Using Query returned values in Oracle Graphics 6i

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Hi all, I wrote a query in Oracle Graphics Builder (6i)(Bar Graph). The query will return diff. categories(so multiple bars) wherein each category will contain atleast one subcategory(Maximum three). So, each bar will contain either one or all the three sub-categories. My requierement is to set the colors dynamically to the sub-categories based on the return values. I mean especially the colors of "WALL"s and "TOP"s of the Bar Graph should change dynamically when there are one or two colors. Can anybody explain me how to acheive this? Thank u, Phani
ASKED: November 23, 2005  7:08 AM
UPDATED: November 28, 2005  4:40 AM

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Hi mphani.. which version of Oracle are you using? Can you please explain me a bit more of ur problem.. I did try the same thing, but i am not able to get thru ur problem clearly.

with rgds.
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