Plug-In: APEX Google Pie Chart


This plug-in is used to render Google Pie Chart in Oracle APEX. This has been inspired by Google ChartsGoogle chart tools are powerful, simple to use, and free. We can try out Google's rich gallery of interactive charts and data tools.

Plug-In Details:


DB versions: 11.2.0.1, 12.1.0.1, 12.2.0.1, 18.4.0.0, 19.0.0.0.0, 19.2.0.0.19, 21.0.0.0.0, 21.1.0.0.0, 21.1.0.0.1
APEX versions:  5.1.3, 18.1.0.00.45, 18.2.0.00.12, 19.1.0.00.15, 19.2.0.00.18, 20.1.0.00.13, 20.2.0.00.20,  21.1.0


Installation:

Go to GitHub and export plugin file "region_type_plugin_orclking_google_piechart.sql" from Source directory and import it in your application.

Steps to Achieve:

Step 1: Create required objects (table, sequence, trigger) and populate sample data into a table. (As per your requirements)

Step 2: Create a new blank page.

Step 3: Export plugin file "region_type_plugin_orclking_google_piechart.sql" from Source directory and import it in your application.

Navigation: Shared Components ==> Plug-ins ==> Import


Plugin will be listed under plug-ins bucket after successful installation.


Step 4: Create a region to the page. Change region type to Orclking.Google.Piechart [Plug-In].


Step 5: Construct Oracle SQL query and copy and paste it in region SQL Query section.


Step 6: Fill required attributes


Required Attributes: Chart Width, Chart Height, Is3D

Optional Attribute: Chart Title

Note: Chart dimensions driven by the attribute Is3D

Making a 3D Pie Chart:

Change the attribute Is3D value to true.

Output: Then you output would display like this,


Making a 2D Pie Chart:

Change the attribute Is3D value to false.

Output: Then you output would display like this,

The demo is here.

That's it.

Happy APEXing!!!...

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