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RRI, graphs in Workbooks

Hello Gurus,

Firstly I would like to know if we can create jump queries between workbook and a query. I know I can jump from query to query and workbook to query but how about query to workbook.

Secondly is there a problem in creating graphs in a workbook based on just one category in the report and if so can we dynamically change the title on the graph.

Example I have 4 regions N, E, W, S and based on the sales rate I need to create graphs. I wanted the graph title changed depending on my selection criteria. Is it possible or I need to create them in WAD?

I am sure you guys would have a solution for this and expecting for an appropriate answer, thanks for all the prior help and ideas.


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  • Posted on May 19, 2005 at 03:00 PM

    Hi Priya,

    As far as the jump target from query to workbook is concerned, I guess you want the query to jump to a particular navigation state that you have stored in the form of a workbook. For this it may be helpful to actually save a view and use that as a jump target. Look at this for more info:

    Hope this helps...

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