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yashdeep
06-25-2008, 09:29 AM
Hi All!
i am trying to customize the home page (page we get after login), for this first i created one report from Report designer which contains pie-chart and i am able to see the result in preview
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now i am trying to customize the home.jsp (which contains the samples- steel- wheel example) to show this chart on UI (my own report/chart), for this i made proper changes in home.jsp (at location Drive:\pentaho\bi-server\jboss\server\default\deploy\pentaho.war\jsp) and i use the same method that is used in steel-wheel example ChartHelper.doPieChart after this when i goto UI it says
Could not generate chart image.Could not load chart data from null/null/null.

whats is this i am not able the solve this issue.
should i need to make changes in other files also................, please let me know if somebody knows this.

Thanks and regards
yash

bugg_tb
06-25-2008, 09:30 AM
I don't know, but out of interest, why don't you ever post your questions in the relevant forums?

yashdeep
06-26-2008, 12:57 AM
Hi!
sorry for this, should i post question in solution exchange.........:confused:


Thanks

Yash

bugg_tb
06-26-2008, 01:05 AM
No this question is clearly about the server stuff, so why not try the BI Server and Platform, or dashboards? Just use a bit of imagination

yashdeep
06-26-2008, 03:55 AM
hi!

Thanks for suggestion and sorry once again

Manasa_InfoAxon
06-27-2008, 03:41 AM
Hi yashdeep


i think u r new to pentaho.really this is not a such type of a great issue as u r representing.Please use ur mind fr a while.i know u can solve this.plz dont post such type of issues in forum.

bugg_tb
06-27-2008, 03:47 AM
i think u r new to pentaho.


As are a lot of people who post in the forums, thats why they exist.


really this is not a such type of a great issue as u r representing.Please use ur mind fr a while.i know u can solve this.
It may not be overly complicated to someone who understands jsp's and how they work, but to the newer users of the platform this isn't the case, and yes he probably can solve it but there is no harm in asking.


plz dont post such type of issues in forum.You can't tell a user not to post an on topic post in the forum thats certainly not very community minded and also isn't really your place to say. I could understand if the question was asked in the wrong forum and you politely asked that he posted elsewhere, or if the question was asked time and time again and the answer was pasted all over the forums, but to tell him not to ask such questions is damn right rude. At the end of the day no one is forcing you to answer his questions, if you think it may be a little silly, just ignore it.

Tom