Can you try to reproduce the issue with sample data from the sample db?
If so post the report.
On 8/3/2011 1:57 PM, vasa.curcin wrote:
> I am using normal grouping on X-axis.
> When I add a second axis using the Designer (using different data for
> the second series, but same starting chart), the behaviour is exactly
> the same, e.g. it appears normal when study view is deselected, but as
> soon as I switch it on the labels disappear from the X-axis and the
> original Y-axis.
Sorry for the delay, the issue turned out to be trivial to reproduce, but finding what was causing it took some time. Taking the example report you sent me, if you turn on the labels on the X-Axis, the code will still work fine - displaying the labels both before and after the study layout. However, if you modify the labels to be displayed at a 45 degree angle, they will completely disappear once the study layout has been turned on and the X and Y1 axes will separate at origin!
Do you think this could have something to do with that fixed space for axis labels that you introduced recently for chart alignment? Any workaround you can think of would be much appreciated.
The only new thing I managed to deduce is that something happens during the rendering phase that causes the axis labels to disappear, and the axis origins to separate. There are some study-model specific rendering methods in org.eclipse.birt.chart.computation.withaxes.PlotWith2DAxes.java that look slightly suspicious...
I do not think a bug was logged for this. Can you open one and post the
On 8/8/2011 6:40 AM, pickle_supreme wrote:
> The only new thing I managed to deduce is that something happens during
> the rendering phase that causes the axis labels to disappear, and the
> axis origins to separate. There are some study-model specific rendering
> methods in
> org.eclipse.birt.chart.computation.withaxes.PlotWith2DAxes.java that
> look slightly suspicious...
On 8/9/2011 5:46 AM, pickle_supreme wrote:
> Unfortunately, back in my original report, the staggering was switched off.
> PS Tried turning it on, which caused the first Y axis line to disappear
> as well.