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Description Data Binding
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You use this parameter to specify the list of data providers to which all chart commands are sent. Chart Texts
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Title (TITLE) Diagram Subtitle (LanguageDependent) (SUBTITLE) Legend Title (LanguageDependent) (TITLE_LEGEND) Manual Axis Description (OVERRIDE_AXIS_DESC)
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You use this parameter to specify the language-dependent text for the title of the chart. You use this parameter to specify the language-dependent text for the subtitle of the chart. You use this parameter to specify the language-dependent text for the title of the legend. You use this parameter to specify whether or not you want to override automatic axis labeling. If you do not select this parameter, the system creates labeling for the chart axes of simple charts, such as column, bar, line, and profile charts. For example, the name of a key figure appears on the Y axis in a bar chart. If you select this parameter, you can choose between the following options for overriding the automatic labeling of the axes: Category Axis (X): Title (Language-Dependent) You use this parameter to specify the language-dependent text for the title of the category axis (X). Value Axis (Y): Title (Language-Dependent) You use this parameter to specify the language-dependent text for the title of the value axis (Y). Secondary Category Axis (X): Title (Language-Dependent) You use this parameter to specify the language-dependent text for the title of the secondary category axis (X). This parameter is only needed for specific chart types such as histograms or scatter charts. Secondary Value Axis (Y): Title (Language-Dependent) You use this parameter to specify the language-dependent text for the title of the secondary value axis (Y). You use this parameter to specify whether or not you want to override the automatic display for units and currencies. If the units and currencies in the query and other settings are the same and you do not select this parameter, these units, currencies, and settings are displayed automatically in the chart. If you select this parameter, you can choose between the following options for overriding the automatic display: Category Axis (X): Unit (Language-Dependent) You use this parameter to specify the language-dependent text for the unit of the category axis (X). Value Axis (Y): Unit (Language-Dependent) You use this parameter to specify the language-dependent text for the unit of the value axis (Y). Secondary Category Axis (X): Unit (Language-Dependent) You use this parameter to specify the language-dependent text for the unit of the secondary category axis (X). This parameter is only needed for specific chart types such as histograms or scatter charts. Secondary Value Axis (Y): Unit (Language-Dependent) You use this parameter to specify the language-dependent text for the unit of the secondary value axis (Y).
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TABLE 13-3 Parameters for Chart Web Item (continued)
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Advanced Reporting Processes and Functionality
The texts, such as chart titles and chart subtitles, as well as the titles and units of the axes, are all language-dependent. You can enter the texts in the Chart Designer or in the Web Application Designer using the text input dialog box for the relevant parameters. Using the button on the right of the Edit Chart item, we get to the Chart Wizard, which offers six steps for developing charts. You could spend days in these six steps (and I m sure the graphic designers at your corporation do) creating exactly the correct chart format, using the required corporate colors, adding ledgers for additional information, and on and on. There are over 20 different chart types, with subsets of these chart types. For example, the chart type Columns has seven different subsets. The great part about using this wizard is that you really don t have to spend too much time in this process if you don t want to. In our case we will be going through some of the functionality but won t cover all the details. This is one portion of the toolset that you need to work with to get a feel for the functionality. The following illustration shows the results of step 1 in this process. All types are supported by the Web. Here, you select the chart type from the list of charts. The selection is interactive, and you can see an example of what the chart will look like. You might be tempted to start configuring the information immediately on this screen, but it is just for deciding what chart type is required. You can display variations (for example, a 3D chart) on a chart type by clicking the plus sign in front of the chart type in question and expanding the structure tree.
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