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Creating Dynamically Generated Charts in Portlets

edited Dec 2, 2019 5:48PM in SuiteCloud / Customization 24 comments

Hi all,

I hope somebody can help me with some simple sample data which I can text and start with.
What I already have is a script file for the portlet which is pulling the data from a HTML file (see Below)

Where I am looking for is to make this dynamically.
I asked some input from NetSuite support but unfortunately I am not experienced enough in programming
They came back with:

1. Use nlapiLoadFile to load the file 2371746 from the file cabinet. (Done)
2. Use nlobjFile.getValue() to get the whole html content file as a string.
3. You will have to modify the string that is returned by the getValue().

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@Arnold Willems | Sr. Applications Developer

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