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PIE Graph in PowerBuilder 11.2

3 posts in Objects Last posting was on 2009-09-30 15:22:20.0Z
Thomas Posted on 2009-09-28 19:11:48.0Z
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Subject: PIE Graph in PowerBuilder 11.2
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Hi:
I am using PB 11.2 with backend sybase 12.5. I need to
do extensive graph reporting. What my users need is a pie
graph which is already split showing the various slices with
colors (design patterns) and percentage.

Is there a way to do this in powerbuilder datawindow or
graph object (the user does not double click on the graph to
split it). this is just reporting.

If this cannot be done in powerbuilder what is the next
best tool to do it? (Excel, or any third party tool)?

I would really appreciate if anyone provides me with a good
example (weblink) if it is possible to do through
powerbuilder.

N.B:- I am still in PB 11.2, I believe PB 11.5 or PB 12
might have a good graph feature.

Thanks a lot in advance.
Thomas


Chris Pollach Posted on 2009-09-29 12:14:13.0Z
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Hi Thomas;

Yes .. you can certainly have the Pie charts exploded for report /
printing. You will need to write some PB code to do that though. If you run
the PB Example application that installs along with your IDE - I believe it
has some example code of changing pie colours, explosion, etc. Even though
this is done via mouse double-clicks, you only need to apply the same logic
right after the RetrieveEnd event.

HTH

--
Regards ... Chris
ISUG - NA RUG Director
http://chrispollach.pbdjmagazine.com

<Thomas> wrote in message news:4ac10a74.3f78.1681692777@sybase.com...
> Hi:
> I am using PB 11.2 with backend sybase 12.5. I need to
> do extensive graph reporting. What my users need is a pie
> graph which is already split showing the various slices with
> colors (design patterns) and percentage.
>
> Is there a way to do this in powerbuilder datawindow or
> graph object (the user does not double click on the graph to
> split it). this is just reporting.
>
> If this cannot be done in powerbuilder what is the next
> best tool to do it? (Excel, or any third party tool)?
>
> I would really appreciate if anyone provides me with a good
> example (weblink) if it is possible to do through
> powerbuilder.
>
> N.B:- I am still in PB 11.2, I believe PB 11.5 or PB 12
> might have a good graph feature.
>
> Thanks a lot in advance.
> Thomas


Thomas Posted on 2009-09-30 15:22:20.0Z
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Thank You Chris:

Thanks a Lot.

Thomas

> Hi Thomas;
>
> Yes .. you can certainly have the Pie charts exploded
> for report / printing. You will need to write some PB
> code to do that though. If you run the PB Example
> application that installs along with your IDE - I believe
> it has some example code of changing pie colours,
> explosion, etc. Even though this is done via mouse
> double-clicks, you only need to apply the same logic
> right after the RetrieveEnd event.
>
> HTH
>
> --
> Regards ... Chris
> ISUG - NA RUG Director
> http://chrispollach.pbdjmagazine.com
>
>
> <Thomas> wrote in message
> > news:4ac10a74.3f78.1681692777@sybase.com... Hi:
> > I am using PB 11.2 with backend sybase 12.5. I need to
> > do extensive graph reporting. What my users need is a
> > pie graph which is already split showing the various
> > slices with colors (design patterns) and percentage.
> >
> > Is there a way to do this in powerbuilder datawindow or
> > graph object (the user does not double click on the
> > graph to split it). this is just reporting.
> >
> > If this cannot be done in powerbuilder what is the next
> > best tool to do it? (Excel, or any third party tool)?
> >
> > I would really appreciate if anyone provides me with a
> > good example (weblink) if it is possible to do through
> > powerbuilder.
> >
> > N.B:- I am still in PB 11.2, I believe PB 11.5 or PB 12
> > might have a good graph feature.
> >
> > Thanks a lot in advance.
> > Thomas
>
>