Desktop Intelligence™ is an integrated query, reporting and analysis solution that allows you to access the data in your corporate databases directly from your desktop and present and analyze this information in a Desktop Intelligence document.
This one-day instructor led classroom course is designed to give you the comprehensive skills needed to apply advanced reporting techniques in the creation of Desktop Intelligence documents.
After completing this course, you will be able to apply alternative query techniques in the creation of advanced Desktop Intelligence documents and reports.
You will also be able to apply character and date string functions, create user-defined objects, group data, and use calculation contexts to further develop your documents and reports.
Who Can Benefit
The target audience for this course is business users who need to generate effective reports using BusinessObjects™ Desktop Intelligence.
Prerequisite Education (To be successful, you must have attended the following offering or have the equivalent knowledge of:):
-BusinessObjects Desktop Intelligence XI R2: Report Design
Prerequisite Knowledge/Experience (To be successful, you must have working knowledge of:):
-Experience building Desktop Intelligence report
Alternative Query Techniques
-Defining Combined Query Types
-Using Combined Queries
-Creating a Query on a Query
Character and Date String Functions
-Understanding Character Strings
-Using the Replace Function
-Using the Right Function
-Using the SubString() Function
-Using the Pos() Function
-Concatenating Different Data Types
-Using Date Functions
-Creating User Objects
-Using a User Object in a Query
-Editing a User Object
-Deleting a User Object
-Storing a User Object
-Grouping Data Using "If… Then… Else…"
-Using If…Then…Else to Modify Calculations
-Understanding Calculation Contexts
-Using Forced Output Calculation Context
-Using Forced Input Calculation Context
-Identifying Input and Output Context
-Invoking a Secondary Y-axis
-Applying Multiple Styles on a Single Y-axis
Reporting from Other Data Sources
-Using XML as a data source
Desktop Intelligence: Advanced Report
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