Please note: The stacked bar micro chart does not support negative values.
Use the stacked bar micro chart if:
The chart is scaled relative to the maximum value. This means if a maximum value (maxValue) is set, then the width of the stacked chart represents the maximum value and each value within the chart is scaled relative to this maximum.
If the maximum value is not set, then the width of the chart represents 100% and each value is displayed as a relative percentage.
By setting a specific value for the precision, an application developer can influence rounding calculations by defining how many digits are displayed. By default this value is 1.
By default, the control displays percentage values on the bars. However, application developers can also set a display property to show absolute values, or to show only bars (by entering a blank space).
An application developer can set any color for the chart either by using names of semantic colors (for example, “red” for negative values or “green” for positive values), or by using names from the qualitative palette (sapUiChartPaletteQualitativeHue1…11).
Please note: A legend is currently not available for the stacked bar micro chart. Since the use of multiple colors is not self-explanatory, we highly recommend using semantic colors and an explanatory title for the chart.
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