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Jump To Action from Legend - 11/7/2008 3:16:26 PM   
john_engelmann

 

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Is it possible to filter your chart via the legend text?  I've searched the forum, but can't seem to find any information for Dadas Chart for Reporting Services.  Looking for a Jump To action, or some sort of navigation from the legend text
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RE: Jump To Action from Legend - 11/10/2008 12:49:25 PM   
Goran

 

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Hello John,

Actually, there is no "Jump to" action for chart legends, but you still can filter the chart data using the custom legend's Href property (select the chart control and right click it to get its context menu -> Properties -> Advanced tab -> Select the legend in dropdown list above property grid ("Default(Legend)") -> CustomItems in property grid -> Click the small command button with 3 dots -> Add new custom legend item and set its Href property). You can do this programmatically as well using Dundas Chart for Reporting Services code editor (select the chart control and right click it to get its context menu -> View Code -> Select PostApplyData event from left dropdown list above the code editor.

Another way how you can set Href property of existing legend items (you don't need to add custom legend items in this case) is to use the same Dundas Chart for Reporting Services code editor, but different event - CustomizeLegend. Here's the code snippet how you can set Href property of first existing item in chart legend:

[C#]
if(e.LegendName == "Default")
{
e.LegendItems[0].Href = "http://www.ibm.com";
}

You can try to combine the legend item's Href property with report parameters.

I hope this can help you.


Sincerely,

     Goran Tesic
     Dundas Technical Support
     http://support.dundas.com
     +1-416-467-9100 x132

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