how to create a graph from pl/sql database

Posted on 2000-04-16
Last Modified: 2008-03-03
I have two arrays in pl/sql code that have data for doing graph:
an array that restore data for pivot X,
and an array that restore data for the pivot Y.

I try to find some function that can take the data from the two arrays and make from it graph matches to the values of X and Y.
if anyone can give me some way of doing it - I'll be glad
Question by:shila090498
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I have a ready code which will take the data from the Database and Plot the Graph. do you want the Code in terms of Database or in terms sof Array.

I will send it thro EE.

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It would be very nice if you send it...
I want it in terms of database and terms of Array.

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In target to solve your problem. there is a software house which it's spacialty in area of oracle data visualisation. site detailes below

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