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"Zoom" functionnality on a graph ?

Hi All,

I have a simple report with a chart and our users have the possibility to see this report on two differents screens (small and big).

No automatic zoom (like powerpoint or SVG) is possible actually ...

so I create 2 reports, one with a small graph and small fonts, small labels ... and the second with a bigger graph with bigger fonts...

Do you think it is possible to have this zoom functionality within the same report ? and to adapt my graph size to the screen used for the display ...

Soufyen.

 
 

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  • Posted on Feb 25, 2005 at 10:01 AM

    HI!

    Actually I dont think there is any zoom facility in BW but ya if you have 2 reports as you explained you can then have rri link in the small report which opens the second report which works as a zoom.

    With regards

    ashwin

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    • Former Member Ashwin Gadi

      Ashwin,

      no it is not working automatically without clicking on a button.

      I think my pb is more a javascript pb ... I have to calculate the "virtual" screen size to switch ffom a report to another.

      The concept is that we have 6 screens, 5 screen (about 100cm) are divided in four and the last one is full display.

      So, in every part of the divided screens we display a report then with the cockpit tool we choose one report to be display on the full screen and in this case we have to make the report bigger.

      I heard that there is an SAP tool for this called "Cockpit management" in SEM (transaction UMC_CPM_STRAT) and maybe this tool can manage the zoom function but I do not found any documentation.

      soufyen.

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