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Getting Started

Step 3: Install and Configure the Scheduler Service

Exago's Scheduler Service is used to regularly execute and deliver reports in an automated fashion. It can also be used to turn a machine into a "remote execution" engine to add additional execution resources to Exago. In Step 3 of the Getting Started Guide, we review installing and configuring this service.

Step 4: Administration Console and API

Understanding the Administration Console and API When configuring the Exago environment on a per-user basis, it is useful to use the Administration Console to create a "base" configuration from which individual user configurations are established through the API when Exago is launched. ...

Step 5: Extensions

Exago comes with a high degree of extensibility. For a quick overview of some of the ways an administrator can configure Exago to have custom functionality, see the article below: An Overview of Exago Extensions Following are some of the methods by which custom behavior can be added to ...

Where To Find Documentation, Support, and Training Resources

A variety of resources are available to both end-users, system administrators and developers for help, support and training. This article points out where this information can be found across our web sites.

Step 1: Install and Configure

Installation Exago was designed as a simple installation, aimed to be running as quick as possible with little configuration. The first step is in this process is to download and run the appropriate installer. If you are installing Exago as part of a web farm or you ...

Step 2: Integrate

Using the API With the basic setup of Exago complete, it's time to integrate Exago into your web application by using custom styling, and Exago's API through either .NET or REST. The basic flow is to create an Exago API object within your application code, modify parameters that ...

Considerations When Sizing an Exago System

A quad-core VM with 32GB RAM on a gigabit network running Windows 10 or Linux should support dozens of simultaneous users running average-sized reports. From this most generic specification, there are a number of considerations that should be reviewed in order to strategically expand hardware ...

Evaluating Exago – Linux

This article will serve as a home base for preparing your environment for an evaluation of Exago BI on a Linux server.

Evaluating Exago – Windows

Welcome to Exago! We're glad to have you here. This article will serve as a home base for preparing your environment for an evaluation of Exago BI. Exago's entire library of documentation is accessible through this Support Site. As the breadth of the product is wide, this article serves to ...

Exploring Exago Technology

Use this document to understand how the Exago platform works.

Building Your First Report

There are two report types well suited for building your first report: ExpressView and Advanced Reports. This tutorial provides a step-by-step guide to create a simple ExpressView and Advanced Report for beginners.