Install the Self-Service Reporting Module
The Logi Self-Service Reporting Module (SSRM) is an add-on module that enables special elements in Logi Info and adds a complete, pre-built Logi application to your computer.
The following topics guide you through installing the Self-Service Reporting Module on a single computer under the Windows operating system:
We have a separate topic, Upgrade the Self-Service Reporting Module, that provides guidance for installing an upgrade. Information about which Logi Info and Self-Service Reporting Module versions we recommend using together is available in Release Pairings. For more information, see the Release Notes for each Logi Info version.
About the Self-Service Reporting Module
The special SSRM elements installed can be used with the Analysis Grid in your applications and make it easy for users to configure data queries at runtime, as described in The Analysis Grid for Developers.
The included application, InfoGo, uses the special SSRM elements and allows users to create and share visualizations, Dashboards, and reports at runtime. We've provided a guide for end-users, Use InfoGo. Developers can examine InfoGo for educational purposes and can also customize its branding and other features, if desired. InfoGo can be deployed to .NET and Java servers.
After the SSRM installer finishes, there are several things you need to do
to complete the installation. These are explained in
Configure InfoGo for Developers.
Please note these important restrictions on the use of the SSRM:
- Requires Logi Info v12 or later, 64-bit version (there is no 32-bit SSRM version available).
- Works with Chrome, Firefox, and other major browsers, but does not work with Internet Explorer 7 or 8.
The Active Query Builder and Metadata elements and InfoGo application installed with the SSRM only work with these database sources:
- Microsoft SQL Server 2005+
- Redshift (Amazon)
- Vertica (HP)
- ODBC- and JDBC-accessible databases that use the same SQL syntax as one of the databases listed above