09-04-2012 05:49 PM
I must have a zillion graphs that I've been able to add "drill-down" capabilities to... but for some reason I just can't get this to work (adding a link as part of the title).
I have attached my code... (the "TITLE5" line is where I'm trying to insert the link)... any help would be greatly appreciated):
09-04-2012 10:48 PM
I think you may want to work with Tech Support on this one. Normally, when you use LINK= and ODS HTML several things happen:
1) an <A> tag is built and
2) the HREF= value for the ANCHOR tag points to or should point to the web server location where the HREF= file will be located when the HTML file is loaded into the browser This HREF= value comes from a combination of LINK= value PLUS the PATH= value (if one) .
So, 3) The TITLE with the LINK= option should work the same way for SAS/GRAPH as it works for regular tabular output. The only difference is that the TITLE with SAS/GRAPH is embedded in the image file by default.
And, most times, when you use LINK=, you are referencing an actual web site or secondary HTML page that is the HREF= which specifies the HTML page to load when the hyperlink is clicked.
I am not in a position to test code on the mainframe and test the combination of BODY= and LINK= as shown in your code. This is something that Tech Support can help you with. Usually, any internal hyperlinks are built from a combination of PATH=, BODY= options. and generally, when you use PATH=, you also use the (URL=NONE) suboption.
So the fact that your LINK doesn't work, implies to me that there is something wrong with the combination of PATH=, BODY= and LINK= working together so that it is somehow pointing to an incorrect location when the browser goes to load the LINK= file.
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09-04-2012 11:43 PM
Thanks a lot Cynthia. All of my other ventures down this path have been similar to what you decribed... where the bars on the graph are the anchor for the "drill-down"... this is the first time I have tried pointing to a file, from a Title-line... and yes, as you had surmised, the link points to a file created in a previous step if this same process, and is resident in the same web server directory as this graph is targetted to...
I'll go ahead and open a record with Tech-Support.
Thanks again for your help.