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Barcharts in Actuate8

Barcharts in Actuate8

Barcharts in Actuate8

(OP)
Posted by Hasini
on 07/07/2009 11:11:00 AM
Hello Experts,

I have a very of urgent requirement for bar charts.
I just want to know my requirements are possible in erdpro -barcharts.
1) In the barchart, Lastbar should display different data (org total) than
remaining bar(individual sites)

Basically what I want to know is how can I use two category key expressions
in one barchart.

Now the category key is SiteId, I need to add one more category key
'orgtotal' and this key should display the bar at the end of the graph.


2) My second requirement is to draw a horizontal line where series key:
hours = 1 hr.

Could any one please tell me, if this is possible in Actuate8 -eRdpro?
I can give more specifications, if requirements are not clear

This very urgent requirement. Please help.

Thank you in advance
Hasini

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