Initialize

[POST] /Api/RelationalChart/Initialize

It fetches the Relational data required to initialize the PivotChart from server-end.

URL parameters

Parameter Description
action It holds the current action name as string
customObject It contains the custom object passed from client side

Response information

Code: 200

Content-Type: application/json

Response: serialized JSON string

Code example

  • c#
  • public Dictionary<string, object> Initialize(Dictionary<string, object> jsonResult)
    {
        BindData();
        return pivotChart.GetJsonData(jsonResult["action"].ToString(), ProductSales.GetSalesData());
    }

    Drill

    [POST] /Api/RelationalChart/Drill

    It fetches the drilled Relational data required to render the PivotChart control from server-end.

    URL parameters

    Parameter Description
    action It holds the current action name as string
    drilledSeries It contains the name of the drilled member
    olapReport It contains the current report as compressed string
    customObject It contains the custom object passed from client side

    Response information

    Code: 200

    Content-Type: application/json

    Response: serialized JSON string

    Code example

  • c#
  • public Dictionary<string, object> Drill(Dictionary<string, object> jsonResult)
    {
        BindData();
        return pivotChart.GetJsonData(jsonResult["action"].ToString(), ProductSales.GetSalesData(), jsonResult["drilledSeries"].ToString());
    }

    Export

    [POST] /Api/RelationalChart/Export

    It exports the PivotChart control at the instant to the specified format.

    URL parameters

    Parameter Description
    chartData It contains the information required to export the control

    Response information

    Code: 200

    Content-Type: application/json

    Response: file

    Code example

  • c#
  • public void Export()
    {
        string args = HttpContext.Current.Request.Form.GetValues(0)[0];
        string fileName = "Sample";
        pivotChart.ExportPivotChart(args, fileName, System.Web.HttpContext.Current.Response);
    }