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Business Objects Web Intelligence Reporter Course - Hong Kong

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Course Information

Schedules
  • 5 Nov 2021 (Fri) 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • 17 Dec 2021 (Fri) 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Registration period
3 Sep 2021 (Fri) - 16 Dec 2021 (Thu)
Price
HKD 12,095
Course Level
Study Mode
Duration
1 Day(s)
Language
English
Location
-
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Course Overview

Who should attend this Business Intelligence Training Course?

This Web Intelligence Reporter course is suitable for designers who need to access and investigate collaborative information using InfoView and Web Intelligence.

Prerequisites

There are no prior requirements for this training course, so anyone can attend.

Business Objects Web Intelligence Reporter Course Overview

This Web Intelligence Reporter training course provides delegates with the relevant knowledge and abilities to query, access, analyse and share information using Business Objects. Delegates will learn how to create strong queries and present clear, coherent reports.

This Web Intelligence Reporter training course is delivered via instructors in a classroom ambience. Areas covered include Web Intelligence, the Java design view, the user interface, and working with documents. Also, delegates will acquire knowledge of queries, using functions, and generating formulas and variables.

On course completion, delegates will be able to effectively manage personal and shared files so that any data can be accessed at any time. They will also be able to produce their own reports using Business Objects. The duration of this Web Intelligence Reporter course is one day, and there are no exams.

What’s Included in this Business Intelligence Training Course?

  • The Knowledge Academy’s Business Objects Web Intelligence Reporter Manual
  • Experienced Instructor
  • Certificate on Completion
  • Refreshments

What You’ll Learn

Business Objects Web Intelligence Reporter Course Outline

Business Objects Web Intelligence Reporter explores the following topics:

The Web Intelligence Launch Pad:

  • Customising User Preferences
  • Folders and Categories
  • Opening Documents in the Reading View
  • Opening Documents in the Java Enabled Design View

Working in the Java Enabled Design View:

  • Documents
  • Reports
  • Blocks (Vertical Tables, Horizontal Tables, Cross Tables, Charts, and Forms)
  • Universes, Classes, and Objects
  • The Training Course Universe

The User Interface:

  • Toolbars and Menus
  • Help
  • The Data/Properties Panel
  • The Status Bar

Opening and Sharing Documents:

  • Opening, Saving, and Closing Documents
  • Retrieving Documents from Inbox and Public Folders
  • Sharing Documents with Others
  • Scheduling Documents to Run and Distribute Automatically

Modifying Reports and Analysing Data:

  • Editing Blocks to Manipulate Data
  • Adding Blocks to an Existing Report
  • Creating Sections in Reports
  • Adding and Formatting Breaks
  • Adding New Reports to a Document

Formatting Documents:

  • Borders and Shading
  • Adding Headers and Footers
  • Adding Pictures and Logos
  • Setting Cell, Table, Section, and Page Properties
  • Controlling Page Breaks in Printed Output
  • Special Fields

Creating and Editing Queries:

  • Understanding Queries
  • Editing Queries
  • Building and Running a New Query

Restricting Data with Query Filters:

  • Simple Query Filters
  • User DefinedSingle Value Query Filters
  • Pre-Defined Query Filters
  • Using Query Prompts

Using Functions:

  • Filtering Data
  • Sorting Data
  • Ranking Data
  • Grouping Data Values
  • Setting Conditions (Alerters)
  • Inserting Simple Calculations

Creating Formulas and Variables:

  • Adding a Formula to a Block
  • Understanding the Difference Between a Formula and a Variable
  • Defining a Formula as a Variable
  • The v_ Convention for Naming Variables


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