BIRT Analytics

Visual Data Mining and Predictive Analytics for Business Users

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Report Studio

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Interactive Viewer

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Interactive Crosstabs

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My Files

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Actuate Information Objects

Who Should Attend?
Data Architects and Report Developers

Prerequisites:
ANSI SQL-92, familiarity with the Actuate product suite.

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Course Description

In this course, data architects learn how to use the Actuate Information Objects to create encapsulated SQL queries called information objects and how to configure database types. Students learn how business users and report developers use information objects to create queries in Actuate Query and Information Object Query Builder. Students learn how Actuate iServer system and volume administrators administer information objects.

Each student receives a comprehensive course manual, which functions as a workbook during the course and a detailed reference guide once the course completes.

Topics:

  • Introducing Actuate Information Objects
  • Creating information object projects, database connection definitions, and maps of database tables and views
  • Creating information objects with simple and ad hoc parameters
  • Using information objects in Actuate Query and Information Object Query Builder in Actuate e.Report Designer Professional and eSpreadsheet Designer
  • Publishing information objects to an Encyclopedia volume
  • Using the advanced features of Information Objects