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How to make a drilldown different of a pie

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123338 Mar 8,2016 10:22 PM UTC Mar 9,2016 11:44 AM UTC ASP.NET Web Forms 1
Tags: Chart
Roimer Machacón Otero
Asked On March 8, 2016 10:22 PM UTC

Hi we're using charts in a web form, now have a pie chart with a drilldown how the example in the documentation, now exist a form of that the chart created for the drilldown is different of pie chart (Example Line chart). Now also have this chart in a modal bootstrap but when click in the button of the pie chart the modal disappear, How can resolve this?

Sanjith Kesavan [Syncfusion]
Replied On March 9, 2016 11:44 AM UTC

Hi Roimer,
Thank you for contacting Syncfusion support. We analyzed your query and replicated the scenario in our sample. While clicking the back button, post back action occurred and whole page is now reloaded and so bootstrap modal disappeared from the screen. To avoid this, please follow the following code:


<button id="back" style="visibility:hidden; position:relative; margin-left:80%; margin-top:-105%" 
        onclick="displayResult(); return false">Back</button>

In the button click event we called “displayResult” method and set the return value as “false”. Now if we click the back button, then bootstrap modal will not be hidden. Please find the below screenshots.

After running the sample and click the pie slice.


After clicking the back button.
We have prepared a sample as per your requirement. Please find the sample from the following location:
Sample link: http://www.syncfusion.com/downloads/support/forum/123338/ze/bootstrap1830235905

Please let us know if this solution helps you.



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