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Removing <dataset label=""> cuts off Y-Axis label tick

Thread began 8/04/2009 1:35 pm by tom92909 | Last modified 8/05/2009 11:50 am by Jason Byrnes | 2696 views | 4 replies |

tom92909Beta Tester

Removing <dataset label=""> cuts off Y-Axis label tick

I'm using Dynamic Web Charts in an dynamic XML configuration.
The chart is working correctly and I am one step away from perfection! I just need to resolve this last display issue.

When the <dataset label=""> is removed, it also chops off the top half of the Y-Axis label tick for the upper range number. How can I avoid this?

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I hope this helps you better understand my problem.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Do not remove the dataset tag, it should be left in place. removing the dataset tag creates invalid XML.

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tom92909Beta Tester

I'm not actual removing the entire tag. Only the value inside the quotes.

<dataset label="">
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tom92909Beta Tester

Jason,

Your comment about the invalid XML helped me locate my problem.
I had disabled the <title> tag to create a custom header. Doing that
created a gap or void that was actually required by the application for
proper output. Putting the <title> tab back corrected the error.

Thank you!

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Originally Said By: tom92909
  I'm not actual removing the entire tag. Only the value inside the quotes.

<dataset label="">
  




Instead try using the following:

<dataset label="&nbsp;">
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