I don't know details, but my co-worker has been doing a reporting site for our company, hosted on a Windows Sharepoint Services site and driven by SQL Reporting Server. She tells me that SQL Reporting Server by itself has some drilldown capability, but she is also using Dundas Graphics (dundas.com) for enhanced charting. Obviously the server side is a pure MS solution, and I don't know how cross-browser the output is (IE is our company standard and it is an inside application), but it seems to be working well for her. - John --- Original Message -- Date: Tue, 15 May 2007 14:22:29 -0700 From: John Dowdell <jdowdell at adobe.com> Subject: Re: [thelist] Presenting information graphically To: "thelist at lists.evolt.org" <thelist at lists.evolt.org> Message-ID: <464A2495.10200 at adobe.com> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed Chris Price wrote: > I am working with someone who, at the moment, is outputting reports > based on an organization's performance in various areas of its activity... > The application is .net based. I think the question is "How can I graphically present drilldown relationships in a browser?" (I'm not sure if it's actually "browser" or merely "IE6", enabling an only-in-MS solution.) If so, then do you know yet in what formats your .NET server can release the data which needs to be visualized? This, along with any browser constraints, can help determine which clientside graphical engines might be able to help. (hmm, if you've seen any existing websites which use a graphical display similar to what you're seeking, then that could help orient the rest of us, too.) -- This message may contain information which is private, privileged or confidential and is intended solely for the use of the individual or entity named in the message. If you are not the intended recipient of this message, please notify the sender thereof and destroy / delete the message. Neither the sender nor Sappi Limited (including its subsidiaries and associated companies) shall incur any liability resulting directly or indirectly from accessing any of the attached files which may contain a virus or the like.