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Oracle® Fusion Middleware Oracle Reports User's Guide to Building Reports
11g Release 1 (11.1.1)

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22 Building a Report with Conditional Highlighting

In this chapter, you will learn about reports that display highlighted values based on one or more conditions. By following the steps in this chapter, you can generate the report output shown in Figure 22-1.

Figure 22-1 Conditional highlighting report output

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Description of "Figure 22-1 Conditional highlighting report output"

Concepts

Data Relationships

This report uses one query to fetch all data.

Layout

This report uses a tabular layout style. To add conditional highlighting, you will use the Conditional Formatting dialog box to determine which names and salaries will be highlighted in the report output.

Example Scenario

In this example, you will create a report for managers that shows a complete list of employees in the company, but also highlights employee salaries that are greater than or equal to $10,000. You also need to indicate which employees' salaries are between $4,999 and $10,000. In this example, you will use conditional formatting to highlight these figures in bold and red text.

As you build this example report, you will:

To see a sample report that uses conditional highlighting, open the examples folder named condhigh, then open the Oracle Reports example report named condhigh.rdf. For details on how to open it, see "Accessing the Example Reports" in the Preface.