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Making an image map us dundas charts and asp.net

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I have attached a sample image of the chart I am using.  Basically I want to make an image map link that changes depending on the items in the legend.

For example, if the user clicks on the "kitting" section of the image, it takes the user to our kitting section of the site.  The same goes for "CNC" and "Assembly".  There is a catch.

The catch is that they items in the legend won't always be in the same spot.  The legend lists the items from least to most.  So the order could change.  Also, it is possible that the values could be zero, and therefore not list on the graph or legend.  There are 5 possible items in the legend, and as you can see, only three are listed.

My question: how do you make an image map that moves around according to the items in the legend?  I could do it with a combination of asp and javascript, but I was hoping for a built in Dundas solution, which would be cleaner and easier to follow than a combo approach. screenshot of a graph w/ a legend
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Just set the "HREF" property for the series. You can hard code the link, or use the key words (http://support2.dundas.com/Default.aspx?article=1132) for the link.

Additional details... http://support2.dundas.com/Default.aspx?article=1062
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Only a B because the Dundas help site isn't very user friendly.
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