Microsoft’s SSRS is pretty advanced reporting system with multitude of advanced features. SSRS also has charting capabilities, but it’s somewhat lacking compared to more advanced desktop or web charting suites
What if there was a way to marry the two technologies together – to render cool FusionCharts in advanced SSRS repots? Continue reading 'Using FusionCharts in SSRS reports'»
FusionCharts is a very cool cross-platform charting library – it offers huge variety of chart types and mind-blowing special effects. It also offers wide variety of chart rendering options both client- and server-side.
One such option is to render chart in an ASP.NET application.
FusionCharts.dll that you get with the package offers handy
FusionCharts.RenderChart method that generates all the client-side code you need to display a beautiful chart. Usually it is used something like this:
xLabel1.text = FusionCharts.RenderChart("FusionCharts/Pie2D.swf", "", sChartXmlData, sChartID, iChartWidth, iChartHeight, False, True)
xLabel1 is a Label or Literal control in your ASPX page and
FusionCharts.RenderChart is a function that accepts number of parameters, like chart type, chart XML data, dimensions etc.
It works very well until you want to render the chart inside of Microsoft Ajax UpdatePanel – then nothing works. This happens because
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