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I am trying to create a bar chart in visual discovery with two bars and using the "ratio with" option. And I want each bar to use a different denominator for the ratio. I cannot get it to work. I have my two bars, but each one is using the same col for the denominator.
I assume something needs to be adjusted in this line,
<PARAM NAME="Average" VALUE="FLDA 'FLDB' xnullx">
I want to see the two bars as follows:
But currently, I see FLDA/FLDB FLDC/FLDB
Does anyone know how to use a different denominator for the second bar? I messed around with the "average" param above for awhile but could not get it to work. I am worried that the ratio with option only accepts one denominator no matter how many cols are showing in the bar graph. There is no way to do this in the gui, but I was hoping to manually adjust that param.
Hi, sorry to do this to you, but can you place your question in the WebFOCUS FocalPoint forum, as it's not about a PMF question but a general WebFOCUS question? You'll get more help on that stuff in that forum.
Bob Jude Ferrante Director of Business and Development WebFOCUS Performance Management Bob_Ferrante@ibi.com 917-339-5105
I'll take any questions about PMF - business or technical - anytime!