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Web dynpro abap bubble and portfolio charts

hello everyone,

i'm writing a new thread as my last solution.

I'm trying to create a bubble chart and I find no documentation on it. Does anyone have any idea?

As i don't find anything yet, i'm doing a portfolio chart (which is a square chart) . I'm following this tutorial

http://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/scn/go/portal/prtroot/docs/library/uuid/ca932ebc-0901-0010-68a0-b4dd81a4bf81?quicklink=index&overridelayout=truerx3atzn6kdsahqetzrndbq&usg=afqjcneff37_qgu4wkq822gxgt2xtq0_ka&sig2=xtrgs5cuxmqnt29kikmyaa

but i can't get it work because i cannot give any size of the square.

Does someone know how to do? Any ideas?

I'm sure few people would be interested to know how to make it.

Thank you!

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    Posted on May 03, 2011 at 04:32 PM

    Take a look at the demo WDR_TEST_EVENTS, in particular the BG_PORTFOLIO view. In that demo, they have a variable of size type F and are binding it to their graph node.

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    Posted on May 04, 2011 at 09:10 AM

    yes thank you! This gave me a lot of examples for charts! Even i think bubble does doesn't exist at all...

    Is there a way where

    - the 0 y-axis is in the middle (the square shouldn't move vertically but should appear in the middle of the chart)

    - The numbers in the x-axis are replaced by intervals whith a name (as section 1, section 2 etc...) ?

    i'm trying to edit the customizing but i think changes are not saved.

    Thank you

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