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How to get value from Google Visualization Org Chart when any item is clicked?

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I am using Google Visualization API Org Chart to generate a hierarchy on a web page. To generate the chart, I am passing ID and Name as parameters to the Org Chart generate method.

When the chart gets generated, I want to get the Id from the rectangle where user clicked and want to store it in a Session Variable.

How to retrieve the ID from the rectangle on click event?
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Thank you. I am checking these links and will try the code in these links.

One more thing I want to know is that the events discussed in these links will return value as a javascript variable. I want to store this javascript to a session variable.
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