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True if the source was defined, False otherwise. To find out the error details, use ErrorInfo.
Name of chart to use. This name corresponds to:the chart name defined by programming with grCreate.the name of Chart control. Only the Chart controls are available.
Data source of the chart:grTableColumnCategory labels filled from a table column. In this case, <Details 1> corresponds to the name of a table column. This name must correspond to the full name of the column, enclosed in quotes (for example: "<TableName>.<ColumnName>"). The column is browsed to fill the series. If one of the values is not a numeric value, a "hole" is created in the series.
This constant is not available.Versions 22 and later This constant is now available.New in version 22 This constant is now available. This constant is now available.grCallbackCategory labels filled by a WLanguage function/procedure. In this case, <Details 1> corresponds to the name of the WLanguage procedure to call.The procedure is called for each number. This procedure has the following format:
PROCEDURE MyProcedure(<Chart name>, <Series number>, <Index in series>)
The procedure returns the requested number. To specify the end of the series, the procedure must return False.
This constant is not available.grListBoxCategory labels filled from a list box.In this case, <Details 1> corresponds to the name of a list box. The list box is browsed to fill the series. If one of the values is not a numeric value, a "hole" is created in the series.grProgrammingCategory labels filled by programming.<Details 1> can correspond to a series of numbers in the same character string, separated by ";".grItemCategory labels filled from an item.<Details 1> corresponds to the name of the file (or query), <Details 2> corresponds to the name of the item. The series will browse the file and will take all the values of the item.If one of the values is not a numeric value, a "hole" is created in the series.grTableCategory labels filled from a WLanguage array.<Details 1> corresponds to the name of the array. <Details 2> can correspond to the subscript of the column (two-dimensional array) or to the name of a member (array of structures).
First expected parameter, according to the type of the data source.
Last expected parameter, according to the type of the data source.
Last update: 04/19/2019
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