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  • ExpressView: Managing Data

    You can exercise some fine grained control over the actual data that appears in the ExpressView. This article applies to versions of the application released prior to v2021.1
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  • Filters

    Filters narrow the scope of reports by restricting the data by specified criteria.
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  • CData Drivers

    Additional database connection types are available using ADO.NET drivers provided by CData Software Inc., in partnership with Exago Inc., to connect to database types not natively included in the application.
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  • REST - Data Joins

    Joins are the relationship data objects have to each other. Join information is accessible and editable via REST.
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  • Advanced Reports: Data Objects (v2021.1+)

    A data object is a container for reportable information from a source of data. When creating a new Advanced Report, data objects will be added to the report with the Add Data Objects dialog, which will appears when launched for the first time.
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  • Data Objects

    Data Objects are the tables, views, methods, stored procedures, functions and custom SQL made accessible from the Data Sources for reports. This article applies to the Admin Console > Data > Objects settings.
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  • Data Sources

    Data Sources establish the connection between Exago and a database or a web service. Although typically only one database is used, Exago can join data from different sources into a single report.
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  • Database Settings

    The Database Settings allow administrators to adjust how Exago interfaces with its Data Sources. Additional type-specific settings allow you to specify which driver to utilize when connecting to each data source.
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  • Advanced Reports: Joins

    Joins describe how the Data Objects on a report are related to each other. When two objects are joined, a field in the first object is associated with a field in the second object. Wherever a value in the first object's field matches a value in the second object's field, that value's rows from each object come together to form a composite row. The table produced by all the composite rows is the resulting data that appears on the report.
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  • Join Configuration

    Joins specify to Exago the relationship between Data Objects. This article applies to the Admin Console > Data > Joins settings, where joins are defined at the base-configuration level.
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  • Joins for Admins

    Nick Cortina reviews adding complex joins to the configuration and to specific reports. Examples included in this lab will have joins with inequalities, as well utilizing sub queries. Finally, Nick discusses the various mechanisms available to us to apply these joins.
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