Problem displaying data in chart

Hello,

I am new to Confluence and I am trying some plugins.

I created a simple PlaySQL Query and I want to display a chart.

2015-08-24 14_16_33-Umsatzabfrage - IT - Confluence.png

 

I edited the chart macro and added 1,2 to columns (I also tried user,count).

 

First: I get an error when previewing the chart

 

Fehler beim Rendern des Makros 'chart': org.dom4j.DocumentException: Error on line 1 of document : The element type "img" must be terminated by the matching end-tag "</img>". Nested exception: The element type "img" must be terminated by the matching end-tag "</img>"

 

And when i save it looks like this

 

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Thank you for your help.

 

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Hi Thomas,

Please use the POOR format instead of RICH and you'll be able to integrate with charts.

However the integration with charts is quite hard to master, because of a change of behaviour introduced in Confluence 5.5. Therefore I've just removed all mentions to charts from the Marketplace entry, I feel that this is more genuine. I'm sorry that I didn't do it before.

If charts are really important to you, then PocketQuery might be helpful, I've heard they integrate with Google Charts.

Best regards,

Adrien

Thank you, I just thought Charts is getting the data regardless of the display format.

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