Oracle Fusion Middleware Data Visualization Tools Tag Reference for Oracle ADF Faces
11g Release 2 (11.1.2.0.0)

E17490-01

<dvt:pieGraph>

dvt:pieGraph pieGraph pie graph

UIComponent class: oracle.adf.view.faces.bi.component.graph.UIGraph
Component type: oracle.dss.adf.graph.Graph (pieGraph)

Overview

Use the <dvt:pieGraph> tag to create an ADF data visualization pie graph. In a Pie Graph one group of data is represented as sections of a circle, making the circle look like a sliced pie. There are many types of pie graphs. Here is a list of subtypes that a <dvt:pieGraph> tag supports -

The <dvt:pieGraph> tag provides a complete set of attributes and child tags required to create any pie graph. Use the Pie graph's "subType" attribute to specify the graph type. One of the most commonly useful child tags is the <dvt:series> tag. Use a set of <dvt:series> tags, within a <dvt:seriesSet> tag, to change slice colors, for instance.

The Graph's layout is dominated by five major components: title, subtitle, footnote, legendArea, and pieFrame. The pieFrame plots the data and is always rendered, but the other four components are optional, and can be placed in different locations within the graph. Within the area allocated to the whole graph, space is first allocated to the titles, if present. The title and the subtitle are displayed side by side at the top of the graph by default, and the footnote is displayed at the bottom of the graph. Space is next allocated for the legendArea, which displays the marker color and label associated with each series. It can be positioned in one of four locations: left, right, top and bottom. The legend can use as much as 40% of the graph space. The pieFrame and its labels occupy the remaining space.

Data Model

Use the data binding dialogs to bind the simple graph tags to a data control, which is typically based on a rowset (see data binding documentation for details). Another common way to provide data for the graph is to use the "tabularData" attribute to create a grid. This requires use of a backing or managed bean.

The graph requires a simple grid of numeric data points to plot a graph. The grid's row and column labels are used to identify components within the graph. By default, the rows appear as the series and the columns appear as the groups. A Pie or a Ring graph displays one group of data, each slice representing a different series. This graph type requires one column in the grid, with multiple rows, one for each slice. Multiple Pie or multiple Ring graphs show one pie for each group, or column, of data. Pie graphs can be drawn with just one data point, though such graphs may not be useful. In case of Pie Bar or Ring Bar graphs, each slice represents a series total. The data for one such slice is represented in further detail by a percentage stacked bars.

Series

The rows in the grid usually appear as the series in a graph. The graph legend identifies each series in the graph, with a labeled symbol that shows color and other appropriate attributes. Use a set of <dvt:series> tags, within a <dvt:seriesSet> tag, to change slice colors. The <dvt:seriesSet> tag contains attributes that change the default attributes for all series. The <dvt:seriesSet> tag also contains the <dvt:series> tags that override attributes for individual series. Commonly used series attributes are - color, pieSliceExplode (separate a slice away from the rest of a Pie graph), etc.

Here is an example of a Pie graph with a <dvt:seriesSet> tag that defines default border color for all slices. The <dvt:series> child tag with pieSliceExplode attribute is used to separate first slice away from the rest of the Pie. -

                <dvt:pieGraph id="pieGraph1" subType="PIE">
                  <dvt:seriesSet defaultBorderColor="#336699"">
                    <dvt:series index="0" pieSliceExplode="50">
                  </dvt:seriesSet>
                </dvt:pieGraph>
        

SeriesEffect

Use the graph's "seriesEffect" attribute to add predefined gradient effects on slices of the Pie.

Series highlighting

Use the graph's "seriesRolloverBehavior" attribute to turn on highlighting behavior when the cursor moves over a slice or a series-specific legend component.

Number Formatting

DVT pie graph supports number formatting on its slice labels. Users can customize the number formatting by adding <af:convertNumber> to the <dvt:sliceLabel>. The following is an example of how to configure these tag:

            <dvt:pieGraph value="#{binding.dataModel}">
                <dvt:sliceLabel>
                     <af:convertNumber pattern="#{appPrefs.sliceLabelPattern}" />
                </dvt:sliceLabel>
             </dvt:pieGraph>
            

Automatic Scaling and Precision

Graph automatically determines the scale ( e.g. 4K ) and precision ( e.g. show 2 decimal points - 0.25 ) based on the values that are being displayed. This automatic formatting still occurs when <af:convertNumber> is specified. The <dvt:sliceLabel> and <dvt:y1TickLabel> tags also have scaling and autoPrecision attributes that can be used to control graph's automatic number formatting. By default, scaling="auto" means graph will auto-calculate the scale. For example, 40,000 will be formatted as "40K". By default, autoPrecision="on" means that graph will auto-calculate the precision of the number. For example, 0.230546 will be displayed as "0.23". If the autoPrecision is 'on' then all of the <af:convertNumber> fraction digit settings ( e.g. min/maxFractionDigits or pattern) are ignored.

Percent and Number Formatting

Pie graphs calculate and display percent values by default. An application has the option to have the pie graph display percent values and / or the numbers used to calculate the percentages. To configure what is displayed in the pie's slice label, <dvt:sliceLabel>'s textType attribute can be set and accepts the following values (LD_TEXT, LD_VALUE, LD_PERCENT, LD_TEXT_PERCENT ). To configure what is displayed in the pie slice labels' tooltip, dvt:pieGraph's markerTextType attribute can be set and accepts the following values (MTT_NONE, MTT_VALUES, MTT_CUM_VAL, MTT_PERCENT_VAL, MTT_TEXT, MTT_PERCENT_VAL_VALUES, MTT_PERCENT_VAL_TEXT, MTT_PERCENT_VAL_VALUES_TEXT, MTT_VALUES_TEXT ).

The single <af:convertNumber> tag specified within <dvt:sliceLabel> is used to specify formatting for slice labels and tooltips, regardless of whether the slice label or tooltip is displaying percent values (e.g. 25% ) or numbers ( e.g. 42K ). When an element of the pie graph is configured to show percents ( e.g. <dvt:sliceLabel textType="LD_PERCENT"> ), the pie graph will force the <af:convertNumber> specified into a percent format. When <af:convertNumber> is forced to percent, graph clears <af:convertNumber> pattern, since the pattern will prevent type=percent if specified. This means that patterns are ignored when graph forces percent formatting.

Also, please note that <dvt:sliceLabel>'s autoPrecision attribute applies to both percent formats as well as numbers, while the scaling attribute only applies to numbers and is not used when formatting percents.

Formatting Pie Bar Charts

A pie bar graph displays the values in the graph as stacked bars next to a y1 axis. To specify number formatting for the y1 axis labels, <af:convertNumber> should be specified within <dvt:y1TickLabel>. To specify number formatting for the bar tooltips, <dvt:markerText><dvt:y1format> should be specified. Here is an example of configuring formatting for a pie bar:

            <dvt:pieGraph value="#{binding.dataModel}">
                <dvt:sliceLabel>
                     <af:convertNumber pattern="#{appPrefs.sliceLabelPattern}" />
                </dvt:sliceLabel>
                <dvt:y1TickLabel>
                     <af:convertNumber pattern="#{appPrefs.tickLabelPattern}" />
                </dvt: y1TickLabel >
                <dvt:markerText>
                    <dvt:y1Format>
                         <af:convertNumber pattern="#{appPrefs.tickLabelMarkerTextPattern}" />
                    </dvt:y1Format>
                </dvt:markerText>
             </dvt:pieGraph>
            

Please note that the y1 axis labels and bar tooltips always display the numbers used to calculate the percents in the pie graph ( e.g. 42K ) and cannot display percent values like the pie's slice labels / slice label tooltips can.

Titles

The title and the subtitle, if present, are displayed side by side at the top of the graph by default. Use the graph's "customLayout" attribute to change this default setting. The footnote, if present, is displayed at the bottom of the graph.

Legend

The legend displays the marker and associated color of each series. It also displays the legend title. The legend can be positioned in one of four different locations: left, right, top and bottom. Use the attribute "alongGraphEdge" to attach it to the edge of the graph. The legend can be removed with the "rendered" attribute.

PieFrame

Pie graphs plot the data within the pieFrame. The pieFrame integrates the slice labels, the slices, and the pie label. The PieFrame is divided into multiple sections when displaying Multiple Pie or Multiple ring graph. The number sections in the frame equal to the number groups in the data. In case of Pie Bar or Ring Bar graphs the pie frame also displays bars with vertical data axis (y1Axis). The y1Axis is associated with y1TickLabel and y1Title

Graph Size

The default graph size is 300 pixels tall by 400 pixels wide. Change this using the "inlineStyle" attribute. Set inlineStyle="width:500px; height:350px;", for instance, to change the graph size to 350 pixels tall by 500 pixels wide. The width and the height can also be specified in percent. Use percent for height only when the graph is added to an explicitly sized container or one that manages layout, otherwise graph will behave differently for different browsers. Use the "dynamicResize" attribute to resize the graph based on its container size.

Animation

Several graph types support animation. Animate the graph during initial rendering using the attribute "animationOnDisplay". The graph can also be animated when the data changes using the attribute "animationOnDataChange". Use the attribute "animationDuration" to specify the animation duration. The indicator colors for increase and decrease in the data value are specified by attributes "animationUpColor" and "animationDownColor", respectively.

Interactivity

Use the shapeAttributes tag to specify interactivity on an individual graph component. A backing or managed bean is required to use this feature.

Here is an example of a slice in a pie graph using a clickListener to display data value :

                <dvt:pieGraph >
                 <dvt:shapeAttributesSet>
                  <dvt:shapeAttributes component="GRAPH_SLICE" clickable="true" clickListener="#{clickListener.processClick}"/>
                 </dvt:shapeAttributesSet>
                </dvt:barGraph>
        

The "processClick" method in the backing bean will look like:

        public void processClick(ClickEvent event) {   
                ComponentHandle handle = event.getComponentHandle();
                if (handle instanceof DataComponentHandle) {
                        DataComponentHandle dhandle = (DataComponentHandle)handle;
                        System.out.println("Data value: " + dhandle.getValue(DataComponentHandle.UNFORMATTED_VALUE).toString());
                }
        }
        

Wrap all <dvt:shapeAttributes> tags in a <dvt:shapeAttributesSet> tag.

Context Menus

Context menus can be defined by using any of the context menu facets that are defined on the graph. The "bodyContextMenu" facet specifies a context menu that is displayed on any non-selectable object within the component. The "contextMenu" facet specifies a context menu that is displayed on any selectable object within the graph. The "multiSelectContextMenu" facet specifies a context menu that is displayed when multiple objects are selected. Each facet supports only a single child component. Selection must be enabled and supported for the specific graph type in order for an object to be considered selectable. Context Menus are currently only supported in Flash.

Due to technical limitations when using the Flash rendering format, the context menu contents are currently displayed using the Flash Player's context menu. This imposes several limitations defined by the Flash Player:

Additionally, since Flash's request for context menu items is a synchronous call, so a server request to evaluate EL is not possible when the context menu is invoked. To provide context menus that vary by selected object, the menus will be pre-fetched if the context menu popup uses contentDelivery="lazyUncached". For context menus that may vary by state, this means that any EL expressions within the menu definition will be called repeatedly at render time, with different selection and currency states. When using these context menus that are pre-fetched, the application must be aware of the following:

Tooltips

Tooltips are useful to display identification and or detail information for data markers. They can be very useful in smaller graphs without enough space to display labels. Use attributes "markerTooltipType", "seriesTooltipLabelType", and "groupTooltipLabelType" to customize tooltip content. The graph automatically displays tooltips for components like title, subtitle, footnote, and legendText, when their text is truncated. There is no option to change this behavior.

Font

The <dvt:graphFont> tag is used for font formatting. Text color, style, size, and font name can be specified using this tag. This tag is used as a child tag for any of the graph's text component tags. All text component tags have other formatting attributes like horizontal and vertical alignment, text string, and whether or not the text should be rendered.

SpecialEffects

Use the <dvt:specialEffects> tag to specify gradient effects on many graph subcomponents. This tag must be defined as a child tag of the component tag and is not available for any text components. Note that the "seriesEffect" attribute setting always overrides the special effects settings.

Relationship with other tags

The <dvt:pieGraph> tag can have the following child tags:

<activeDataProperties>, <attributeFormat>, <background>, <graphFootnote>, <graphPieFrame>, <graphSubtitle>, <graphTitle>, <legendArea>, <legendText>, <legendTitle>, <seriesSet >, <shapeAttributesSet>, <slice>, <sliceLabel>, <pieFeeler>, <pieLabel>

Geometry Management

Screen Shot(s)




Events

Type Phases Description
oracle.adf.view.faces.bi.event.ClickEvent Apply Request Values The ClickEvent is delivered when the component is clicked.
org.apache.myfaces.trinidad.event.AttributeChangeEvent Invoke Application,
Apply Request Values
Event delivered to describe an attribute change. Attribute change events are not delivered for any programmatic change to a property. They are only delivered when a renderer changes a property without the application's specific request. An example of an attribute change event might include the width of a column that supported client-side resizing.

Supported Facets

Name Description
bodyContextMenu popup component containing the context menu that will be shown on right click on any non-selectable object within the component. The af:popup must contain an af:menu to display the context menu. This facet supports only a single child component.
contextMenu popup component containing the context menu that will be shown on right click of any selectable data object within the component. The af:popup must contain an af:menu to display the context menu. This facet supports only a single child component.

Attributes

Name Type Supports EL? Description
advancedPropertiesXML String Yes

This attribute is deprecated. The UIComponent APIs should be used instead. Specifies path to an XML file that contains settings for graph properties that are not exposed in the areaGraph tag.
For example, /myfiles/graph.xml
Path from web application root must be provided.

animationDownColor String Yes Specifies the color used to indicate that a data value has decreased. Enter values in RGB hexadecimal. The default color is red (#FF3300).
animationDuration int Yes Default Value: 1000

Specifies the animation duration in milliseconds. The default value is 1000.
animationIndicators int Yes Valid Values: NONE, ALL
Default Value: ALL

Specifies the type of data change indicators to show. Valid values are:
  • NONE - Show no data change indicators
  • ALL - (Default) Show all data change indicators
animationOnDataChange int Yes Valid Values: none, activeData, auto, alphaFade, conveyorFromLeft, conveyorFromRight, cubeToLeft, cubeToRight, flipLeft, flipRight, slideToLeft, slideToRight, transitionToLeft, transitionToRight, zoom
Default Value: activeData

Specifies the type of animation to apply on data change. Valid values for animating data objects, such as bars and lines, are:
  • none - Does not apply data change animation effects
  • activeData - (Default) Applies animation for Active Data Service (ADS) data change events.
  • auto - Applies animation for Partial Page Refresh and ADS events.
Animation can also be performed on the entire component, allowing for effects such as slideshow transitions. These animations will be performed on any Partial Page Refresh event, and valid values are:
  • alphaFade
  • conveyorFromLeft
  • conveyorFromRight
  • cubeToLeft
  • cubeToRight
  • flipLeft
  • flipRight
  • slideToLeft
  • slideToRight
  • transitionToLeft
  • transitionToRight
  • zoom
animationOnDisplay int Yes Valid Values: none, auto, alphaFade, conveyorFromLeft, conveyorFromRight, cubeToLeft, cubeToRight, flipLeft, flipRight, slideToLeft, slideToRight, transitionToLeft, transitionToRight, zoom
Default Value: none

Specifies the type of animation to apply when the component is initially displayed. Valid values are:
  • none - (Default) Does not apply any initial rendering effect
  • auto - Applies an initial rendering effect automatically chosen based on the graph type
  • alphaFade
  • conveyorFromLeft
  • conveyorFromRight
  • cubeToLeft
  • cubeToRight
  • flipLeft
  • flipRight
  • slideToLeft
  • slideToRight
  • transitionToLeft
  • transitionToRight
  • zoom
animationUpColor String Yes Specifies the color used to indicate that a data value has increased. Enter values in RGB hexadecimal. The default color is cyan (#0099FF).
attributeChangeListener javax.el.MethodExpression Only EL a method reference to an attribute change listener. Attribute change events are not delivered for any programmatic change to a property. They are only delivered when a renderer changes a property without the application's specific request. An example of an attribute change events might include the width of a column that supported client-side resizing.
binding String Only EL

Specifies a binding reference to store a specific instance of UIGraph from a backing bean. Set this attribute only to access code in a backing bean. For example, to reference a graph component in the SampleGraph class, use the following code: binding="#{sampleGraph.graph}"

clickAction String Yes Refers to a backing bean method that performs navigation processing for the graph and returns an outcome String. Or a static outcome String can be specified. The JSF NavigationHandler selects the page to display next by matching the outcome String against the navigation rules in the application configuration resource file. The application writes the Navigation rules.
clickListener String Yes The listener interface for receiving click events on the graph components. Here is an example of clickListener implementation that displays a component name on a click action -
    public void clickListener (ClickEvent event){
        ComponentHandle handle = event.getComponentHandle();
        System.out.println(handle.getName()+" is clicked.");
    }
        
contentDelivery String Yes Valid Values: whenAvailable, lazy, immediate
Default Value: whenAvailable

Specifies whether to fetch content with page load or after page load. Valid values are lazy (default) and immediate.
customLayout String Yes

Specifies custom layout information when the graph automatically places and sizes its components. Valid values are:

  • CL_NONE - Do not use any of the other custom layout attribute values
  • CL_TITLES_SIDEBYSIDE - Display Title and subtitle side by side instead of the subtitle below the title
  • CL_TITLE_SEPARATOR - Display title separator under the titles
customizationId String Yes This attribute is deprecated. The 'id' attribute should be used when applying persistent customizations. This attribute will be removed in the next release.
dataSelection String Yes Valid Values: none, single, multiple
Default Value: none

Determines the data selection mode for the graph. Valid values are:

  • none: no selection
  • single: single selection
  • multiple: multiple selection
drillingEnabled boolean Yes Default Value: false

Indicates whether drilling is enabled.
dynamicResize String Yes Valid Values: FIXED_SIZE, DYNAMIC_SIZE
Default Value: FIXED_SIZE

Specifies whether to resize the component based on its container size. Valid values are FIXED_SIZE (default) and DYNAMIC_RESIZE.
emptyText String Yes Specifies error text to display when graph has no data.
flashDefaultFontLoading int Yes Default Value: FLASH_DEFAULT_FONT_LOADING_ALL

Specifies whether default fonts are loaded in FLASH from the middle tier. Valid values are FLASH_DEFAULT_FONT_LOADING_ALL or FLASH_DEFAULT_FONT_LOADING_NONE. The default value is FLASH_DEFAULT_FONT_LOADING_ALL.
groupTooltipLabelType int Yes Valid Values: TLT_MEMBER, TLT_DIM_MEMBER, TLT_NONE
Default Value: TLT_MEMBER

Specifies whether group information for a graph appears in tooltips and, if so, identifies the kind of group information that appears in tooltips. Valid values are:
  • TLT_NONE - No group information appears in tooltips.
  • TLT_MEMBER - (Default) Only the dimension member for a group appears in tooltips.
  • TLT_DIM_MEMBER - Both dimension name and dimension member for a group are displayed in tooltips.
hideAndShowBehavior String Yes Valid Values: none, withRescale, withoutRescale
Default Value: none

Specifies the hide and show behavior in the graph. If the behavior is not "none", clicking on the legendText or legendMarker will hide the corresponding series. Note that the last series will not be hidden. Valid values are:

  • none (Default) - no hide and show behavior used
  • withRescale - rescales the graph after hiding a series
  • withoutRescale - does not rescale the graph after hiding a series
id String Yes Specifies the identifier for the component
imageFormat int Yes Valid Values: FLASH, PNG, PNG_STAMPED, AUTO
Default Value: FLASH

Specifies the format of graph image. Valid values are:

  • PNG - PNG image format.
  • FLASH - (Default) FLASH image format.
  • PNG_STAMPED - PNG image with no javascript. This must be used when using graph in ADF table cells via stamping.
  • AUTO - (Deprecated) Use the flash-player-usage ADF configuration parameter instead.
imageHeight int Yes Default Value: 300

This attribute is deprecated. Use inlineStyle attribute to specify the image width and height instead. For examples: inlineStyle = "width:500px; height:350px;".

The default height is 300 pixels.

imageWidth int Yes Default Value: 400

This attribute is deprecated. Use inlineStyle attribute to specify the image width and height instead. For examples: inlineStyle = "width:500px; height:350px;".

The default width is 400 pixels.

inlineStyle String Yes Style of the outer element(enclosing div) of the component
interactiveSliceBehavior String Yes

Specifies the interactivity behavior for pie slices. This is only supported in the Flash imageFormat. Valid values are any combination of the following values:

  • none (Default) - no interactive slice behavior enabled
  • explode - click to explode slices in a pie graph
  • explodeAll - add explodeAll and uniteAll options to the context menu
markerTooltipTemplate String Yes Provides a declarative way to customize the tooltips that appear on the graph. By setting the markerTooltipTemplate attribute to a tokenized string, an application can quickly format all the marker tooltips. This feature is a more performant alternative to the customTooltipCallback, since tokens can be sent to the client instead of preconstructed tooltip strings. This reduces the graph payload significantly, especially for large datasets.

The markerTooltipTemplate attribute accepts a String that may contain any number of a set of predefined tokens. When the tooltips are generated, the tokens are replaced with the information corresponding to each marker. Valid tokens are:

  • NEW_LINE - inserts a new line
  • SERIES_LABEL - the series label for the series of this marker
  • GROUP_LABEL - the group label for the group of this marker
  • X_VALUE - the X value of a scatter or bubble marker
  • Y_VALUE - the Y value of this marker (if this marker has a y value)
  • Z_VALUE - the Z value (bubble size) of a bubble marker
  • PIE_VALUE - the value of a pie slice
  • PIE_PERCENT - pie slice percentage value
  • ACTUAL_VALUE - the actual value for a funnel slice
  • TARGET_VALUE - the target value for a funnel slice
  • HIGH_VALUE - the high value for a stock marker
  • LOW_VALUE - the low value for a stock marker
  • CLOSE_VALUE - the close value for a stock marker
  • OPEN_VALUE - the open value for a stock marker
  • VOLUME_VALUE - the volume value for a stock volume marker
  • CUM_VALUE - the cumulative stacked value for a stacked graph
  • CUM_PERCENT - the cumulative percentage value for a stacked percent graph, pareto graph
markerTooltipType int Yes Valid Values: MTT_NONE, MTT_VALUES, MTT_CUM_VAL, MTT_PERCENT_VAL, MTT_TEXT, MTT_PERCENT_VAL_VALUES, MTT_PERCENT_VAL_TEXT, MTT_PERCENT_VAL_VALUES_TEXT, MTT_VALUES_TEXT
Default Value: MTT_VALUES

Specifies whether tooltips are displayed for markers and, if so, identifies the kind of information that appears in the tooltips. Valid values for marker tooltips are:
  • MTT_NONE - Displays no tooltips for markers.
  • MTT_CUM_VAL - Displays the cumulative data value (stacked graphs only).
  • MTT_PERCENT_VAL - Displays the percentage data value (pie slice only).
  • MTT_PERCENT_VAL_TEXT - Displays the percentage data value (pie slice only) and text identification such as "January, Shoes".
  • MTT_PERCENT_VAL_VALUES - Displays the percentage data value (pie slice only) and data value or values.
  • MTT_PERCENT_VAL_VALUES_TEXT - Displays the percentage data value (pie slice only), data value or values, and text identification information such as "January, Shoes".
  • MTT_TEXT - Displays text identification such as "January, Shoes".
  • MTT_VALUES - (Default) Displays data value or values.
  • MTT_VALUES_TEXT - Displays data value or values and text identification such as "January, Shoes".
Note: To display series tooltip labels for a graph, you must set markerTooltipType to a value that includes text.
partialSubmit boolean Yes Default Value: true

Deprecated. It is not useful anymore.

Indicates whether an action can be performed through a partial page submit. Valid values are:

  • "true" - (Default) Partial page submit is allowed.
  • "false" - No partial page submit.
partialTriggers String[] Yes the IDs of the components that should trigger a partial update. This component will listen on the trigger components. If one of the trigger components receives an event that will cause it to update in some way, this component will request to be updated too.
renderImagemap boolean Yes Default Value: true

Indicates whether an image map should be rendered for a PNG image. The default value is true.
rendered boolean Yes Default Value: true

Specifies whether the component is rendered.
selectionListener String Yes The listener interface for receiving selection events on the graph.
seriesEffect String Yes Valid Values: SE_NONE, SE_GRADIENT, SE_AUTO_GRADIENT
Default Value: SE_AUTO_GRADIENT

Determines the series effect that is used for a graph. Valid values are:

  • SE_NONE - No series effect is used for the graph. This value causes markers to appear flat and sets the graphicAntialiasing attribute to "false".
  • SE_GRADIENT - Sets a special gradient on data markers to make them look more polished and sets graphicAntialiasing to "true".
  • SE_AUTO_GRADIENT - (Default) Works similar to SE_GRADIENT except in the case of a large dataset. If the graph displays a large dataset, then the gradient is not displayed in data markers so that peformance is improved.
seriesRolloverBehavior int Yes Valid Values: RB_NONE, RB_DIM, RB_HIGHLIGHT
Default Value: RB_NONE

Specifies the behavior when the mouse rolls over one bar in a series. Valid values are:

  • RB_NONE - (Default) No series rollover behavior is enabled.
  • RB_HIGHLIGHT - Highlights all bars in the series when rollover occurs.
  • RB_DIM - Dims all bars in the series when rollover occurs
  • RB_HIGHLIGHT | RB_DIM - Produces both highlighting and dimming of all bars in the series when rollover occurs.
Note: this attribute is not supported for funnel graphs.
seriesTooltipLabelType int Yes Valid Values: TLT_MEMBER, TLT_DIM_MEMBER, TLT_NONE
Default Value: TLT_MEMBER

Specifies series information in a tooltip. Valid values are as follows:
  • TLT_NONE - Displays no series information
  • TLT_MEMBER - (Default) Displays the member label of the series in a tooltip
  • TLT_DIM_MEMBER - Displays the dimension member label of a series in a tooltip
Note: The graph displays series tooltip labels only if markerTooltipType is set to a value that includes text.
shortDesc String Yes Specifies the short description of the graph. This is particularly useful in the screen reader mode.
style String Yes

This attribute is deprecated. Skinning should be used instead. Applies a style to the graph based on the specified XML file. Valid values are the name of a standard graph style or the path of a custom XML file that you want to set as a style for this graph.

Predefined graph styles are:

  • April
  • Autumn
  • Black and White
  • Comet
  • Confetti
  • Default
  • Earth
  • Executive
  • Financial
  • Glass
  • Nautical
  • Projection
  • Regatta
  • Southwest
  • Transparent

To specify a custom style, enter the entire path to the xml file. For example: /text/myStyle.xml.

styleClass String Yes Sets a CSS style class to use for this component. Note that width and height should be set using the inlineStyle property.
subType String Yes

Specifies the type of graph. Valid values are:

  • PIE - Pie graph
  • PIE_BAR - Pie-Bar graph
  • PIE_MULTI - Multiple pie graph
  • RING - Ring graph
  • RING_BAR - Ring-Bar graph
  • RING_MULTI - Multiple ring graph
tabularData java.util.List Yes

Specifies a list of data that the graph uses to create a grid and populate itself. The List consists of a three-member Object array for each data value to be passed to the graph. The members of each array must be organized as follows:

  • The first member (index 0) is the column label, in the grid, of the data value. This is generally a String. If the graph has a time axis, then this should be a Java Date. Column labels typically identify groups in the graph.
  • The second member (index 1) is the row label, in the grid, of the data value. This is generally a String. Row labels appear as series labels in the graph (usually in the legend).
  • The third member (index 2) is the data value, which is usually a Double.
threeDEffect boolean Yes Default Value: false

Indicates whether a graph appears to have depth. Valid values are "true" and "false" (Default).

title String Yes This attribute is deprecated. Use the child tag graphTitle and its text attribute instead. Specifies the text of the title.
value String Yes Specifies the graph's data model. This must be an instance of oracle.adf.view.faces.bi.model.DataModel or oracle.adf.view.faces.bi.model.GraphDataModel
visualEffects int Yes Valid Values: NONE, AUTO
Default Value: AUTO

Specifies the type or types of visualEffect to apply. Valid values are:

  • NONE - Apply no visual effects
  • AUTO (Default) - Apply visual effects automatically based on graph or gauge type.