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I need to change the Dataset label location and/or style?

Thread began 7/31/2009 11:16 am by tom92909 | Last modified 8/04/2009 8:56 pm by tom92909 | 3785 views | 10 replies

tom92909Beta Tester

I need to change the Dataset label location and/or style?

I'm using Dynamic Web Charts in an dynamic XML configuration.
The chart is working correctly and I have just a few more requirements to get the exact output I need...

1. I need to have full or better control over the Dataset Label. I'd like to place it in where ever I want to or dynamically call it outside the actual chart perhaps and remove it from it's upper left hand corner default location inside the Flash area.

<dataset style="{color:#767a7f;font-size:14px;}" size="14" 
width="2" color="#0000CC" dotsize="4" opacity="80"
abstraction="4" outline="#5a6484" linecolor="#5a6484"
type="line" subtype="dot" label="My Data">

2. Dynamic Hyperlinks off of chart points. How is that accomplished exactly?

Is it as simple as this?

<value><a href="my_link_location.php"><?php echo $row_getData['field1']; ?></a></value>

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