Posted by: akolk | June 13, 2009

Oracle Interface for Google Visualization API (external data source interface)

I have been looking for a while at the Google Visualization API and finally found a way to produce the required JSON to produce any graphs directly and indirectly from Oracle database. I will make a white paper available on how to do this. Checkout this link: http://lab4.oraperf.com/demogoogle.html. The procedure handles the SQL that the Google API uses (not for all functionality yet (pivot, offset, format are not yet supported).

More on this later.

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