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Graph in a subscreen area

Hi Experts,

How do you create a graph in a subscreen?

I checked out transaction GRAL but all the graph charts popup in a separate screen.

Moreover I do not want the BOXES internal table attached to the chart. How do you suppress this functionality? Because in it's place I need an ALV tree instead.


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    Posted on Nov 29, 2007 at 03:49 PM

    Use the CL_GUI_CHART_ENGINE or GFW to do this.

    1. Create a container

    2. Create a Config XML (You can use the Chart designer)

    3. Create a data xml

    4. Create an instance of the above class in the container

    5. Render the chart.

    Let me know if you need more details.


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    • Hi,

      the basic idea is to create the customizing XML interactively using the Chart Designer. Do not try to code this with the iXML classes in ABAP. Instead save the XML in the MIME repository or somewhere on the database and load it at runtime.

      If you need to change some parts of the customizing at runtime it's possible to send an additional (second) customizing XML created using iXML for overwriting some special tags only (e.g. the title).

      And last but not least you have to create the data dynamically but this shouldn't be a problem - compared to the customizing XML 😊

      Regards, Kai

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