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[CLOSED] Creation of graph based on check box selection

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January 16, 2014, 05:43 AM
Praneeth Maguluri
[CLOSED] Creation of graph based on check box selection
I have created a check box before every row in my output.Now I want to create a bar chart based on selection of check box in my report output.
Please help me on this in providing the code

-----------Here is my code for creation of checkbox before every row-----------

DEFINE FILE CAR
ID1/I5 WITH MODEL =LAST ID1 + 1;
AID1/A5 = FPRINT(ID1, 'I5' , 'A5');
AID2/A5 = TRIM('L', AID1, 5, ' ', 1, 'A5');
CB/A100 = '';
END

TABLE FILE CAR
HEADING
"Car Report checkbox"
" "
PRINT
CB AS ''
'CAR.ORIGIN.COUNTRY'
'CAR.COMP.CAR'
'CAR.CARREC.MODEL'
'CAR.BODY.BODYTYPE'

ON TABLE HOLD FORMAT AHTMLTAB AS REPORT2
ON TABLE SET STYLE *
TYPE=HEADING, SIZE=20, STYLE=BOLD,COLOR=GREEN, $
ENDSTYLE
END
-RUN

-HTMLFORM BEGIN
!IBI.OBJ.ACTIVEREPORTJS;

<script>
function showCheckedItems() {
var _allCbxs = document.getElementsByTagName("input");
var _length = _allCbxs.length;
var _params = "";

for (var i=0; i < _length; i++) {
if (_allCbxs[i].type == "checkbox" && _allCbxs[i].checked) {
_params += "&" + "Car Model ID=" + _allCbxs[i].id;
}
}

alert("The following Boxes are checked:\n\n" + _params);
}



!IBI.FIL.REPORT2;






-HTMLFORM END

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January 18, 2014, 10:56 AM
Ram Prasad E
Yes, this you can achieve using Java script. Create on select event on the check box and pass the checkbox value to another fex file which plots the graph.

Thanks,
Ram


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January 19, 2014, 12:57 PM
j.gross
There is a large difference between a box character, and a check-box control.
January 20, 2014, 09:20 AM
BarryS
Hi Praneeth

Make a drilldow on the checkbox in the procedure that calls a JAVASCRIPT function (parent.function_name). Then you can pass the parameters to the function. The function can then set the controls with the passed parameter and run the graph.

drilldown:
TYPE=REPORT,
column=n1,
JAVASCRIPT=parent.setControls( \
N1 \
N2 \
N3 \
),
$


function setControls(cnty, car, model){

// This is the preferrered method to use
IbComposer_setCurrentSelection('listbox1', cnty, true);
IbComposer_setCurrentSelection('listbox2', car, true);
IbComposer_setCurrentSelection('listbox3', model, false);

IbComposer_execute('report1');
}

Thanks Barry


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January 21, 2014, 04:58 AM
Kofi
quote:
please provide full code

This is asking someone to do job for you which I think be not correct.

Many helpful hints I have found here but I do not expect anyone to do all code for me.

As you are doing active HTML then the options be there for you so I think you just want to control filtering before graphing. To do this I be looking at what code being generated and try to apply what has been suggest above.

Kofi


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