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<htmlb:chart> gives empty tooltip on mouseover on BSP page

I am trying to use the <htmlb:chart> BSP extension on a BSP page in order to display a pie chart. I have found that I can pass in chartType = "PIE" or "PIE_3D" in order to create a pie chart.

The problem that I am experiencing is that when I put the cursor over a section in the pie chart, a little tooltip box is opened, but it is empty. I thought that maybe I was just not passing in the text that I want to display here, so I've been looking at the different attributes for <htmlb:chart>. I see that in table "data", I can fill the field data-datalabel, so I added text in that table field. I also have played with the value of attribute displayObjectValues. However, the text that I entered in data-datalabel is never shown anywhere on the screen or in the tooltip. Instead, the tooltip is left as one space.

Has anyone else been able to use the <htmlb:chart> extension correctly? Have you been able to display meaningful text on mouseover?

Thanks in advance for any help!

Shannon

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    Posted on Jun 03, 2004 at 07:22 PM

    Shannon,

    I had the exact same problem.. I can generate Various Pie-Charts ( 3D ) but the Tooltip is empty and I can not show the Data-Field Labels anywhere!..

    I am curious to know if you were solve the mystery? if So please let me know thanks..

    'Shay

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    Posted on Dec 01, 2004 at 10:36 AM

    Hi,

    i have the same problem as you had and i would like to know, if you have found out, why this happens and what solution there is for?? When i use the <htmlb:chart> Element, i can fill the z-Value and the Extension-Value and the Datalabel-Value but nothing happens.

    Can you please help me.

    Thank you in advance for your help.

    Hakan

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