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How to create a viz chart with 2 y-axes?


I want to create a viz chart with 2 y-axes.Can anyone help

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    Posted on Feb 02, 2015 at 05:26 PM

    Hi you can use dual combination charts


    JsDoc Report - SAP UI development Toolkit for HTML5 - API Reference - sap.viz.ui5.types.Combination


    sap.viz.ui5.DualCombination(I bar(primary) + n line charts(secondary axis))

    for second case you can give the dataset as

    var oDataset = new{

    dimensions : [

    {axis : 1, name: "ABC", value: "{ABC}"},


    measures : [

    {group: 1, name : "A", value : "{A}"},

    {group: 2, name : "B", value : "{B}"},

    {group: 2, name : "C", value : "{C}"}


    data : {

    path : "/data"}


    this will create A as primary axis (Bar)

    B , C as Secondary axis (Line)

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    • Hi Michael, actually it's better to check the api docu, my example was also not really correct, i adapted my example:

      Here the link to the parameters:

      For dual_line the correct property names for the axis are categoryAxis (Dimension) and valueAxis resp. valueAxis2 . The VizFrame type needs to have two Axis supported, you can check the docu. It's the one with dual_.. starting. Eg. dual_stacked_combination has 2 axis, but for the measures on the axis, it seems to render the first axis measure as colum, the following as lines, not exactly what you mentioned. According to the docu, you can create your own series type. maybe i try it out when i find some time ;-), br, Sophie.

  • Posted on Feb 02, 2015 at 04:42 PM

    Hi Singanamala,

    you mean like here:

    see Dual bar / line ?

    i dropped it also into a jsfiddle

    best regards, Sophie.

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