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How to specify different marker types for each data point and have these markers appear in the legend?
IlvMarkerHint interface is designed to let you specify the marker symbol to be used to display a given data point.
To associate a marker hint with a renderer, you must use a class that implements both the
IlvDataRenderingHint and the
IlvMarkerHint interfaces. Please refer to the
IlvDataRenderingHint documentation to know how hints can be
associated with data points.
You can also use the CSS styling capabilities of the Charts to obtain the same result. Please refer to the JViews Charts User's manual,
Developing with the JViews Charts SDK > Styling > Styling the data series > Styling the chart data section for more information.
By default, that is, when no simultaneous instantiation of
IlvMarkerHint has been used, the renderer will draw the marker associated with the renderer through the
IlvChartRenderer.setMarker method. In this case, the
IlvMarkerHint is used to specify the marker symbol; hence the marker(s) will not automatically appear in your legend. To add these markers to the
IlvLegend, you need to subclass the "single chart" renderer and override the following methods related to the legends:
createLegendItems: returns different legend items for different types of marker produced in the
drawLegendSymbol: draws the appropriate marker for the legend item
getLegendText: draws the legend text for the legend item
If you use the
IlvPolylineChartRenderer or another composite renderer type, then you need to override the
createChild method to return your own "single chart" renderer.
Note: This feature can only apply to the renderers that use marker symbols such as Scatter, Bubble and Line charts.
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