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Posted Monday, December 29, 2008 6:28 AM
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Hi All,
I had mistakenly raised this issue in the SQL server general discussion forum [Ermm] , but now I repeat it here. I have a line chart in SSRS 2005 (X & Y axes run from 0-100) and I additionally want to plot vertical lines on the x-axis to distinguish some special points on the chart. These vertical lines need to be plotted at known but irregular intervals (for example, 5,16,25,36,48,64,78). I have been trying to find a way out but couldn't find a solution. Is it possible to plot such a graph in SSRS 2005 or do we need any other S/W for this?
Thanks in advance.
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Under Chart Properties
Data Tab, in Values click Add

Edit Chart Value, Values Tab, give a name to the Series Label, e.g, Value 5
In the Value box specify =5, click OK

Return to Data Tab of Chart Properties.
Click Add in Values , Edit chart Value, Values tab, give a name to the Series Label, e.g, Value 16
In the Value box specify =16, click OK


Repeat the above steps for 25,36,48,64,78
It should work.


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