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functionality. The Chart Wizard takes you through a six-step process for choosing the major properties of a chart. The following illustration shows the initial screen for using the Chart web item. As you can see, we have already assigned a query to this web item.
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We will work our way through the details of setting up a WAD process in a later chapter. For now, we will only concentrate on the specific items related to the Chart web item. These are found on the Web Item Parameters tab. The following illustration shows this information. This is one of those times when there are so many options available that we will only touch on the basics because going through all the advanced scenarios of chart building would take an additional several chapters.
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Table 13-3 lists the parameters for the Chart web item.
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Parameter/Grouping
Description Display
Width in Pixels (WIDTH) Height in Pixels (HEIGHT) Visibility (VISIBILITY) With Tray (WITH_TRAY)
You use this parameter to specify the width of the web item. You use this parameter to specify the height of the web item. You use this parameter to specify whether the web item is to be visible in the Web Application. You use this parameter to specify whether the Chart web item is to have a symbol that allows the web item to be expanded and collapsed. Internal Display
Edit Chart (CHART_CUSTOMIZING) Chart Type (CHART_TYPE) (See the following for this result)
You use the button for this parameter to navigate to the Chart Designer. In the Chart Designer, you can make various settings for the chart. We will review this process in more detail in the next section of this topic. You use this parameter to select the required chart type. The default value is Column Chart.
TABLE 13-3 Parameters for Chart Web Item
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Parameter/Grouping
Description Internal Display
Legend Type (LEGEND_TYPE)
You use this parameter to make the following settings for the legend: Legend (default setting) The legend is displayed. The option Chart Legend Position is also displayed. You can choose from the following options: North (N), East (E), South (S; the default value), and West (W). None The legend is hidden. Data Table Specifies that the system is to display the data in a table below the chart.
Only Legend (LEGEND_ONLY) Result Visible (RESULTS_VISIBLE)
You use this parameter to specify that the legend is to be displayed without the chart. You use this parameter to specify whether the results are to be displayed in the chart or hidden. This parameter is deactivated by default and the totals rows/columns for the underlying data provider are not displayed in the chart. This means that you can suppress totals that may affect the chart display adversely without having to change the data provider.
Swap Display Axes (AXES_SWAPPED)
You use this parameter to swap the chart axes in the display without changing the navigational state of the query view. You achieve the same effect if you swap two free characteristics with one another in the underlying query view.
Show Expanded Hierarchy Nodes (OPEN_HIERARCHY_ NODES_VISIBLE)
You use this parameter to specify whether expanded hierarchy nodes are to be displayed or hidden in the chart. If you deactivate this parameter, it is possible to remove the expanded nodes from the chart generation when the display hierarchy is active. This ensures that the total of the values displayed is the overall result. You use this parameter to specify whether exceptions are to be displayed in the chart or are hidden. This parameter is deactivated by default and no exceptions are displayed in the chart, even though the data provider on which it is based has exceptions. Behavior
Display Exceptions (EXCEPTIONS_VISIBLE)
Allow Navigation (INTERACTION_ALLOWED)
You use this parameter to specify whether navigation and other interaction is to be possible in the Web Application. Data Binding
Data Provider (DATA_PROVIDER_REF)
You use this parameter to assign a data provider to the web item. The web item gets the data and metadata that it needs to generate the output and commands from this data provider. I recommend that you keep to the conventions supported by the Web Application Designer when specifying names: Names can be a maximum of 30 characters and consist of A-Z, 0-9 and the underscore character (_), but cannot start or end with an underscore character. Adhering to these conventions simplifies the upgrade to subsequent SAP releases.
TABLE 13-3 Parameters for Chart Web Item (continued)
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