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GRAPHS

Former Member
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Hi gurus

please give documents regarding 'graphs' i.e; building various charts.

thanx

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Hi rahul,,

Graph with two-dimensional represention of data

A 3D graph has three axes, two horizontal ones and one vertical one. The vertical axis contains numeric values. The two horizontal axes, located on the left and the right of the graph bottom, contain labels (row and column titles), for the values. Each numeric value is identified by a pair of labels, a row (left horizontal axis) and a column title (right horizontal axis).

In SAP Business Graphics, you can display 3D graphs using the 3D view and the selection view.

Reward if it's useful..

Regards,

Zeemaaa......

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ashok_kumar24
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Hi Rahul Sharma,

<b>Good ... Check out these FM's

GRAPH_2D Calling up the 2D business graphics

GRAPH_2D_MENUE DO NOT USE (use 'GRAPH_2D' and 'GRAPH_BUSG_MENU_SET')

GRAPH_3D Calling up the 3D presentation graphics

GRAPH_BUSG_COLOR_SET Definition of color pallets for business graphics

GRAPH_BUSG_MENU_SET Pushbutton menu (tool bar) for all BUSG modules

GRAPH_MATRIX Calling up SAP Business Graphics (2D, 3D and 4D)

GRAPH_MATRIX_2D Calling up the 2D graphics (user-friendly version)

GRAPH_MATRIX_3D Structure of 3D graphics (user-friendly version)

GRAPH_MATRIX_4D Calling up a 3D graphic (4th dimension stacked representation)

Check the transaction GRAL , you have many example on graphs.check for program name with 'GFW*'</b>

Good Luck and thanks

AK

Former Member
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Hi rahul,,

Graph with two-dimensional represention of data

A 3D graph has three axes, two horizontal ones and one vertical one. The vertical axis contains numeric values. The two horizontal axes, located on the left and the right of the graph bottom, contain labels (row and column titles), for the values. Each numeric value is identified by a pair of labels, a row (left horizontal axis) and a column title (right horizontal axis).

In SAP Business Graphics, you can display 3D graphs using the 3D view and the selection view.

Reward if it's useful..

Regards,

Zeemaaa......

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The Chart Designer can be used in conjunction with the Chart Engine in the context of the Internet Graphics Service. You use it to specify customizing settings, for example specifying chart types and colors.

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Hi,

that's right. Using the Chart Designer is the up-to-date way of creating charts.

BTW, have a look at the demo reports GRAPHICS_GUI_CE_DEMO (chart engine based on the Windows SAPGUI control) and GRAPHICS_IGS_CE_TEST (chart engine based on the IGS).

Regards, Kai