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  2. Posted by ns on April 15, 2013 at 7:23 PM

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  3. Posted by Prabhakar on September 24, 2013 at 2:55 PM

    Hi

    How to create a X -axis and Y axis applet in Siebel

    we have a requirement to create the Chart ( X and Y axis) applet,

    X axis is a month(Jan, Feb,Mar)
    Y axis is aggregated data for percentage like 1 to 10%(count of records), 10 to 20%(Count of records)

    What are the option in siebel to achieve this requirement.

    Please help me with some example.

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    • Hi Prabhakar

      As far as feasibility is concerned, its fairly simple to achieve with configuration.

      Quick Intro: X axis is referred as Categories and Y axis as Data Points. You would need to populate corresponding properties on chart applet and that would do all.

      Further, you would need to study few chart applets in sample to familiarize yourself with the exact changes needed.

      Please note that you should have chart servers installed and integrated with Siebel servers in your setup.

      Regards Suansh

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