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Graph with OLAP
Anybody worked on Graph using OLAP. If anybody can send me some sample code for that, that could be great.


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Dunno much about OLAP, but in the documentation you hace a how-to work with OLAP graphs?

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I think that Kamesh is talking about enabling OLAP with a graph built as a procedure. The document you linked to is talking about the built-in graphing ability of an OLAP enabled report. That feature does not offer very good display capabilities / chart customization compared to the graph builder wizard. This is especially true for printed reports.

The graphs built as procedures cannot be OLAP enabled, as far as I have been able to discover. You *can* build a drill-down to another graph that takes parameters from the first graph, though. This is far better than nothing, that's for sure.

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