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Hi Gurus,

Is there a way to create charts at runtime for each value in the dropdown box. At any point of time, dropdown box may contain max of 50 characteristic values. If dropdown has 50 values, 50 charts has to be drawn.

Thanks in advance,


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    Posted on Aug 24, 2005 at 03:07 PM

    Hi All,

    The detail explanation of the problem or what I am trying to do is. I greatly appreciate if you can post your ideas.

    A variable screen has profit center varible. User will enter one value on the profit center variable. In the template there is a combo. Which shows a ZINFOOBject values of a particular profit center. When the template is open it shows a graph and table for all the values of the profit center. If user needs to view the graph and table on ZInfoObject they will change the value in the drop down box.

    But my users are not happy with this. The way they want the solution is as soon as the webtemplate opens it show all the graphs for the number of values in the ZINFOOBJECT for a particular Profit Center.

    Eg. User enters profitcenter1 and it has 10 values in the ZINFOOBJECT, then in the web template it should show 10 graphs. If user enters profitcenter2 and it has 20 values for the ZINFOOBJECT, then the template should show 20 graphs.

    I am able to read each value within the profit center using the javascript. But I am unable to create the chart object in the javascript. I tried using document.write also.

    ANy ideas how this can be achieved ? Is it achievable by BSPs ? I don't know much about BSPs....

    Thank you very much for your input.


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