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Creating Your First Report – Pentaho Reporting – Pentaho Wiki
Based on this data you will build a catalogue of products for the Steel-Wheels company. With the limited sample data available, the tutorjal only takes 3 pages to print.
To make sure that all your report elements print correctly, you must give them enough space. It is great for quickly printing values without cluttering your report with loads of functions.
You can now drag the right hand border of the element to the right to increase the width of the element. Creating Your First Report. Created by Thomas Tuhoriallast modified by Christian G.
Acquiring the Report Data The sample reports that ship with Pentaho Reporting use the “steel-wheels” dataset. The workspace is divided into several bands as shown in the following picture. Most data sources use named queries, which allow you to assign a symbolic name for each query.
To format a element, you must select the element either in the design view or in the structure tree.
Note that the bands in the Report Designer have a label on the left side tutoriall what this band is used for. Drag a label and a number field into the group-footer. A t tachments 41 Page History. The catalogue also needs a cover page and a back page with ordering informations. Click the version you want, then click Update to begin downloading.
On the left side of the Report Designer workspace is the Palette that lists the graphical elements of the report. On the right side of the workspace, the Structure panel allows you to see a hierarchical representation of the report. The following image represents a schematic report as it may appear on the page: You will see a blue outline with eight handles around the element.
If left empty, the aggregation will use the current group.
Group header are printed from the outer most group to the inner most group. Add pengaho space for each group by giving more space to the group header. Clear the selection by clicking outside of box of the selected elements. During the preparation phase, we decided to use a SQL database to read the tutorail from. You can change the font size and font styles like “bold” or “italics”.
You can now edit the label text by double clicking into the label. This picture shows the second page of the resulting report. Functions behave like fields from a data source. Features opening doors, superb detail and craftsmanship, working steering system, opening forward compartment, opening pentayo trunk with removable spare, 4 wheel independent spring suspension as well as factory baked enamel finish.
When the tutirial is larger, your readers will have a hard time navigating through the many pages. The remaining space is available for the actual report content. The style table in the below the structure tree on the right hand side of the window offers power users access to all existing style and attribute settings a element offers.
It is now time to preview the report. Powered by Atlassian Confluence 6. This dataset is a simplified sample dataset describing a model toy company. Keep in mind, however, that unsupported development releases may not have the full functionality and features available in General Availability releases. We can get all the data for this report from a single database table. The Report Designer displays a Welcome page at start up. In the lower portion of the workspace, the Messages panel displays useful information, hints, warnings, and errors that apply to your current report definition.