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graphs in IM 6.5

2 posts in PB Infomaker Report Writer Last posting was on 1999-05-14 14:46:43.0Z
Marc Leribaux Posted on 1999-05-14 13:32:21.0Z
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I have within my db a table with the following fields
-itemcode
-unitsX
-unitsY
-unitsZ

I want to create a graph that displays on the Y-bar the number of Units
and on the X-bar the three values for every itemcode

How do I do this? I've tried putting itemcode in 'categorie', but I
don't know what to put in values and series.
Can somebody help me?


Terry Dykstra Posted on 1999-05-14 14:46:43.0Z
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That would be a series:
category: unitsX,unitsY,unitsZ
value: itemcode,itemcode,itemcode
series: "X',"Y","Z"

The dropdown boxes only allow you to put in one value, but you can just type
in the desired values.
--
Terry Dykstra (TeamPS)
Canadian Forest Oil Ltd.

Marc Leribaux wrote in message <373C25E5.2507D84C@capgeminigroup.com>...
>I have within my db a table with the following fields
> -itemcode
> -unitsX
> -unitsY
> -unitsZ
>
>I want to create a graph that displays on the Y-bar the number of Units
>and on the X-bar the three values for every itemcode
>
>How do I do this? I've tried putting itemcode in 'categorie', but I
>don't know what to put in values and series.
>Can somebody help me?
>