Design, Publish, and Share RDL Reports in EQuIS – Nov 2017
TABLE of CONTENTS
3:36 RDL Workflow (6:55)
10:32 Select Source: EQuIS Professional Reports (2:05)
12:37 Create New RDL Report (1:48)
14:25 Save RDL Report: Open RDL Report Builder (4:12)
18:37 Open New RDL Report in EQuIS Professional (:39)
19:15 Run New RDL Report in EQuIS Professional (:35)
19:48 Add Content: Microsoft SQL Server Report Builder (8:41)
28:30 Add Secondary Dataset (8:56)
40:02 Questions and Answers (9 Questions)
40:02 Q1? Does this require a specific EQuIS license add-on to function?
40:19 Q2? When the report is saved to Pro, can it be in a folder?
41:50 Q3? If you can’t connect RDL to database, only to the report, what happens if your EQuIS report uses dynamic dates?
43:50 Q4? Could data from both tables be included in one chart?
44:14 Q5? What underlying EQuIS report types are compatible with RDL – just class reports?
44:48 Q6? Why didn’t you set inputs for the second report?
45:50 Q7? Can RDL be used to create a view that combines multiple tables of data into one table?
46:28 Q8? Are you able to show multiple tables in the RDL?
47:03 Q9? Is there a direct ‘Print’ option in the RDL widget?