Pie chart sqldatasource issues

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  1. Frank
    Frank avatar
    22 posts
    Member since:
    Jun 2017

    Posted 13 Dec 2017 Link to this post

    I'm trying to databind the pie chart to the sqldatasource, but it seems there are issues (or I'm not doing it right) with DataFieldY.  The sqldatasource will return 2 column of data as follow:
    Description     cnt
    7 Days            3
    30 Days        37
    Rest              42
    24 Hour         116

    Where the "Description" column I assign to "NameField" and "cnt" column I assign to DataFieldY.  Below is my code for the chart.
                                <telerik:RadHtmlChart runat="server" ID="chartRouters" Width="100%" Height="100%" Transitions="true" 
                                    Skin="Silk" DataSourceID="sqlDSModem">
                                    <ChartTitle Text="Router Status">
                                        <Appearance Align="Center" Position="Top">
                                            <TextStyle Color="White" />
                                        <Appearance Position="Right" Visible="true">
                                            <telerik:PieSeries StartAngle="90" DataFieldY="Cnt" NameField="Description">
                                                <LabelsAppearance Position="OutsideEnd" DataFormatString="{0} %">
                                                <TooltipsAppearance Color="White" DataFormatString="{0} %"></TooltipsAppearance>

    when I run the code, my pie chart looked "weird" and had only 4 lines (not the chart line, but lines extending out from a single point) Looks almost lilke it is not reading the "cnt" column of the data.  

    When I go to the immediate window and do the :



    it gave me value of "c" and then DataFieldY(1) is "n" and DataField(2) is "t".  I was expecting to see the actual value when I do that, but it almost like is putting the column field name in the value instead of actual data value?  That is weird.

    What is wrong?

    thank you!

  2. Frank
    Frank avatar
    22 posts
    Member since:
    Jun 2017

    Posted 14 Dec 2017 Link to this post

    never mind I found the issues, the data column name is actually case sensitive....  
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