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A summary column performs a computation on another column's data. You can also create a summary column manually in the Data Model view, and use the Property Palette to create the following additional summaries: first, last, standard deviation, variance. Formula Column A formula column performs a user-defined computation on another column s data, including placeholder columns. You can set the value of a placeholder column in the following places: 1. The Before Report Trigger, if the placeholder is a report-level column 2.

A summary column performs a computation on another column's data. You can also create a summary column manually in the Data Model view, and use the Property Palette to create the following additional summaries: first, last, standard deviation, variance. Formula Column A formula column performs a user-defined computation on another column s data, including placeholder columns.

You can set the value of a placeholder column in the following places: 1. The Before Report Trigger, if the placeholder is a report-level column 2. A report-level formula column, if the placeholder is a report-level column 3. A formula in the placeholder's group or a group below it Cross Product The Cross Product Group property is the group that contains the source groups of the Horizontal and Vertical Repeating Frames.

The cross product group correlates values between one or more groups to produce the data in the matrix. Values Enter a valid cross product group name. Applies to matrices Default blank Data Link Data links relate the results of multiple queries.

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A data link or parent-child relationship causes the child query to be executed once for each instance of its parent group. Layout Model The Report Editor's Layout Model view enables you to define and modify the layout model objects for a report.

In this view, objects and their property settings are represented symbolically to highlight their types and relationships.

This is the view where you can design your Report Layout. Object Navigator The Object Navigator provides a hierarchical display of all major objects in a report or template, including attached libraries and external queries.

To create or modify a report trigger, use Report Triggers in the Object Navigator.

Report Builder has five global report triggers which are fired in the following sequence. Before Parameter Form trigger 2. After Parameter Form trigger 3. Before Report trigger 5. After Report trigger 1. If the Runtime Parameter Form is suppressed, this trigger still fires. Consequently, you can use this trigger for validation of command line parameters. From this trigger, you can access parameters and check their values. This trigger can also be used to change parameter values or, if an error occurs, return to the Runtime Parameter Form.

Columns from the data model are not accessible from this trigger.

Consequently, you can use this trigger for validation of command line parameters or other data. If the Form is suppressed, then returns to place from which you ran the report.

Before Report trigger The Before Report trigger fires before the report is executed but after queries is parsed and data is fetched. Between Pages trigger Between Pages trigger fires before each page of the report is formatted, except the very first page. This trigger can be used for customized page formatting.

In the Runtime Previewer or Live Previewer, this trigger only fires the first time that you go to a page. You can also create a summary column manually in the Data Model view, and use the Property Palette to create the following additional summaries: Formula Column A formula column performs a user-defined computation on another column s data, including placeholder columns.

You can set the value of a placeholder column in the following places: The Before Report Trigger, if the placeholder is a report-level column 2. A report-level formula column, if the placeholder is a report-level column 3. A formula in the placeholder's group or a group below it Cross Product The Cross Product Group property is the group that contains the source groups of the Horizontal and Vertical Repeating Frames.

The cross product group correlates values between one or more groups to produce the data in the matrix. Values Enter a valid cross product group name.

A data link or parent-child relationship causes the child query to be executed once for each instance of its parent group. Layout Model The Report Editor's Layout Model view enables you to define and modify the layout model objects for a report.

In this view, objects and their property settings are represented symbolically to highlight their types and relationships. This is the view where you can design your Report Layout.

Object Navigator The Object Navigator provides a hierarchical display of all major objects in a report or template, including attached libraries and external queries. To create or modify a report trigger, use Report Triggers in the Object Navigator. Report Builder has five global report triggers which are fired in the following sequence. Before Parameter Form trigger 2. After Parameter Form trigger 3. Before Report trigger 4.

Between Pages trigger 5. After Report trigger 1. If the Runtime Parameter Form is suppressed, this trigger still fires. Consequently, you can use this trigger for validation of command line parameters. From this trigger, you can access parameters and check their values. This trigger can also be used to change parameter values or, if an error occurs, return to the Runtime Parameter Form. Columns from the data model are not accessible from this trigger. Consequently, you can use this trigger for validation of command line parameters or other data.

If the Form is suppressed, then returns to place from which you ran the report. Before Report trigger The Before Report trigger fires before the report is executed but after queries is parsed and data is fetched. Between Pages trigger Between Pages trigger fires before each page of the report is formatted, except the very first page. This trigger can be used for customized page formatting. In the Runtime Previewer or Live Previewer, this trigger only fires the first time that you go to a page.

If you subsequently return to the page, the trigger does not fire again. The Between Pages trigger does not fire before the first page. After Report trigger The After Report trigger fires after you exit the Runtime Previewer, or after report output is sent to a specified destination, such as a file, a printer, or a mailid.

This trigger can be used to clean up any initial processing that was done, such as deleting tables. Note, however, that this trigger always fires, whether or not your report completed successfully. You can raise a message, though, to indicate that the report did not run correctly Note: The After-Report trigger does not fire when you are in the Live Previewer.

Frames are used to surround other objects and protect them from being overwritten or pushed by other objects. For example, a frame might be used to surround all objects owned by a group, to surround column headings, or to surround summaries. When you default the layout for a report, Report Builder creates frames around report objects as needed; you can also create a frame manually in the Layout Model view.

Repeating Frames Repeating frames surround all of the fields that are created for a group's columns. The repeating frame prints is fired once for each record of the group.

When you default the layout for a report, Report Builder creates repeating frames around fields as needed; you can also create a repeating frame manually in the Layout Model view. Text This allows to embed the text in the layout view. Field A field is the layout container for each column in the layout. A field is owned by the object surrounding it, typically a repeating frame, unless the field is a summary in which case it is owned by a frame.

Anchor Anchors are used to determine the vertical and horizontal positioning of a child object relative to its parent. The end of the anchor with a symbol on it is attached to the parent object You can select pre-defined system parameters for your form using the Parameter Form Builder, or you can create your own.

Stored program units also known as stored subprograms can be compiled separately and stored permanently in an Oracle database, ready to be executed. Once compiled and stored in the data dictionary, they are schema objects, which can be referenced by any number of applications connected to that database. Stored program units offer higher productivity, better performance, memory savings, application integrity, and tighter security.

For example, by designing applications around a library of stored procedures and functions, you can avoid redundant coding and increase your productivity. Stored program units are stored in parsed, compiled form.

Also, they take advantage of shared memory. So, only one copy of a program unit need be loaded into memory for execution by multiple users.

When an external library is attached, you can reference its packages, functions, and procedures from within your report. Report Customizations You can customize business intelligence reports by both content and layout.

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You also have the option to add columns, filter the data and sort the resulting information. For example, you can add another column for a running total, or insert grand totals and subtotals as you need them.

In layout, you can change column headings, report titles and the order of columns. You can also display the data in graphical form, such as bar graphs or pie charts. Customization is enhancement of new features to the Existing Report Content and Layout depending on the new requirement.

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Display a long listing ls -a: List by time most recent files first ls -S: List by size biggest files first ls -r: List with a reverse sort order ls -ltr: Long list with most recent files last. Displaying file contents. Displays contents of a file cat file1 file2: Concatenate and display file contents: Displays the contents of a file stopping at each page more file1 file2 Or less file1 file2: Display the contents of several files stopping at each page head file: Display the first 10 lines of a file tail file: Display the last 10 lines of a file.

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