Describe when someone would need this information. For example "when connecting to wi-fi for the first time".
This guide will cover how to build out a report in a tabular layout.
On the Calendar Information step, you can configure which columns are shown on your calendar, and how they display. Labels are only displayed on events that span multiple days.
The chosen field must include a full link in order to function correctly
To show the view page of an application, the dataset would have to have a column that displays "here).name].rtvision.com/view.php?id=[appid]" for each record where "[appid]" is dynamically changed to be relevant to each record. This can be done usinf the Concatenate formula on the Formatting step of the dataset creation (view the guide
The Filters step allows you to filter out records from the dataset. This is helpful for when the dataset that is being used in the report contains very general data and the report needs to be more specific. You can create a filter on one of the columns by choosing a column from the listing of columns available in the dataset. Once you click on one of the column names, a filter builder will appear in the space below the listing of columns. A drop down next to the field name will allow you to choose from several different ways to filter the report based on the data type of the field you chose. Once you choose how to filter the field, you can type a value into the text box to filter on that value. Once the filter is built, you can click the green plus in the top left of the filter box to add the filter to the report. If you accidentally click the wrong field to filter on, you can click the broom icon in the top left to clear the selection. The filter step allows you to include multiple fields in a single filter as well.
The queries step allows you to add ways for the report to be filtered without having to edit the report. A query is set up by clicking the check box next to the column name and then choosing a query type from the drop down that appears. There are four types of queries available: Advanced Search, Generic Search, Select from Listing, and Select Multiple from Listing.You can select multiple columns to be able to be queried in the report.
Advanced Search: This option allows the user to make a more dynamic query on the report. The query options on the Advanced Search depends on the data type of the column. For example, if the column contains dates, the query will provide options to search for records on a specific date, between two dates, and before or after a specific date.
Generic Search: This option allows the user to query the report based on a value entered into a search box.
Select from Listing: This option provides the user with a drop down list of all of the unique values in that column. This option is not recommended for columns with numerous unique values such as dates or text box values.
Select Multiple from Listing: This option provides the user with a multiple selection list of all of the unique values in that column. This option is not recommended for columns with numerous unique values such as dates or text box values.
If a report has queries set up, the person running that report can use the queries by clicking on the icon with a magnifying glass on it on the reports page. If a report doesn't have queries set up, that icon will not be available on that report.
This step allows you to save and exit the report builder. Once the report creation has been finished, it will show in the list of reports.
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