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SQL Chart allows you to define your own SQL query to determine the charts that you would like to generate, ranging from a number of graph types.

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Figure 1: SQL Chart Properties

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  • Using Data Binder
  • Default Datasource
  • Custom Datasource

 

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New feature in Joget Workflow for more flexible ways to build chart dataset using the existing Datalist Binders.

Data Binder

When Datasource is set to "Using Data Binder", this option will show up.

Please see Datalist Binder for available binder to use.

SQL Query

When Datasource is set to use any of the "Datasource", this option will show up.

SQL Query to produce the dataset required for the graph type.

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The first column in the dataset will be assumed for X-axis/label.

The first column to be returned from the query must be a label (X-axis), followed by value columns for the Y-axis.

Example 1:

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SELECT c_status as 'status', COUNT(c_status) as 'count' FROM app_fd_tix_tickets WHERE c_status IS NOT NULL GROUP BY c_status

Example 2:

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select c.c_claimant, sum( cast( replace(c.c_total,'$', '') as decimal(10,2)) ) as 'total', avg( cast( replace(c.c_total,'$', '') as decimal(10,2)) ) as 'avg' from app_fd_hr_expense_claim c group by c.c_claimant

 

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