Document Structure

This document contains the following information:

Introducing Interactive Reporting Web Client introduces Interactive Reporting Web Client software tools and provides an overview of how anyone can use Interactive Reporting Web Client to access and analyze database information.

Interactive Reporting Web Client Tutorial offers a tutorial on basic data analysis techniques and familiarizes you with the powerful capabilities and features of the Interactive Reporting Web Client application.

Basics provides an overview of the Interactive Reporting Web Client and describes fundamental features and functions.

Query explains how to use Interactive Reporting Web Client to connect to and query a relational database. It provides basic information about data models and the Hyperion System 9 BI +Interactive Reporting Client Repository, as well as how to build and process queries and subqueries.

Results explains how to work with the results sets obtained from your relational database query or data import. It includes how to enhance your results set, as well as how to export your results to different file formats.

Querying Multidimensional Databases explains how to use Interactive Reporting Web Client to connect to and query a multidimensional database. It details how to build, refine, and process OLAP queries and how to apply filters.

Tables explains how to use tables to organize your data.

Pivot Tables explains how to use pivot tables to quickly summarize or cross-tabulate large amounts of data.

Charting Data explains how to use the charting features to perform interactive analysis of your data in a graphic format

Report Designer explains how to use the Report Designer, a dynamic analytical report writer, to create free-form, presentation-quality reports.

Using Filters explains how to use filters to refine your data and restrict the data you do not need for more intelligent analysis.

Computed Items describes how to use calculations to compute new data items. Such calculations are important for supplementing the information already stored in the database

Applying Sorts discusses features that enable you to sort data in various Interactive Reporting sections, including sort lines, single sorts, and nested sorts.

Dashboards describes the Dashboard section and introduces the Interactive Reporting object model and JavaScripts, and object-oriented programming language. It also explains the structure of applications scripted in Interactive Reporting object model and details the objects, methods and properties in the object model.

Glossary contains a list of key terms and their definitions.

Index contains a list of Interactive Reporting Web Client terms and their page references.