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Inorder to hide the chart lable, I thought of going with the following appraoch
In Post Stage of chart retrieval, replace the chart name with an empty string.
public void Execute(IServiceProvider serviceProvider)
// Get the context
IPluginExecutionContext context = (IPluginExecutionContext)serviceProvider.GetService(typeof(IPluginExecutionContext));
// Check the required pre-requisits; if not, exit
if (!(context.MessageName.ToLower() == “retrieve” && (context.PrimaryEntityName.ToLower() == “savedqueryvisualization” || context.PrimaryEntityName.ToLower() == “userqueryvisualization”)))
// Get the chart entity
Entity entity = (Entity)context.OutputParameters[“BusinessEntity”];
//Replace the chart name with empty string.
entity.Attributes[“name”] = string.Empty;
As chart can be either System or User so register the plugin on following two steps:
Once plugin is registered, following is the result:
I have also shared the code here
Hope it helps..!!!
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