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I am right now analyzing this Cewolf tool and analyzing if it suits the project needs which I will be working on in near future.
I have few queries w.r.t to Cewolf
1.I want to have tool tip on each bar/line in a bar/line graph, is it possible?
2.I want to have hyperlinks to each bar/line in a bar/line graph, is it possible?
3.How to control the colors of the bar/line in bar/line graph?
An early response will be highly appreciated.
All of those things are possible. Take a look at the tutorial and the example.war
Hello Brian Fox
I have downloaded the following zip file -
I couldn't find any related examples though I am able to run the same. I got some tutorial but not the answers to the queries I was looking for.
Have I donwloaded the wrong war file? If yes, kindly tell me where to get the examples war file from?
Anyone have a link to the locatioin of the tutorial now? SF seems to have changed everything, instead of cewolf.sourceforge.net it's sourceforge.net/projects/cewolf and an appended /tutorial or a /new/tutorial seem to bring up nothing.
The link for the homepage does not seem to be working either "http://cewolf.sourceforge.net/new/"
I am also looking for similar information. I would like to change the colors of the bars in a bar graph. I am using the ART tool to generate graphs (art.sourceforge.net). This project uses cewolf tag lib to render the graphs.
After looking at the documentation I was able to find a few things. In the taglib tutorial there is a node called <color> which claims to change the color of the parent node. I don't quite know if this is what I am looking for since I want to change the set of colors used to fill in the bars. Does anyone know how this might work? The only other color related things in the api I found were ColorHelper and another class or two mentioning color.
I may have found the answer to changing colors in JFreeChart, there is a method called SetSeriesPaint that seems to do the trick. Is the ability to change the set of colors already built into cewolf?