data




function updateChart(){

//Get reference to chart object using Dom ID "ChId1"

var chartObj = getChartFromId("ChId1");

alert('inside update chart'+ chartObj);

//Update its XML Data URL






<div id="chart1div">

This text is replaced by the chart.


<script type="text/javascript">

var chart1 = new FusionCharts("FI2_Gantt.swf", "ChId1", "600", "300", "0", "1");


//Start Chart with empty data as we'll later update using JavaScript





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The URL in the setDataURL , I just changed the URL for this post(also I have some typos in the URL like '/http' etc) , but trust me it fetches the XML properly.

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The Gantt chart is built on v2 platform and as such does not call FC_Rendered function or doesn't support setDataURL/setDataXML method (after rendering).

We will be coming with a v3 of the same in August.

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