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Mark_Exact

Bug: Missing Chart Types in ChartAlias

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I'm testing the DOM and have discovered some missing ChartTypes

 

 

 

The line

 

 

 

if(!_FCD.R.chartAlias[a]){_FCD.notify(_FCD.R.errorAlias+"Debug Info: Invalid parameter: ChartType",true)}

 

 

 

a='msline'

 

 

 

is throwing an exception because MSLine is not in the ChartAlias List

 

 

 

Also, is there anyway I can get the .debug version of the DOM so I can continue developing by working around these types of issues

 

 

 

I'm using the DOM to solve the multiple charts loading issue (Slow Script)

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Greetings!

Hey... MSLine is "MSLine2D"! :)

Someone from the support team will attach the .debug JS. And as for the slow loading of multiple charts, we are experiencing it in cases where external JS files like page analytics JS, etc. are causing the "Load" event of the page to be fired late.

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My slow script problem was caused by loading multiple charts (with little data) using FusionCharts.RenderChartHTML as part of a SharePoint WebPart. This was on the first load of the page. Going with the DOM has solved this problem but introduced others.

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Guest Rajroop

Hello,

 

 

 

Could you please share your DOM issues with us on this forum?

 

 

 

Looking forward to your reply. :)

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Thanks, I figured that out by looking at the source.

 

 

 

Our charts are driven by an XML template file and have been using the name of the SWF as the name of the chart type. So having one name for the SWF and another name to represent the chart type is problematic.

 

 

 

Do you have a list of your chart names and the name of the .SWF files that go along with it?

 

 

 

Thanks,

 

Mark

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Guest Rajroop

Hi Mark,

 

We proudly announce the release of FusionCharts for SharePoint in beta. FusionCharts for SharePoint helps you create interactive & data-driven charts in SharePoint, without having to write a line of code. The charts are created using a wizard and can connect to various data sources such as SharePoint Lists, CSV, MS SQL, Oracle, Excel & BDC. You can add drill-down and export capabilities to each chart and configure both cosmetic and functional aspects.

 

 

You can download the fully-functional version from www.fusioncharts.com/sharepoint - we would love to have your feedback on this.

 

Please post your suggestions and any bugs as replies to the forum thread at:

FusionCharts for SharePoint beta impression

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