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.NET iView : Want to use Graphs & Charts

Hi all,

I am developing .NET IView for EP6 SP9 using .NET PDK 1.0 Patch 1.

Basically I am interested in showing Bar graphs, Pie Charts etc through .NET IView. Are there any web controls available for showing graphs? Or I have to use customised controls for displaying graphs? Can I integrate "Flash files" on .NET IViews. If yes then how?

Also in terms of .NET iView certification I want to keep look & feel as per Portal for Graphs & Charts.

Regards

Vishvesh

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    Posted on Feb 07, 2005 at 04:42 PM

    Hi,

    About the Certification - I personally don't know of any official look & feel of graphs and charts. SAP defined some recommended color schemes, but I don't think they were "themed" anyway.

    About the flash files - To integrate any resource that should be available from the client, you should put it in the "Web Resources" folder and point to it using the "MapResourcePath" function. (if it's an image you can point to it using the SAP image control and not use the function)

    Regards,

    Ofer

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    Posted on Feb 07, 2005 at 02:49 PM

    Hi Vishvesh,

    The PDK for .NET does not include any charts controls. If you wish to show graphs you will have to use customized controls. What you should do is create a portal component that will display the image created by the customized control by changing the mime type of this portal component to image, and display the image created by the control.

    Regards,

    Tsachi

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