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  • Advanced Reports: Using the Toolbar (pre-v2021.1)

    The toolbar contains the buttons and menus used to modify the report. Modifications can include aesthetic formatting, inserting formulas and images, linking reports, and much more. This article applies to versions released before v2021.1.
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  • Dashboard Viewer

    When you run a Dashboard, the output is shown in a new tab called the Dashboard Viewer. Reports and charts on the dashboard are interactive, as are any embedded web pages. This article applies to versions of the application released prior to v2019.2.
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  • Dashboard Viewer (v2019.2+)

    When a Dashboard is run, it is displayed in a new tab called the Dashboard Viewer. Reports, Visualizations and other Dashboard content appear in rectangular Tiles on the Canvas. Reports, Visualizations and Filter tiles are interactive, as are any embedded web pages. The tiles can be set to refresh periodically, or can be refreshed manually.
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  • WebReports.Api

    An Api object should be the first thing that is created to interact with the Exago .NET API.
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  • Report Designer (v2021.1+)

    The Report Designer is the main editor for Advanced and CrossTab Reports. A full suite of reporting and design tools with a spreadsheet-like interface is available.
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  • Advanced Reports: Report Options

    Use the Report Options dialog to define certain permissions and features of the report in the Designer and the Viewer, including allowed export types and pagination functions.
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  • Report Types

    There are five different report types available in the reporting application. Four are standalone types, and two are composite types which combine reports together.
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  • Advanced Reports: Sections (pre-v2021.1)

    The sections of an Advanced Report define the appearance and pattern of the report. Specifically, sections determine how frequently their cell contents are repeated. This article applies to versions of the application released prior to v2021.1.
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  • Advanced Reports: CrossTabs

    Use a CrossTab, or cross tabulation, for grouping and summarizing data fields that expands vertically and horizontally depending on the number of data groupings. CrossTabs are also known as two-way tables, contingency tables, or pivot tables.
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  • Advanced Reports: Design Grid (v2021.1+)

    The Design Grid is main interaction point of the Advanced Report Designer. Use the Design Grid to define the layout of the report by adding, altering and deleting rows, columns, and sections to it; and to define the content of the report by entering data fields, text, labels, formulas, images, charts, CrossTabs and maps to it.
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  • Dashboard Designer: Adding Reports

    Any Advanced Report, Express Report, ExpressView, and CrossTab Report can be added to a Dashboard. Existing filters and prompting parameters can be accessed and modified from the Dashboard Designer. This article applies to versions of the application released prior to v2019.2.
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  • Dashboard Designer: Existing Report Tiles (v2019.2+)

    Existing ExpressViews, Advanced Reports, or CrossTab Reports can be added to a Dashboard. Existing filters and parameters can be accessed and modified from the Dashboard Designer. Reports on Dashboards have most of the same interactivity as in the Report Viewer, with the exception of the interactive sorts/filters dock.
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