Reports can be emailed or scheduled for recurring automated delivery to an email address. The Scheduler Settings are used to configure these services.
The User Settings give administrators choices about how to store and utilize users’ preferences, such as which Dashboards and/or Reports to execute when they enter Exago.
Roles control access to data and override the General Settings.
This article applies to the Admin Console > Storage Management settings.Assembly Location
The path and filename of the DLL that implements the IStorageManagement interface. The default value is <WebApp>binWebReports.ContentDatabase.dll, which will use Exago's Storage Management ...
Change the Other Settings for configuration items that do not fall into other categories. This article applies to the Admin Console > General > Other Settings.
The Programmable Object Settings enable you to specify names for parameters that will be passed from Exago to stored procedures, web services, or .NET Assemblies. Using these parameters can increase performance and reduce server resources when using these kinds of Data Objects.
Custom Aggregate Functions will be available in any formula editor in which the existing built-in aggregate functions are also available.
Custom Filter Functions provide the ability to make functions that will dynamically calculate a value for a filter using high level code.
Administrators may create additional custom functions using high level coding languages which will be accessible to end-users of the Report Designer.
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.
Custom Options allow for the definition of settings that users can modify on a per-report basis in the Report Designer. Options can be accessed during report execution by Server Events or Custom Functions.
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.
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.
Parameters are used throughout the Exago application to store values. Although parameters can be created and given a default value in the Administration Console, parameters are designed to be set at runtime through the API.
The Culture Settings give administrators control over formats and symbols that vary amongst geographic location.
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.
The Feature/UI settings allow administrators to hide various features in the user interface.
The Filter Settings provide control over what filter options are exposed to users and how the dropdowns within filters behave.
The main settings are the basic options for Exago, such as temporary file path and available report export file types. This article applies to the Admin Console > General > Main Settings.
The Exago Administration Console, or Admin Console for short, serves as a user interface to set up and save administrative preferences. Use the Admin Console to create and modify a base session configuration file.