I have created report which has charts - bar charts
I able to run report in various formats including interactive, html, excel, powerpoint, pdf etc.
Now the chart scale on all other format reports showing perfect e.g. 3.0 height on y axis. So its basically adjusting as the max height (value) for y axis. But for PDF output no matter weather it has less than 3.0 for all values in that page, but it shows height 4.0 (instead of 3.0 max as other output formats are showing). So its not adjusting dynamically as other output formats.
How can I get PDF document display same as other output formats? Because if all values less than 0.5 height, still PDF output showing height as 4.0 , so graph is not visible or almost touching to the ground with straight line.
Please help and appreciate your help.
Hi, I have exactly the same problem with my charts in the PDF output....However, I don't know how to resolve it. Is it possible that this is a bug solved in any pachset? Because I haven't applied the last patch for OBIEE (OBIEE Patchset 188.8.131.52.2BP1) and I don't know if this could be the solution...
Please, any help would be valuable....
Has there been any update on this? I am running into the same problem, only it is only affecting one of my charts. The maximum keeps on dynamically setting to 4.0, though I have also seen it set its maximum to 5 and minimum to -5 given certain parameters.
I have three other charts on the same report: one with a dynamic maximum that sets correctly, and two that have a static maximum. The problem is only when I view it as a PDF.
I think I just found a work-around for this until they fix the bug: try setting your Chart Value's Tick Step to a static number (in my case, I set it to 0.1). That appears to fix the dynamic Max and Min Value issue (at least in my case it did), though you are then stuck with a static Tick Step.