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How to change dataset of a pie chart dynamically when user clicks on pie chart AKA change series of chart with a column of another dataset.

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Hi,

I have a situation where on the click action of pie chart series i want to change the dataset of the chart and link it to another dataset and while doing so I dont want to transfer control to a new report.

Please let me know if i need to explain it in more details.

Your help and suggestions are highly appreciated.

Thanks.
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Possibly a drill down pie chart?
http://www.reportingservicestips.co.uk/RSTip018.html

Take a look at the links in a report:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/magazine/cc163584.aspx
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