A database table, view or stored procedure, which can be selected for query inside a report.
data source category
A user-defined grouping of data sources with a custom name.
data source field
A field inside database table or view, or a stored procedure parameter, which can be selected for display, calculation or filter inside a report
A user-specified link from a system connection to a tenant connection, so that a global report based on the system connection can also run for the tenant using the mapped tenant connection.
A built-in type of report part that allows WYSIWYG editting in HTML.
One of the two installation packages. The front-end shows the user interface and draws report.
The Izenda database query engine, which leverages asynchronous querying in tandem with in memory query tree and map reduce technologies. This enables fast cross database querying and multi-step calculations. See Izenda Fusion.
A built-in type of report part that displays data using a speedometer.
A built-in type of report part that displays data in a tabular format
A programming interface (abstract type) that defines the extension APIs that allows customization code to hook in the report life cycle. See IAdHocExtension.
A built-in type of report part that displays data on geographic maps, ranging from world map to continent and country maps.
A performance option that instructs the database engine to return the current version of data immediately, instead of waiting for all pending transactions to complete. Check the possible consequences here before using this option.
Izenda license mode where the license key is validated using a token.
Izenda license mode where the license key is validated by connecting to a remote license server.
A short-expiry url uniquely created from the user information, which is used to open the password setup page.
query source category
A grouping of data sources in the physical database, which is usually called schema in most database vendors.
A report area that holds a specific bar chart, line chart, pie chart, map, data grid, etc.