hitData function. How to Determine the LineSeries I have hit

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hitData function. How to Determine the LineSeries I have hit

npem
Hi,
    I have a LineChart:
*<mx:LineChart id="myChartLive"  dataTipFunction="LineChartDataTips">*

 with several LineSeries:
*
<mx:LineSeries id="LineSeries1" xField="x" yField="yTOP" form="curve"
displayName="CF1" lineStroke="{s1}"/>
<mx:LineSeries id="LineSeries2" xField="x" yField="yBOT" form="curve"
displayName="CF2" lineStroke="{s1}"/>
...     ...
...     ...
*

Anyone any idea how I can tell (within the LineChartDataTips function, which
LineSeries I have
Hit on the chart?

One example from tracing:
*hitData.element
*

Is:
*Algebra_GCSE2.ViewNavigatorApplicationSkin4.navigator.ViewNavigatorSkin6.contentGroup.principalStresses17.SkinnableContainerSkin18.contentGroup.myScroller1.ScrollerSkin73.myVgroup1.myPanel1.PanelSkin119._PanelSkin_Group1.contents.contentGroup.myChartLive.UIComponent129.UIComponent130.LineSeries5*

But I do not know how to convert this to a string, to search for LineSeries5
(In this case)

Help would be greatly appreciated,
Phil.




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Re: hitData function. How to Determine the LineSeries I have hit

Alex Harui-2
Are you looking for something like:

var elementName:String = hitData.element.toString();
var c:int = elementName.lastIndexOf(".");
var lineSeriesName:String = elementName.substring(c + 1);

Of course, I could be wrong...

HTH,
-Alex

On 7/12/18, 4:33 AM, "npem" <[hidden email]> wrote:

    Hi,
        I have a LineChart:
    *<mx:LineChart id="myChartLive"  dataTipFunction="LineChartDataTips">*
   
     with several LineSeries:
    *
    <mx:LineSeries id="LineSeries1" xField="x" yField="yTOP" form="curve"
    displayName="CF1" lineStroke="{s1}"/>
    <mx:LineSeries id="LineSeries2" xField="x" yField="yBOT" form="curve"
    displayName="CF2" lineStroke="{s1}"/>
    ...     ...
    ...     ...
    *
   
    Anyone any idea how I can tell (within the LineChartDataTips function, which
    LineSeries I have
    Hit on the chart?
   
    One example from tracing:
    *hitData.element
    *
   
    Is:
    *Algebra_GCSE2.ViewNavigatorApplicationSkin4.navigator.ViewNavigatorSkin6.contentGroup.principalStresses17.SkinnableContainerSkin18.contentGroup.myScroller1.ScrollerSkin73.myVgroup1.myPanel1.PanelSkin119._PanelSkin_Group1.contents.contentGroup.myChartLive.UIComponent129.UIComponent130.LineSeries5*
   
    But I do not know how to convert this to a string, to search for LineSeries5
    (In this case)
   
    Help would be greatly appreciated,
    Phil.
   
   
   
   
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Re: hitData function. How to Determine the LineSeries I have hit

npem
Thank you very much.
With a Slight modification it gives me the LineSeries name:-)
var elementName:String = String(hitData.element);
var c:int = elementName.lastIndexOf(".");
var lineSeriesName:String = elementName.substring(c + 1);

Please consider this question answered, with many thanks!

> On 13 Jul 2018, at 07:43, Alex Harui <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> Are you looking for something like:
>
> var elementName:String = hitData.element.toString();
> var c:int = elementName.lastIndexOf(".");
> var lineSeriesName:String = elementName.substring(c + 1);
>
> Of course, I could be wrong...
>
> HTH,
> -Alex
>
> On 7/12/18, 4:33 AM, "npem" <[hidden email] <mailto:[hidden email]>> wrote:
>
>    Hi,
>        I have a LineChart:
>    *<mx:LineChart id="myChartLive"  dataTipFunction="LineChartDataTips">*
>
>     with several LineSeries:
>    *
>    <mx:LineSeries id="LineSeries1" xField="x" yField="yTOP" form="curve"
>    displayName="CF1" lineStroke="{s1}"/>
>    <mx:LineSeries id="LineSeries2" xField="x" yField="yBOT" form="curve"
>    displayName="CF2" lineStroke="{s1}"/>
>    ...     ...
>    ...     ...
>    *
>
>    Anyone any idea how I can tell (within the LineChartDataTips function, which
>    LineSeries I have
>    Hit on the chart?
>
>    One example from tracing:
>    *hitData.element
>    *
>
>    Is:
>    *Algebra_GCSE2.ViewNavigatorApplicationSkin4.navigator.ViewNavigatorSkin6.contentGroup.principalStresses17.SkinnableContainerSkin18.contentGroup.myScroller1.ScrollerSkin73.myVgroup1.myPanel1.PanelSkin119._PanelSkin_Group1.contents.contentGroup.myChartLive.UIComponent129.UIComponent130.LineSeries5*
>
>    But I do not know how to convert this to a string, to search for LineSeries5
>    (In this case)
>
>    Help would be greatly appreciated,
>    Phil.
>
>
>
>
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