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webfocus graph problem

webfocus graph problem

webfocus graph problem

I was creating a graph display and using the IBITDGChartApplet.jar file to get the display.

I'm currently using webfocus 5.2.1 on the server and when I make the request with the "setGraphType(61);" it comes out in 3D mode which is not what I want for this graph.  Are there any other settings that could affect the way the graph looks?  The information displayed is correct just its not showing right in the browser.  I'm pretty confident it work for focus 4.3.5.

Also could someone indicate what "PARAM name=LicenseURL" does and would this be the cause for the user to log on before getting the graph?



RE: webfocus graph problem

Hi Ram,

setGraphType() never worked with my graphs. So I used the SET LOOKGRAPH = <choose style> in front of the GRAPH FILE ... and that works.


RE: webfocus graph problem

add ON GRAPH SET 3D OFF inside of your table request and just to verify, you are trying to use a scatter graph, correct?

That's kind of funny, because I usualy have just the opposite problem,  I can't always get lookgraph to work correctly and have to use setGraphType(x) :)

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