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We recently moved our UAT/QA environment to 8207. I'm pretty excited to start using Designer, I hope it lives up to the hype.
I found that all my maps are fubared. They aren't working right at all. And they all have different problems. So I decided to create new Designer maps from scratch using Designer.
I would like to add two layers to a map. I guess two series is more accurate. Is that possible? The interface once you render the map has a section where you can turn on and off layers (right now it only has the one layer), so that suggests it can be done, but I don't see how to add a second layer in Designer. The Designer interface only allows me to add one point field at a time.
I copied and pasted the code below (I took out some code to keep it simpler). I didn't bother creating a sample using the car masterfile 'cause I need coordinates to drop on a map. I hope you folks can make sense of it anyhow.
The second BY statement has the coordinates for the other layer I want to display (it is commented out below).
[CODE] GRAPH FILE reporting/occurrences -* Created by Designer for Graph SUM FST.Crime_Indicator AS 'Crime Indicator' BY OCCURRENCES.FACT_OCCURRENCE.GPS_POINT -*BY OCCURRENCES.DIM_PERSON.PERSON_POINT ON GRAPH PCHOLD FORMAT JSCHART ON GRAPH SET VZERO OFF ON GRAPH SET GRWIDTH 1 ON GRAPH SET HAXIS 1008.0 ON GRAPH SET VAXIS 768.0 ON GRAPH SET LOOKGRAPH BUBBLEMAP ON GRAPH SET EMBEDHEADING ON ON GRAPH SET AUTOFIT ON ON GRAPH SET STYLE * INCLUDE=IBFS:/WFC/Global/Themes/Standard/Default/theme.sty,$ TYPE=REPORT, TITLETEXT='Chart1', ARREPORTSIZE=DIMENSION, ARFILTER_TARGET='*', CHART-LOOK=com.esri.map, ARGRAPHENGINE=JSCHART, $