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I have a project with 3 charts inside some webpanes. when I refresh the chart for around 3~5 times, some of the charts will be missing. Attached screenshot and project for your reference.
There is two kind of rendering problem as I shown in TestPanel.png/ TestFrame.png, using the page TestFrame.aspx and TestPanel.aspx to genereate the error.
Is there any way so that I can display my charts correctly?
steps to reproduce :
1. Run the project, Use TestFrame.aspx as the start page
2. Press F5 to reload after the page is loaded
3. Usually some chart is missing after the thrid/ fourth time.
4. If unable to reproduce, keep on Refreshing for around 10 times OR you may use Ctl + F5 sometimes to increase the chance of having the problem.
1. Run the project, use TestPanel.aspx as the start page.
2. Steps 2~4 to reproduce the error.
I am using IE 8.0.6001.18702 (we have different clients using IE version >=8)
Could you tell me what build version of WebGrid and WebPane that you use? Also please try to use this code onAfterResize event in WebPane:
Thanks , the proposed workaround provided still can't fix the issue.
Here's the information for your reference.
WebGrid Version: 7.0.7200.419
WebDesktop Version: 3.0.7200.324
WebTreeView Version: 1.0.1500.223
Please kindly help.
We are currently investigating your issue. We still need time to investigate it. We will inform you about the update as soon as possible.
Thanks, I am looking forward to the solution, since this is an important part for my clients report.
I am able to replicate in more simple sample. It seems the issue because we used AutoHeight and AutoWidth in WebGrid. If I discard those settings, the charting container loads correctly. I also attached a simple sample that replicates the issue. Please confirm if this issue similiars with yours.
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