ExtenXLS currently has the ability to output Excel Charts as OOXML, XML, and JSON, but we need to convert to SVG.
Attached are our test charts which represent the extent of what we need supported, including various chart types and some additional cases such as 2 charts on a sheet, etc.
The [url removed, login to view] file shows how we generate Chart JSON, it is almost verbatim how we would do SVG. From there, it is placed in the PDF output.
Check out the ChartHandle getJSON() method and getOOXML() here to see how close you are to output SVG from the ChartHandle code available here:
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Hi Chris, Please let me know ASAP if you can take this on, otherwise I need to reassign it. Thank you. -john