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help with Chart.js

Thread began 12/19/2019 7:36 am by Raza | Last modified 12/28/2019 3:13 pm by Ray Borduin | 190 views | 13 replies |

Raza

help with Chart.js

hi
can you please tell me how to create chart with MySQLi Server Behavior & Chart.js?

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Do you have a link to the documentation for chart.js? The answer is to follow that documentation and then replace the data in their example with references to a MySQLi recordset.

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Raza

I downloaded a template there is already a static chart I want to create order chart by date

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Just replace the static code with code from your Recordset.

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Raza

I know about this but what would be structure of the code? I meant what would be query? should I create any arrays etc?

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

It really depends on the code you are using, what you are charting, how your database is structured. This is something I could help with in a premier support ticket.

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Raza

I want to charting purchased orders would be ordered by date

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

We would need to work on this in a premier support ticket. I'm not familiar with your chart program, so I can't say what you would need.

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Raza

I want to make a sales chart like the one on the backend of an e-commerce website

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

I understand, but I don't know how your chart.js code works. You want monthly sales? A query for that might look like:

SELECT CONCAT( LEFT(MONTHNAME(OrderDate), 3), ' ', YEAR(OrderDate)) AS XLABEL, SUM(OrderAmount) AS YVALUE, MONTH(OrderDate) AS TheMonth, YEAR(OrderDate) AS TheYear FROM ps4_orders GROUP BY CONCAT( LEFT(MONTHNAME(OrderDate), 3), ' ', YEAR(OrderDate)), YEAR(OrderDate), MONTH(OrderDate) ORDER BY YEAR(OrderDate), MONTH(OrderDate) ASC

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