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Is there a way to click a link on a specific stack within the stacked chart? So each bar shows several stacks (colors), I need to click on a specific color of the bar and pass that value as well? Is this possible?

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Guest Basundhara Ghosal


Please try using the "link" attribute in the <set> element for the same.

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FusionCharts can be easily and extensively used to create drill-down charts. All the charts in FusionCharts v3 suite support drill down for data elements i.e., in each chart type, the data plot of that chart (columns in Column Charts, Pie slices in Pie Charts etc.) can act as hotspots for the chart. Using the drill down functionality provided by FusionCharts, you can easily produce charts that enact "drill down" or "zoom in (data)" capabilities.

In FusionCharts v3, you can define the following types of link for the data plot:

  • Simple links that open in the same page
  • Simple links that open in a new page
  • Links that open in a specified frame
  • Links that open in a new pop-up window
  • Existing JavaScript functions (on the same page) to be invoked as links

For further details on the same, please refer to the link mentioned below:-


Also refer to the sample that we are sending you as an attachment.

Hope this helps. :)

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My question, however, was not related to how to actually use the link but had to do with specifically having a stacked bar chart (multiple colors) and having the need to click not just on the bar itself, but on a specific metric/color of the individual bar. I need to pass the x-axis value plus the metric or the specific color of the bar. I already know how to use links but need an answer on how do I pass an individual value of the color/metric that was clicked within a single bar.

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As of now, if you are calling a URL using link you can pass the value as querystring. But, you need to set it explicitly to each link.




Each stack is an individual entity and so far colors and links are concerned, all stacked parts are unrelated to each other.




Hence, all you need to do is to explicitly pass the value in the link attribute.




e.g. <set value='20' link='ShowDetails.asp?stackvalue=20' />

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