You can import Management Reports in to Oracle Smart View for Office as ad hoc queries, on which you can then further perform available ad hoc operations. The ad hoc grids you create can be saved and used as embedded content in your report package doclets.
Before you begin, launch Smart View in Excel and log in to Oracle Enterprise Performance Reporting Cloud.
To import a Management Report in to Smart View as an ad hoc query:
- In Performance Reporting Home, select Library.
- Navigate to the EPRCS node, then the Library node, and then the Reports folder.
All management reports available on theOracle Enterprise Performance Reporting Cloud instance can be accessed from the Reports folder. Alternatively, if management reports are stored in a user-defined folder, you can navigate to that folder.
- Expand a Management Report to view the available grids, and then select a grid.
- In the Action Panel, click the Import as ad hoc query link.
Alternatively, right-click the grid and select Import as ad hoc query.
The Management Report grid is rendered as an ad hoc query in Smart View. The Performance Reporting Ad Hoc ribbon and POV toolbar are displayed.
Formatting that is displayed when the report is viewed in the Oracle Enterprise Performance Reporting Cloud web application is not available when the grid is imported in to Smart View.
Additionally, Management Report grid text and formula rows and columns are not imported into Excel; only data is imported.
- Perform ad hoc operations as required.
For example, you can:
Zoom in on members
If available, click the POV button in the data provider ad hoc ribbon to display or hide the POV toolbar
Pivot POV dimensions or members to the grid
Use Member Selection to change the grid point-of-view
See Performing Ad Hoc Analysis with Enterprise Performance Reporting Data for more information.
- Optional: To view properties for a management report or individual grid, select the management report or grid in the tree, and then, in the Action Panel, select Properties.
Alternatively, right-click a management report or grid and select Properties.
If you selected a management report, then the Report Properties dialog is displayed. You can view, among other details, the management report name, location, and description, and the report modification history.
If you selected a grid, then the Grid Properties dialog is displayed. You can view the grid name, alias table used, the row and column dimensions, and the POV dimensions.