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Business Graphics and Data Tables

Hi All,

I have a SAPGUI application which uses the SAP Chart to display a pretty simple column chart with a data table underneath.

With the SAPGUI Chart Options this is set as so: [Chart Options |]

The result is a chart looking like so:

[Chart Example|]

Does anybody know whether this is possible to achieve with the IGS from WebDynpro?



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    Posted on Sep 22, 2008 at 06:08 AM

    I guess I should have been more explicit:

    The question is using the Webdynpro Business Graphic UI Element, is it possible to construct a column graph with a data table directly below the chart showing the values of the categories.

    If so, how? I couldn't see any option in the Business Graphic UI that enabled the display of the data table - as it was called in the SAPGUI OCX version of the business graphic.

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    • Hi Andrew,

      it is not requestable via the customizing XML but through an additional parameter. But this does not return the data table immediately, it returns information about the coordinates and the data table is built within the BW coding.

      Sorry, there is no way to get this information.



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    Posted on Sep 22, 2008 at 05:44 AM


    If you are using webdynpro for ABAP then we cna use the Business Graphics UI element where we have differenet chart optins( bar, pie, lines etc) to have the graphs.

    BG in Webdynpro -

    For WD4Java we need the separate IGS server to render the graphs, but in WD4A we dont need it. we can design webdynpro applicaitons in SE80 and can run the applciations in browser direclty.

    we can use the data from BAPI by making a service call to that BAPI, and bind the tables to this BG UI element to display.



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