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Hello

I'm using ChartFX ClientServer 5.1 (it is integrated in ActiveReport2). I

have to develope a chart according to the sample attached.

I generated the SQL result set with 7 Series, for the red rectangle I have

the minimum and maximum values.

But I didn't succeed to generate this chart. What gallerytype should I use?

I tried it with stacked bar and added 2 white bars for filling bottom and

top space. But it somehow glues to the zeroline!

Please help, this is rather urgent!

Thanks in advance

Luzia

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This code will give you a nice starting point but I don't think you will be 

able to get the series legend box exactly as in your picture. You may want

to try using the UserLegendBox.

// Hardcoded data

chart1.OpenData(COD.Values,3,3);

chart1.OpenData(COD.IniValues,3,3);

chart1.Value[0,0] = 38;

chart1.Value[1,0] = 12;

chart1.Value[2,0] = 5;

chart1.Value[0,1] = 28;

chart1.Value[1,1] = 14;

chart1.Value[2,1] = 7;

chart1.Value[0,2] = -4;

chart1.Value[1,2] = -6;

chart1.Value[2,2] = -8;

// Note that line chart will ignore ini Values

// so we only supply ini values for bars, this could not be correct if user

can change galleries

chart1.IniValue[0,0] = -10;

chart1.IniValue[0,1] = -40;

chart1.IniValue[0,2] = -12;

chart1.CloseData(COD.IniValues);

chart1.CloseData(COD.Values);

chart1.Series[0].Gallery = Gallery.Bar;

chart1.Series[0].Color = Color.Transparent;

chart1.Series[0].BorderColor = Color.Red;

chart1.Series[0].BorderEffect = BorderEffect.None;

chart1.Series[1].Gallery = Gallery.Lines;

chart1.Series[2].Gallery = Gallery.Lines;

chart1.AxisY.Max = 50;

chart1.AxisY.Min = -50;

// Use Annotations to get Min-Max labels

AnnotationX annotationX = new AnnotationX();

chart1.Extensions.Add(annotationX);

// You will probably do this in a loop for all values/inivalues of series 0

AnnotationText annText = new AnnotationText();

annotationX.List.Add(annText);

double maxValue = chart1.Value[0,0];

annText.Text = maxValue.ToString();

annText.Color = Color.White;

annText.Border.Color = Color.Transparent;

// Note that nth bar is drawn at X=n+1 so that is where we need to attach it

annText.Attach(1,maxValue);

--

Regards,

JC

Software FX Support

"Luzia Baumgartner" <nospam@spam.ch> wrote in message

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> Hello

>

> I'm using ChartFX ClientServer 5.1 (it is integrated in ActiveReport2). I

> have to develope a chart according to the sample attached.

>

> I generated the SQL result set with 7 Series, for the red rectangle I have

> the minimum and maximum values.

>

> But I didn't succeed to generate this chart. What gallerytype should I

> use?

> I tried it with stacked bar and added 2 white bars for filling bottom and

> top space. But it somehow glues to the zeroline!

>

> Please help, this is rather urgent!

>

> Thanks in advance

> Luzia

>

>

>

>

>

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Sorry, I just realized your question was about ChartFX Client Server 5.1 and 

I replied using ChartFX for .NET code. You should be able to translate the

code ...

Remove BorderEffect (this property does not exist on 5.1)

Replace Chart1.AxisY with Chart1.Axis(AXIS_Y)

The parameter for AnnotationText.Attach is a string

--

Regards,

JC

Software FX Support

"Software FX Support" <noreply> wrote in message

news:g3bIQm4uEHA.424@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

> This code will give you a nice starting point but I don't think you will

> be able to get the series legend box exactly as in your picture. You may

> want to try using the UserLegendBox.

>

> // Hardcoded data

> chart1.OpenData(COD.Values,3,3);

> chart1.OpenData(COD.IniValues,3,3);

> chart1.Value[0,0] = 38;

> chart1.Value[1,0] = 12;

> chart1.Value[2,0] = 5;

>

> chart1.Value[0,1] = 28;

> chart1.Value[1,1] = 14;

> chart1.Value[2,1] = 7;

>

> chart1.Value[0,2] = -4;

> chart1.Value[1,2] = -6;

> chart1.Value[2,2] = -8;

>

> // Note that line chart will ignore ini Values

> // so we only supply ini values for bars, this could not be correct if

> user can change galleries

> chart1.IniValue[0,0] = -10;

> chart1.IniValue[0,1] = -40;

> chart1.IniValue[0,2] = -12;

>

> chart1.CloseData(COD.IniValues);

> chart1.CloseData(COD.Values);

>

> chart1.Series[0].Gallery = Gallery.Bar;

> chart1.Series[0].Color = Color.Transparent;

> chart1.Series[0].BorderColor = Color.Red;

> chart1.Series[0].BorderEffect = BorderEffect.None;

> chart1.Series[1].Gallery = Gallery.Lines;

> chart1.Series[2].Gallery = Gallery.Lines;

>

> chart1.AxisY.Max = 50;

> chart1.AxisY.Min = -50;

>

> // Use Annotations to get Min-Max labels

> AnnotationX annotationX = new AnnotationX();

> chart1.Extensions.Add(annotationX);

>

> // You will probably do this in a loop for all values/inivalues of series

> 0

> AnnotationText annText = new AnnotationText();

> annotationX.List.Add(annText);

> double maxValue = chart1.Value[0,0];

> annText.Text = maxValue.ToString();

> annText.Color = Color.White;

> annText.Border.Color = Color.Transparent;

>

> // Note that nth bar is drawn at X=n+1 so that is where we need to attach

> it

> annText.Attach(1,maxValue);

>

> --

> Regards,

>

> JC

> Software FX Support

> "Luzia Baumgartner" <nospam@spam.ch> wrote in message

> news:ON9b122uEHA.420@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

>> Hello

>>

>> I'm using ChartFX ClientServer 5.1 (it is integrated in ActiveReport2). I

>> have to develope a chart according to the sample attached.

>>

>> I generated the SQL result set with 7 Series, for the red rectangle I

>> have

>> the minimum and maximum values.

>>

>> But I didn't succeed to generate this chart. What gallerytype should I

>> use?

>> I tried it with stacked bar and added 2 white bars for filling bottom and

>> top space. But it somehow glues to the zeroline!

>>

>> Please help, this is rather urgent!

>>

>> Thanks in advance

>> Luzia

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>

>

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Hello JC

Thank you JC! The thing with the iniValues works fine.

Now I have two more questions (be aware that I use ChartFX Client Server

5.1) :

- Can I set the Color of the bar transparent?

- How do I use the UserLegendBox? I didn't find anything in the help

thanks and regars

Luzia

"Software FX Support" <noreply> schrieb im Newsbeitrag

news:xSbelo4uEHA.420@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

> Sorry, I just realized your question was about ChartFX Client Server 5.1

> and I replied using ChartFX for .NET code. You should be able to translate

> the code ...

>

> Remove BorderEffect (this property does not exist on 5.1)

> Replace Chart1.AxisY with Chart1.Axis(AXIS_Y)

> The parameter for AnnotationText.Attach is a string

>

> --

> Regards,

>

> JC

> Software FX Support

> "Software FX Support" <noreply> wrote in message

> news:g3bIQm4uEHA.424@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

>> This code will give you a nice starting point but I don't think you will

>> be able to get the series legend box exactly as in your picture. You may

>> want to try using the UserLegendBox.

>>

>> // Hardcoded data

>> chart1.OpenData(COD.Values,3,3);

>> chart1.OpenData(COD.IniValues,3,3);

>> chart1.Value[0,0] = 38;

>> chart1.Value[1,0] = 12;

>> chart1.Value[2,0] = 5;

>>

>> chart1.Value[0,1] = 28;

>> chart1.Value[1,1] = 14;

>> chart1.Value[2,1] = 7;

>>

>> chart1.Value[0,2] = -4;

>> chart1.Value[1,2] = -6;

>> chart1.Value[2,2] = -8;

>>

>> // Note that line chart will ignore ini Values

>> // so we only supply ini values for bars, this could not be correct if

>> user can change galleries

>> chart1.IniValue[0,0] = -10;

>> chart1.IniValue[0,1] = -40;

>> chart1.IniValue[0,2] = -12;

>>

>> chart1.CloseData(COD.IniValues);

>> chart1.CloseData(COD.Values);

>>

>> chart1.Series[0].Gallery = Gallery.Bar;

>> chart1.Series[0].Color = Color.Transparent;

>> chart1.Series[0].BorderColor = Color.Red;

>> chart1.Series[0].BorderEffect = BorderEffect.None;

>> chart1.Series[1].Gallery = Gallery.Lines;

>> chart1.Series[2].Gallery = Gallery.Lines;

>>

>> chart1.AxisY.Max = 50;

>> chart1.AxisY.Min = -50;

>>

>> // Use Annotations to get Min-Max labels

>> AnnotationX annotationX = new AnnotationX();

>> chart1.Extensions.Add(annotationX);

>>

>> // You will probably do this in a loop for all values/inivalues of series

>> 0

>> AnnotationText annText = new AnnotationText();

>> annotationX.List.Add(annText);

>> double maxValue = chart1.Value[0,0];

>> annText.Text = maxValue.ToString();

>> annText.Color = Color.White;

>> annText.Border.Color = Color.Transparent;

>>

>> // Note that nth bar is drawn at X=n+1 so that is where we need to attach

>> it

>> annText.Attach(1,maxValue);

>>

>> --

>> Regards,

>>

>> JC

>> Software FX Support

>> "Luzia Baumgartner" <nospam@spam.ch> wrote in message

>> news:ON9b122uEHA.420@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

>>> Hello

>>>

>>> I'm using ChartFX ClientServer 5.1 (it is integrated in ActiveReport2).

>>> I

>>> have to develope a chart according to the sample attached.

>>>

>>> I generated the SQL result set with 7 Series, for the red rectangle I

>>> have

>>> the minimum and maximum values.

>>>

>>> But I didn't succeed to generate this chart. What gallerytype should I

>>> use?

>>> I tried it with stacked bar and added 2 white bars for filling bottom

>>> and

>>> top space. But it somehow glues to the zeroline!

>>>

>>> Please help, this is rather urgent!

>>>

>>> Thanks in advance

>>> Luzia

>>>

>>>

>>>

>>>

>>>

>>

>>

>

>

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> - Can I set the Color of the bar transparent?

We define CHART_TRANSPARENT as 0x40000000

> - How do I use the UserLegendBox? I didn't find anything in the help

This is not supported in 5.X, I am afraid you may have to paint the legend

box on your own as the default series legend box will not show exactly as

you want.

--

Regards,

JC

Software FX Support

"Luzia Baumgartner" <nospam@spam.ch> wrote in message

news:znfQzWDvEHA.3556@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

> Hello JC

>

> Thank you JC! The thing with the iniValues works fine.

>

> Now I have two more questions (be aware that I use ChartFX Client Server

> 5.1) :

>

> - Can I set the Color of the bar transparent?

> - How do I use the UserLegendBox? I didn't find anything in the help

>

> thanks and regars

> Luzia

>

> "Software FX Support" <noreply> schrieb im Newsbeitrag

> news:xSbelo4uEHA.420@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

>> Sorry, I just realized your question was about ChartFX Client Server 5.1

>> and I replied using ChartFX for .NET code. You should be able to

>> translate the code ...

>>

>> Remove BorderEffect (this property does not exist on 5.1)

>> Replace Chart1.AxisY with Chart1.Axis(AXIS_Y)

>> The parameter for AnnotationText.Attach is a string

>>

>> --

>> Regards,

>>

>> JC

>> Software FX Support

>> "Software FX Support" <noreply> wrote in message

>> news:g3bIQm4uEHA.424@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

>>> This code will give you a nice starting point but I don't think you will

>>> be able to get the series legend box exactly as in your picture. You may

>>> want to try using the UserLegendBox.

>>>

>>> // Hardcoded data

>>> chart1.OpenData(COD.Values,3,3);

>>> chart1.OpenData(COD.IniValues,3,3);

>>> chart1.Value[0,0] = 38;

>>> chart1.Value[1,0] = 12;

>>> chart1.Value[2,0] = 5;

>>>

>>> chart1.Value[0,1] = 28;

>>> chart1.Value[1,1] = 14;

>>> chart1.Value[2,1] = 7;

>>>

>>> chart1.Value[0,2] = -4;

>>> chart1.Value[1,2] = -6;

>>> chart1.Value[2,2] = -8;

>>>

>>> // Note that line chart will ignore ini Values

>>> // so we only supply ini values for bars, this could not be correct if

>>> user can change galleries

>>> chart1.IniValue[0,0] = -10;

>>> chart1.IniValue[0,1] = -40;

>>> chart1.IniValue[0,2] = -12;

>>>

>>> chart1.CloseData(COD.IniValues);

>>> chart1.CloseData(COD.Values);

>>>

>>> chart1.Series[0].Gallery = Gallery.Bar;

>>> chart1.Series[0].Color = Color.Transparent;

>>> chart1.Series[0].BorderColor = Color.Red;

>>> chart1.Series[0].BorderEffect = BorderEffect.None;

>>> chart1.Series[1].Gallery = Gallery.Lines;

>>> chart1.Series[2].Gallery = Gallery.Lines;

>>>

>>> chart1.AxisY.Max = 50;

>>> chart1.AxisY.Min = -50;

>>>

>>> // Use Annotations to get Min-Max labels

>>> AnnotationX annotationX = new AnnotationX();

>>> chart1.Extensions.Add(annotationX);

>>>

>>> // You will probably do this in a loop for all values/inivalues of

>>> series 0

>>> AnnotationText annText = new AnnotationText();

>>> annotationX.List.Add(annText);

>>> double maxValue = chart1.Value[0,0];

>>> annText.Text = maxValue.ToString();

>>> annText.Color = Color.White;

>>> annText.Border.Color = Color.Transparent;

>>>

>>> // Note that nth bar is drawn at X=n+1 so that is where we need to

>>> attach it

>>> annText.Attach(1,maxValue);

>>>

>>> --

>>> Regards,

>>>

>>> JC

>>> Software FX Support

>>> "Luzia Baumgartner" <nospam@spam.ch> wrote in message

>>> news:ON9b122uEHA.420@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

>>>> Hello

>>>>

>>>> I'm using ChartFX ClientServer 5.1 (it is integrated in ActiveReport2).

>>>> I

>>>> have to develope a chart according to the sample attached.

>>>>

>>>> I generated the SQL result set with 7 Series, for the red rectangle I

>>>> have

>>>> the minimum and maximum values.

>>>>

>>>> But I didn't succeed to generate this chart. What gallerytype should I

>>>> use?

>>>> I tried it with stacked bar and added 2 white bars for filling bottom

>>>> and

>>>> top space. But it somehow glues to the zeroline!

>>>>

>>>> Please help, this is rather urgent!

>>>>

>>>> Thanks in advance

>>>> Luzia

>>>>

>>>>

>>>>

>>>>

>>>>

>>>

>>>

>>

>>

>

>

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Hello JC

thanks, the transparent filling is ok.

the automatically produced Legend is ok

regards,

Luzia

"Software FX Support" <noreply> schrieb im Newsbeitrag

news:EXF6meEvEHA.3408@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

>> - Can I set the Color of the bar transparent?

>

> We define CHART_TRANSPARENT as 0x40000000

>

>> - How do I use the UserLegendBox? I didn't find anything in the help

>

> This is not supported in 5.X, I am afraid you may have to paint the legend

> box on your own as the default series legend box will not show exactly as

> you want.

>

> --

> Regards,

>

> JC

> Software FX Support

> "Luzia Baumgartner" <nospam@spam.ch> wrote in message

> news:znfQzWDvEHA.3556@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

>> Hello JC

>>

>> Thank you JC! The thing with the iniValues works fine.

>>

>> Now I have two more questions (be aware that I use ChartFX Client Server

>> 5.1) :

>>

>> - Can I set the Color of the bar transparent?

>> - How do I use the UserLegendBox? I didn't find anything in the help

>>

>> thanks and regars

>> Luzia

>>

>> "Software FX Support" <noreply> schrieb im Newsbeitrag

>> news:xSbelo4uEHA.420@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

>>> Sorry, I just realized your question was about ChartFX Client Server 5.1

>>> and I replied using ChartFX for .NET code. You should be able to

>>> translate the code ...

>>>

>>> Remove BorderEffect (this property does not exist on 5.1)

>>> Replace Chart1.AxisY with Chart1.Axis(AXIS_Y)

>>> The parameter for AnnotationText.Attach is a string

>>>

>>> --

>>> Regards,

>>>

>>> JC

>>> Software FX Support

>>> "Software FX Support" <noreply> wrote in message

>>> news:g3bIQm4uEHA.424@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

>>>> This code will give you a nice starting point but I don't think you

>>>> will be able to get the series legend box exactly as in your picture.

>>>> You may want to try using the UserLegendBox.

>>>>

>>>> // Hardcoded data

>>>> chart1.OpenData(COD.Values,3,3);

>>>> chart1.OpenData(COD.IniValues,3,3);

>>>> chart1.Value[0,0] = 38;

>>>> chart1.Value[1,0] = 12;

>>>> chart1.Value[2,0] = 5;

>>>>

>>>> chart1.Value[0,1] = 28;

>>>> chart1.Value[1,1] = 14;

>>>> chart1.Value[2,1] = 7;

>>>>

>>>> chart1.Value[0,2] = -4;

>>>> chart1.Value[1,2] = -6;

>>>> chart1.Value[2,2] = -8;

>>>>

>>>> // Note that line chart will ignore ini Values

>>>> // so we only supply ini values for bars, this could not be correct if

>>>> user can change galleries

>>>> chart1.IniValue[0,0] = -10;

>>>> chart1.IniValue[0,1] = -40;

>>>> chart1.IniValue[0,2] = -12;

>>>>

>>>> chart1.CloseData(COD.IniValues);

>>>> chart1.CloseData(COD.Values);

>>>>

>>>> chart1.Series[0].Gallery = Gallery.Bar;

>>>> chart1.Series[0].Color = Color.Transparent;

>>>> chart1.Series[0].BorderColor = Color.Red;

>>>> chart1.Series[0].BorderEffect = BorderEffect.None;

>>>> chart1.Series[1].Gallery = Gallery.Lines;

>>>> chart1.Series[2].Gallery = Gallery.Lines;

>>>>

>>>> chart1.AxisY.Max = 50;

>>>> chart1.AxisY.Min = -50;

>>>>

>>>> // Use Annotations to get Min-Max labels

>>>> AnnotationX annotationX = new AnnotationX();

>>>> chart1.Extensions.Add(annotationX);

>>>>

>>>> // You will probably do this in a loop for all values/inivalues of

>>>> series 0

>>>> AnnotationText annText = new AnnotationText();

>>>> annotationX.List.Add(annText);

>>>> double maxValue = chart1.Value[0,0];

>>>> annText.Text = maxValue.ToString();

>>>> annText.Color = Color.White;

>>>> annText.Border.Color = Color.Transparent;

>>>>

>>>> // Note that nth bar is drawn at X=n+1 so that is where we need to

>>>> attach it

>>>> annText.Attach(1,maxValue);

>>>>

>>>> --

>>>> Regards,

>>>>

>>>> JC

>>>> Software FX Support

>>>> "Luzia Baumgartner" <nospam@spam.ch> wrote in message

>>>> news:ON9b122uEHA.420@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

>>>>> Hello

>>>>>

>>>>> I'm using ChartFX ClientServer 5.1 (it is integrated in

>>>>> ActiveReport2). I

>>>>> have to develope a chart according to the sample attached.

>>>>>

>>>>> I generated the SQL result set with 7 Series, for the red rectangle I

>>>>> have

>>>>> the minimum and maximum values.

>>>>>

>>>>> But I didn't succeed to generate this chart. What gallerytype should I

>>>>> use?

>>>>> I tried it with stacked bar and added 2 white bars for filling bottom

>>>>> and

>>>>> top space. But it somehow glues to the zeroline!

>>>>>

>>>>> Please help, this is rather urgent!

>>>>>

>>>>> Thanks in advance

>>>>> Luzia

>>>>>

>>>>>

>>>>>

>>>>>

>>>>>

>>>>

>>>>

>>>

>>>

>>

>>

>

>

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