A page report is composed of one or more report tabs that are designed for the same purpose, or related purposes. Report developers can design, maintain, run and schedule these report tabs together or separately. Report tabs in the same page report can share the same parameters and dataset.
A page report tab is a report sheet in a page report. It is not only a passive document used only for reading or viewing but also a business document that contains the predefined data. It is a form that typically contains data from many unrelated records or transactions. Logi JReport report tabs are usually composed of different components, with each component serving different purposes.
A page report can also be edited to become a bursting report. Report bursting enables running a report once and distributing the report results to multiple recipients who each will receive a subset of the report results.
In Logi JReport Designer, the data resources that can be used to create page reports include business views, queries, stored procedures, imported SQLs, user defined data sources and hierarchical data sources. In Logi JReport Server, end users can create page reports using business views via Page Report Studio (for details, see the Page Report Studio chapter in the Logi JReport Server User's Guide). Page reports created in Page Report Studio can also be downloaded to Logi JReport Designer for editing.
The following topics discuss tasks associated with page reports:
- Creating a Page Report
- Creating Report Tabs in a Page Report
- Editing a Page Report
- Designing a Report Page
- Previewing a Page Report
- Managing Report Tabs in a Page Report
- Making High-efficiency Reports
- Saving a Page Report
- Opening a Page Report
- Designing a Bursting Report
- Configuring Page Reports for Specific Page Report Studio Features
- Page Report Manager