Charts in Oracle Visual Builder – Data Structure and Performance Tips by Shay Shmeltzer

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One of the key ways to make your application drive better user results is to use charts. Chart makes it easier for users to turn raw data into useful information. As they say “A picture is worth a thousands words”. Oracle Visual Builder’s quick starts makes it very simple to create basic charts leveraging the data visualization components of Oracle JET. But if you require more complex charts and if you want to improve the performance of your application, you might want to go beyond the quick-start.

This blog covers two topics:

· Reducing network traffic – the “add data” quick-start creates separate variables for each chart, which results in separate DB queries and separate sets of data. If you are sharing population between charts – you can extend one of the queries and eliminate another. In addition, if you need to further manipulate the returned data to show a third type of chart – switch the ADP instead of SDP. This way a single fetch can be used by multiple charts even if the data structure is different.

· Creating the needed data structureRead the complete article here.

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