Piechart From Sharepoint KPIs

Hello everyone,

Recently I got to do a task - generating Piechart using Sharepoint KPIs and displaying it onto the site. If it is possible through Sharepoint designer or directly from Site itself, Can anybody help me how to do that.

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Jamie McAllister MVPSharePoint ConsultantCommented:
You could try the Google Chart API approach detailed in this post:


It works for WSS or MOSS and I can attest to the fact it literally takes 2 minutes to set up.

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My recommendation would be to try/buy Dundas Charts for SharePoint


Its a web part that can be configured to display (Pie) charts based on SharePoint list data (KPI list). I believe they have a free eval version.

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Jamie McAllister MVPSharePoint ConsultantCommented:
Dundas is good. I've trialled it on a recent project. It can even connect to legacy excel spreadsheets directly that don't reside in SharePoint.

Price is about $2000 I believe.
if u know how to create webpart and deploy in MOSS.
tis will solve ur problem.


speed92uAuthor Commented:
Excel services doesnt support some features when published. But working fine when published as a webpage.
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