Thanks for confirmation of the limitation.
I have been using my own JS in a HTML and have success, however, I was looking for an easier way to get the data into the bar chart.
At the moment I am stuck with having to manually enter each search results item # in the data of the JS for bar chart and I am wanting to make it into an array which would allow me to use an undefined number of results in the bar chart.
So my static data looks like this:
and when I use dynamic data I have to set things up like this
Which not only is cumbersome in adding the data but also limits the ability to have an undefined number of entries.
What I am looking to achieve is to allow the user to select a date range, and use that date range in my repeating groups :group by and have the entire number of days in the selected date range be used in the bar chart.
At the moment, I have to limit the results to a set of 7 or some other arbitrary number so as to manually plug in each search results ‘item #’
And for the life of me, I can’t figure out how to turn the data sets into an array of some kind so that I could just use the search results and have a ‘join with’ feature so I can extract the entire list to populate my datasets without manually entering the ‘item #’