ejPivotChart

The pivot chart is a lightweight control that reads OLAP and relational information and visualizes it in a graphical format with the ability to drill up and down.

Syntax

  • javascript
  • $(element).ejPivotChart()

    Example

  • html
  • <div id="PivotChart1"></div>
    
        <script>
            //Create PivotChart
            $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart(...);
        </script>

    Requires

    • module:jQuery-3.0.0.min.js
    • module:ej.core.js
    • module:ej.data.js
    • module:ej.touch.js
    • module:ej.dialog.js
    • module:ej.draggable.js
    • module:ej.waitingpopup.js
    • module:ej.chart.js
    • module:ej.pivot.common.js
    • module:ej.olap.base.js
    • module:ej.pivotanalysis.base.js
    • module:ej.pivotchart.js

    Members

    analysisMode enum

    Sets the mode for the pivot chart widget to bind either the OLAP or relational datasource.

    Default Value: ej.Pivot.AnalysisMode.Pivot

    Name Description
    Pivot To bind Relational datasource to PivotChart widget
    OLAP To bind OLAP datasource to PivotChart widget

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart({ analysisMode: ej.Pivot.AnalysisMode.Olap });

    cssClass string

    Specifies the CSS class to the pivot chart for achieving the custom theme.

    Default Value: “”

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart({ cssClass : "olive" });

    zooming object

    Options for enabling the zooming feature of the pivot chart.

    Default Value: {}

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart({ zooming: { enableScrollbar: true } });

    zooming.enableScrollbar boolean

    Enables or disables the horizontal scrollbar.

    Default Value: false

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart({ zooming: { enableScrollbar: false } });

    commonSeriesOptions object

    Options available to configure the properties of entire series. You can also override the options for specific series by using the series collection.

    Default Value: {}

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart({ commonSeriesOptions: { type: ej.PivotChart.ChartTypes.Line } });

    commonSeriesOptions.type enum

    Allows you to set the specific chart type for the pivot chart widget.

    Default Value: ej.PivotChart.ChartTypes.Column

    Name Description
    Line To render a Line type PivotChart.
    Spline To render a Spline type PivotChart.
    Column To render a Column type PivotChart.
    Area To render an Area type PivotChart.
    SplineArea To render a SplineArea type PivotChart.
    StepLine To render a StepLine type PivotChart.
    StepArea To render a StepArea type PivotChart.
    Pie To render a Pie type PivotChart.
    Bar To render a Bar type PivotChart.
    StackingArea To render a StackingArea type PivotChart.
    StackingColumn To render a StackingColumn type PivotChart.
    StackingBar To render a StackingBar type PivotChart.
    Pyramid To render a Pyramid type PivotChart.
    Funnel To render a Funnel type PivotChart.
    Doughnut To render a Doughnut type PivotChart.
    Scatter To render a Scatter type PivotChart.
    Bubble To render a Bubble type PivotChart.

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart({ commonSeriesOptions: { type: ej.PivotChart.ChartTypes.Spline } });

    dataSource object

    Initializes the datasource for the pivot chart widget, when it functions completely on the client-side.

    Default Value: {}

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart( { dataSource: { data: value } });

    dataSource.cube string

    Contains the respective cube name from the OLAP database as string type.

    Default Value: “”

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart({ dataSource: { cube: "Adventure Works" } });

    dataSource.sourceInfo string

    To set the datasource name to fetch the data from that.

    Note: This is applicable only for the Mondrian connection.

    Default Value: “”

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart({ dataSource: { sourceInfo: "Provider Mondrian" } });

    dataSource.providerName string

    Sets the provider name for the pivot chart to identify whether the provider is SSAS or Mondrian.

    Note: This is applicable only for the client side OLAP data.

    Default Value: “ssas”

    Name Description
    ssas To bind an OLAP datasource to PivotChart through SSAS provider.
    mondrian To bind a relational datasource to PivotChart through Mondrian provider.

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart({ dataSource: { providerName: "mondrian" } });

    dataSource.data object

    Provides the raw datasource for the pivot chart.

    Default Value: null

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart({ dataSource: { data: value } });

    dataSource.catalog string

    In connection with the OLAP database, this property contains the database name as string to fetch the data from the given connection string.

    Default Value: “”

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart( { dataSource: { catalog: "databaseName" } } );

    dataSource.columns array

    Lists out the items to be displayed as series of the pivot chart.

    Default Value: []

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart({ dataSource: { columns: itemsArray } });

    dataSource.columns.fieldName string

    Allows you to bind the item by using its unique name as field name.

    Default Value: “”

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart({ dataSource: { columns: [{ fieldName : "MyFieldName" }] } });

    dataSource.columns.fieldCaption string

    Allows you to set the display caption for the item.

    Default Value: “”

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart({ dataSource: { columns: [{ fieldCaption : "MyFieldCaption" }] } });

    dataSource.columns.isNamedSets boolean

    Allows you to indicate whether the added item is a named set or not.

    Note: This is applicable only for the OLAP datasource.

    Default Value: false

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart({ dataSource: { columns: [{ fieldName: "[Core Product Group]", isNamedSets : true }] } });

    dataSource.columns.sortOrder enum

    Allows you to set the sorting order of field members.

    Note: This is applicable only for the relational datasource.

    Default Value: ej.PivotAnalysis.SortOrder.Ascending

    Name Description
    Ascending Sorts the members of the field in ascending order.
    Descending Sorts the members of the field in descending order.
    None Displays the members without sorting in any order.

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart({ dataSource: { columns: [{ fieldName: "Country", sortOrder : ej.PivotAnalysis.SortOrder.Descending }] } });

    dataSource.columns.filterItems object

    Applies filter to field members.

    Default Value: null

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart({ dataSource: { columns: [{ fieldName: "Country", filterItems : { filterType: ej.PivotAnalysis.FilterType.Exclude, values: ["Canada", "France"] } }] } });

    dataSource.columns.filterItems.filterType enum

    Sets the type of filter whether to include/exclude the mentioned values.

    Note: This is applicable only for the relational datasource.

    Default Value: ej.PivotAnalysis.FilterType.Exclude

    Name Description
    Exclude Excludes the specified values among the members of the field.
    Include Includes the specified values alone among the members of the field.

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart({ dataSource: { columns: [{ fieldName: "Country", filterItems : { filterType: ej.PivotAnalysis.FilterType.Include, values: valueArray } }] } });

    dataSource.columns.filterItems.values array

    Contains the collection of items to be included/excluded among the field members.

    Default Value: []

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart({ dataSource: { columns: [{ fieldName: "Country", filterItems : { filterType: ej.PivotAnalysis.FilterType.Exclude, values: ["Canada", "France"] } }] } });

    dataSource.rows array

    Lists out the items to be displayed as segments of the pivot chart.

    Default Value: []

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart({ dataSource: { rows: itemsArray } });

    dataSource.rows.fieldName string

    Allows you to bind the item by using its unique name as field name.

    Default Value: “”

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart({ dataSource: { rows: [{ fieldName : "MyFieldName" }] } });

    dataSource.rows.fieldCaption string

    Allows you to set the display caption for the item.

    Default Value: “”

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart({ dataSource: { rows: [{ fieldCaption : "MyFieldCaption" }] } });

    dataSource.rows.isNamedSets boolean

    Allows you to indicate whether the added item is a named set or not.

    Note: This is applicable only for the OLAP datasource.

    Default Value: false

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart({ dataSource: { rows: [{ fieldName: "[Core Product Group]", isNamedSets : true }] } });

    dataSource.rows.sortOrder enum

    Allows you to set the sorting order of field members.

    Note: This is applicable only for the relational datasource.

    Default Value: ej.PivotAnalysis.SortOrder.Ascending

    Name Description
    Ascending Sorts the members of the field in ascending order.
    Descending Sorts the members of the field in descending order.
    None Displays the members without sorting in any order.

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart({ dataSource: { rows: [{ fieldName: "Country", sortOrder : ej.PivotAnalysis.SortOrder.Descending }] } });

    dataSource.rows.filterItems object

    Applies filter to field members.

    Default Value: null

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart({ dataSource: { rows: [{ fieldName: "Country", filterItems : { filterType: ej.PivotAnalysis.FilterType.Exclude, values: ["Canada", "France"] } }] } });

    dataSource.rows.filterItems.filterType enum

    Sets the type of filter whether to include/exclude the mentioned values.

    Note: This is applicable only for the relational datasource.

    Default Value: ej.PivotAnalysis.FilterType.Exclude

    Name Description
    Exclude Excludes the specified values among the members of the field.
    Include Includes the specified values alone among the members of the field.

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart({ dataSource: { rows: [{ fieldName: "Country", filterItems : { filterType: ej.PivotAnalysis.FilterType.Include, values: valueArray } }] } });

    dataSource.rows.filterItems.values array

    Contains the collection of items to be included/excluded among the field members.

    Default Value: []

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart({ dataSource: { rows: [{ fieldName: "Country", filterItems : { filterType: ej.PivotAnalysis.FilterType.Exclude, values: ["Canada", "France"] } }] } });

    dataSource.values array

    Lists out the items support calculation in the pivot chart.

    Default Value: []

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart({ dataSource: { values: itemsArray } });

    dataSource.values.fieldName string

    Allows you to bind the item by using its unique name as field name for the relational datasource.

    Default Value: “”

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart({ dataSource: { values: [{ fieldName : "MyFieldName" }] } });

    dataSource.values.fieldCaption string

    Allows you to set the display caption for the item of the relational datasource.

    Default Value: “”

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart({ dataSource: { values: [{ fieldCaption : "MyFieldCaption" }] } });

    dataSource.values.measures array

    Holds the list of unique names of measures to bind them from the OLAP cube.

    Default Value: []

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart({ dataSource: { values: [{ measures : itemsArray }] } });

    dataSource.values.measures.fieldName string

    Allows you to bind the measure from the OLAP datasource by using its unique name as field name.

    Default Value: “”

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart({ dataSource: { values: [{ measures : [{ fieldName: "MeasureUniqueName" }] }] } });

    dataSource.values.axis string

    Allows you to set the axis name to place the measures items.

    Note: This is applicable only for the OLAP datasource.

    Default Value: “rows”

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart({ dataSource: { values: [{ axis : ej.olap.AxisName.Row }] } });

    dataSource.values.isCalculatedField boolean

    Indicates whether the field is a calculated field with the relational datasource or not.

    Default Value: false

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart({ dataSource: { values: [{ isCalculatedField : true }] } });

    dataSource.values.formula string

    Allows you to set the formula to calculate the values for calculated members in the relational datasource.

    Default Value: “”

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart({ dataSource: { values: [{ formula : "Quantity*10" }] } });

    dataSource.filters array

    Lists out the items that supports filtering of values without displaying the members in UI of the pivot chart.

    Default Value: []

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart({ dataSource: { filters: itemsArray } });

    dataSource.filters.fieldName string

    Allows you to bind the item by using its unique name as field name.

    Default Value: “”

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart({ dataSource: { filters: [{ fieldName : "MyFieldName" }] } });

    dataSource.filters.filterItems object

    Applies filter to field members.

    Default Value: null

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart({ dataSource: { filters: [{ fieldName: "Country", filterItems : { filterType: ej.PivotAnalysis.FilterType.Exclude, values: ["Canada", "France"] } }] } });

    dataSource.filters.filterItems.filterType enum

    Sets the type of filter whether to include/exclude the mentioned values.

    Note: This is applicable only for the relational datasource.

    Default Value: ej.PivotAnalysis.FilterType.Exclude

    Name Description
    Exclude Excludes the specified values among the members of the field.
    Include Includes the specified values alone among the members of the field.

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart({ dataSource: { filters: [{ fieldName: "Country", filterItems : { filterType: ej.PivotAnalysis.FilterType.Include, values: valueArray } }] } });

    dataSource.filters.filterItems.values array

    Contains the collection of items to be included/excluded among the field members.

    Default Value: []

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart({ dataSource: { filters: [{ fieldName: "Country", filterItems : { filterType: ej.PivotAnalysis.FilterType.Exclude, values: ["Canada", "France"] } }] } });

    customObject object

    Object is utilized to pass additional information between the client-end and the service-end while operating the control in the server mode.

    Default Value: {}

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart({ customObject: { "key": "Hello World" } });

    enable3D boolean

    Allows you to enable the 3D view of the pivot chart.

    Default Value: false

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart({ enable3D: true });

    enableRTL boolean

    Allows you to view the pivot chart from right to left.

    Default Value: false

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart({ enableRTL: true });

    enableMultiLevelLabels boolean

    Allows you to render the complete pivot chart on drill operation, when expanding and collapsing members are shown in multi-level labels.

    Default Value: false

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart({ enableMultiLevelLabels: true });

    isResponsive boolean

    Allows you to enable the responsiveness of pivot chart in the browser layout.

    Default Value: false

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart({ isResponsive: true });

    legend object

    You can customize the legend items and their labels.

    Default Value: {}

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart({ legend: { visible: true } });

    locale string

    Allows you to set the localized language for the widget.

    Default Value: “en-US”

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart({ locale: "fr-FR" });

    operationalMode enum

    Sets the mode for the pivot chart widget to bind the data source either in the server-side or client-side.

    Name Description
    ClientMode To bind datasource completely from client-side.
    ServerMode To bind datasource completely from server-side.

    Default Value: ej.Pivot.OperationalMode.ClientMode

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart({ operationalMode: ej.Pivot.OperationalMode.ServerMode });

    axes array

    To override x axis for particular series, create an axis object by providing unique name by using name property and add it to axes array.

    Default Value: []

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart({ axes: [{ alternateGridBand: { even :{ fill : "green" } } }] });

    primaryXAxis object

    This is a horizontal axis that contains options to configure the axis and it is the primary x-axis for all series in the series array. To override x-axis for particular series, create an axis object by providing a unique name by using the name property and add it to the axes array. Then, assign the name to the series’s xAxisName property to link both the axis and the series.

    Default Value: {}

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart({ primaryXAxis: { title: { text: "Fiscal Year" }, labelRotation: 0 });

    primaryYAxis object

    This is a vertical axis that contains options to configure the axis. This is the primary y-axis for all the series in the series array. To override y-axis for particular series, create an axis object by providing a unique name by using the name property and add it to the axes array. Then, assign the name to the series’s yAxisName property to link both the axis and the series.

    Default Value: {}

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart({ title: { text: "Customer Count"} });

    rotation number

    Allows you to rotate the angle of pivot chart in 3D view.

    Default Value: 0

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart({ rotation: 45 });

    enableContextMenu boolean

    Allows you to enable/disable context menu options in the pivot chart.

    Default Value: false

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart({ enableContextMenu: true });

    serviceMethodSettings object

    Allows you to set the custom name for methods at service-end, when you are communicating on AJAX post.

    Note: This is applicable only when operating the control in the server mode.

    Default Value: {}

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart({ serviceMethodSettings: { initialize: "MyMethod1", drillDown: "MyMethod2" } });

    serviceMethodSettings.drillDown string

    Allows you to set the custom name for the service method that is responsible for drilling up/down in the pivot chart.

    Default Value: “DrillChart”

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart({ serviceMethodSettings: { drillDown: "DrillChartMyMethod" } });

    serviceMethodSettings.exportPivotChart string

    Allows you to set the custom name for the service method which is responsible for exporting the pivot chart.

    Default Value: “Export”

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart({ serviceMethodSettings: { exportPivotChart: "ExportMyMethod" } })

    serviceMethodSettings.initialize string

    Allows you to set the custom name for the service method which is responsible for initializing the pivot chart.

    Default Value: “InitializeChart”

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart({ serviceMethodSettings: { initialize: "InitializeChartMyMethod" } });

    serviceMethodSettings.paging string

    Allows you to set the custom name for the service method which is responsible for navigating between pages in the paged pivot chart.

    Default Value: “Paging”

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart({ serviceMethodSettings: { paging: "PagingMyMethod" } });

    size object

    Options to customize the size of the pivot chart control.

    Default Value: {}

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart({ size: { height: "450px", width: "95%" } });

    title object

    Options for customizing the title of PivotChart.

    title.text string

    Text to be displayed in PivotChart title.

    Default Value

    • ””

    Example

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart({
    
       title : { text : "PivotChart"}                     
    
    });

    url string

    Connects the service by using the specified URL for any server updates while operating the control in the server mode.

    Default Value: “”

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart({ url: "/PivotService" });

    enableXHRCredentials boolean

    Allows you to enable “withCredentials” property inside XMLHttpRequest object for CORS(Cross-Origin Resource Sharing) request.

    Default Value: false

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart").ejPivotChart({ enableXHRCredentials: true });

    Methods

    doAjaxPost()

    Posts an asynchronous HTTP (AJAX) request.

    Example:

  • javascript
  • var chartObj = $("#PivotChart1").data("ejPivotChart");
        chartObj.doAjaxPost("POST", "/PivotService/Initialize", { "key", "Hello World" }, successEvent, null);

    doPostBack()

    Performs an asynchronous HTTP (FullPost) submit.

    Example:

  • javascript
  • var chartObj = $("#PivotChart1").data("ejPivotChart");
        chartObj.doPostBack("/PivotService/Initialize", { "key", "Hello World" });

    exportPivotChart()

    Exports the pivot chart to the format that is specified in the parameter.

    Example:

  • javascript
  • var chartObj = $("#PivotChart1").data("ejPivotChart");
        chartObj.exportPivotChart(ej.PivotChart.ExportOptions.Excel);

    renderChartFromJSON()

    This function renders the pivot chart control with the JSON formatted data source.

    Example:

  • javascript
  • var chartObj = $("#PivotChart1").data("ejPivotChart");
        chartObj.renderControlFromJSON(chartObj.getJSONRecords());

    renderControlSuccess()

    This function receives the update from the service-end, which will be utilized for rendering the widget.

    Example:

  • javascript
  • var chartObj = $("#PivotChart1").data("ejPivotChart");
        chartObj.renderControlSuccess({ "OlapReport": chartObj.getOlapReport(), "JsonRecords": chartObj.getJSONRecords() });

    getOlapReport()

    Returns the OlapReport string that is maintained along with the axis elements information.

    Returns:

    string

    Note: This method is applicable only when operating the control in the server mode.

    Example:

  • javascript
  • var chartObj = $("#PivotChart1").data("ejPivotChart");
        var report = chartObj.getOlapReport();

    setOlapReport()

    Sets the OlapReport string along with the axis information and maintains it in a property.

    Note: This method is applicable only when operating the control in the server mode.

    Example:

  • javascript
  • var chartObj = $("#PivotChart1").data("ejPivotChart");
        chartObj.setOlapReport(olapReportObj);

    getJSONRecords()

    Returns the JSON records that are formed to render the control.

    Returns

    array

    Example:

  • javascript
  • var chartObj = $("#PivotChart1").data("ejPivotChart");
        var jsonRecords = chartObj.getJSONRecords();

    setJSONRecords()

    Sets the JSON records to render the control.

    Example:

  • javascript
  • var chartObj = $("#PivotChart1").data("ejPivotChart");
        chartObj.setJSONRecords(jsonRecords);

    getPivotEngine()

    Returns the PivotEngine that is formed to render the control.

    Returns:

    array

    Example:

  • javascript
  • var chartObj = $("#PivotChart1").data("ejPivotChart");
        var jsonRecords = chartObj.getPivotEngine();

    setPivotEngine()

    Sets the PivotEngine that is required to render the control.

    Example:

  • javascript
  • var chartObj = $("#PivotChart1").data("ejPivotChart");
        chartObj.setPivotEngine(jsonRecords);

    refreshControl()

    Re-renders the control with the datasource at instant.

    Note: This is applicable only when operating in the client mode.

    Example:

  • javascript
  • var chartObj = $("#PivotChart1").data("ejPivotChart");
        chartObj.model.dataSource = newDataSource;
        chartObj.refreshControl();

    destroy()

    This function destroys the pivot chart widget associated events that are bound using “this._on” and brings the control to pre-init state.

    Example:

  • javascript
  • var chartObj = $("#PivotChart1").data("ejPivotChart");
        chartObj.destroy();

    generateJSON()

    Renders the control with the pivot engine that is obtained from the OLAP cube.

    Example:

  • javascript
  • var chartObj = $("#PivotChart1").data("ejPivotChart");
        chartObj.generateJSON(baseObj, pivotEngineObj);

    refreshPagedPivotChart()

    Navigates to the specified page number in the specified axis.

    Example:

  • javascript
  • var chartObj = $("#PivotChart1").data("ejPivotChart");
        chartObj.refreshPagedPivotChart("series", 4);

    Events

    load

    Triggers when the pivot chart starts to render.

    Event Parameters
    Name Type Description
    action string returns the current action of PivotChart control.
    customObject object returns the custom object bound with PivotChart control.
    element object returns the HTML element of PivotChart control.

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart({
            load: function (args) {}
        });

    afterServiceInvoke

    Triggers when it reaches the client-side after any AJAX request.

    Event Parameters
    Name Type Description
    action string returns the current action of PivotChart control.
    customObject object returns the custom object bound with PivotChart control.
    element object returns the HTML element of PivotChart control.

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart({
            afterServiceInvoke: function (args) {}
        });

    beforeServiceInvoke

    Triggers before any AJAX request is passed from the pivot chart to service methods.

    Event Parameters
    Name Type Description
    action string returns the current action of PivotChart control.
    customObject object returns the custom object bound with PivotChart control.
    element object returns the HTML element of PivotChart control.

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart({
            beforeServiceInvoke: function (args) {}
        });

    beforeSeriesRender

    Triggers before rendering multiple series with multiple axes.

    Name Type Description
  • js
  • data
    Object series - Instance of the series which is about to get rendered

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart({
            beforeSeriesRender: function (args) {}
        });

    drillSuccess

    Triggers when performing drill up/down operation in the pivot chart control.

    Event Parameters
    Name Type Description
    chartObj object returns the current instance of PivotChart.
    drillAction string returns the drill action of PivotChart.
    drilledMember string contains the name of the member drilled.
    event object returns the event object.

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart({
            drillSuccess: function (args) {}
        });

    renderComplete

    Triggers when the pivot chart widget completes all operations at client-side after the AJAX request.

    Event Parameters
    Name Type Description
    action string returns the current action of PivotChart control.
    customObject object returns the custom object bound with PivotChart control.
    element object returns the HTML element of PivotChart control.

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart({
            renderComplete: function (args) {}
        });

    renderFailure

    Triggers when the error occurs on the AJAX request.

    Event Parameters
    Name Type Description
    action string returns the current action of PivotChart control.
    customObject object returns the custom object bound with PivotChart control.
    element object returns the HTML element of PivotChart control.
    message string returns the error stack trace of the original exception.

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart({
            renderFailure: function (args) {}
        });

    renderSuccess

    Triggers when the pivot chart successfully reaches the client-side after the AJAX request.

    Event Parameters
    Name Type Description
    args object returns the current instance of PivotChart.

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart({
            renderSuccess: function (args) {}
        });

    beforeExport

    Triggers before performing export operation in the pivot chart.

    Event Parameters
    Name Type Description
    url string contains the url of the service responsible for exporting.
    fileName string contains the name of the exporting file.

    Example:

  • javascript
  • $("#PivotChart1").ejPivotChart({
            beforeExport: function (args) {}
        });