|Oracle® Fusion Middleware User's Guide for Oracle Business Intelligence Discoverer Plus
11g Release 1 (11.1.1)
Part Number B40105-01
Use this dialog to specify the type of workbook you want to open. When opening a workbook, you need to know whether it is a workbook stored in the Discoverer database, or whether it is a scheduled workbook stored in the Discoverer database.
If you are not sure about the type of workbook to open, contact the Discoverer manager.
For more information, see:
What do you want to do?
Open an existing workbook
Use this option to open an existing workbook or scheduled workbook from the database. Use this option if you have saved a workbook previously in Discoverer, or if you have access to a workbook that another Discoverer user has saved.
Use this list to select a workbook to open from a list of previously opened workbooks (maximum of four).
Use this button to display the "Open Workbook from Database dialog", which enables you to select a workbook to open.
Create a new workbook
Use these fields to create a workbook in which you can store worksheets containing Discoverer data. Use these fields to choose what type of worksheet to create in the new workbook. You cannot create an empty workbook (a workbook that contains no worksheets). Use the following fields to choose a worksheet style for the first worksheet in the workbook, and specify the worksheet objects you want to display.
Use this check box to display a title area at the top of the worksheet (for more information, see "About worksheet titles and text").
Use this check box to display data grouped by the items in the Page Axis area (for more information, see "What are axis items?").
Use these options to select a worksheet style (for more information, see "About Discoverer worksheet types").
Use this check box to create a graph alongside the worksheet data.
Use this drop down list to specify where to place the graph initially in relation to the worksheet data. You can always move the graph at any time when editing the worksheet.
Use this check box to display a text area at the bottom of the worksheet (for more information, see "About worksheet titles and text").
Note: You can always change the worksheet style and objects to display at any time when working with the worksheet.