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Potential bug: no on page

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I have created a Sharepoint webpart that has two modes, Configure and Display. When in Configure mode there is no on the page.

 

 

 

In fuction _FCD.processSourceNodes the line:

 

 

 

xmlString = document.body.innerHTML.match(new RegExp('', 'ig')).join('');

 

 

 

throws an exception in this scenario. To solve the problem I have made the following changes (see bolded):

 

 

 

_FCD.processSourceNodes = function()

 

{

 

var a = _FCD.L.tags(_FCD.R.fcTag);

 

for (var c = 0; c < a.length; c++)

 

{

 

a[c].style.display = 'none'

 

}

 

if (_FCD.L.isIE)

 

{

 

var b = _FCD.L.getNew('xml', 'style=display:none'),

 

xmlString;

 

document.body.appendChild(:);

 

try

 

{

 

xmlString = document.body.innerHTML.match(new RegExp('', 'ig')).join('');

 

b.loadXML('' + xmlString + '');

 

a = b.firstChild.childNodes

 

} catch (er)

 

{

 

return null; //mdb

 

}

 

} else

 

{

 

a = _FCD.L.tags(_FCD.R.fcTag)

 

}

 

_FCD.processSourceNodes = function()

 

{

 

return a

 

};

 

return a

 

};

 

 

 

 

 

and

 

 

 

 

 

_FCD.parseDOM = function()

 

{

 

_FCD.Nodes = Array();

 

var a = _FCD.L.tags(_FCD.R.fcTag);

 

var i;

 

var b;

 

for (i = 0; i < a.length; i++)

 

{

 

b = _FCD.processTag(a);

 

_FCD.Nodes.push(:);

 

_FCD._indexOf[b.id] = i

 

}

 

var c = _FCD.processSourceNodes();

 

 

 

if (!c) return; //mdb

 

for (i = 0; i < c.length; i++)

 

{

 

_FCD.Nodes.sourceNode = c;

 

if (_FCD.Nodes.parameters.dataurl)

 

{

 

_FCD.Nodes.chartObject.setDataURL(escape(_FCD.Nodes.parameters.dataurl))

 

} else

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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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