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Graph order or label...

Thread began 12/26/2009 11:53 am by scott351953 | Last modified 12/28/2009 10:12 am by Jimmy Wu | 1358 views | 2 replies |


Graph order or label...

I am having an issue with the Dynamic Web Charts... See here for a sample of the page:


I you look at the progrssion of months, is goes from the most current on the left and the oldest on the right. My client would like this in reverse order. I had placed a ticket on this a while back and could not come up with a solution. Does anyone know how to do this?


I have a label that says, "most current data on the left" above each graph. If I can not re-order the data he would like to make this in red. I looked at the code and did not see a way to style this. I think this would be the easiest way to go, but either way would be good. Any suggestions would be appreciated!

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Jimmy Wu

If you are getting the dates from a database dynamically, you can sort the results by the date and group them by months.

I'll attach a screen shot of my data setup so you can have a reference.

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Jimmy Wu

looks like that is too small to see and is the wrong tab. Here is a larger version of the correct tab:

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